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Friday, June 04, 2004
NDA seeks removal of `tainted' Ministers
NEW DELHI, JUNE 3. The National Democratic Alliance and Telugu Desam Party Members of Parliament, led by the Leader of the Opposition, L.K. Advani, and the NDA convener, George Fernandes, marched to the Rashtrapati Bhavan today, protesting the ...
An act of hypocrisy, says Congress
NEW DELHI, JUNE 3. The Congress today ridiculed the Opposition National Democratic Alliance's move to lodge a protest with the President against the inclusion of "tainted" Ministers in the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government and seek ...
CPI(M) objects to airports privatisation
NEW DELHI, JUNE 3.A day after the Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Praful Patel, announced the revised plans for the modernisation of the Delhi and Mumbai airports, the Government have to do a rethink on the ambitious project as the ...
Old song, new metre
NEW DELHI, JUNE 3. There is a new Foreign Minister, Natwar Singh. He is not new to the world of diplomacy. Nor a stranger to the Indian foreign policy establishment. But he has a problem on his hands. The so-called "foreign office watchers" had ...
For a peace park on Siachen
NEW DELHI, JUNE 3.The efforts by some international environmentalists to make the Siachen Glacier, better known as the world's highest battlefield, a peace park seem to have reached a dead end: India and Pakistan are unwilling to accept the ...
Natwar begins Nepal visit today
NEW DELHI, JUNE 3. The External Affairs Minister, Natwar Singh, leaves for Kathmandu tomorrow to discuss bilateral relations with Nepal and the political situation in the Himalayan Kingdom. During his two-day visit, which ends on Saturday, the ...
Natwar calls up Kasuri
NEW DELHI, JUNE 3.The External Affairs Minister, Natwar Singh, telephoned the Pakistani Foreign Affairs Minister, Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, today and also met the High Commissioner of Pakistan, Aziz Ahmed Khan, in his South Block office. Mr. ...
Hearing on Kuldip Nayar's plea today
NEW DELHI, JUNE 3. Even as the Supreme Court is to hear tomorrow a petition challenging amendments made to the Representation of the People Act, 1951, dispensing with the requirement of domicile for candidates contesting the Rajya Sabha ...
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