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Friday, August 15, 2003
Bansi Lal on the comeback trail?
CHANDIGARH, AUG. 14. Though Assembly elections in Haryana are due in 2005, the Haryana Vikas Party of the former Chief Minister, Bansi Lal, seems to be gearing itself up not only to revive the party which suffered a massive setback in the 2000 ...
`NCP emerging stronger'
INDORE, AUG. 14. Alleging that the people in Madhya Pradesh were "disgusted" with the policies of Congress and BJP, the newly appointed President of NCP in the State, Kalpana Parulekar, today claimed that her party was emerging as a strong ...
CAT quashes EC's order to suspend three collectors
JABALPUR, AUG. 14. In a significant verdict, the Central Administrative Tribunal here today quashed the Election Commission's order to suspend three district collectors in Madhya Pradesh for alleged irregularities in preparation of voters' list ...
'I will seek dissolution of Assembly'
MUMBAI, AUG. 14. The Maharashtra Minister, Suresh Jain, said today that he would seek dissolution of the Assembly if the Government "continued to dance to the tunes of the social activist Anna Hazare." The Chief Minister, Sushilkumar Shinde, ...
Presence of heavy metals in Cola sludge alleged
NEW DELHI, AUG. 14. With the Central Pollution Control Board taking a serious note of reports concerning detection of high levels of heavy metals in sludge waste, the soft drinks industry may be in for another round of questioning. Reacting to ...
Cholera cases on the rise
NEW DELHI, AUG. 14. More than 840 serious cases of cholera, including one death, have been registered by the civic body this year. While this is the first time since 1998 that a cholera death has been reported in the Capital, the number of ...
Campaign against supply of adulterated milk
NEW DELHI, AUG. 14. Alarmed over reports of massive inflow of synthetic milk into Delhi through clandestine methods from Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, the Delhi Government has decided to station "special squads'' led by SDMs at all entry points to ...
I-Day windfall for SCs
CHANDIGARH, AUG. 14.The Punjab Chief Minister, Amarinder Singh, today announced a major package for the Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes, which include 5 marla plots for at least 8000 homeless families and restoration of distribution of ...
State seals borders for I-Day
LUCKNOW, AUG. 14The Uttar Pradesh Police have sealed all inter-State and international borders on the eve of Independence Day as part of an elaborate security network to foil any plans by miscreants to create trouble during the celebrations. ...
Bandh on Aug. 17
RANCHI, AUG. 14The All Jharkhand Students Union (AJSU) and its political wing Jharkhand People's Party (JPP) jointly announced a state-wide bandh on August 17 in protest against holding of the State Public Service Commission examination scheduled ...
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