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Thursday, February 05, 2004
Assam's education programme for children of militants
GUWAHATI, FEB. 4.The Axom Sarba Siksha Mission, a society under Education Department of Assam, is devising a special mechanism for providing education to the children of the militants of the banned United Liberation Front of Asom and the National ...
Chautala in no mood to relent
CHANDIGARH, FEB.4. Even as the Bharatiya Janata Party high command appears to be dithering over whether to continue the alliance with the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) for the ensuing Lok Sabha and Assembly elections, the INLD supremo and ...
Forest institute still headless
BHOPAL, FEB. 4.The Indian Institute of Forest Management, an autonomous institution under the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests, continues to remain without a full-time Director just like other prime Central Government institutions linked ...
Embarrassment in Congress
PONDICHERRY, FEB. 4. With the Democratic Progressive Alliance earmarking the lone Lok Sabha seat in Pondicherry to the Pattali Makkal Katchi, the Congress cadres here are a disappointed lot. The Congress is also a constituent of the DPA. The ...
Assistance to poor patients
PONDICHERRY, FEB. 4. The Health Minister, E. Valsaraj, yesterday distributed assistance ranging between Rs. 70,000 and Rs 1.4 lakhs to poor patients to enable them to meet the expenditure for open heart surgery, carcinoma cervix or coronary ...
Punjab to present vote-on-account
CHANDIGARH, FEB 4.The ruling Congress in Punjab has set itself in the election mode. The State Council of Ministers today decided to postpone the presentation of budget and instead convened an all-party meeting. It also announced more sops while ...
No new taxes in deficit Rajasthan budget
JAIPUR, FEB. 4.A Rs.1,394.48-crore deficit budget, with no new tax proposals, was presented in the Rajasthan Assembly today by the Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje, who also holds the portfolio of Finance. Her brief, seven- minute budget speech ...
BSP members protest `lawlessness' in U.P.
LUCKNOW, FEB. 4. Slogan-shouting Bahujan Samaj Party members, protesting the "lawlessness" in the State, greeted the Uttar Pradesh Governor, Vishnu Kant Shastri, as he entered the Assembly today to address a joint sitting of the two Houses of the ...
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