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Monday, June 30, 2003
Security tightened for rath yatra
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 29. Rattled by a couple of bomb blasts and seizure of arms during routine combing operations on the eve of the 126th Jagannath rath yatra on Tuesday, the Ahmedabad police are intensifying the security arrangements to ensure ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Army chief reviews security in Jammu
SANJUWAN (JAMMU), JUNE 29. The Chief of the Army Staff, N.C. Vij, today visited Jammu and held a high-level meeting with commanders on security at the Army installations. Earlier, he visited the Satwari military hospital where the personnel ...
Hurriyat on the verge of split?
SRINAGAR, JUNE 29. After nine years of its existence, the All-Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC) is on the verge of a split, with the Jamat-e-Islami ideologue and its former chairman, Syed Ali Geelani, patronising a group of dissidents within the ...
BSP to contest all seats in Assembly, LS polls
JABALPUR, JUNE 29.The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) today said it would contest all the 230 seats for the Madhya Pradesh Assembly and 547 seats for the Lok Sabha elections. ``The BSP will have no electoral alliance with any party. It will fight ...
Salman summoned to face trial in hit-and-run case
MUMBAI, JUNE 29.Nine months after actor Salman Khan rammed his vehicle into a shop killing one person and injuring four others, he would face the trial in a sessions court on July 2 with the examination of a key witness. Principal Judge A.J. ...
Video channels may stage comeback
NEW DELHI, JUNE 29.It could be back to the old, though not necessarily golden, days of cable television for couch potatoes. As the July 15 deadline for implementation of Conditional Access System (CAS) draws near, there seems to be at least one ...
Monsoon may not keep date with City
NEW DELHI, JUNE 29. There is some bad news from the Meteorological Department. The arrival of monsoon in the Capital has been delayed by three to four days due to a change in the "circulation pattern" over the northern plains. Scheduled to hit ...
CBI turns focus on mobile calls made by poetess
LUCKNOW, JUNE 29. The CBI team investigating the murder of poetess, Madhumita Shukla, today searched her house for evidence and turned the focus on frequent mobile calls she made to 11 VIPs during the two days preceding her killing. The CBI ...
Former Minister planning to move court
DEHRA DUN, JUNE 29.Peeved over the delay in ordering a CBI probe into the unwed mother episode, former Uttaranchal Revenue Minister, Harak Singh Rawat, who quit in the wake of the controversy, today said he was planning to move the High Court for ...
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