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Sunday, September 14, 2003
No need to be sceptical about Indian secularism: Vajpayee
CHENNAI, SEPT. 13. The following is the text of the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee's speech delivered on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of The Hindu here today: I am very happy to join you at this important milestone in the ...
PM to consider request for convening Cauvery meet
CHENNAI, SEPT. 13. The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, has agreed to consider the DMK president, M. Karunanidhi's request for convening the Cauvery River Authority (CRA) at the earliest. The Prime Minister had assured him that he would ...
India's forgotten army
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 13.In the summer of 1994, those listening in to radio-frequency conversations in Jammu and Kashmir began coming across a decidedly cryptic one. "This is Bulbul", the message would almost invariably go, "ask the Koel what song it ...
`A beacon of sobriety, reason'
CHENNAI, SEPT. 13.Objectivity, clarity and authenticity are the three qualities that have built an enduring bond between The Hindu and its readers, the Chairman of the 12th Finance Commission, C. Rangarajan, said today. Delivering the ...
Nizam's jewels: Ministry yet to decide on location
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 13. Over a year after the Chandrababu Naidu Government in Andhra Pradesh secured an assurance from the Centre that the famed Nizam's jewels would be displayed permanently in Hyderabad, a decision on where to exhibit this timeless ...
``CAS implementation after States' concurrence''
BANGALORE, SEPT. 13.The Centre has now decided to seek the recommendations of State Governments for implementing the Conditional Access System, the Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Ravi Shankar Prasad, said today. ``Now, we have ...
`Sangh' historians flay `secular' counterparts
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 13. Pro-temple historians today trained their guns on Marxist and "secular" historians for refusing to accept the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) report on the recent Ayodhya excavation. Accusing the "secular historians", ...
Tributes to different generations
CHENNAI, SEPT. 13. The Editor-in-Chief of The Hindu, N. Ram, today used the occasion of the newspaper's 125th year celebrations to pay tributes to the founders of "the oldest surviving major daily newspaper of Indian nationalism" who made ...
A day to remember
CHENNAI, SEPT. 13. It is not every day that the Prime Minister comes calling. It is not every day that dignitaries used to playing chief guest at functions in the city assemble as the audience. It is not every day that a kaleidoscope of worlds ...
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