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Sunday, November 09, 2003
Eight killed in clash
GUWAHATI, NOV. 8.Eight persons five NDFB militants and three villagers were killed in a clash in Goalpara district of Assam this morning. The militants were lynched to death by an angry mob. Ripun Bora, Minister, told reporters ...
Laloo condemns order
PATNA, NOV. 8. The Tamil Nadu Assembly Speaker's action ordering the arrests of journalists was widely condemned today by a cross-section of the people in Bihar and they demanded its immediate revocation. The Rashtriya Janata Dal leader, Laloo ...
10 fast track courts planned
CHANDIGARH, NOV. 8. Ten fast track courts have been set up in Haryana and a compensation of about Rs. 150 crores has so far been provided in cases of motor accident claims through the Lok Adalats, according to the Chief Minister, Om Prakash ...
Rs. 130 cr. relief sought from Centre
SHIMLA, NOV. 8.The state has suffered a loss amounting to Rs. 309 crores due to cloud bursts, flash floods and heavy rains during the monsoon this year. The loss includes damage to roads, bridges, buildings, drinking water and irrigation schemes ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Hopes of divided families shattered
JAMMU, NOV. 8. The hopes of thousands of divided families living in Jammu and Kashmir have been shattered following the Pakistan Government's decision to impose riders to the opening of the Muzaffarabad-Uri road network. The Centre's proposal ...
SIT grills Mumbai Police Commissioner
MUMBAI, NOV. 8. The Police Commissioner of Mumbai, Ranjit Singh Sharma, appeared today before the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the multi-crore, multi-State, fake stamp paper scandal. The SIT, which arrested the Joint Commissioner ...
Consensus eludes Cong. panel
Bickerings delay BJP's second list
NEW DELHI, NOV.8.The second list of the Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party has run into "trouble'' with sharp differences reportedly arising between senior BJP leaders and the Sangh Parivar over the manner in which the entire selection and distribution ...
Bharatpur MP raises banner of revolt
Journalists demand dismissal of Jayalalithaa Govt.
JAIPUR, NOV. 8.A delegation of journalists met the Rajasthan Governor, Kailashpati Mishra, today and presented a memorandum to him addressed to the President of India seeking the dismissal of the Jayalalithaa Government in Tamil Nadu for its ...
`Direct attack on freedom of expression'
LUCKNOW, NOV. 8. A meeting of journalists here today condemned the Tamil Nadu State Assembly decision to punish the senior journalists of The Hindu on a charge of committing breach of privilege of the House. The decision was a direct ...
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