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Thursday, January 08, 2004
BJP looking out for more allies `to isolate Congress'
NEW DELHI, JAN. 7. The Bharatiya Janata Party has claimed that it will win 300 Lok Sabha seats on its own and get a two-thirds majority with its allies and this is not preventing it from trying to pick up more allies big and small ...
NCP working committee meeting advanced
NEW DELHI, JAN. 7. The all-important meeting of the Nationalist Congress Party Working Committee, will now be held on January 14 in the capital. It had earlier been scheduled for January 25. The decision comes amid rising speculation over the ...
Govt. compiling list of `achievements'
NEW DELHI, JAN. 7. It is now more or less official. While a formal decision is yet to be taken on whether the Lok Sabha elections should be advanced, the Information & Broadcasting Ministry has been asked to put together the ``unique initiatives ...
CPI hails Islamabad Declaration
NEW DELHI, JAN. 7.The Communist Party of India today said that agreement between India and Pakistan for the resumption of a composite dialogue on all bilateral issues, including that of Jammu and Kashmir, was a positive step and suggested that ...
Encourage entrepreneurship: Kalam
NEW DELHI, JAN. 7.The President, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, today called upon industry to encourage entrepreneurship to achieve an economic growth of 10 per cent and help the country in eliminating poverty. "We have to graduate to 10 per cent GDP ...
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