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Wednesday, December 03, 2003
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RJD, BJP retain seats in byelections
PATNA, DEC. 2. The ruling Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has retained two Assembly seats, while the BJP retained the third, the byelections for which were held on November 20. The RJD won both the reserved seats of Fatuha and Barachatti defeating ...
Patna police claim Telgi had Bihar links
PATNA, DEC. 2. The Patna police claim to have established that the prime accused in the multi-billion fake stamp paper scam, Abdul Karim Telgi, had links in Bihar and that he operated one of his nine printing machines in the State capital not too ...
Bail for Godhra carnage accused
AHMEDABAD, DEC. 2. The special court to try cases under the Prevention of Terrorism Act today granted bail to one of the accused in the Godhra train carnage because of "weak evidence'' against him after he spent more than 18 months behind bars. ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Cell phone signals from across the border cause concern
PLOURA (JAMMU), DEC. 2.In a disturbing trend, the signals of the Pakistan cellular service providers, which were earlier picked up on mobile phones near the border areas, are now being picked up even inside and near the top security installations ...
Gulmarg gears up for winter fun
GULMARG, DEC. 2.Encouraged by the increase in the number of tourists visiting the Kashmir Valley, the State Government is organising a series of events to showcase Gulmarg. The State Tourism Department is offering special packages, such as ...
Sheila completes full term in office
NEW DELHI, DEC. 2. Already gearing up for another possible term, the Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, will complete five years in office on Wednesday and in the process become the first chief minister to complete a full term. "It has been ...
Record turnout leaves parties wondering
SP deals blow to BSP in byelections
LUCKNOW, DEC. 2. The Bahujan Samaj Party today suffered a setback as the Samajwadi Party wrested both seats in the Uttar Pradesh State Assembly for which byelections was held. Dilip Kumar Verma, was declared elected from the Mahasi ...
No-trust move against Government
KOLKATA, DEC. 2. The Speaker of the West Bengal Assembly, H. A. Halim, today admitted a no-confidence motion moved jointly by the Trinamool Congress and the Congress against the Left Front Government. The motion will be taken up for discussion ...
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