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Sunday, October 12, 2003
Kin of 6 Godhra victims to get compensation
AHMEDABAD, OCT. 11. The Railway Claims Tribunal here would pay Rs. 4 lakhs each to the families of six of the 59 victims of the Godhra train carnage of February 27 last year, official sources said here today. Nearly 20 months after the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Caught between two nations
JAMMU, OCT. 11. Raja Mohd. Khan (92) wants to die and be buried in his homeland. But with the India-Pakistan imbroglio and confusion over his legal status, his wish may not be fulfilled. Raja's story summarises the fate of thousands of people ...
M.P. Government's move to waive power bills of ryots challenged
BHOPAL, OCT. 11. The Madhya Pradesh High Court has admitted a public interest litigation petition on the Government's recent decision to waive electricity bills of farmers using irrigation pumps up to 5 HP and the single-point consumers belonging ...
Sugar coops agree to cut costs
MUMBAI, OCT. 11. The Centre's willingness to allow the Maharashtra Government to borrow Rs. 947 crores from the open market to help sugar cooperatives pay the statutory minimum price for sugarcane is being seen as a belated gesture.However, it ...
Fight against terror should not disregard basics of law, says IBA
NEW DELHI, OCT. 11. The International Bar Association (IBA) has called upon countries not to use the threat of terrorism as a "ruse" to restrict the right to freedom of expression, religion and opinion. In its report on international ...
Robbery in train, NRI dead
LUDHIANA, OCT. 11. A London-based non-resident Indian, Balwant Singh, 54, died while five members of his family fell unconscious after taking `pedas' offered by a co-traveller in the Punjab Mail somewhere near Bareilly, the victims and railway ...
Gehlot alleges discrimination in fund allocation for highways
JAIPUR, OCT. 11. The Rajasthan Government has alleged discrimination against it by the Union Ministry for Surface Transport and Highways in making allocations from the Central Road Fund. The State has taken serious exception to the stoppage of ...
Varsity libraries to be linked with digital sites
JAIPUR, OCT. 11.The libraries and faculties of all the universities across the country will soon be connected with the digital mirror sites to make available research papers published in over 400 international journals on various subjects free of ...
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