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Friday, November 14, 2003
ULFA ban on Hindi films defied
GUWAHATI, NOV. 13.Members of film organisations and movie stars of Assam, who have decided to defy the ULFA "ban" on screening Hindi films in the State from November 15, went on a hunger strike today protesting the move by the insurgent outfit. ...
Promises galore in Cong. manifesto
BHOPAL, NOV. 13.The Madhya Pradesh Congress manifesto for the upcoming State Assembly elections released here today promises social justice and development while reasserting the party's commitment to continue the policy of focused attention on ...
Cheers for some, tears for some
NEW DELHI, NOV. 13. They had been waiting with bated breath for the past few days for this one particular call. And those fortunate ones who ultimately received the call from the Chief Minister's residence informing them about confirmation of ...
Historian accused of harassing girl students
NEW DELHI, NOV. 13. After fielding accusations of tampering with history in school textbooks, historian Makhan Lal is now facing allegations of not just forcing students to learn history the "right'' way, but also harassing girl students in his ...
Daler's bail plea dismissed
CHANDIGARH, NOV. 13. The Punjab and Haryana High Court today dismissed the anticipatory bail plea of Indi-pop singer Daler Mehndi in an alleged illegal human trafficking case. Passing the orders in a packed court room here, Justice Mehtab ...
Punjab exempts stamp duty for women
CHANDIGARH, NOV. 13.The Punjab Council of Minister today approved the proposal for exemption from stamp duty on deeds relating to transfer of agriculture lands and residential properties by the female owner during her life time to legal heir, an ...
Minister denied ticket, quits Cong.
JAIPUR, NOV. 13.The dissidence in the ruling Congress in Rajasthan over ticket distribution for the Assembly elections touched a new scale today with the Minister of State for Prisons and Social Welfare, Chandrashekhar, resigning from the State ...
Power privatisation may spell doom for Govt. body
LUCKNOW, NOV. 13.A new policy to be announced later this month to encourage power sector privatisation can spell doom for the four new distribution companies formed in August under the Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL). With the ...
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