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Thursday, October 30, 2003
No alternative to Vajpayee, so Chautala will stick to NDA
BSP heading for split in M.P.
BHOPAL, OCT. 29.The Madhya Pradesh unit of Bahujan Samaj Party today came closer to a vertical split with the expulsion of two former State unit chiefs, Phool Singh Baraiya and Sant Kumar. The newly appointed State unit BSP president, P.P. ...
Cotton procurement price up
MUMBAI, OCT. 29.The Congress,NCP-led Democratic Front Government in Maharashtra today increased the cotton procurement price, from Rs. 2,300 to Rs. 2,500 a quintal. Earlier, the Government had formulated a complex scheme based on the Central ...
BJP plans protest
MUMBAI, OCT. 29.Notwithstanding the Maharashtra Government raising the cotton procurement price from Rs. 2,300 to Rs. 2,500 a quintal, the BJP said today that it would go ahead with its agitation for a better deal for cotton growers. The State ...
Congress panel working on final list
NEW DELHI, OCT. 29. Taking the process of selection of candidates for the Delhi Assembly elections further, the Screening Committee headed by the senior Congress leader, Motilal Vora, today exchanged notes and held discussions with the four ...
NSUI plans Internet campaign
NEW DELHI, OCT. 29.With Assembly elections just about a month away, the Congress is all set to woo the city's youngsters, their way. It may be vigorous campaigning and canvassing when it comes to capturing the vote bank of the `experienced' lot, ...
Felling trees, DDA way
NEW DELHI, OCT. 29.In an apparent case of saviours turning destroyers, the Delhi Development Authority has been accused of illegally felling some trees in Nehru Place Greens here on Diwali eve. The accusation has come from Paharpur Business ...
Rajasthan machinery geared for fair polls
Third front in tatters in Rajasthan
Bengal Govt. to restrict rallies
KOLKATA, OCT. 29.With a view to ensuring that the right to protest is not cause for public inconvenience, the West Bengal Government has prepared a list of proposals aimed at restricting processions and rallies in Kolkata. The proposals were laid ...
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