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Wednesday, April 14, 2004
Borbhuyan lone Muslim woman BJP candidate
DHUBRI (ASSAM), APRIL 13.She is ordinary looking and very humble and perhaps seems to be ignorant of the fact that she enjoys a rare tag-- being the only Muslim woman candidate of the BJP in this Lok Sabha election. She was last to be called ...
Congress plans Jogi's video cassettes to woo voters
MAHASAMUND, APRIL 13. With their leader seriously injured in a road accident, former Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Ajit Jogi's campaign managers are working on plans to make video cassettes of his message from his hospital bed in Mumbai to woo ...
`Lotus' all the way in CM's constituency
DONGARGAON (CHHATTISGARH), APRIL 13.It is `lotus' all the way in this remote Assembly constituency from where Chhattisgarh Chief Minister, Raman Singh, is almost certain to enter the portals of the state Assembly in the April 20 by-election. ...
Karia Munda seeks double hat-trick
KHUNTI (JHARKHAND), APRIL 13.Seeking a double hat-trick from the Khunti Lok Sabha constituency, Union Minister Karia Munda's poll battle is a straight contest with Sushila Kerketa of Congress, whom he has defeated thrice since 1996. Poll ...
Shoeshine boy aims for Lok Sabha
THANE (MAHARASHTRA), APRIL 13.After shining boots of millions of people with a brisk sleight of his hand, he is now all set to shine his own political fortunes. Meet the 31-year-old shoe shine man from Kalyan railway station, Ramsingh Ukhaji ...
Amitabh's mother in hospital
MUMBAI, APRIL 13. Teji Bachchan, mother of superstar Amitabh Bachchan, was today admitted to Leelavati Hospital in suburban Mumbai for a string of health related problems. "She has been brought to the hospital for investigations relating to ...
Rival groups lodge police complaints
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 13. The police today registered cases against two groups on the basis of complaints received from them yesterday at the Tirukanoor station in the Mannadipet Assembly constituency. No one was arrested so far. Sources said ...
Shiv Sena won't contest in Pondy
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 13. The Pondicherry State unit of the Shiv Sena has dropped its plan to contest the Lok Sabha poll here, according to its president, Ram Viswalingam. Addressing newsmen here today, he said it was earlier decided that the ...
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 13. There will be no power supply in the following areas for six hours from 8 a.m. on April 19 for maintenance work at the Kalapet sub-station. Kanagachettikulam, Periya Kalapet, Chinna Kalapet, Pillaichavady, Pondicherry ...
All women show in Udaipur
JAIPUR, APRIL 13.- The lake city of Udaipur witnesses the key battle of ballot between two women candidates of rivals Congress and BJP in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. State chief of BJP's Mahila Morcha, Kiran Maheshwari, takes on senior ...
Pak delegation to visit `Baal Mitra' villages
JAIPUR, APRIL 13. A 35-member delegation from Pakistan arrived here today to visit the Baal Ashram run by the Bachpan Bachao Andolan in Virat Nagar for rehabilitation of the rescued child labourers. The delegation members will interact with the ...
BJP rolls out `Vijay Rath'
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 13. The local unit of the BJP today presented a hi-tech "Vijay Rath" to the party candidate for the Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat, Satya Pal Jain. The party also launched the third phase of campaigning for the May 10 poll on the ...
SP sings a different tune in Rae Bareli
RAE BARELI, APRIL 13.Is the "foreign origin" of the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, an election issue for the Samajwadi Party? Yes and no. The SP leader and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, has publicly disapproved of the ...
Khanduri sees a BJP sweep in Uttaranchal
DEHRA DUN, APRIL 13. The Union Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party candidate for election to the Lok Sabha from Pauri, Maj. Gen. (Retd.) Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri, today described statements by certain Congress leaders that Pauri was up for a ...
Uttaranchal signs MoU with World Bank
NEW DELHI, APRIL 13. The Uttaranchal Government has reached an agreement with the World Bank where the latter would be investing Rs.100 crores in the Himalayan State in next five years in the field of technical education. The MoU was signed by ...
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