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Wednesday, November 10, 2004
Patil to submit report on Kashmir to Manmohan
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9. After his three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir, the Union Home Minister, Shivraj Patil, today held a series of meetings with his junior ministers and top officials to prepare a comprehensive report on his visit and submit it to ...
Adik left out of Maharashtra Cabinet
MUMBAI, NOV. 9.Prominent among those who could not find a place in the new Council of Ministers in Maharashtra today are the former Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee president, Govindrao Adik, and the former Minister, Kripashanker ...
Decline in infiltration across border cause for happiness
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9. It is not going to be put out in an official press statement, but the Government of India is quietly happy that infiltration from Pakistani-controlled territory into Jammu and Kashmir has come down. Officially, the ...
Corrective steps needed to boost growth rate, says Montek
KOLKATA, NOV. 9.Given the sluggish growth rates in the State Domestic Product of most States it was unlikely that the country would be able to meet the Tenth Plan's target of 8.2 per cent, the Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission, Montek ...
India repatriates 25 Pakistan nationals
CHANDIGARH, NOV. 9. In yet another goodwill gesture, the Indian Government today repatriated 25 Pakistan nationals who had been languishing in various jails for over a decade. The Pakistan nationals, including six persons nabbed in Jammu and ...
Need for cordial ties between unions, management stressed
CHENNAI, NOV. 9.The need for cordial relations between managements and unions was stressed by N. Ram, Editor-in-Chief, The Hindu , at the 48th anniversary of the Hindu Office and National Press Employees' Union here this ...
Anticipatory bail sought
MUMBAI, NOV. 9.
Miffed after being sniffed at
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9. Journalists today walked out of a press conference to be addressed by the Chief of the Army Staff, N.C. Vij, following the "rude and threatening behaviour" by an Army officer. A large number of reporters, camerapersons and ...
Court extends order
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9.The Delhi High Court today extended till December 14 the provisional order allowing former cricket captain Ajay Jadeja to continue playing domestic cricket. ...
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