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THE HINDU wishes its readers a
HAPPY PONGAL and SANKRANTI

Our office will remain closed today on account of Pongal and there will be no edition dated 16th January 2004. The News Updates of The Hindu will resume on Friday morning.

Sangma sticks to stand
NEW DELHI, JAN. 14. Even as the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and the Congress inched closer to a tie-up ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, with the leaders of the two parties Sharad Pawar and Sonia Gandhi slated to meet over tea tomorrow, the ...

Sonia, Pawar to meet today
BANGALORE, JAN. 14. The All-India Congress Committee (AICC) spokesman, S. Jaipal Reddy, has expressed the hope that the Congress would be able to enter into an alliance for the Lok Sabha polls with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), led by ...

U.P. decision to abolish 9 districts sparks violence
LUCKNOW, JAN. 14. The Uttar Pradesh Government's decision to abolish nine districts today resulted in violent protests, including uprooting of railway tracks, across most places in the State and the police opened fire to disperse mobs. The BJP ...

PETER ROEBUCK: FROM DOWN UNDER
Ganguly's side has made a bold statement
HOBART, JAN. 14. India continues to take Australia by surprise. Not everything went according to plan in a routine victory over a sorely stretched Zimbabwean side but Sourav Ganguly's outfit played well enough to indicate that the finals of this ...

More economic initiatives likely, FDI limit to be increased
NEW DELHI, JAN. 14. The decision to go in for early general elections notwithstanding, the Central Government is unrelenting in its effort to unveil more economic policy initiatives before the model code of conduct comes into force. A Cabinet ...

Fernandes injured
PATNA, JAN. 14.The Defence Minister, George Fernandes, suffered minor injuries when his car rammed a stationary truck on the Fatuha-Biharsharif national highway last night. He was on his way to the Rajgir Circuit House after attending a function ...



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