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Saturday, March 13, 2004
Supreme Court admits Gujarat's appeal in Best Bakery case
NEW DELHI, MARCH 12.The Supreme Court today admitted an appeal filed by the Gujarat Government challenging a High Court order acquitting all the 21 accused in the "Best Bakery case" in which they were accused of burning alive 14 persons during ...
List will throw up surprises, says Congress chief
GANDHINAGAR, MARCH 12. The Gujarat Congress president, B.K. Gadhvi, has expressed the confidence that his party would be able to win between 15-20 of the 26 Lok Sabha seats in the State. Speaking to The Hindu before leaving for Delhi to ...
Hectic activity in Congress camps
Jammu & Kashmir
J&K Council chairman justifies decision on Bill
JAMMU, MARCH 12. A day after he adjourned the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council sine die while keeping the controversial Permanent Resident (Disqualification) Bill 2004 pending for the next session, the Chairman, Abdul Rashid Dar, ...
Sonia to attend Cong.-JMM talks
RANCHI, MARCH 12.The final round of talks between the Congress and the JMM to resolve differences over seat-sharing in Rajmahal and Koderma Lok Sabha constituencies have been put off for tomorrow. The Congress chief, Sonia Gandhi, would be ...
M.P. Congress has new team
BJP, Sena MLAs not to resign
MUMBAI, MARCH 12. The leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Shiv Sena today announced that their legislators would not resign from the Maharashtra Assembly as declared earlier to press for dissolution of the House and holding of the ...
Drive against unauthorised banners, cut-outs
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 12. Though the authorities have issued strict instructions to political parties and that there should be no pasting of posters, erection of cut-outs, banners and other publicity materials on private and public buildings, there ...
Traders express concern at delay in repairs to drainage
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 12. Most of the shop owners and merchants on Mission street are up in arms against the PWD for the delay in completion of the work taken up by the department to replace underground drainage pipelines between the Kalatheeswarar ...
BJP will never get majority, says Arjun Singh
Cong. meeting disrupts exams
LUCKNOW, MARCH 12.Teachers at a local college today lodged a complaint with the chief electoral officer for the violation of the Election Commission's directive, during an election meeting of Congress leader Arjun Singh, banning loudspeaker near ...
WTO assures technical assistance
NEW DELHI, MARCH 12.Lauding the steps taken by the Uttaranchal Government in promotion of tourism in the State, the World Tourism Organisation (WTO) has assured the hill State to support and further its tourism-related activities. Uttaranchal, ...
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