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Wednesday, July 28, 2004
Congress, CPI(M) condemn BJP's boycott decision
NEW DELHI, JULY 27. The Congress and the Communist Party of India (Marxist) today joined issue with the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Opposition for its decision to boycott all parliamentary committees. The Congress termed the move as "misplaced ...
`Unheard of, uncalled for'
NEW DELHI. JULY 27. The National Democratic Alliance's decision to boycott the parliamentary committees has been described by most parties in the ruling alliance as both "unheard of and uncalled for." The NDA's move has also stymied a process ...
Toward better economic ties with neighbours
NEW DELHI, JULY 27. In what will be his first visit overseas as Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh leaves New Delhi on Thursday for Bangkok to attend a summit that seeks to promote better economic cooperation among seven countries on the Bay of ...
Transfer of schemes next year, says Chidambaram
NEW DELHI, JULY 27. Transfer of the Central Government-sponsored schemes to the States is likely to take place next year as the Planning Commission would have to undertake a detailed analysis of the numerous schemes. Besides, the Union Finance ...
Commission rejects Gujarat Government's plea
AHMEDABAD, JULY 27. The inquiry commission probing into the Godhra train carnage and the subsequent communal riots in Gujarat today rejected the State Government's plea for an adjournment of proceedings in the light of a fresh notification ...
NCP too calls for coordination panel
New Delhi. JULY 27. The Nationalist Congress Party today lent its voice to the demand of the Left parties for a coordination committee to facilitate the smooth functioning of the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance Government at the Centre. ...
`Peace process on track in Jammu and Kashmir '
NEW DELHI, JULY 27. Maintaining that the peace process in Jammu and Kashmir was on track, the Union Home Ministry today reiterated that steps were being taken to decide on a fresh date for talks at the Home Minister's level in early August in ...
Uneasy calm in Veraval
AHMEDABAD, JULY 27.An uneasy calm prevailed in riot-hit Veraval town in Junagadh district of Saurashtra region of Gujarat today even as the toll in yesterday's violence rose to three. A youth admitted in the Rajkot hospital with stab injuries ...
`India should tap dairy markets in Pakistan, Sri Lanka'
CHENNAI, JULY 27. India should capitalise on its strategic location to capture the dairy markets of neighbouring countries such as Pakistan and Sri Lanka, according to the chairman of the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation, Verghese ...
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