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Tuesday, June 08, 2004
President's Address: focus on agriculture, jobs and reforms
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7. The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, today outlined the economic agenda of the United Progressive Alliance Government which promises to ensure that the economy will grow by at least seven to eight per cent a year for a sustained ...
Best Bakery re-trial begins
MUMBAI, JUNE 7. The much awaited re-trial of the Best Bakery case, which was transferred to Mumbai by the Supreme Court on April 12, began here today. The Additional Sessions Judge, Abhay Thipsay, who is conducting the re-trial at the Sewri ...
Court to hear plea on Rajya Sabha polls on June 9
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7. The Supreme Court will hear on June 9 applications filed by the Election Commission and the Centre pleading for vacating an interim order passed by it on June 4 staying the process for holding elections to fill 65 Rajya Sabha ...
Natwar likely to attend SAARC meet
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7.The External Affairs Minister, Natwar Singh, is expected to attend a South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Council of Ministers meeting in Islamabad next month, the Ministry spokesman said this evening. The ...
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