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Friday, November 05, 2004
NDA meet on November 14
NEW DELHI, NOV. 4. A meeting of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is to be convened on November 14 to discuss the controversy generated over the alleged resurgence of Hindutva in the Bharatiya Janata Party. This was decided upon during an ...
Ready to resume talks with LTTE: Chandrika
NEW DELHI, NOV. 4. The Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, today discussed the state of the peace process in her country with the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, in the capital. Officials privy to the discussions said that Ms. ...
India to take forward strategic partnership with E.U.
NEW DELHI, NOV. 4. India views the European Union as one of the "poles" in a multi-polar world and is poised to take its strategic partnership forward with it at the November 8 annual summit between the two entities at The Hague in the ...
New catering policy for Railways
NEW DELHI, NOV. 4. The Railway Minister, Lalu Prasad, today said a new catering policy was being introduced to improve the quality, quantity and standards of catering. Addressing the first meeting of the Consultative Committee of the Members ...
Focus on India-U.S. ties after Bush re-election
WASHINGTON, NOV. 4. After the triumph of George W. Bush in Tuesday's U.S. Presidential election, the question is what it will mean to south Asia; particularly to India. Washington's approach to Islamabad will have a bearing on India even if the ...
Model law on tribal land rights on anvil
NEW DELHI, NOV. 4. The Centre is preparing a model legislation, to be adopted by the States, for conferring the rights of non-timber forest produce to weaker sections and tribals. The rights will be identified by the States. At the Fifth ...
Committee to improve police administration
NEW DELHI, NOV. 4.The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today said that his Government would set up a committee of experts to examine the recommendations of all past commissions and committees and come up with a "set of credible, implementable ...
India, Japan conduct anti-piracy exercise
MUMBAI, NOV. 4. The Indian and Japanese Coast Guards today carried out a joint anti-piracy and safety exercise, Sahyog-Kaijan 2004, in the Arabian Sea. The mock exercise involved the rescue of a hijacked merchant vessel, m.v. ...
'Zahira acting under pressure'
NEW DELHI, NOV. 4. Reacting to the statement by the key witness in the Best Bakery case, Zahira Sheikh, in Vadodara on Wednesday, the Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust (SAHMAT) today said it was confident that the ``course of justice will not be ...
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