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5 more killed
DIPHU (ASSAM), DEC. 3.Three more Karbis and two activists of the Kuki Revolutionary Army have been killed in the Karbi Anglong district of Assam, taking the toll in the continuing ethnic clashes to 15. The Superintendent of Police, Abdul ...

Jammu & Kashmir
Steps to resume Samjhauta service brings cheer
JAMMU, DEC. 3. The initiative to resume the Samjhauta express between India and Pakistan has brought cheer to the divided families, particularly in Jammu region. Although the road links between the two countries were opened many months ago, ...

Madhya Pradesh
Gas victims continue to suffer
BHOPAL, DEC. 3.The families of over 7,000 killed by the poisonous gas that had leaked from the Union Carbide plant here on the intervening of December 2 and 3 in 1984 have received monetary compensation under a final settlement approved by the ...
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  • Repolling at 73 centres

    Congress loses Mumbai, Nagpur seats in Council
    MUMBAI, DEC. 3.In a major setback to the Congress, the party lost both the Mumbai and Nagpur local bodies seats in the Maharashtra Legislative Council. The Shiv Sena and the Bharatiya Janata Party were determined to win both the seats to be ...
    From the valley to the sea
    MUMBAI, DEC. 3.Parvaiz Ahmed Bhatt could not believe his ears when Commander Sanjay Roy told him that what looked like a long steel tube could dive deep into the sea and fire at and sink a hostile ship far away. Parvaiz, a Class X student from ...
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  • Shinde for transparent probe into fake stamp paper scam

    Zoramthanga to be sworn in today
    AWL, DEC. 3. Zoramthanga, former insurgent leader, who led the Mizo National Front (MNF) to victory in the Mizoram Assembly elections, will be sworn-in Chief Minister tomorrow, for a second successive term. Mr. Zoramthanga, told newsmen here ...

    New Delhi
    Congress shows the door to anti-party workers
    NEW DELHI, DEC. 3.The tough stand taken by the senior Congress leader in charge of the party's Delhi affairs, Ahmed Patel, on upholding discipline within the ranks has resulted in the expulsion of seven sitting Congress Councillors here ...
    Sheila fears violence by BJP
    NEW DELHI, DEC. 3.Tension gripped the Gole Market Assembly constituency on the eve of counting of votes as the Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, wrote to the Lieutenant-Governor, Vijay Kapoor, expressing apprehension of possible violence by ...
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  • MCD plans new taxes to spruce up Capital
  • CISF to deploy quick reaction teams at airports

    Hearing on Badals' bail plea put off
    CHANDIGARH, DEC. 3.The Special Additional District and Sessions Judge, S.K. Goel, today put off till December 5 the hearing on a petition for regular bail submitted by former Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and his son Sukhbir Singh ...
    Amarinder regrets use of aircraft
    CHANDIGARH, DEC. 3. The Punjab Chief Minister, Amarinder Singh, has ``regretted'' the ``unintentional'' use of State plane during the Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, official sources said today. In his reply to the show cause notice of ...

    Record turnout in repolling
    JAIPUR, DEC. 3.Repolling for the Assembly elections at 41 polling centres falling in 22 constituencies spread over 12 districts in Rajasthan was held peacefully today with a high turnout of voters. The highest voting was recorded at an ...

    Uttar Pradesh
    Ayodhya Muslims form trust
    LUCKNOW, DEC. 3. The Ayodhya Jama Masjid Trust, a body set up by a group of Muslims at Ayodhya, has initiated fresh negotiations with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad and associated Hindu organisations to resolve the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid ...
    Major gains for Samajwadi Party in Council polls
    LUCKNOW, DEC. 3. The Samajwadi Party today registered another major victory by capturing 21 out of 32 seats in the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council elections from local bodies constituencies, results of which were declared till this ...

    West Bengal
    Congress, Trinamool MLAs walk out of Assembly
    KOLKATA, DEC. 3. For the second successive day today, Congress and Trinamool Congress legislators walked out of the West Bengal Assembly and boycotted the proceedings for a while, protesting the Speaker's refusal to admit an adjournment motion ...

    Electronic naval charts ready
    DEHRA DUN, DEC. 3.Electronic Navigational Charts of the Indian waters have been produced and will be released soon for increased marine safety by the Naval Hydrographic Department. Disclosing this here on the eve of Navy Day today, the Chief ...

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