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Tuesday, November 04, 2003
Arunachal beckons tourists
TAWANG (ARUNACHAL PRADESH), NOV. 3. The Arunachal Pradesh Government is trying its best to boost tourism in this easternmost State bordering Tibet. Here, Nature has been bountiful. From snow-clad mountains to breathtaking waterfalls, natural ...
Plan to improve potable water availability
CHANDIGARH, NOV. 3. The Haryana Government has formulated a Rs.423-crore scheme to improve the availability of drinking water in Mewat area, the Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, announced while addressing a public meeting after inaugurating a ...
Bhajan dithers, Congmen restive
CHANDIGARH, NOV. 3. Resentment is brewing among Congressmen in Haryana over "inaction'' by the former Chief Minister and State Congress chief, Bhajan Lal, in convening a meeting of the party to chalk out the course of action to secure release of ...
CM for crackdown on graft
SHIMLA, NOV. 3.The Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh, has sought the people's cooperation to eradicate corruption and bring the culprits to the notice of the government so that the guilty are dealt with accordingly. Speaking ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Varsity campus to have modern facilities
KATRA (J-K), NOV 3.To bring academic facilities of international standard to Jammu and Kashmir, Mata Vaishnov Devi (MVD) university will be equipped with state-of-art information technology infrastructure in an eco-friendly environment with an ...
Mixed response to Jammu bandh
JAMMU, NOV 3. As many as 200 activists of BJP, its students wing ABVP and other parties were today arrested for violating prohibitory orders. The bandh, coinciding with the re-opening of the secretariat here as part of the bi-annual darbar ...
Candidate with `zero' election expenses
BHOPAL, NOV 3.Amid a strict vigil by the Election Commission on expenses for campaigning, a prospective candidate in Madhya Pradesh has claimed of fighting the battle of votes with almost zero expenses. Sitting BJP MLA from Indore four seat, ...
A royal visitor for the `dabbawallahs'
MUMBAI, NOV. 3. Besides the Captains of the Navy and industry and stars of the Bollywood, Prince Charles will also have a brush with the lunch-box carriers or (`dabbawallahs') in Mumbai in his two days stay here beginning tomorrow. In Mumbai, ...
46 more dengue cases
NEW DELHI, NOV. 3.The Municipal Corporation of Delhi today claimed that only 15 patients suffering from dreaded dengue fever were being treated in various Government and private hospitals now. At the same time, it notified 46 more dengue ...
40,000 security men to be deployed for poll duty
Schoolgirl death issue disrupts House again
BHUBANESWAR, NOV. 3. Pandemonium prevailed in the Orissa Assembly for the second day today with the Opposition members sticking to their demand for a CBI probe into the alleged rape and murder of a Class VI student of a local school by her ...
Police transfers kick up dust in Punjab
CHANDIGARH, NOV. 3. A controversy has arisen here over recent orders by the Punjab Police chief, A.A. Siddiqui, transferring about two dozen Deputy Superintendents of Police (DSP). Mr. Siddiqui has been accused of having ordered the transfers ...
Traffic blocked over failure to control dengue
LUCKNOW, NOV 3.The Bharatiya Janata Party supporters today paralysed the vehicular traffic in the Uttar Pradesh capital to protest the failure of the Mulayam Singh Yadav Government in the state to control the spread of dengue. About 1,000 BJP ...
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