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Monday, December 01, 2003
Schemes for water, soil conservation launched
SHIMLA, NOV 30. The Himachal Pradesh government has launched schemes for soil and water conservation besides bringing more areas under assured irrigation. The two-pronged strategy envisaged construction of small check dams, wire crates, ...
Jammu & Kashmir
`Operation Sangam' for Kashmiri children
SRINAGAR, NOV 30.Fifteen-year-old Asif Khan from a remote village near Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir Valley could hardly believe that his longing to visit other parts of the country was coming true as he along with other children embarked on a ...
Congress candidate hurt in group clash
Money, muscle, mobiles for `better booth management'
NEW DELHI, NOV. 30.Elaborate arrangements have been made by political parties and candidates for better booth management as polling gets underway in all the 70 Assembly constituencies here on Monday morning. Besides hiring pehalwans and musclemen ...
Leaders take a break from election grind
NEW DELHI, NOV. 30.For Delhi's Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, the hectic campaigning might have come to an end but the battle of nerves has just begun. Though not completely out of the election mode, she got some time today to mingle with her ...
Congress likely to lose some weight
CPI (M) hopeful of increasing its tally
JAIPUR, NOV. 30.The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has claimed that it would improve its presence in the Rajasthan Assembly in the coming elections. The party, which is fighting in 18 seats, expects to improve its tally from one seat at ...
Power workers threaten agitation against new policy
LUCKNOW, NOV 30.Even as the Uttar Pradesh Development Council finalised a new power policy for the state, power employees' unions have threatened an agitation alleging the policy ``caters to the needs of the industrialists.''. The new policy is ...
Checkposts to curb smuggling of agro products
LUCKNOW, NOV 30.While admitting that inter-State smuggling of agricultural products resulted in a huge revenue loss, the Uttar Pradesh government today said it would create additional check posts to curb the practice. Addressing newspersons ...
West Bengal civic polls peaceful
KOLKATA, NOV. 30. Elections in four municipalities and byelections in wards in six others passed off peacefully today, barring a few stray incidents. The average turn-out of voters was 70 per cent, the West Bengal Election Commissioner, Ajoy ...
Keen contest expected in Chhattisgarh
RAIPUR, NOV. 30. A keen contest is expected in the election for 90 Assembly seats in Chhattisgarh where 1.35-crore voters will decide the fate of 819 aspirants tomorrow. The main rivals in the State's first political battle are the Congress and ...
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