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Thursday, September 30, 2004
Congress walkout in Haryana House
CHANDIGARH, SEPT.29. The Congress members staged a walkout in the Haryana Assembly today protesting the ruling of the Speaker, Satbir Singh Kadian, not to allow them raise the Sutlej-Yamuna Link Canal issue. The House also witnessed sharp ...
Farmers' loans to be waived
More funds to better power system
Threat to intensify struggle for land rights
BHOPAL, SEPT. 29. The Gandhian activist and Ekta Parishad leader, P.V. Rajgopal, today announced that their struggle for land and rights of the indigenous people would be intensified. He issued an ultimatum to the Madhya Pradesh Government saying ...
South Orissa bandh peaceful
BHUBANESWAR, SEPT. 29.The day-long south Orissa bandh, called by the People's War, passed off peacefully today. The bandh evoked a mixed response as shops and business establishments remained closed in a few pockets, and life remained normal ...
College fees reimbursement scheme announced
PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 29. The Pondicherry administration has decided to reimburse 60 per cent of the fees for students from poor and lower middle-class families in unaided private professional colleges. ...
Yanam MLA to meet President on statehood
PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 29. The legislator from Yanam, Malladi Krishna Rao (Ind), is heading a 30-member delegation to New Delhi tomorrow to meet the President and the Home Minister to demand a region-wise referendum before deciding statehood for ...
Experts hail job guarantee law; but doubts persist
UPA government most arrogant: Mulayam
HARDOI, SEPT. 29. The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, today alleged that since independence, the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) has been the most "high-handed and arrogant" government at the Centre. "This is the first ...
Mulayam's NSG cover to stay: Centre
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 29.The Centre today clarified that there was no proposal to withdraw the NSG cover to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav. A communique in this regard had been received by the State Government from the Union Home ...
Mamata keeps off meeting called by Buddhadeb
KOLKATA, SEPT. 29. The Trinamool Congress MP, Mamata Banerjee, today boycotted a meeting of parliamentarians from West Bengal convened by the Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, to facilitate speedier clearance of development projects for ...
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