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Tuesday, September 30, 2003
Shimla college turns 100
SHIMLA, SEPT. 29. The Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh, has felicitated the management and teaching fraternity of St. Bede's College, Shimla, for maintaining high academic standards during its long journey of hundred years and making its place ...
Sonia wants women to unseat NDA Govt.
INDORE, SEPT. 29. The Congress President, Sonia Gandhi, today described the BJP-led Central Government as a "disaster'' saying it has weakened the country's security and is neck deep in corruption. She was addressing the "Women's Empowerment ...
Cong. workers vent ire against MLAs
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 29.Sharp differences among the people's elected representatives, senior leaders and those at the grassroots have come out into the open during the Delhi Congress leaders' interactions with the AICC observers. It is learnt that ...
Mukhi demands Sheila's resignation
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 29.The Leader of the Opposition in the Delhi Assembly, Jagdish Mukhi, today demanded resignation of the Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, for committing "grave irregularities" in the process of privatisation of power last year. He ...
`India set to break new ground in medicine'
MOHALI (PUNJAB), SEPT. 29.The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, said today that the country was on the threshold of breaking new ground in the field of research in pharmaceuticals, where it was close to carrying out clinical trials for anti-HIV ...
New railway zone does good business
JAIPUR, SEPT. 29. It is celebration time for the nascent North-West Railway zone, which is going to be one-year old on October 1. Though yet without a roof of its own to call its headquarters here, the new zone-- created after merging Jaipur and ...
BJP gives zero mark for Gehlot
JAIPUR, SEPT. 29. The Rajasthan unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party today released a "chargesheet'' against the Gehlot Government terming the latter's four-and-a-half years tenure as a "painful'' experience for the people. The Congress Government ...
Quality of justice decides nation's progress: Kalam
CHANDIGARH, SEPT. 29. The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, today asserted that the greatest need of the hour was peaceful co-existence of the nations with a powerful United Nations. Inaugurating a two-day International Legal Conference here ...
Investigation `yes', trial-by-media `no'
CHANDIGARH, SEPT. 29.With globalisation exposing the Indian media to the callousness in the functioning of the market at an international level, which provides greater as well as wider access to information, there is a need to understand the ...
Tiwari's assurance to artists
DEHRA DUN, SEPT. 29. The Uttaranchal Chief Minister, Narayan Dutt Tiwari, has assured artists of early formation of a Lalit Kala Academy in the State. Talking to a delegation of eminent artists led by the Minister of State for Industrial ...
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