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Wednesday, July 16, 2003
Nitish supporters plan showdown
PATNA, JULY 15. Part of the battle within the Samata Party is shifting from Delhi to Patna, the epicentre of the party, tomorrow. With the Railway Minister, Nitish Kumar, having little or no say in the Parliamentary Party or in the organisation ...
Police officers transferred
CHANDIGARH, JULY. 15. The Haryana Government today issued transfer and posting orders for eight Deputy Superintendents of Police with immediate effect. Udey Shanker, DSP, AEC, has been posted as DSP, Ambala Cantonment, against a newly-created ...
Bhajan Lal's show leaves many unhappy
CHANDIGARH, JULY 15. Discontent seems to be mounting in the faction-ridden Haryana unit of the Congress over `lacklustre' performance of the PCC president and former Chief Minister, Bhajan Lal, who completes one year as the State party chief on ...
HPSC date extended
CHANDIGARH, JULY. 15. The Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) has extended the last date for submission of applications for HCS (Executive Branch) and other allied services main examination 2003 to July 30. A spokesman of the Commission ...
Tribal museum to be enriched
BHOPAL, JULY 15.With a view to reflect the changes in tribal culture, the five-decade old tribal museum at Chhindwara would be enriched, museum sources said. The museum has been enlightening research scholars, visitors and students on various ...
YC leaders 'armed' to face polls
BHOPAL, JULY 15. A three-day training programme of the Madhya Pradesh Youth Congress began here on Monday with both the national president, Randeep Singh Surjewala, and the State unit chief, Meenakshi Natrajan, emphasising the need for ...
Call for ban on waste burning
NEW DELHI, JULY 15. The Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA) has on the occasion of Global Day of Action (GDA) called for a worldwide ban on burn technologies. The day was marked by the global release of a report, "Waste ...
Putting a human face on TB
NEW DELHI, JULY 15. Putting a human face on the tuberculosis (TB) epidemic and the deadly interaction between TB and HIV/AIDS, the new World Health Organisation (WHO) report released here today is a collection of a series of pictures of people ...
'Centre keen on developing Orissa's backward regions'
BHUBANESWAR, JULY 15.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, has said that the Centre is committed to the development of the backward Kalahandi-Bolangir-Koraput (KBK) region. He was addressing a public meeting after laying the foundation for ...
'Quota for poor' stir to gain momentum
JAIPUR, JULY 15. The Social Justice Front (SJF), spearheading an agitation in Rajasthan seeking change in the reservation pattern for the Backwards, today served an ultimatum on the Congress and the BJP to provide a definite answer to the issue ...
Gehlot's bitter pill for officials
JAIPUR, JULY 15.Some of the Government functionaries in Rajasthan realised in a bitter way the other day what the newly-launched Mahatma Gandhi Public Libraries meant for the Ashok Gehlot Government. Finding some such libraries along the ...
Opposition sniff a chance to humble U.P. Govt.
LUCKNOW, JULY 15.Though the opposition in Uttar Pradesh still stands in a shambles, it is expected to get at least one opportunity next month to frustrate the Mayawati Government. Announcement of the poll schedule for by-elections to the lone ...
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