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Saturday, December 11, 2004
Manmohan not taking Parliament into confidence: Sinha
NEW DELHI, DEC. 10.Opposition members in the Rajya Sabha today charged the Government with maintaining a silence on issues raised in the House and not taking Parliament into confidence on crucial matters. Raising the issue soon after Question ...
Trial in wealth cases to begin early next year
BANGALORE, DEC. 10. The trial of the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, in two disproportionate wealth cases is likely to begin here early next year. Translation of the case documents from Tamil to English is expected to be completed in a ...
Acharya's health is quite normal: medical team
VELLORE, DEC. 10. A four-member medical team led by the Joint Director of Medical Services, Tamil Nadu, M. Shanmugam, today conducted an hour-long detailed medical examination of the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswathi, in the central ...
Vital functions of media stressed
CHENNAI, DEC. 10. The second volume of The Hindu Speaks on Scientific Facts was released at a function here on Friday with the Editor, New Scientist, London, Jeremy Webb, receiving the first copy. Introducing the ...
Rao in hospital
NEW DELHI, DEC. 10.Former Prime Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao, was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences here around 2.00 a.m. with complaints of breathlessness. His condition was stated to be stable. ...
4 policemen killed
JAMMU, DEC. 10.Terrorists killed four policemen, including a Special Police Officer and three constables in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. A patrol party of four policemen was ambushed in the dense forest area of Migani of Billawar teshil, ...
PANAJI, DEC. 10.An Emirates flight EK-531 on its way to Dubai from Kochi made an emergency landing at Goa's Dabolim airport this afternoon following a fire alarm. The Airbus carrying 276 persons, including the crew, later left Dabolim for Mumbai ...
A different kind of threat
BHUBANESWAR, DEC. 10. For a change, Orissa's legislators had a new issue to be agitated about today. A group of traditional snake charmers from nearby Padmakesharipur village had threatened to release poisonous snakes into the Assembly to protest ...
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