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Wednesday, February 11, 2004
Congress, CPI(M) demand Rudy's dismissal
NEW DELHI, FEB.10. The Congress and the Communist Party of India (Marxist) today demanded that the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, dismiss the Civil Aviation Minister, Rajiv Pratap Rudy, following allegations aganst him The Congress, ...
Centre freezes target for crop production
NEW DELHI, FEB. 10.The Centre has decided to freeze the target for crop production this year (2003-04) at last year's level of 220 million, as a higher target may not be achievable on account of recurring drought in parts of the country. As ...
Supreme Court fiat on checking noise pollution
NEW DELHI, FEB. 10.The Supreme Court today asked the Union Environment Ministry to file a comprehensive affidavit detailing the suggestions to contain noise pollution caused by crackers, diesel generators, loud speakers, pressure horns and ...
Petition against reducing fees at IIMs
NEW DELHI, FEB. 10.A public interest litigation petition was today filed in the Supreme Court assailing the Centre's decision to reduce the fees in Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) from 1.50 lakhs to Rs. 30,000 per annum. The petition ...
Krishna Yadav denies taking money from Telgi
HYDERABAD, FEB. 10. The former Telugu Desam Party MLA, C. Krishna Yadav, who was expelled from the party for his alleged involvement in the multi-crore stamp paper scam, has denied taking Rs. 32 lakhs from the prime accused in the case, Abdul ...
National Commission on Farmers set up
NEW DELHI, FEB. 10.The Centre today announced the setting up of the first-ever National Commission on Farmers to review the status of agriculture and to assess the conditions of different categories of farmers in various regions. It will have a ...
Israel concerned about Pakistan's nuclear proliferation: Shalom
NEW DELHI, FEB. 10.Israel said tonight that it was "very concerned" by the "new information" about nuclear proliferation from Pakistan and the possibility that an extremist organisation like the Al-Qaeda could have gained access to nuclear ...
Telgi's lawyer denies contents of 'truth test'
BANGALORE, FEB. 10.Counsel for Abdul Karim Telgi, the prime accused in the multi-crore rupee fake stamp paper racket today denied the reported contents of a `narco-analysis test" the results of which were filed along with the chargesheet in the ...
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