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PM wants an end to the mess in cooperatives
The Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, today called for difficult but unavoidable decisions to bring about a speedy revival of cooperative credit institutions.

Think of the farmer for a change: Chautala
The Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, had to face some embarrassing moments today at the Chief Ministers' Meeting on cooperative credit systems when his NDA alliance partner and Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Om Prakash Chautala, came down heavily on the Government for being `pro- industry' and not being considerate towards farmers.

CBI sends 'forged' letter to forensic experts
The Central Bureau of Investigation has sent the ``forged'' letter purportedly written by the Cabinet Secretary to the Prime Minister, Mr. T.R. Prasad, opposing Air India disinvestment to its Central Forensic and Scientific Laboratory (CFSL) for examination.

KLF militant sentenced to death
A Delhi court today sentenced to death a Sikh militant for exploding a car bomb near the Indian Youth Congress office here in 1993, killing nine persons and injuring 29, including the then president of organisation, Mr. M.S. Bitta.

SC quashes quota for AIIMS graduates
The Supreme Court has quashed the reservation for the graduates of All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) for post-graduation courses throwing open almost 100 seats for meritorious students from across the country.

One killed in police firing in Ahmedabad
An indefinite curfew was clamped in Dariapur police station areas in the heart of the city this evening after one person was killed in police firing and scores of others injured in stone throwing and stabbing.

Ganguly stars in India win
Saurav Ganguly lived up to his own prediction by leading India to a comprehensive seven-wicket victory over Sri Lanka here today to square the three-match series 1-1.

Cauvery: panel to meet on Sept.6
The monitoring committee constituted to oversee the implementation of the interim award of the Cauvery water disputes tribunal will meet on September 6 in New Delhi.


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