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Wednesday, October 15, 2003
Spurt in blinding incidents in Bihar
PATNA, OCT. 14.There has been a marked spurt in incidents of blinding of alleged criminals in Bihar in recent days. The barbarity has spread to neighbouring Jharkhand, where a policeman himself committed this gory act. A policeman in Ranchi, ...
Woman killed in police firing in Gujarat
AHMEDABAD, OCT. 14. A woman was killed and three were injured when police opened fire to quell violence that broke out during an attempt to arrest an escaped convict in Bhorwad area under the Vadi police station in Vadodara city today. A ...
Another batch leaves for Ayodhya
AHMEDABAD, OCT. 14. Another batch of Trishul-wielding Vishwa Hindu Parishad activists from Gujarat left today by the Sabarmati Express for Ayodhya to participate in the October 17 programme there. According to the VHP State general secretary, ...
BJP, Akalis yet to decide on seats
NEW DELHI, OCT. 14.Though the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Akali Dal have decided to jointly contest the Delhi Assembly elections on December 1, they are yet to reach an agreement on seat-sharing. In another interesting move, the BJP leader, ...
Dengue scare takes its toll
NEW DELHI, OCT. 14.The rising incidence of dengue in the Capital and satellite townships has created a scare not only among residents of various areas here but also among people in other parts of the country. As many as 37 dengue cases were ...
`It was ULFA's notice'
GUWAHATI, OCT. 14.
Bengal Govt. proposes restrictions on rallies
KOLKATA, OCT. 14. The West Bengal Government is giving a final shape to a set of proposals restricting the holding of public meetings and taking out processions in Kolkata. The proposals will be incorporated in a paperbook to be submitted to the ...
Left outfits to scale down protests
KOLKATA, OCT. 14. West Bengal's ruling Leftists today decided to scale down protests in the backdrop of the Kolkata High Court staying Justice Amitava Lala's order restricting rallies in the city on weekdays. However, the Front partners who ...
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