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Wednesday, January 21, 2004
A day of meetings and strategy sessions
NEW DELHI, JAN. 20.The Bharatiya Janata Party decided today that by February-end, the "first phase" of its campaign for the Lok Sabha elections must be completed and a detailed State-by-State review should be carried out through "core committee ...
`North-East should become economic bridge to South-East Asia'
NEW DELHI, JAN. 20.Reiterating the Central Government's determination to attend to the development needs of the North-East, the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today asked the eight States in the region to demonstrate the will to usher in ...
Advani reiterates need for simultaneous polls
BHOPAL, JAN. 20. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today reiterated the need to synchronise the parliamentary and Assembly elections as was the case between 1952 and 1971 when the former Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, had dissolved the Lok ...
POTA panel's verdict on January 23
NEW DELHI, JAN. 20. The Central Review Committee on Prevention of Terrorism Act, headed by Justice A.B. Saharya, will give its verdict on January 23 on the preliminary objections raised by Tamil Nadu on the committee's jurisdiction to go into the ...
Passport-visa system mooted for Srinagar-Muzaffarabad bus service
NEW DELHI, JAN. 20.India favours the use of the passport-visa system for passengers using the proposed Srinagar-Muzaffarabad bus service, senior Government officials told this correspondent today. "This is the only way passengers between India ...
India, Russia to jointly develop military hardware
NEW DELHI, JAN. 20.India and Russia will explore ways to take the buyer-seller relationship between the two countries to a higher plane that will include joint research and development of military hardware. Speaking at a joint press ...
Nuclear Power Corporation may reduce tariff to SEBs
MUMBAI, JAN. 20. The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited may soon announce reduction in the tariff for the power sold to the State Electricity Boards. The NPCIL operates 14 nuclear power stations in the country and has projects under ...
Winnie Mandela visits Judge
MUMBAI, JAN. 20.The South African High Court Judge, Sirajuddin Desai, was in a police lock-up here on charges of rape when four leading personalities from his country, including Winnie Mandela, faced the media outside the same police station ...
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