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Talks only if Pakistan ends terrorism: PM
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today admitted that by and large the ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) had been successful and infiltration had come down, but said that for a meaningful bilateral dialogue ...
10 p.c. equity in ONGC, GAIL to be sold
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23.In a bid to keep the fiscal deficit under control, the Government tonight decided to sell off 10 per cent equity in the blue chip oil companies the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and the Gas Authority of India ...
Gear up for polls, Sonia tells partymen
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23.The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today emphasised the need for the party to work "collectively and cohesively" to meet the challenges ahead, including possible early Lok Sabha elections, instead of sulking over the debacle ...
Water sharing as per tribunal verdict: Union Minister
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. The Minister for Water Resources, Arjun Charan Sethi, today said sharing of Cauvery waters would be done as per the verdict of the tribunal, which was now hearing the matter. Replying to supplementaries during question hour ...
Target of ire
MUMBAI, DEC. 23. Scores of activists of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) armed with hockey sticks and iron bars ransacked the office of Zee Network in the western suburb of Andheri here today because the network had shown in poor light their ...
Lt. Governor of Pondy
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. N.N. Jha, who is holding the charge of Lieutenant-Governor of Andaman and Nicobar islands, has been appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Pondicherry. Prof. Ramchandra Gnash Apse has been posted Lt. Governor of Andaman and ...
KLO issues `quit notice'
GUWAHATI, DEC. 23. In the wake of the offensive by the Royal Bhutan Army, the banned Kamtapur Liberation Organisation (KLO) today issued a `quit notice' to the Bhutias residing at Kamtapur in north Bengal. PTI ...
Free-sale sugar quota
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23.The Centre today released 10.5 lakh tonnes of sugar for January, 10.5 lakh tonnes for February and 10 lakh tonnes for March, 2004 as quotas for indigenous free sale. With the levy quota of 2 lakh tonnes released for each of ...
To withdraw case
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23.Hoping to get a favourable compensation package from the Government, cellular operators tonight decided to withdraw their case in the Supreme Court challenging the limited mobile services, offered by the basic telecom ...
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