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Samastipur still tense
PATNA, JAN. 1. Samastipur continued to be tense following the violence over the removal of a Shiva Lingam from a burial ground in Ratwara village under Kalyanpur police station and the subsequent police firing in which three persons were injured ...
Rabri is 50
PATNA, JAN. 1.The Bihar Chief Minister, Rabri Devi, today celebrated her 50th birthday quietly. A group of litterateurs, artistes and educationists, under the banner of the Dastak Sahitya Parishad, visited the residence of the Chief Minister ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Mufti asks militants to lay down arms
SRINAGAR, JAN. 1. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, today urged militants to lay down arms and support the peace process in the larger interest of the people of the State. He said a conducive atmosphere prevailed and ...
Thackeray not averse to NCP joining NDA
MUMBAI, JAN. 1. By saying that the Shiv Sena was not averse to having the Nationalist Congress Party in the National Democratic Alliance, its leader, Bal Thackeray, has sought to create confusion between the ruling parties in Maharashtra ...
Corruption delaying major developmental projects
Legal service clinics to settle disputes
JAIPUR, JAN. 1.The Rajasthan State Legal Service Authority will observe 2004 as the year dedicated to the "legal service clinics'' and establish 181 such clinics at the taluka level. These clinics will help settle disputes outside the courts and ...
Cold claims 22 more lives
LUCKNOW, JAN. 1Intense cold wave conditions continued to prevail in most parts of Uttar Pradesh claiming 22 more lives since Wednesday taking the toll this winter to 146, official sources said today. Chilly conditions in the plains with ...
BJP to highlight `failures'
LUCKNOW, JAN. 1.The Bharatiya Janata Party has decided to play the role of an aggressive opposition, indicating a shift in its political strategy in Uttar Pradesh. The State BJP leadership here has directed all district committees to send ...
`A Congress-Left alliance will benefit Trinamool'
KOLKATA, JAN. 1.The current exercise to stitch up a Communists-Congress alliance at the national level may help Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress to stem a possible fragmentation and stop many of its functionaries from crossing over to the ...
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