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Friday, June 04, 2004
Goa waits to host film festival
CHENNAI, JUNE 3. The change in Government in New Delhi seems to have created uncertainty with regard to the 2004 edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI), scheduled to be held in Panaji in November. The Goan capital was chosen ...
Chautala gives crores for roads
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 3. The Haryana Government has given Rs. 100 crores to the State Agricultural Marketing Board for repair of roads under its ambit and the Public Works Department (Building and Roads) has been directed to repair all roads falling ...
Time now for an all-season affair with Himachal
SHIMLA, JUNE 3.The Himachal Tourism Minister, Vijay Singh Mankotia, has claimed that the tourism sector in the State has a huge potential and can be a bigger revenue earner than hydro-electricity and horticulture in the Hill State. He said the ...
Under a bamboo canopy, they tied the knot
JAIT VILLAGE (MADHYA PRADESH), JUNE 3. The scorching summer heat was no deterrent for thousands of villagers who thronged this village on the banks of the Narmada in Budhni tehsil of Sehore district this afternoon to attend a mass wedding ...
Police officials against repeal of MCOCA
MUMBAI, JUNE 3. The proposed withdrawal of the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act, (MCOCA) will adversely affect the regulation of organised crime, say police officials in the city. They claim that there has been a high conviction rate ...
National BC Panel/`Request for inclusion in Central list will be examined'
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 3. The National Commission for Backward Classes would examine the requests for inclusion of any class or citizen as Backward Class in the Central list of BCs and would also hear complaints of over-inclusion and requests for ...
Tributes paid to Kabir
AMRITSAR, JUNE 3. A great and immortal saint-philosopher, Bhagat Kabir, was fondly remembered and paid glowing tributes on his 606th Prakash Utsav at a State-level function held at Guru Nanak Bhawan here today. Presiding over the function, ...
Dissension BJP over Cabinet expansion
JAIPUR, JUNE 3.Barely three days after the first expansion of the six-month-old Vasundhara Raje Cabinet, dissension came out in the open in the BJP camp in Rajasthan today with party workers calling a bandh in one town and protestors shouting ...
Congress overtures likely to put pressure on Mulayam
LUCKNOW, JUNE 3.The recent Lok Sabha election results have caused political convulsions in Uttar Pradesh, the Congress and Samajwadi Party both visualising a situation leading to the end of the present Mulayam Singh Yadav regime followed by fresh ...
`Mauni baba' passes away
ALLAHABAD, JUNE 3. Swami Ramnaresh Das widely known as `Mauni Baba' died here last night. He was 102. The end came at the Hanuman temple in Sangam, where he had been living since 1936, his follower Mahant Vishambhar Das, said. An ardent devotee ...
Mamata under pressure to snap ties with BJP
KOLKATA, JUNE 3. The Trinamool Congress chief, Mamata Banerjee is coming under increasing pressure from some of her party leaders to snap ties with the BJP, which they feel alienated the Muslim voters and led to the poor showing in the recent Lok ...
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