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Wednesday, July 16, 2003
Nitish Kumar sticks to stand, stays away from work
Unanimity claimed and contested on Women's Bill
NEW DELHI, JULY 15. The claim was made today by the Bharatiya Janata Party spokesman, V.K. Malhotra, that a "near-consensus" had been reached at a meeting today on increasing the number of seats in the Lok Sabha and the State Assemblies ...
Noor safe after surgery, Babar not so lucky
BANGALORE, JULY 15. The prayers and sincere wishes have not been in vain little Noor from Pakistan is doing well now after a successful heart surgery today. The open-heart surgery, initially fixed for Wednesday morning at the Narayana ...
Monsoon session from Monday
NEW DELHI, JULY 15. The monsoon session of Parliament will start from July 21 and conclude on August 22. The month-long session will have 22 sittings, and see 35 new Bills being introduced. Some of the important legislative work includes the 94th ...
JAMMU, JULY 15. A MiG-21 trainer aircraft crashed in Budgam district of Kashmir, killing the pilot, Wing Cdr. R. Rastogi, and co-pilot, Flt. Lt. Ganesh, last night. A defence spokesman said the plane, on a routine sortie, crashed while attempting ...
'Centre buying time'
NEW DELHI, JULY 15. Women's groups have opposed the reservation of seats in Parliament and the State Assemblies based on "double-member constituencies" that emerged as a likely proposal at today's meeting on the Women's Reservation Bill, ...
Yaseen Malik arrested
JAMMU, JULY 15. The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief, Yaseen Malik, was today arrested by the CBI at the Jammu airport when he was about to board a plane for New Delhi. This morning, Mr. Malik appeared in the POTA court in ...
Rail tracks blown up
PATNA, JULY 15.Atleast three trains derailed in Bihar due to largescale damage to railway tracks and uprooting of signals and points by activists of the banned Maoist Communist Centre (MCC) as part of their Tirhut-Mithilanchal bandh today, ...
Revolver frames seized
GORAKHPUR, JULY 15. The Railway Protection Force seized 1,000 Russian revolver frames from the Kushinagar Express at the Gorakhpur railway station, RPF sources said today. The train had left Mumbai on July 11 and it reached Gorakhpur on Sunday ...
NEW DELHI, JULY 15. Less than a month after its disinvestment, Maruti Udyog, today effected a price hike across the board due to rising input cost. It has hiked the ex-showroom prices with the steepest rise of Rs. 1,926 on Maruti 800 while the ...
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