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Monday, January 17, 2005
Orchestrated campaign to weaken case: Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI, JAN. 16. The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, today said a "concerted, orchestrated campaign" in support of the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswathi, was underway as part of efforts to "weaken" the Sankararaman murder ...
Congress seeks adjustments with JMM
NEW DELHI, JAN.16. Leaders of the Congress and the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha today discussed the possibility of an adjustment of seats allocated to each other, with the former having put forward a claim on a few constituencies that went the JMM way ...
Reliance, GAIL to get subsidy for household sale of LPG
NEW DELHI, JAN. 16. The Government is likely to give subsidy to the private sector Reliance Industries Ltd and the gas firm, GAIL (India) Ltd, for sale of LPG to domestic households. The Government is allowing Reliance, which operates the ...
Call to regenerate natural barriers for tackling tsunami
GUWAHATI, JAN. 16. The internationally renowned conservationist and nature film-maker, Mike Pandey, has said that regeneration of lost natural barriers such as mangroves and coral reefs along the coast can help tackle tsunami and not a 1,000-km ...
Experts' meet on warning system
BANGALORE, JAN. 16. Experts from the world over will attend a meeting on tsunami early warning systems to be held in New Delhi on January 21. According to V.S. Ramamurthy, Secretary in the Department of Science and Technology, the meet will be a ...
Goa to adopt two tsunami-hit villages
PANAJI, JAN. 16. The Chief Minister, Manohar Parrikar, has said Goa will adopt two villages in the tsunami-hit Andaman and Nicobar Islands and restore them to their original state. Speaking at the inauguration of the two-day 10th Goa Yuva ...
Tsunami early warning system likely by September 2007
HYDERABAD, JAN. 16. India's tsunami early warning system is expected to be operational by September 2007, with the key elements in place by March next year, the Secretary of the Department of Ocean Development, Harsha K. Gupta, said here ...
Focus on North-East's economic potential
MUMBAI, JAN. 16. Insurgency is waning in the North-East, according to the region's top officials, who asked investors to give a fillip to the economies of the natural resources-rich eight States of the region. The Governor of Assam, Lt. Gen. ...
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