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Thursday, March 10, 2005
Two sentenced to death in rape-murder case
GUWAHATI, MARCH 9.The District and Sessions Judge, Kamrup, today sentenced two persons to death for raping and murdering an eight-year old girl from Tripura, here about three years back. The District and Sessions Judge, D.K. Debroy, ordered ...
Law and order Buta Singh's priority
PATNA, MARCH 9.The Bihar Governor, Buta Singh, today said that he would shuffle the bureaucracy to improve the law and order situation in the State. The Governor reviewed the situation with the Chief Secretary, K.A.H. Subramanian, and other ...
Paswan closing gap in popularity stakes: survey
NEW DELHI, MARCH 9. Ram Vilas Paswan is ahead of Nitish Kumar but both are behind the husband-wife team of Lalu Prasad-Rabri Devi in the popularity stakes for running Bihar. A post-poll survey conducted by the Centre for the Study of Developing ...
Anti-Modi revolt gains momentum
GANDHINAGAR, MARCH 9.The anti-Narendra Modi revolt in Gujarat seems to be taking a concrete shape with Bharatiya Janata Party MLAs opposed to him holding a meeting at the residence of the former Chief Minister, Keshubhai Patel, here today. ...
Hooda to expand Ministry today
NEW DELHI, MARCH 9. The Bhupinder Singh Hooda Ministry in Haryana will be expanded tomorrow evening with the induction of 10 Ministers. The Ministers would be administered the oath of office and secrecy at the Raj Bhavan at 5 p.m., the AICC ...
CBI to probe Deoli incident: Virbhadra
SHIMLA, MAR. 9.The Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh, today ordered a CBI inquiry into the Deoli fire incident in Una district in which six members of a family were burnt alive last month. He announced this in the Vidhan Sabha when the BJP leader, ...
Anglo-Indian nominee recommended
RANCHI, MARCH 9. Despite the Supreme Court decision against nomination of an Anglo-Indian member to the Jharkhand Assembly till the vote of confidence, the Cabinet today recommended Alfred George D. Rozario of the community to the post for ...
Jharkhand bandh fails to evoke response
RANCHI, MARCH 9. The Jharkhand Party-sponsored Simdega bandh in the State, protesting the alleged kidnapping of the party MLA, Enos Ekka, by the BJP, failed to evoke any response today. As per the information available here, the main market in ...
Medha "issues notice" to Government on housing
MUMBAI, MARCH 9. Medha Patkar and the National Alliance of People's Movements (NAPM) today issued a public notice to the Maharashtra Government demanding an explanation why land reserved for housing the dispossessed had been handed over to ...
Lakhera urges fishermen to cooperate with government
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 9. The Lt. Governor of Pondicherry, M.M. Lakhera, has called upon fishermen and others affected by the December 26 tsunami in Pondicherry and Karaikal to extend full cooperation to the administration in speeding up ...
11 civil service officers promoted to selection grade
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 9. The Lieutenant Governor has ordered the promotion of 11 Pondicherry Civil Service (PCS) Grade officers to Selection Grade and reshuffled the portfolios of several Secretaries. A Department of Personnel and Administrative ...
Concern over move to introduce anti-conversion Bill
JAIPUR, MARCH 9.Three Bishops in Rajasthan have expressed concern over the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Government's move to introduce an anti-conversion Bill in the State Assembly. The Bishops have said that the Bill would aggravate the sense of ...
BJP's anti-Mulayam rally today
LUCKNOW, MARCH 9.The Uttar Pradesh BJP will hold an anti-Mulayam rally here tomorrow to highlight the failures of the State Government. The BJP general secretary, Pramod Mahajan, would attend the rally in place of the former Prime Minister, ...
Women upset over job distribution
DEHRA DUN, MARCH 9. A large number of women from Uttaranchal, who crusaded for creation of the hill State and faced police brutalities, are sore with the Narain Dutt Tiwari Government for having neglected them and handing over all Government jobs ...
Buddhadeb unfazed by `threat'
KOLKATA, MARCH 9. "It's one of those hazards of the job...but I am not afraid", the West Bengal Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, said reacting to an anonymous message by "some well-wisher" that reportedly was sent to both his Secretariat ...
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