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Friday, September 19, 2003
'Nagaland must be consulted on deal with NSCN(I-M)'
GUWAHATI, SEPT. 18. The Nagaland Chief Minister, Neiphieu Rio, said here today that he had been kept informed "unofficially" of the ongoing talks between the Centre and the NSCN(I-M) leaders in Amsterdam. Mr. Rio, who is now here for the formal ...
Doctors' strike continues
PATNA, SEPT. 18.Functioning of the Patna Medical College Hospital remained paralysed for the second day today following indefinite strike by the junior doctors in protest against misbehaviour with the working doctors by some anti-social elements. ...
Local support in Akshardham attack proved: Police
AHMEDABAD, SEPT. 18. The Gujarat police claims to have virtually demolished the Jammu and Kashmir police version that the attack on the Akshardham temple last year was carried out by Chand Khan and his two accomplices without any local ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Jaish running narcotics to fund operations?
BANDIPORA (BARAMULLA), SEPT. 18.
Cong. rejects report on atrocities on SCs, STs
BHOPAL, SEPT. 18.Rejecting reports of Madhya Pradesh topping the list of states where atrocities are committed on scheduled castes and tribes, senior Congress leader K D Sultanpuri today said these were allegations raised without any basis as ...
Stamp paper scam: more arrests likely
PUNE, SEPT.18.The ongoing Special Investigation Team probe into the multi-crore fake stamp paper scam has entered a crucial stage. With the decoding of the hard disc seized from Abdul Karim Telgi (the prime accused in the racket) being over, ...
Towards cleaner seashores
MUMBAI, SEPT. 18. The Navy is launching a major seashore clean-up drive covering most of the beaches, waterways and creeks on the country's shores to observe the International Coastal Cleanup (ICC), a global initiative. Officers and sailors ...
DDA to set up information kiosks
Australian plane makes emergency landing
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 18.The Navy's aviation wing today actively assisted the emergency landing of an Australian heavy-duty cargo plane whose power backup had failed. The plane, on a flight from Oman to Australia, developed problems and its "May ...
BJP team hurt in attack
JAIPUR, SEPT 18.The Leader of the Opposition in the Rajasthan Assembly, Gulab Chand Kataria, and the deputy leader, Ram Pratap, sustained minor injuries when a group of people, suspected to be supporters of the newly-formed Social Justice Front, ...
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