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Tuesday, September 03, 2002
Supreme Court upholds EC decision on Gujarat polls
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 2. The Supreme Court today made it clear that it would not interfere with the Election Commission's order of August 16 (to defer the Assembly elections in Gujarat) and that it would decide the three-point reference made by the ...
President's rule inevitable
New Delhi, Sept. 2. The sum and substance of the Supreme Court's pronouncement today in the matter of Gujarat elections is that the country's highest judicial forum has refused to provide any aid and comfort to those within the Bharatiya Janata ...
People's Conference retains place in Hurriyat
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 2. The All-Party Hurriyat Conference has finally decided against expelling the People's Conference (PC), one of its constituents, after seeking an assurance from the party that it was not participating in the coming Jammu and ...
It will be Veerappan's last crime: Advani
BIDAR, SEPT. 2. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, on Monday asserted that the kidnapping of the former Karnataka Minister, H. Nagappa, by the forest brigand, Veerappan, would be the last chapter in the latter's long history of criminal ...
Sharma has fled country, court told
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 2.The chances of the Delhi police getting to lay their hands on the senior IPS officer, Ravi Kant Sharma, prime accused in the Shivani Bhatnagar murder case, now appear remote with the Special Public Prosecutor, S.K. Saxena, ...
'Need for non-Cong., non-BJP alternative'
CHENNAI, SEPT. 2. Making clear her intention of playing a bigger role in national politics, the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and AIADMK general secretary, Jayalalithaa, today called for a non-BJP, non-Congress alternative at the Centre. Addressing ...
Cauvery: SC hearing today
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 2. The Supreme Court will hear tomorrow the Tamil Nadu Government's plea for a direction to Karnataka to release the Cauvery water as per the interim award of the Cauvery Tribunal. A three-Judge Bench, comprising the Chief ...
9 children die in hospital
KOLKATA, SEPT. 2.In a shocking incident, nine children died at the State-run B.C. Roy Memorial Children's Hospital today amid an acute shortage of oxygen and beds. With today's deaths, 29 children have lost their lives in the last one week and ...
U.P. MLA held
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 2. A Congress legislator accused in a murder case, Akhilesh Singh, was today arrested outside the Assembly building here after the Speaker, Kesri Nath Tripathi, rejected his plea to surrender inside the House.Mr. Singh is wanted in ...
Militants torch trucks
GUWAHATI, SEPT. 2. Suspected Dima Halam Daogah (DHD) militants torched 28 trucks near the Chandighat Tea Estate on the Cachar-North Cachar hill districts border on Sunday. However, the drivers and cleaners were not harmed.
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