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Monday, July 14, 2003
3 Kukis gunned down
IMPHAL, JULY 13. Personnel of the 14 Assam Rifles gunned down three Kuki tribals during an exchange of fire early today at Saprameina in Senapati district. Sources said that during combing operations the militants opened fire and in ...
BJP to go it alone in Haryana
SONEPAT, JULY 13. The Haryana BJP has ruled out any electoral alliance with the ruling Indian National Lok Dal in the next Assembly elections in the State and said the party would go it alone and present itself as an alternative to the INLD, the ...
Plant trees and get job, Chautala tells youth
CHANDIGARH, JULY. 13.The Om Prakash Chautala regime in Haryana has decided to promote afforestation in a unique way. It has decided to give Government jobs on priority basis to educated unemployed youth who will successfully plant 1,000 ...
Work with dedication, officials told
CHANDIGARH, JULY. 13.The Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, today called upon the Haryana Civil Services officers to work with dedication for the integral development of the State and at the same time assured them that their ...
Jammu & Kashmir
NC will not ally with any party, says Omar
JAMMU, JULY 13. The National Conference (NC) president, Omar Abdullah, today termed the severing off of its five-year-old ties with the National Democratic Alliance a new political beginning and said the NC would not ally with any party for the ...
An apology to Mufti
JAMMU, JULY 13.The National Conference president, Omar Abdullah, has offered an unconditional apology to the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, for alleging that some medical equipment had been shifted to his residence for ...
New Hurriyat chief calls for truce
JAMMU, JULY 13. The newly elected All Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC) chairman, Molvi Abbas Ansari, today called for a ceasefire by the militants and the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir to give peace a chance and to bring immediate relief ...
Centre mum on Bhopal laboratory
BHOPAL, JULY 13.The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Digvijay Singh, had strongly contested the Union Agriculture Ministry's decision to merge the High Security Animal Disease Laboratory (HSADL) located in the State capital with the Indian ...
RPI protest over advertisement
MUMBAI, JULY 13. The Republican Party of India today staged demonstrations and blocked roads in various parts of the city to protest against the alleged use of the Buddha's picture by a private company for propagating ayurvedic sex stimulant ...
India's attitude affecting trade, says Bangladesh
SHILLONG, JULY 13. Bangladeshi businessmen think India's "big-brotherly" attitude towards their country is a major irritant to Indo-Bangladesh trade relations, according to Amir Humayun Mahmud Chowdhury, president of the Chittagong Chamber of ...
SHILLONG, JULY 13.Two memoranda of understanding were signed between the North-East Federation on International Trade and the Chambers of Commerce and Industries of Chittagong and Sylhet at the end of a two-day seminar on export-promotion here on ...
Bailout package for Vayudoot on the cards
NEW DELHI, JULY 13.The Central Government is soon to consider a proposal to write off nearly Rs.180 crores, which was the loss accumulated by the Vayudoot, the failed feeder airline which was merged into Indian Airlines in 1993. Though the ...
No end to power woes
NEW DELHI, JULY 13. The Capital seems to be reeling under a severe power crisis following the heavy rain that lashed the city this week. Thousands of residents across the city have gone without electricity for more than 24 hours at a stretch. ...
Tie-up with Nepal police to help tackle crime
NEW DELHI, JULY 13. There is some good news for the Delhi police as their Nepal counterparts have agreed to share intelligence on crime and criminals with the Central Bureau of Investigation and the Delhi police. The agencies would use Interpol ...
Suicide rate surpasses population growth rate
KOLKATA, JULY 13. The incidence of suicide rose at a compound growth rate of 4 per cent surpassing the compound population growth of 1.9 per cent during the last decade of the second millennium in India. During the decade, 1990 to 2000, the ...
Rain claims four in lives in Haryana
CHANDIGARH, JULY 13.Most of the northern region received fresh spell of rains early today causing mercury to drop sharply and claiming lives of four in two separate incidents in Haryana. A woman and her two children were killed when the roof ...
Training programme a huge success: MLAs
CHANDIGARH, JULY 13The BJP legislators from five northern states where the party is out of power attending the three-day training programme here have termed the camp a ``huge success'', saying ``it has provided us new energy to recommit and ...
Inquiry into computer education scandal demanded
DEHRA DUN, JULY 13.Terming it as a ``computer education scandal'', Opposition parties in Uttaranchal have demanded a high-level probe into the State Government's decision of charging two different rates for Master of Computer Applications (MCA) ...
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