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Sunday, November 24, 2002
Venkataswami quits Tehelka probe panel
NEW DELHI, NOV. 23. Stung by criticism in Parliament over his appointment as chairman of the Authority on Advance Rulings of Excise and Customs, Justice K. Venkataswami, head of the Tehelka Commission, today resigned from both the posts. He is ...
Karnataka Govt. decides to send Kolathur Mani
BANGALORE, NOV. 23. The Karnataka Cabinet on Saturday decided to withdraw cases against Periyar Dravida Kazhagam activist, Kolathur Mani, and send him as emissary to the forest brigand, Veerappan, to negotiate the release of the former Minister, ...
G-20 resolves to choke terrorist funding
NEW DELHI, NOV. 23.The Group of 20 (G-20) countries_comprising the developed and the important emerging market economies_ have reiterated their commitment to combat the financing of terrorism and have noted the trend that terrorist organisations ...
Talk to new Govt.: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 23. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, today hoped that with a civilian government in place in Islamabad, the Indian Government would resume the stalled dialogue with Pakistan for resolution of all differences and ...
Pandya not in fourth list too
NEW DELHI, NOV. 23. The former State Home Minister, Haren Pandya, failed to find mention in the fourth list of the candidates for the coming Gujarat Assembly elections which was released by the BJP here this evening. With the latest list, the ...
Rane's house torched
MUMBAI, NOV. 23. Nationalist Congress Party workers attacked Shiv Sena leaders and cadres and torched the house of former Maharashtra Chief Minister, Narayan Rane, in Kankavali town in Sindhudurg district, following the killing of a local NCP ...
12 killed in J&K blast
JAMMU, NOV. 23.Close on the heels of the suicide attack on a CRPF camp in Srinagar on Friday, militants today detonated a landmine targeting an army convey on the Srinagar-Jammu national highway killing 12 persons including two women and children ...
Dalits killing: 7 more held
CHANDIGARH, NOV. 23. The Haryana Police today arrested seven villagers in connection with the recent lynching of five Dalits in Dulina village in Jhajjar district, taking the total number of arrests in the case to 13. The seven, who ...
Katara murder: charges framed
NEW DELHI, NOV. 23. A Delhi court today framed charges against the Rajya Sabha MP, D.P. Yadav's son, Vikas, and nephew, Vishal Yadav, in the business executive, Nitish Katara murder case. ``I find prima facie sufficient evidence to frame charges ...
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