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Tuesday, November 18, 2003
Cong., Left attack U.P. affidavit
NEW DELHI. NOV. 17. The Uttar Pradesh Government's affidavit in the Supreme Court in the Babri Masjid case has raised the hackles of its allies and opponents alike. The Congress spokesperson, S. Jaipal Reddy, said here today that the party was ...
Judev has quit but Jogi has not, says BJP
NEW DELHI, NOV. 17. A meeting at the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee's residence this morning reviewed the political fallout of the Judev affair on the Assembly elections and concluded that it would be best to brazen it out by occupying the ...
Judev quit on moral grounds: Rajnath Singh
RAIPUR, NOV. 17. The Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests, Dilip Singh Judev, has resigned on "moral grounds" and not under pressure from the Centre, the Union Agriculture Minister, Rajnath Singh, who is in charge of the Bharatiya ...
'Mumbai police chief was not asked to go on leave'
MUMBAI, NOV. 17. The Maharashtra Chief Minister, Sushilkumar Shinde, today denied that the Government had asked the controversial Mumbai Police Commissioner, Ranjit Singh Sharma, to go on leave. Mr. Shinde said the Government could not force ...
Curbing press freedom is political terrorism: Bitta
CHENNAI, NOV. 17. "Political terrorism" in the form of stifling of the Opposition and the press is a trend that has started in Tamil Nadu. This trend is spreading to other States such as Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, the chairman of the All-India ...
Assam bandh total, passes off peacefully
GUWAHATI, NOV. 17. The Assam bandh called by the All-Assam Students' Union (AASU) passed off peacefully today, barring stray incidents. The bandh was total in the city. Ten houses belonging to Hindi-speaking people were torched near the ...
Open up high-tech market, U.S. tells India
CHENNAI, NOV. 17.Export controls imposed by the United States on products incorporating dual-use technologies have eased considerably in the past two years and they do not pose a hurdle to the expansion of bilateral trade in high-tech goods with ...
'Mysore' and `Madras' as affiliates
MUMBAI, NOV. 17. INS Mysore, the most modern destroyer of the Navy, part of the Western Fleet, and the Madras Regiment, one of the oldest and highly decorated infantry regiments of the Army, established an affiliation here today. A Charter of ...
Conflict yields dividends only for vested interests: Asma Jehangir
MUMBAI, NOV. 17. The United Nations Special Rapporteur on Extra-judicial Killings is one of the many hats the fiery and determined human rights activist from Pakistan, Asma Jehangir, wears. In Mumbai to attend a closed-door meeting of jurists ...
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