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Thursday, June 03, 2004
Alternative to POTA: Assembly passes Bill
GANDHINAGAR, JUNE 2. The Gujarat Assembly today passed the amended Gujarat Control of Organised Crime Bill (GUJCOC), arming the BJP Government in the State with an alternative in the event of the Centre repealing the Prevention of Terrorism Act ...
IAS, IPS officers transferred
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 2.The Hayana Government has issued transfer and posting orders for two IAS officers. P.K. Das, Commissioner of Hisar Division, has been posted as Commissioner of Rohtak Division against a vacant post while M. Kithan, Managing ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Security cover for Manmohan's kin
SRINAGAR, JUNE 2. The Jammu and Kashmir Government has decided to provide security cover to a relative of the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, who lives in Kupwara town of north Kashmir. Sources told The Hindu that Jagat Singh Sahni was ...
Villages connected to metalled roads
BHOPAL, JUNE 2.A newly created network of 11,187 km of metalled roads built under the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojna (Prime Minister's rural road scheme) now connects 1,922 villages with over one thousand population in Madhya Pradesh. A ...
Gustad, associate remanded to police custody
MUMBAI, JUNE 2. Film-maker Kaizad Gustad, the director of "Bombay Boys" and "Boom," and a crew member, Ashish Udeshi, were arrested by the railway police today in connection with the death of assistant director, Nadia Khan, on May 25 at 12.30 pm. ...
Cooking gas from bio-waste project launched
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 2. The District Rural Development Agency (DRDA) in Pondicherry has launched a model project to generate cooking gas from solid and vegetable wastes at the Rajiv Gandhi Municipal bus terminal. The scheme was launched with an ...
Budget Session from June 30
JAIPUR, JUNE 2.The Budget Session of the Rajasthan Assembly will start on June 30 and the State Budget for the current financial year is likely to be presented on July 2. This will be the second session of the Assembly to be convened after the ...
Cabinet expansion Vasundhara overlooks RSS
Salary of Ministers increased
LUCKNOW, JUNE 2.The Uttar Pradesh Government has quietly enhanced by nearly fifty per cent the emoluments and perks received by its ministers. The State Cabinet had taken the decision to increase the benefits of the ministers at one of its recent ...
KOLKATA, JUNE 2. In accordance with the Supreme Court ruling that the strength of a Ministry in States should not exceed 15 per cent of the total number of members in the State Assembly, the West Bengal Council of Ministers has been downsized ...
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