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Thursday, July 31, 2003
Not music to their ears
PATNA, JULY 30. The members of the Bihar Legislative Assembly are upset over Bhojpuri songs lampooning the current state of affairs, particularly the ones directed at them, and have sought a ban on all such audio-cassettes. The Samata Party ...
Anti-Muslim charges at probe hearings
AHMEDABAD, JULY 30. The phenomenon of ``Islamic terrorism'' was sought to be projected before the Nanavati-Shah Commission inquiring into last year's Godhra train carnage and the post-Godhra communal riots in Gujarat, during the commission's ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Dal lake 'dwellers' to be relocated
JAMMU, JULY 30. The Jammu and Kashmir Government has decided to formulate a comprehensive scheme for rehabilitating the "dwellers" of Srinagar's world-famous Dal lake at Chandpora in phases. Reviewing the progress of the "Dal Development" project ...
Near-total response to Mumbai bandh call
MUMBAI, JULY 30. A bandh call given by the Shiv Sena-BJP to protest the ``failure'' of the Maharashtra Government to curb the spate of bomb blasts in metropolitan Mumbai and a simultaneous protest on the same grounds by Muslim organisations met ...
'Gelatine used in Mumbai blast'
MUMBAI, JULY 30. Contrary to earlier disclosures, the explosive used on a bus on Monday night was not a mix of potassium chlorate, ammonium nitrate, sugar and sulphuric acid but gelatine with an electronic timer. Earlier, the mix weighing ...
Attempt by BJP to sell old wine in new bottle
NEW DELHI, JULY 30. The "Disaster Plan of Delhi'', as the new Master Plan of Delhi is now being referred to by experts and planners, is a result of the Delhi BJP president, Madan Lal Khurana's failure to get his Vision-2003 promises fulfilled by ...
Budget session postponed
LUCKNOW, JULY 30.The Uttar Pradesh Government today decided to postpone the budget session of the State legislature by three weeks in an apparent bid to overcome the internal problems of the ruling Bahujan Samaj Party-Bharatiya Janata Party ...
No-trust motion against Jogi Govt. defeated
RAPUR, JULY 30. The Chhattisgarh Assembly late last night defeated a no-confidence motion, moved by the Bharatiya Janata Party, against the 33- month old Ajit Jogi Government. The motion, moved by Leader of the Opposition Nandkumar Sai, was ...
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