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Friday, December 06, 2002
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Unanimous decision on disinvestment: Shourie
Colombo, LTTE agree on federal structure
OSLO (NORWAY), DEC. 5.Sri Lanka and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam today agreed to develop a government that would give the rebels regional autonomy a breakthrough decision after months of efforts to end the 19-year-old ethnic ...
EC asks Gujarat to be on `full alert'
NEW DELHI, DEC. 5.The Election Commission today asked the Gujarat Government to put the State administration on high alert in view of the 10th anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition tomorrow and till the Assembly elections on December 12. A ...
Tight security at shrines
NEW DELHI, DEC. 5. Thousands of armed security personnel patrolled communal hotspots and guarded shrines across the country and a red alert was sounded in Uttar Pradesh, amidst fears of terrorist assaults on shrines in Kashi, Mathura and Ayodhya, ...
MUMBAI, DEC. 5.Mumbai was flooded with hoax calls for the third consecutive day today following Monday's bomb blast in Ghatkopar, with the Maharashtra State Electricity Board (MSEB) headquarters and adjoining suburban court being forced to ...
Five - fold fine
NEW DELHI, DEC. 5. The Union Cabinet today decided to increase the fine for ticketless travel in trains five-fold from Rs. 50 to Rs. 250. An amendment to the Railway Act for this will be made soon. The Union Minister and Cabinet ...
CBI team for Malaysia
NEW DELHI, DEC. 5. A Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team will leave for Kuala Lumpur tomorrow to assist the Malaysian authorities in the extradition case against the Bofors payoffs case accused, Ottavio Quattrocchi, being heard in the ...
SRINAGAR, DEC. 5. Militants today gunned down Ghulam Mohiuddin Lone, elder brother of the late Mushtaq Lone, Jammu and Kashmir Law Minister who was assassinated by militants during the election campaign in September last. Mr. Lone (45) was ...
18 policemen hurt in blast
SRIKAKULAM, DEC. 5. Eighteen Orissa policemen were injured in a landmine blast, said to have been triggered by People's War naxalites, near Rayagada this evening. They were returning to Koraput from Berhampur after participating in an annual ...
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