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Sunday, June 27, 2004
NDA memo to Governor on rising crime graph
PATNA, JUNE 26.A delegation of the Opposition National Democratic Alliance (NDA) MLAs today called on Bihar Governor Rama Jois to voice their concern over spiralling crime graph in the State and sought his intervention to tone up law and order. ...
Speaker's action illegal, say disqualified MLAs
NEW DELHI, JUNE 26. Six disqualified MLAs of Haryana today accused the State Assembly Speaker, Satbir Singh Kadian, of misusing his constitutional position by disqualifying them under the anti-defection law. They have now decided to lodge ...
'A historic decision'
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 26.The president of the Haryana unit of the Indian National Lok Dal, Ashok Arora, today said that the decision of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha Speaker, Satbir Singh Kadiyan, to disqualify six MLAs under the anti-defection law was ...
'Model Code affected rehabilitation'
BHOPAL, JUNE 26.The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Uma Bharti, today admitted that the initiative to rehabilitate the residents of Harsud town, which is getting submerged by the Indira Sagar dam, could not proceed on the fast track due to the ...
'UPA Govt. undermining country's security'
BHOPAL, JUNE 26.The Madhya Pradesh BJP today accused the UPA government of undermining India's security and prestige besides being the first regime with two parallel centres of power. "A National Security Week shall be observed in the State ...
Government to regularise services of part-time staff in hospitals
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 26. The Pondicherry Health Minister, E.Valsaraj, today announced that the Government has decided to regularise the services of part-time staff in the Government hospitals in a phased manner and appealed to the employees in the ...
Leaders express concern at `rise in crime rate'
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 26. Leaders of the opposition block as well as the president of the ruling Congress pradesh committee, V. Narayanasamy, have expressed concern over the `unchecked rise in serious crimes' in the Union Territory of Pondicherry. ...
`Provide quota for children of Government staff in schools'
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 26. Members of the Coordination Committee of the Central Government Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Employees Associations today went on a token fast near the Head Post office here in support of their demand that the ...
JALANDHAR, JUNE 26.The Chief Editor of Punjabi daily Akali Patrika, Ratnesh Singh Sodhi, has sought the intervention of the Punjab State Human Rights Commission (PSHRC) following the incident where he was roughed up by a municipal joint ...
Khurana on his way out?
JAIPUR, JUNE 26.It was business as usual or at least it appeared to be at Raj Bhavan here today where its present incumbent, Madan Lal Khurana, is said to be under notice to quit his gubernatorial post. Even when rumours were ...
Uneasy calm at Raj Bhavan
JAIPUR, JUNE 26.It was business as usual -- or at least it appeared to be -- at Raj Bhavan here today where its present incumbent, Madan Lal Khurana, is said to be under notice to quit his gubernatorial post. Even when rumours were rife over ...
NCW raps Uttaranchal Govt.
DEHRADUN, JUNE 26. The National Commission for Women has once again condemned the Uttaranchal Government for "illegal confinement and suppression of freedom of expression" of Jenny who is kept in confinement since one-and-a-half-year on the ...
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