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Tuesday, March 04, 2003
We have kept our word on providing jobs: PM
NEW DELHI, MARCH. 3.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today insisted that his Government was neither partisan in the matter of drought relief nor divisive in fighting terrorism at home. Also his Government had more or less fulfilled the ...
A magnificent obsession?
NEW DELHI, MARCH. 3.
Opposition for rollback of fertilizer prices
NEW DELHI, MARCH. 3.The Government is under intense pressure from its allies and the Opposition alike to roll back the prices of diesel and fertilizer. While the entire Opposition today walked out of the Lok Sabha, the Government's allies such as ...
Cong. may plump for Veerbhadra Singh?
NEW DELHI, MARCH 3. The president of the Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee, Vidya Stokes, today indicated that she was in the race for the post of Chief Minister. Speaking to newspersons after meeting the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, she ...
Action against Shanta Kumar likely
NEW DELHI, MARCH 3. The Bharatiya Janata Party's anger against the Union Minister, Shanta Kumar, for blaming lack of performance by the Dhumal Government in Himachal Pradesh for the party's rout in the recent Assembly elections is palpable. And ...
No-trust motion against U.P. Speaker withdrawn
LUCKNOW, MARCH 3. The Opposition parties in Uttar Pradesh, led by the Samajwadi Party and the Congress, today unanimously decided to withdraw the no-confidence notices moved against the Assembly Speaker, Kesri Nath Tripathi. The Opposition ...
BSNL slashes STD rates
NEW DELHI, MARCH 3.The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) today announced a major reduction in STD rates for distances over 500 km. Effective from March 6 midnight, the new rate will be a uniform Rs. 4.80 for three minutes, replacing the earlier ...
NEW DELHI, MARCH 3.A Delhi court today framed charges of murder and criminal conspiracy against the senior IPS officer, R. K. Sharma, and five others in journalist Shivani Bhatnagar murder case. Holding that a prima facie case existed ...
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 3.Pakistan today denied handing over Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, alleged mastermind of the September 11 attacks, to U.S. custody, saying the top Al-Qaeda operative was being interrogated by the country's law-enforcing agencies. ...
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