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'NCM should ensure that Govt. behaves'
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 7. Representatives of minority institutions in Gujarat today urged the National Commission for Minorities to take steps to ensure that the BJP Government in the State "behaved". They said that ever since the party came to ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Misappropriation: Farooq, officials face vigilance probe
SRINAGAR, JUNE 7. The Jammu and Kashmir coalition Government led by the Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, has started tightening its noose around functionaries of the former government, including the former Chief Minister, Farooq Abdullah, ...
Court verdict on detenus will be honoured: Sayeed
SRINAGAR JUNE 7. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, today said that court orders in respect of detenus would be implemented in "letter and siprit" and that those freed by the courts would not be re-arrested unless found ...
BJP chargesheet getting ready
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7. The BJP is working overtime to bring out a `chargesheet' against the Digvijay Singh Government in Madhya Pradesh well in time for the coming Assembly elections in the State. The `chargesheet' is slated to be released next ...
More takers for employment guarantee scheme
MUMBAI, JUNE 7. Given the drought and poor availability of work on farms this year, attendance at the 12,652 worksites of the Employment Guarantee Scheme across Maharashtra shot up to 7.5 lakh persons a week ago, which is several times higher ...
Emergence of Third Front gives jitters to Cong.
Martyrdom for Bhindranwale will have major political impact
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 7. The decision of the Akal Takht and the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) in conferring martyrdom on the firebrand militant leader, Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, will have a major impact on today's ...
Gehlot seeks Rs. 768.20 cr. for farm subsidy
JAIPUR, JUNE 7. The Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, has urged the Centre to allocate Rs. 768.20 crores as the agricultural input subsidy to be paid to 26.68 lakh farmers and a huge number of small and marginal farmers in the State, while ...
Chautala's offer to Rajasthan
JAIPUR, JUNE 7. After threats of making a Gujarat out of Rajasthan, there is now a promise to make a Haryana out of the State going to the polls some time in November this year. The offer came from the Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash ...
Opposition leaders meeting today to review situation
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7. The Samajwadi Party president, Mulayam Singh Yadav, its general secretary, Amar Singh, the Rashtriya Lok Dal Chief, Ajit Singh, the Rashtriya Kranti Party leader, Kalyan Singh, and a representative of the Congress will meet ...
Panja waiting for Cong. invitation
KOLKATA, JUNE 7.The suspended Trinamool Congress leader, Ajit Panja, today reiterated his willingness to join the Congress provided he received a `direct invitation' from the party, but said he would take the decision only after reading the pulse ...
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