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Thursday, June 19, 2003
Decision soon on leadership change in Cong.
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 18.A decision on the demand for a change of leadership of the Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee will be taken by the party high command "within the next few days", the AICC secretary in-charge of Gujarat affairs, Vilasrao ...
Gujarat denies 'manipulation' of witnesses
GANDHINAGAR, JUNE 18.The Gujarat Government has asked the Home Secretary, Rajkumar, to inquire into the allegations of some pro-Government voluntary organisations "manipulating'' witnesses to appear before the G. T. Nanavati and K. G. Shah ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Govt. challenges court order on resident status for women
NEW DELHI, JUNE 18. Bowing to political pressure, the Jammu and Kashmir Government has filed a Special Leave Petition in the Supreme Court challenging the High Court judgment that allows women to retain their status of "Permanent Resident Status" ...
NRI brides face bleak future
NEW DELHI, JUNE 18.Palwinder Kaur has a chirpy two-year-old daughter her husband in Italy has never seen. Beaten up and thrown out by her in-laws for not bringing dowry, even the law seems to have abandoned her. Her story is not unusual. There ...
DTC staff eagerly wait for long-due salary
NEW DELHI, JUNE 18. At a time when their senior officers are about to meet their counterparts from Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation for discussing the nitty-gritty of the Lahore bus service, the employees of the Delhi Transport ...
Audit criticises laxity of NDMC's transport wing
NEW DELHI, JUNE 18. Laxity on part of its Transport Department has resulted in huge monetary losses to the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) besides affecting its work due to shortage of vehicles. For instance, take the case of auction of ...
Man found dead in theatre showing 'Bhoot'
NEW DELHI, JUNE 18. A middle-aged man was found dead in a theatre in south Delhi showing Ram Gopal Verma-directed horror movie Bhoot late on Monday night, police said today. The Deputy Commissioner of Police (South), Vivek Gogia, told ...
Dissension surfaces in Samajwadi Party
LUCKNOW, JUNE 18. The Samajwadi Party today felt the first tremors of dissension within its legislature wing with a party MLA, Masood Khan, openly criticising the party leadership for harming the interests of Muslims. He, however, praised the ...
Conspiracy to frame me: Minister
DEHRA DUN, JUNE 18. The Uttaranchal Revenue Minister, Harak Singh Rawat, resigned today accusing some MLAs and Ministers, besides the Chief Secretary, of conspiring to frame him in a sex scandal. Mr. Rawat told the Assembly that he was ...
Opposition leader's car attacked
DUMKA (JHARKHAND), JUNE 18. The Leader of the Opposition in the Jharkhand Assembly, Stephen Marandi, today escaped unhurt when his car was attacked allegedly by CPI (ML) activists, near Shikapur village in Dumka district, police said. The driver ...
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