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Thursday, June 24, 2004
'No evidence against Minister in murder case'
GUWAHATI, JUNE 23. The Gauhati High Court has not found any evidence against the Assam Agriculture Minister, Ardhendu Dey, in the murder case registered against him by police under the erstwhile Asom Gana Parishad Government. Dr. Dey ...
Floods wreak havoc in Bihar
PATNA, JUNE 23.The floods have wreaked havoc in a major part of Bihar, particularly in the northern plains, taking a toll of over 30, besides displacing over two lakh people. While 12 people, including seven children, were feared drowned when a ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Pakistan to take part in mela
RAMGARH (ZEROLINE), JUNE 23.Pakistan will join the famous Baba Chambiliyal Mela on the international border in Jammu and Kashmir after keeping away from the festivities for two years following strained bilateral relations. ``Pakistan will take ...
Amarnath yatra from July 2
JAMMU, JUNE 23.Announcing formally the commencement of annual Amarnath yatra on July 2 at Pahalgam, Mahant Deependra Giri of holy mace of Lord Shiva (Chhari-Mubarak) today appealed to the Jammu and Kashmir Governor, S. K. Sinha, and the Chief ...
Moustache that scared a Pakistani ranger
JAMMU, JUNE 23. For Bhupti Das, a constable with the Border Security Force (BSF) posted along the International Border, his moustache, not his gun, does the talking. His thick four feet and five inches long moustache that is neatly tied has ...
Indira Sagar dam oustees still to be rehabilitated
BHOPAL, JUNE 23. People from eight villages, including the town of Harsud in Khandwa district, still remain to be fully rehabilitated even as the June 30 deadline for vacating this area falling under the submergence of the Indira Sagar dam is ...
'Legislators must adhere to laws'
BHOPAL, JUNE 23.The Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha, Charanjit Singh Atwal, today said that legislators as the makers of laws should also be the first to scrupulously follow the laws. This quality should be a legislator's hallmark. Mr. Atwal was ...
Gustad's bail rejected
MUMBAI, JUNE 23.A Sessions court today rejected the bail plea of incarcerated director Kaizad Gustad and his two assistants, arrested in connection with the accidental death of young director Nadia Khan on charges of culpable homicide not ...
Farmers seek free power
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 23. The Pondicherry Agriculturists Union president, T.Geethanathan, has called upon the Centre to ensure that farmers in the Union Territory were supplied free power. In a memorandum presented to the Pattali Makkal Katchi MP, ...
Towards sustainable irrigation
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 23. Integrated irrigation management systems are essential to achieve sustainable irrigation, says Jurgen Putz, Director of Palmyra Project at Auroville near here. Addressing a three-day seminar on Participatory Irrigation ...
Minor girl sold, four arrested
BATHINDA, JUNE 23.Police have recovered a minor girl, who was allegedly sold off by an orchestra group to a man for Rs 30,000, and arrested four people in this connection. The district police arrested four out of the nine accused. Sukhdeep ...
Budget fails to reflect any strategy: Badal
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 23.The Opposition in the Punjab Assembly led by the Shiromani Akali Dal today accused the State Government of presenting the worst fiscal exercise since independence as the budget failed completely to reflect any strategy to ...
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