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Wednesday, October 29, 2003
Maharashtra Cong. Ministers threaten to resign on cotton price issue
MUMBAI, OCT. 28. Some Congress Ministers and legislators, hailing from the cotton growing Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, have threatened to resign if the price to be paid for the cotton to the farmers under a non-existent monopoly procurement ...
Cong. panel screens candidates
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28.After having clipped the wings of the Pradesh Election Committee (PEC) in Delhi, the party's Screening Committee headed by Motilal Vora today held its first interactive session with senior Delhi Congress leaders at Himachal ...
BJP to launch dengue drive
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28.In another attempt to showcase that it had something positive to offer, the Delhi unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party today announced that it would launch a "Dengue Bhagao -- Delhi Bachao'' drive from October 30, in which all ...
Presence of posters irks CEO
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28.The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) in Delhi, Arun Goyal, today took strong exception to the continued presence of hoardings, posters and banners in the Capital, even after the Election Commission of India has issued a direction ...
Trinamool to boycott meet on rallies
KOLKATA, OCT. 28. The Trinamool Congress will boycott tomorrow's all-party meeting convened by the Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee Government for evolving a political consensus to regulate rallies and processions in the city. Announcing this from a ...
Sexual morality to be part of Bengal school curriculam
KOLKATA, OCT. 28. For the first time in West Bengal's schools sex as a subject will no longer be taboo. Without compromising on traditional cultural and social mores students will now be exposed to lessons in gender relations both the ...
West Bengal Finance Minister bereaved
KOLKATA, OCT. 28. Veteran Communist leader, educationist and social worker Mrinalini Dasgupta died at SSKM Hospital here today. She was 83. She is survived by two sons the West Bengal Finance Minister, Asim Dasgupta, and Prof Atish ...
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