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Sunday, September 08, 2002
Disinvestment of oil sector put off by three months
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 7. The Cabinet Committee on Disinvestment (CCD) tonight decided to defer the controversial privatisation plans for the Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) and the Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) for three ...
U.S. talking to Pak. on J&K polls: Armitage
WASHINGTON, SEPT. 7.The United States is trying to work on both India and Pakistan through the elections in Kashmir, to get them through as violence-free as possible; and the Bush administration is talking with its ``Pakistani friends'' for ...
PM convenes CRA meeting today
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 7. Bowing to pressure from the Karnataka Government, the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, has convened a meeting of the Cauvery River Authority (CRA) tomorrow on the eve of his departure to the United States ...
Hunt for Veerappan intensified
RAMAPURA (CHAMARAJANAGAR DT.), SEPT. 7. On definite clues that the forest brigand, Veerappan, is holed up in the forests adjoining Dinahalli, the Special Task Force (STF) of Karnataka intensified operations this morning amid protests from family ...
Farmers block release of water to T.N.
MYSORE, SEPT. 7.More than 1,000 angry farmers of T. Narsipur taluk in Mysore district, Karnataka, today laid siege to the Kabini reservoir, about 62 km from here, and blocked the release of water from it to Tamil Nadu. The farmers forced their ...
BCCI fiat and offer
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 7.Despite the ICC climbdown, the Board of Control for Cricket in India today asked its players to sign the 30-day bar clause on conflict advertising within the next two days. The Cricket Board chief, Jagmohan Dalmiya, told ...
'No', says Thackeray
MUMBAI, SEPT. 7.The controversy over ``objectionable'' scenes in the film `Ek chhoti si love story' took a new turn with the Shiv Sena chief, Bal Thackeray, refusing to meet its producer-director, Shashilal Nair, who went to his residence ...
Bid on NC candidate's life
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 7.A ruling National Conference candidate escaped a bid on his life, even as three militants and two policemen were killed and three securitymen injured in violence in Jammu and Kashmir since last evening, an official spokesman ...
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