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Jammu & Kashmir
J&K to use cranes to stop flow of timber to Pak.
SRINAGAR, NOV. 22. To check the flow of timber worth several millions of rupees to Pakistan, the Jammu and Kashmir Government has decided to collect them from rivers through cranes dispensing with labour. Logs from Doda district and the hilly ...
Mumbai workers in despair
MUMBAI, NOV. 22.Pramila Gavkar's husband, 42 year-old Udhav, walked out of their home on the morning of October 5, 1999 after borrowing one rupee from her. He never came back. His body washed up on the beach and she found out five days later. ...
A veteran-newcomer fight at Gole Market
NEW DELHI, NOV. 22. Riding a popularity wave and a general "feel good'' factor, Sheila Dikshit has become the first full term serving Delhi Chief Minister to seek re-election for a second successive term. The star campaigner of the Congress ...
Cong., BJP expel rebels
JAIPUR, NOV. 22. Both the ruling Congress and the main Opposition, the BJP in Rajasthan have finally wielded the axe against the scores of rebels from their parties who are staying put in the fray even after attempts at reconciliation. The ...
Jogi puts Congress ahead
DURG, NOV. 22. At a time when political parties find it difficult to overcome the anti-incumbency factor, the Congress led by Ajit Jogi, seems to be all set to return to power in Chhattisgarh. In a little over three years after Mr. Jogi took ...
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