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Tuesday, April 06, 2004
'Nitish richer than Laloo'
PATNA, APRIL 5. Railway Minister Nitish Kumar is richer than RJD chief Laloo Prasad Yadav, according to the affidavits filed by both the leaders along with their nomination papers for the coming Lok Sabha elections in Bihar. Mr Kumar has ...
PATNA, APRIL 5. Wildlife authorities in Bihar have rescued 78 fresh water turtles, a highly endangered species found in the Ganga, from poachers. The turtles, many of them seriously injured, have been brought to a zoo in Patna, where doctors ...
Workshop on media management for Congress workers
SHIMLA, APRIL 5.A one-day workshop for district level spokespersons was organised here today by the Pradesh Congress Committee under the leadership of the PCC president, Vidya Stokes. The workshop `Effective media management' was arranged by the ...
Vajpayee has no firm stand: Congress
Jammu & Kashmir
'PDP, BJP may rig polls'
SRINAGAR, APRIL 5.Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers' Party today accused its ruling coalition partner People's Democratic Party and the BJP of ``planning'' to rig the forthcoming parliamentary polls in the state. ``PDP and BJP are planning ...
As polls near Jammu clamours for attention
JAMMU, APRIL 5.With the Parliamentary elections round the corner, voices for more resources or even a separate statehood for Jammu are becoming louder as people of this winter capital feel that all economic benefits and job opportunities flow to ...
National genetic database to 'understand' disorders
MUMBAI, APRIL 5.In order to understand the reasons for several genetic disorders which have affected many families for generations, Indian geneticists have decided to register a ``People's Foundation'' to establish a national genetic database, ...
National Communist Party to contest in Pondy
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 5. The secretary of the Karaikal unit of the National Communist Party (NCP), Thanga Devadoss, announced here today that he would contest the Lok Sabha poll in the Union Territory. Addressing a press conference here today, ...
CPI (M) to support Congress-led Government: Surjeet
ROPAR, APRIL5. The CPI (M) General Secretary, Harkishan Singh Surjeet, said here today that his party would support the Congress in forming government, after the Lok Sabha elections, to provide it ``strength and stability.'' However, talking to ...
Women's groups to move court over Sati verdict
BJP, Congress induct rebels
Leopard killed in forest fire
DEHRA DUN, APRIL 5. A leopard was killed in fire in Almora district of Uttaranchal Pradesh which is witnessing a forest blaze even before the onset of peak summer season. The animal died yesterday, the Chief Secretary, R.S. Tolia told ...
UKD coins a new slogan
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