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Wednesday, September 04, 2002
BJP inciting riots in Assam: Cong.
GUWAHATI, SEPT. 3.The Assam Congress today alleged that a "desperate" BJP was trying to foment communal riots in Assam "to turn people's attention from Gujarat". The Pradesh Congress Committee chief spokesperson, Sylvius Condpan, and the State ...
Belligerent mood in Waghela camp
PHAGWEL (GUJARAT), SEPT. 3. Even as the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi's "Gaurav rath yatra" was further postponed by one more day, the pradesh Congress president, Shankarsinh Waghela, showed his belligerent mood paving the way for a ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Hizb warns people against participating in polls
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 3.With the election fever gaining momentum in Jammu and Kashmir, the Hizb-ul Mujahideen today asked people to stay away from the poll process and warned those who participated in the elections of "dire consequences". In a ...
Doctor delays post-mortem, angers villagers
BHOPAL, SEPT. 3.Public fury against a Government doctor who failed to act promptly and conduct post-mortem on a Dalit youth -- whose body was found hanging two days back -- led to police firing on a mob of protesters yesterday in which three ...
Vaidya case: State told to produce convicts
MUMBAI, SEPT 3.The Mumbai High Court has directed the Maharashtra Government and the State police to produce before it on October 3, three alleged Chota Shakeel gangsters who were awarded death penalty in the sensational case of multiple murders ...
Congress politicising Metro project, says Mukhi
Slum relocation policy review sought
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 3. The Municipal Commissioner, Rakesh Mehta, today called for a cost-benefit analysis and review of the existing policy of relocating slums in the Capital besides scrapping the distinctive character of the Slum Department of the ...
Package for domestic tourists on Palace on Wheels
ON BOARD PALACE ON WHEELS, SEPT. 3. As the flow of foreign tourists to India fails to pick up, the exquisite luxury train, Palace on Wheels, is opening its doors to lure domestic tourists with a discounted package to discover Rajasthan in royal ...
Polio cases rising in U.P.
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 3.There has been an alarming resurgence in polio cases in Uttar Pradesh. If not checked, the situation could have serious consequences. Talking to newspersons here today, the Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, ...
'Deaths not due to negligence'
KOLKATA, SEPT. 3.As the ruling Leftists on the one hand and the Opposition Congress and the Trinamool Congress on the other get set for a fierce debate on the cause of death of 14 children in the State-run B.C. Roy Memorial Hospital in the city ...
Uttaranchal Plan approved
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 3.After repeated postponement, the Planning Commission today approved the 2002-03 Annual Plan size of Rs 1,533 crores for Uttaranchal, almost 46 per cent more than last year's Plan size of Rs. 1,050 crores. The Plan was ...
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