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Monday, September 29, 2003
A busy period begins for ISRO
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 28.The successful launch of India's latest communications satellite, the INSAT-3E, on an Ariane 5 rocket in the early hours of today marks the beginning of a busy period for the Indian Space Research Organisation. A ...
Yasminbanu records statement with police
VADODARA, SEPT. 28.Yasminbanu, sister-in-law of the key witness, Zahira, in the Best Bakery case, who had claimed that innocent people were named in the case, yesterday recorded her statement with police. Yasminbanu, who had earlier demanded ...
CNG network in Gujarat
GANDHINAGAR, SEPT. 28.The southern and central parts of Gujarat are expected to be ready with a network of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations by the end of the next year for use in the transport sector. The State-owned Gujarat State ...
Indian manpower for mega nuclear project
MUMBAI, SEPT. 28.India is supplying critical scientific manpower and high-tech components needed for building a Large Hadron Collider (LHC) an accelerator used in particle physics research a mega scientific project of the European ...
Power privatisation issue haunts Sheila Govt.
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 28.The issue of privatisation of the power sector in Delhi often raised by the Delhi BJP and its leader, Madan Lal Khurana, has come to haunt the Congress Government in Delhi again. Although, the latest salvo by Mr. Khurana, in ...
Meet on new HIV prevention options
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 28. A two-day national meet of policy makers will consider the possibilities of developing new methods for prevention of HIV/AIDS that would be under the direct control of women. Presently, condom is the only preventive method ...
DDA to outsource rent collection through banks
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 28. The Delhi Development Authority has decided to outsource collection of ground rent through some designated banks to facilitate allottees that hold its leasehold properties. The DDA will soon select banks for the same through ...
Search for meteorite remnants continues
BHUBANESWAR, SEPT. 28.The search for the remnants of the huge meteorite which sped across the sky in the coastal Orissa last night continued today amid reports of villagers in Kendrapara district stumbling upon two strange objects ...
Mulayam discusses Cabinet expansion with Ajit Singh
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 28.With a view to expanding his Council of Ministers, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, today had a meeting here with his coalition partner, Ajit Singh, who heads the Rashtriya Lok Dal. Mr. Yadav, who has ...
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