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Himachal Pradesh
Himachal boycott continues to the last day
SHIMLA, DEC.23.Continuing with their protest, members of the Bharatiya Janata Party group supported by the Him Loktantrik Morcha president, Mohinder Singh Thakur, quietly walked out of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly on the last day of the winter ...

Madhya Pradesh
Envoy sees new vistas in dialogue
BHOPAL, DEC. 23.India's High Commissioner to Fiji, I.S. Chauhan, has said that the country's foreign policy, which has also been looking eastward in the recent past, has opened up new vistas in dialogue between India and the Pacific Islands ...
Explosive device found
BHOPAL, DEC. 23Panic gripped villagers after a suspected improvised explosive device was found at a spot adjoining the venue of a just concluded Muslim congregation at Ghansipura near here today, police said. Superintendent of Police A P ...

New Delhi
`Music washes away the dust from soul'
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. Noting that "music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life", the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, yesterday stressed the need for promoting art and culture by involving non-government organisations while ...
Trio out for `thrills' land in police net
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23.Three young men from well-to-do families have been arrested by the South Delhi police on charges of snatching the purses of old women apparently for thrills. They have allegedly confessed to involvement in about 20 cases, two ...
Bonds, gold recovered from arrested Inspector's locker
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. The Economic Offence Wing (EOW) of the Delhi police Crime Branch claims to have recovered National Savings Certificates (NSCs) worth Rs. 1.05 lakhs, gold ornaments and some documents from a bank locker belonging to Inspector ...
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    Police lathicharge teachers in Bhubaneswar
    BHUBANESWAR, DEC. 23.Fifteen teachers were injured when police resorted to lathicharge, fired rubber bullets and used water cannon on a group of teachers near the Assembly this afternoon. Forty five teachers were taken into custody. The ...

    Cold wave continues
    CHANDIGARH, DEC. 23.Dense fog along with severe cold conditions prevailed in most parts of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh today even as four persons died in the fog-related different accidents in the region. Reports from Hoshiarpur in Punjab ...

    VIP rush to Rajasthan for holiday
    JAIPUR, DEC. 23. If it is "Destination Rajasthan" for the outside world this season, the country's top political leadership is adding on to the year-end mood of high cheer prevailing here. Not yet announced officially though, the Prime Minister, ...
    Haj pilgrims to leave on December 27
    JAIPUR, DEC. 23.The first batch of Haj pilgrims from Rajasthan will leave here for New Delhi by road on December 27. The Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje, will flag off their bus from Jamia Hidayat here 12 hours before the scheduled departure of ...
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  • Rajasthan may sell surplus power

    Uttar Pradesh
    Ministers among witnesses in Madhumita case
    LUCKNOW, DEC. 23.The CBI has named two Uttar Pradesh Ministers, three IPS officers, one IAS officer and several journalists among the 190 witnesses in the Madhumita murder case chargesheet filed against former State Minister Amarmani Tripathi and ...
    Kalam, Vajpayee in U.P. today
    LUCKNOW, DEC. 23.President A P J Abdul Kalam and Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee would be in Uttar Prasdesh tomorrow to participate in different programmes. This would perhaps be for the first time that both the President and the Prime ...
    U.P. officers' sons held in Reliance cell scam
    LUCKNOW, DEC. 23.The Uttar Pradesh police today said it has arrested six people in connection with a Rs 2.65-crore scam involving the use of over 800 Reliance Infocom cell phones to make international calls. Five of the six people arrested are ...
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