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Tuesday, November 11, 2003
Gogoi welcomes stay
GUWAHATI, NOV. 10. The Assam Chief Minister, Tarun Gogoi, and the Pradesh Congress Committee president, Paban Singh Ghatowar, today welcomed the Supreme Court directive staying the order of arrest of the Publisher, Editor, the Executive Editor ...
Nitish, Sharad Yadav garner support for merger decision
PATNA, NOV. 10. The Railway Minister and Samata Party leader, Nitish Kumar, and the Union Food and Civil Supplies Minister and Janata Dal (United) president, Sharad Yadav, today shored up public support for the move to merge the two parties. ...
Curfew in Ahmedabad
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 10. An indefinite curfew has been clamped in the Kalupur and Dariapur police station areas in the old city here after an outbreak of communal violence late last night in which two persons were killed and half-a-dozen sustained ...
Record foodgrain output likely
CHANDIGARH, NOV.10.Haryana is all set to achieve the highest-ever production of 37.56 lakh tonnes of foodgrains and 14 lakh bales of cotton during the Kharif season. It has also set a target to produce about 95 lakh tonnes of foodgrains during ...
Uma Bharti files nomination
CHHATARPUR (M.P.), NOV. 10. The BJP's chief ministerial candidate, Uma Bharti, today filed her nomination from the Bada Malehra constituency in Chhattarpur district of Madhya Pradesh for the December 1 Assembly elections. Ms. Bharti and three ...
Opposition seeks Bhujbal's dismissal
MUMBAI, NOV. 10. Opposition parties in Maharashtra have urged the Governor, Mohd. Fazal, to have the Deputy Chief Minister, Chhagan Bhujbal, dismissed for his "total failure" in ensuring a proper investigation into the multi-crore fake stamp ...
Congress list likely today
Fire in Kaifiyat Express
NEW DELHI, NOV. 10. Two empty bogies of Kaifiyat Express were gutted in a fire which broke out on platform No. 1 of Old Delhi railway station today. While no one was reportedly injured, the Railway officials were trying to figure out what caused ...
Dharna by scribes
BHUBANESWAR, NOV. 10.About 50 journalists boycotted the proceedings of the Orissa State Assembly and staged a dharna near the statue of Mahatma Gandhi on the Assembly premises today protesting the Tamil Nadu Assembly's orders against six ...
BJP fields first-timer against Gehlot
NEW DELHI, NOV. 10. The Bharatiya Janata Party has decided to field a first-time contestant, Mahendra Jhabak, to oppose the Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, in the Sardarpura Assembly constituency in the State. The party described Mr. ...
Scribes celebrate court stay
JAIPUR, NOV. 10.Scribes here celebrated the Supreme Court's interim verdict staying the execution of the Tamil Nadu Assembly sentence against Editors and journalists of The Hindu and Murasoli by distributing sweets. The good news ...
Self-help groups to improve village economy
JAIPUR, NOV. 10.Underlining the need for generation of public awareness and expansion of education in tribal-dominated areas, the Rajasthan Governor, Kailashpati Mishra, has suggested that self-help groups be formed in the rural areas in large ...
State to press criminal charges in ragging cases
KOLKATA, NOV. 10.The West Bengal Government has decided to take ``unprecedented and exemplary action, including levelling criminal charges'' against those ragging freshers in college hostels. This follows a series of such incidents in private ...
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