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Tuesday, November 25, 2003
U.K. freeze on Quattrocchi accounts upheld
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24.The Queen's Bench Division of the London High Court today dismissed the application of Ottavio Quattrocchi, wanted by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in the Bofors case, for discharge of the restraint order issued by ...
Manmohan seeks larger deployment
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24.Dissatisfied with the strength of the Central forces sent to Assam to assist the State Government tackle the violence, the senior Congressman and Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha, Manmohan Singh, met the Prime ...
Centre did not give enough forces to Assam, says Laloo
GUWAHATI, NOV. 24.The Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo, Laloo Prasad Yadav, who arrived here today "to assess the Assam situation," ridiculed the BJP leaders for blaming the recent anti-Bihari killings in Assam on Pakistan, the ISI and ...
Three more Biharis killed
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An inadvertent error, Congress tells EC
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. The Congress today admitted that the Chhattisgarh Chief Minister, Ajit Jogi, and the Speaker, Srinivas Tiwari, had used the State aircraft twice between October 6 and 12 the dates specified by the Election Commission ...
6 more nabbed in CAT paper leak case
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. Six more persons were arrested in Delhi and Pune in connection with the leakage of question papers for Common Admission Test for Indian Institutes of Management even as the CBI today did not rule out the possibility of probe ...
Joshi appoints ex-CAG for parallel probe
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. Even as the CBI carried on with its investigations into the question paper leakage scam, the Union Human Resource Development Minister, Murli Manohar Joshi, today decided to institute a parallel inquiry by the former ...
`Nation has lost an eminent political personality'
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. An emergency meeting of the Union Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today condoled the death of the Union Minister, Murasoli Maran, and, said that in his passing away, the Cabinet had lost an ...
A shining moment in Maran's political career
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. Maran was the South's most amiable face in the Capital. Since 1967 he was witness to many ups and downs. There was this one shining moment in Murasoli Maran's long political innings in the nation's Capital when he made a ...
He protected India's economic interests
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. The highlight of Murasoli Maran's tenure as Minister was his performance at the Doha ministerial conference of the World Trade Organisation when he became globally known as a tough negotiator protecting India's economic ...
Re-exam: decision tomorrow
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 24. A meeting of the directors of all the six Indian Institutes of Management will be held at IIM, Ahmedabad, on Wednesday to take a decision on re-scheduling the Common Admission Test (CAT). A meeting of the admission ...
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