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Monday, July 19, 2004
BJP MLAs resign from Assembly
Maid rescued from torture
A boost to Digvijay camp
BHOPAL, JULY 18.The appointment of the former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Digvijay Singh, and the former Congress MP from Khajuraho and AICC Spokesman, Satyavrat Chaturvedi, as All-India Congress Committee (AICC) General Secretaries along ...
Proposal to replace thatched roofs in Pondy schools
PONDICHERRY, JULY 18. A proposal has been finalised by the Government to ensure that schools running classes in thatched sheds were provided pucca structures, according to an informed source here today. An emergency meeting convened recently ...
Ministerial staff to launch agitations
PONDICHERRY, JULY 18. Members of the Pondicherry Ministerial Staff Federation will hold dharnas in front of Chief Secretariat complex here on July 21 and the Assembly on July 28 in support of their demands. This was resolved at the Federation's ...
'Abolish service tax'
PONDICHERRY, JULY 18. The Pondicherry Goods Transporters Association has urged the Centre to drop its move to impose service tax on goods transport companies as `it is a draconian measure `. Addressing newsmen here on Saturday, the president of ...
Work for the welfare of the poor, law students told
PONDICHERRY, JULY18. Judge of the Madras High Court and Executive Chairman of Union Territory of Pondicherry Legal Services Authority, Justice M. Karpaga Vinayagam has called upon the law college students to ensure that they acted in tandem with ...
Telecom employees oppose hike in FDI cap
PONDICHERRY, JULY 18. The three-day meeting of the Extended Central Executive Committee of the BSNL Employees Union (which began on Saturday) today called upon the workers to stand united and protest against the hike proposed in the Central ...
JD (U) may review ties with NDA
JAIPUR, JULY 18.The Janata Dal (United) is planning to reconsider its continuation in the National Democratic Alliance. The national working committee of the party, scheduled to meet in Delhi for two days from July 31, will review the present ...
Some PSUs make profit, some loss
Panchayat elections begin
AGARTALA, JULY 18. Polling for the three-tier panchayat elections began here today amid tight security, even as heavy rains lashed many parts of Tripura. Polling in the rural and semi-urban areas to elect 5,352 representatives in 513 gram ...
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