Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Wednesday, October 29, 2003
National
News Update

News
Front Page
National
Regional:
• Southern States
• Other States
International
Opinion
Business
Sport
Miscellaneous
• Cartoons

Index

IN FOCUS
Peace with Pak. New!

Events 2002

Features:
Life
Magazine
Literary Review
Metro Plus
Business
Open Page
Education
Book Review
SciTech
Entertainment
Young World
Quest
Folio

Stocks
Quotes
SE Diary

Advts
Classifieds
Employment
Obituary

Archives
Yesterday's Issue
Datewise



Group Sites
The Hindu
Business Line
The Sportstar
Frontline
The Hindu eBooks

Home

Prasar Bharati begins test runs for DD News
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28.With no word from the Election Commission on whether or not it can go ahead with its plan to launch a round-the-clock news channel from Doordarshan stables on November 3, Prasar Bharati began test runs today by imparting a ...
All-party meet today on open voting for RS polls
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28. The Government has convened an all-party meeting at Parliament House here tomorrow to discuss the rules for implementing an open voting system for the Rajya Sabha elections as opposed to the secret ballot method being used ...
Oil companies to bear LPG, kerosene subsidy burden
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28.In a reversion to the earlier system of cross-subsidies in the petroleum sector, the Union Government today announced that the subsidy on LPG and public distribution system (PDS) kerosene would be borne by the public sector oil ...
POTA review panel decision binding on Executive: Advani
CHENNAI, OCT. 28. Declining to comment on the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa's opposition to the ordinance amending POTA, the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, said today that the decisions of the review committee would be binding on ...
Prince Charles arrives on nine-day visit
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28. Eleven years after he visited the sub-continent along with late Princess Diana, the heir to the British throne, Prince Charles, arrived here today on a nine-day State visit. Senior officials of the British High Commission ...
Other Stories

  • Environmental clearance must for new big urban projects
  • Zaveri Bazaar blast: 3 held under POTA
  • Cell companies approach SC
  • Saffron-growers smile again
  • Additional charge for Barnala
  • Cyclone threat eases in Orissa
  • SC notice to Centre on MCI report
  • Greenpeace hails SC ruling on dumping of hazardous waste
  • Envoys appointed
  • Indo-Bangla trade accord soon
  • Powell hails India's peace moves
  • A stable Pak. vital for both U.S. and India: Cohen
  • Which is the fairest software of them all?
  • One lakh tonnes of rice for A.P.
  • Nitish for decentralising decision-making process
  • SC for 'higher sentence' for rape of the mentally challenged
  • President to inaugurate World Mining Congress
  • Contempt notice to three Chief Secretaries
  • Coke seeks audience with JPC on quality standards
  • I-T official, advocate arrested
  • Tax returns of salariat not to be scrutinised
  • Enron tangle: IDBI, Maharashtra begin talks
  • 'Jogi bags' seized



    Read Today's supplements: | Life | Metro Plus | Opportunities |

    Send: Comments to: thehindu@vsnl.com
    Letters to the Editor to: letters@thehindu.co.in with full postal address
  • The Hindu eBooks

    Gandhi eBook


    News: Front Page | National | Southern States | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Index | Features: Life | Magazine | Literary Review | Metro Plus | Open Page | Education | Book Review | Business | SciTech | Entertainment | Young World | Quest | Folio |

    The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
    Group Sites: The Hindu | Business Line | The Sportstar | Frontline | The Hindu eBooks | Home |

    Copyright 2003, The Hindu. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu