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Wednesday, July 02, 2003
'Rao Govt. was right in not imposing President's rule'
NEW DELHI, JULY 1. The Centre's counsel in the Liberhan Commission, Lala Ram Gupta, today justified the Narasimha Rao Government's decision not to impose President's rule in Uttar Pradesh as a pre-emptive measure to save the disputed structure in ...
Security for PM reviewed
NEW DELHI, JULY 1.As part of the spruced-up security arrangements for the President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, his convoy now has a frequency jammer. Though the threat perception for Dr. Kalam has always been on the high side and he has been provided ...
One more held for Godhra train carnage
AHMEDABAD, JULY 1. The railway police have picked up one more person in connection with last year's Godhra train carnage from the Signal Falia locality in Godhra town. Police said that Shoaib Kalandhar was picked up from a house in the ...
Delhi-Lahore bus ready, awaits passengers
NEW DELHI, JULY 1. The Delhi Transport Corporation, which today received the visas for seven of its crew who are to operate the Delhi-Lahore bus service, is awaiting the finalisation of a date for launching the service to start the process of ...
'It will be Rs. 500 without Set-Top-Boxes'
NEW DELHI, JULY 1. Already under fire from various quarters over the Conditional Access System (CAS), the Information & Broadcasting Ministry today lost its lone ally the with the cable operators rejecting the `dual feed' option mooted as ...
DD's DTH service from March 2004
NEW DELHI, JULY 1. Amid the uncertainty over the Conditional Access System (CAS), Doordarshan today announced that its direct-to-home (DTH) services carrying 30 free-to-air channels would be launched by March next year. "Doordarshan has plans ...
Support to J&K terrorists illegal, says Boucher
WASHINGTON, JULY 1.The Bush administration has made it clear that any kind of support given to terrorist outfits operating in Kashmir is illegal under domestic laws. The State Department spokesman, Richard Boucher, has generally made the point ...
Militants kill four in Jharkhand
DALTONGANJ,, JULY 1.Armed activists of an outlawed Maoist group abducted four persons, including two forest guards, and killed them by slitting their throats in Latehar district late last night, police said today. The Maoist Communist Centre ...
TRAI interim order on IUC
NEW DELHI, JULY 1.Pending final decision on the Interconnection Usage Charge (IUC), the telecom regulator, TRAI, has issued an interim order aimed at ending inconsistencies in the long distance (STD) tariffs and the existing IUC regime. It said ...
Naga CM calls off visit
NEW DELHI, JULY 1.In a sudden development, the Nagaland Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio's scheduled visit to Bangkok to meet the NSCN (I-M) leadership before the next round of talks between the Centre and the outfit was called off today. "The visit ...
Demolition of Dawood's properties allowed
MUMBAI, JULY 1.A special court has allowed the civic body here to go ahead with the legal process with regard to the demolition of a shopping mall, allegedly belonging to the underworld don, Dawood Ibrahim. The order for demolition of the ...
OBCs quota hiked in M.P.
BHOPAL, JULY 1.The Madhya Pradesh Government has issued a notification to increase the reservation for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) to 27 per cent in the State. The notification, which was issued yesterday, had come into force with immediate ...
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