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Tuesday, July 15, 2003
Flood situation grim
PATNA, JULY 14. The overall flood situation in Bihar remained grim today with swollen rivers wreaking havoc in the vast country-side following incessant rains in their catchment areas. Fresh villages were inundated as rain-fed Bagmati, Mahananda ...
Chautala to meet people at doorsteps
SONEPAT, JULY 14. Haryana Chief Minister Om Parkash Chautala has decided to adopt a novel way to meet the people at their doorsteps for redressing their grievances on the spot. Mr. Chautala, during this mass contact campaign will cover all the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Shabir Shah ready to join Hurriyat
JAMMU, JULY 14. A day after the new Hurriyat Conference chairman, Moulvi Abbas Ansari, invited the various separatist leaders to return to the conglomerate, the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party chief, Shabir Shah, today said that he was ...
First batch of Amarnath pilgrims returns
JAMMU, JULY 14.Over 10,000 pilgrims from all parts of the country have visited the Amarnath cave, situated in the Pir Panjal range, and the first batch of pilgrims has returned safely after darshan. Nearly 6000 ponies and 1100 dandies were ...
Suresh Jain steps up campaign against Hazare
MUMBAI, JULY 14. The Maharashtra Civil Supplies Minister, Suresh Jain, who has been termed corrupt by social activist Anna Hazare, has stepped up his campaign to `expose' the latter by threatening to file a public interest litigation if the State ...
Police Commissioner clears cops' appeals
NEW DELHI, JULY 14. For the first time in the past few years, almost all the appeals put up by the Delhi police's lower subordinates on disciplinary actions taken against them by their seniors, have been cleared by the Police Commissioner, Radhye ...
DU all set for a ragging-free welcome to freshers
NEW DELHI, JULY 14. While students who are to join Delhi University on July 16 as freshers are enthusiastically preparing themselves for the opening day, University officials are busy ensuring a ragging- free welcome to them. At a meeting ...
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