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Wednesday, November 12, 2003
Learn from ASEAN, says PM
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11. Without mentioning Pakistan, the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today inaugurated the third South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Information Ministers' Conference here today with a call to the ...
PM on `Ram rekha'
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11. The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today reminded everyone that there is a "Lakshman rekha" that should not be crossed. He was responding to a question on the current standoff between The Hindu and the ...
Steps planned to reduce tension with Pak. in the sea
NEW DELHI, NOV 11. India will shortly propose several measures, including a permanent hotline, flag meetings aboard ships and common fishing zones, to reduce tensions with Pakistan on the high seas. The Government has asked the Coast Guard to ...
AIDWA spells out stand on proposed amendment to Factory Act
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11. The All-India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) has written to the chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee for the Labour Ministry spelling out its stand on the proposed amendment to the Factory Act to permit ...
Sonia to launch election campaign from Mizoram
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11.The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, will launch the party campaign for the Assembly elections to five States on November 17, with a tour to Mizoram where polling is scheduled three days later. Ms. Gandhi would then hold ...
Tea not a `foodstuff': SC
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11. The Supreme Court has held that "tea" will not come within the meaning of "foodstuff" under the Essential Commodities Act. A Bench, comprising Justice R.C. Lahoti and Justice Ashok Bhan, observed that it was clear that in ...
Journalists fined for contempt of court
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11. The Delhi High Court today convicted, M.J. Akbar, Editor-in-Chief of The Asian Age, three other journalists and the printer and publisher of the daily in a contempt of court case. A Division Bench, comprising Justice ...
Proposal to ease visa regime for SAARC journalists
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11.Information Ministers of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries today unanimously decided to request their respective governments to liberalise the visa regime for the free movement of mediapersons ...
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