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Sunday, October 19, 2003
Four naxals killed
PATNA, OCT. 18. While naxalites killed three brothers in Bihar, police killed four naxalites in Jharkhand. In another incident, miscreants killed six members of a family last night. People's War activists today raided Goharpur village falling ...
`H.P. flooded with investments'
SHIMLA, OCT. 18.Countering Opposition allegations of an inconsistent, visionless approach in developing industry in Himachal Pradesh, the State Industries Minister, Ram Lal Thakur, today asserted that the State is flooded with industrial ...
IAS officers involved in sex racket: NCW
BHOPAL, OCT. 18. The National Commission for Women's chairperson, Poornima Advani, today said after a marathon hearing here that "in the Commission's opinion very senior IAS officers who have come before us are implicated in a sex racket in the ...
State officials face probe
KOHIMA, OCT. 18. The Nagaland Additional Chief Secretary, Lalthara will hold an inquiry against three officials in Dimapur in connection with a case of assault on a German tourist there, official sources said today. An assistant sub-inspector ...
Chemist questioned for selling AIIMS drugs
NEW DELHI, OCT. 18.The Anti-Corruption Department of the Government questioned a chemist shop owner on Friday on a complaint by the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences that he had illegally procured medicines meant only for supply and ...
Antony to go by high command decision
NEW DELHI, OCT. 18.Amid demands for his ouster/resignation, the Kerala Chief Minister, A. K. Antony, today said there was no question of his ``quitting'' office on his own, but indicated that he would if asked to step down by the Congress high ...
Shekhawat's meetings raise a lot of dust
JAIPUR, OCT. 18.The shadow -- or is it what they call "chhatra chhaya'' -- of Bhairon Singh Shekhawat continues to hover over Rajasthan politics even after his becoming the Vice-President of the country, according to political observers ...
Dalits seek equal rights
JAIPUR, OCT. 18.Dalit organisations of Rajasthan have released a 20-point agenda and demanded its inclusion in the manifestoes of all political parties for the forthcoming Assembly elections, saying it would provide them with an opportunity to ...
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