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Friday, October 15, 2004
Shatrughan ready to play BJP's `Senapati' in Bihar
PATNA, OCT. 14.Amidst demand from a section of BJP leaders to fight the coming Bihar Assembly elections under the leadership of cinestar-politician Shatrughan Sinha, the party's star campaigner today said he was ready to play the `senapati' ...
HVP surrendered to Congress: Chautala
Chautala visits temple
CHANDIGARH, OCT.14.The Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, and his wife, Sneh Lata, were among those who paid obeisance at the historic Mata Mansa Devi Shrine near here today on the first day of the Navratras. The Chief Administrator ...
Prawn farming picking up in Haryana
CHANDIGARH, OCT.14.As prawn farming is fast picking up in Haryana, an area of 70.06 hectares has already been brought under fresh water prawn farming. It is proposed to undertake prawn farming in 100 hectares of fresh water area by the end of ...
Panchayat asks married couple to live like brother, sister
ROHTAK, OCT. 14.A panchayat in a Haryana village has ordered dissolution of the marriage of a couple and asked the husband and his pregnant wife to live like "brother and sister" on the claim that brotherly relations existed between their ...
Stranded people rescued
SHIMLA, OCT. 14.More than 300 people who were stranded on the high altitude Rohtang Pass due to heavy snowfall have been rescued while Lahaul and Pangi valleys of Himachal Pradesh remained cut off for the fifth day today. As many as 320 ...
Jammu & Kashmir
PDP rigged polls, alleges NC
Congress seeks re-poll in Nohata
Lakhera, Rangasamy greet President
PONDICHERRY, OCT. 14.Lt Governor M.M. Lakhera has greeted President A P J Abdul Kalam on the eve of his birthday. In his message to the President, he said that he invoked the blessings of the Almighty for his healthy life and many more years of ...
Women's forum wants `negligent' doctor suspended
PONDICHERRY, OCT. 14. The Pondicherry unit of the all India Progressive Women's Association has urged the Administration to suspend the doctor responsible for leaving behind a bandage in the stomach of a woman patient from Tinidivanam after a ...
20 pc discount on Kolu dolls
PONDICHERRY, OCT. 14. Pondicherry is well known for its dolls, particularly the Navarathiri Kolu dolls. Kuyavarpalayam `bommais' had been adorning the steps of the kolu in every household and one can still see families engaged in ...
Court rejects biological parents' plea in child swapping case
AMRITSAR, OCT. 14.A local court today rejected the interim application of a couple seeking immediate custody of a four-year-old boy, who has allegedly been swapped from the nursing home at the time of his birth, following DNA report in their ...
`Power generation should be given to panchayats'
Rajasthan plans speciality cancer hospital
Enquiry ordered into ammo recovery
LUCKNOW, OCT. 14.The Uttar Pradesh government today ordered a CB-CID inquiry into the recovery of missiles, rocket shells and explosives in the state recently. The CB-CID will inquire into the recovery of explosive material, missile and ...
Cyber crime case solved
LUCKNOW, OCT. 14. The Special Task Force (STF) of the Uttar Pradesh police has arrested one person on charges of sending obscene e-mails to a city-based export house dealing in organic produce. This is perhaps the second case of cyber crime in ...
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