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Saturday, July 31, 2004
Phani Bora dead
GUWAHATI, JULY 30. Veteran Communist leader and freedom fighter of Assam Phani Bora died here on Thursday after a brief illness. He was 81. He is survived by his wife, Hena Bora, a leader of the Assam Mahila Sangh, the women's wing of the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Rape victim identifies accused
JAMMU, JULY 30.Doctors today conducted a medical examination on a gang rape victim, who was criminally assaulted by five people, including a Special Police Officer (SPO), in a hotel here on July 24 on her return from the Vaishno Devi shrine. ...
No question of my apology: Uma Bharti
BHOPAL, JULY 30.The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Uma Bharti, has described the Budget session of the State Assembly, which concluded today, as historic emphasizing that the State budget for the year 2004-2005 took adequate care of all sections ...
House adjourned amid din
BHOPAL, JULY 30.The budget session of the Madhya Pradesh Assembly ended today and the House was adjourned sine die even as the opposition continued to boycott the proceedings demanding the Chief Minister, Uma Bharti's presence and her apology ...
Preserve Pondicherry's heritage: Lakhera
PONDICHERRY, JULY 30. The Pondicherry Lt Governor, M.M. Lakhera has stressed the need to preserve the Union Territory's unique heritage for future generations. He was inaugurating a three-day conference organised under Asia Urbs Programme ...
Assembly backs statehood, Yanam MLA dissents
PONDICHERRY, JULY 30. The Pondicherry Assembly today endorsed an official motion demanding special statehood for the Union Territory overwhelmingly, barring a lone dissenting voice in the form of Malladi Krishna Rao, the Independent member from ...
Police fire to disperse mobs, five hurt
JAIPUR, JULY 30.Five persons sustained injuries when the police fired to disperse frenzied mobs belonging to two groups in Adivasi-dominated Sarada, 70 km from the divisional headquarters town of Udaipur, today. The mobs indulged in heavy ...
No amendment to Zamindari Act
LUCKNOW, JULY 30.Succumbing to pressure from supporting party legislators and ministers, the Uttar Pradesh Government today clarified no amendment would be made in the controversial clauses of the Zamindari Act to be brought in the Assembly next ...
Old Tehri town families shifted
DEHRA DUN, JULY 30.The Tehri district administration has shifted all 32 families marooned in the now abandoned Old Tehri town to safer areas and efforts are under way to persuade the "chipko" movement, Sunder Lal Bahuguna, and nine others camping ...
World Bank aid for project
NEW DELHI, JULY 30.Uttaranchal is to get $ 69.6 million credit from the World Bank for its decentralised watershed development project as per an agreement signed here today. The assistance will be in the form of interest-free credit from the ...
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