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Tuesday, March 08, 2005
Top officials meet Buta Singh
PATNA, MARCH 7.The Bihar Governor, Buta Singh, took over the reigns of the administration with the proclamation of President's rule today and top officials called on him to receive directives. The Chief Secretary, K.A.H. Subramanian, has ...
Bihar situation will not affect UPA: RJD
NEW DELHI, MARCH 7. The Union Rural Development Minister, Raghuvansh Prasad Singh, today said the developments in Bihar would in no way affect the Rashtriya Janata Dal's equation with the United Progressive Alliance at the Centre. He said fresh ...
Balmuchu appointed Jharkhand pro tem Speaker
RANCHI, MARCH 7. The Jharkhand Mukti Morcha-led United Progressive Alliance Government in Jharkhand today appointed the Congress MLA, Pradeep Kumar Balmuchu, pro tem Speaker in the Assembly. The Cabinet used its veto power against the objection ...
ILO honour for women victims of tsunami
NEW DELHI, MARCH 7. The International Labour Organisation has dedicated this year's Women's Day to the women victims of the tsunami disaster. The theme will be "Rebuilding Women's Lives in the Aftermath of Disaster", an ILO statement said here ...
Musharraf may watch a match
NEW DELHI, MARCH 7. Though no date or venue has been fixed, the possibility of the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, coming to watch a game during the current cricket series between the two countries is growing. Officially, the External ...
Ministerial panel to oversee welfare schemes for Dalits
NEW DELHI, MARCH 7.The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, has constituted a Committee of Ministers on Dalit Affairs to oversee, in a consolidated manner, the effective pooling together and implementation of different programmes and schemes under ...
CPI(M) plans programmes in run-up to party meet
NEW DELHI, MARCH 7. The Communist Party of India (Marxist) today unveiled a series of programmes it has planned in the run up to the 18th Party Congress being held here in April. It includes seminars, discussions and cultural programmes in ...
Another dismissal verdict from Supreme Court
NEW DELHI, MARCH 7. After giving its nod for the dismissal of a worker for "sleeping in the office" during working hours and for "using abusive language" against his boss, the Supreme Court today approved the dismissal of an employee who ...
"Privacy is good, free press better"
CHENNAI, MARCH 7. The importance of striking a balance between preserving the privacy of individuals and safeguarding the freedom of the press was highlighted today by Joshua Rozenberg, Legal Editor of The Daily Telegraph , London. "In a ...
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