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Wednesday, April 07, 2004
Another Minister quits; set to join JD(U)
PATNA, APRIL 6. Bihar Minister of State for Art and Culture Monajir Hasan today resigned from the Council of Ministers, accusing the State Government of being anti-minority. Mr Hasan also tendered his resignation from the primary membership of ...
Cop to serve jail term in blinding case
PATNA, APRIL 6. Shiv Shankar Prasad Gupta, a former police station in-charge accused in the much-hyped Bhagalpur blinding case, has been sent to the jail to serve the sentence awarded by a trial court in 1987. Special judicial magistrate ...
BJP politicised State board: Virbhadra
SHIMLA, APRIL 6.The Himachal Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh, today accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of spreading corruption, nepotism and favouritism in the State during its five-year rule. Addressing election meetings at Siuntha and Chowari ...
Jammu & Kashmir
'Human rights violation a threat to all'
JAMMU, APRIL 6.Emphasising the importance of human rights in a democracy, NHRC chief and former Chief Justice of India, A. S. Anand, has said human rights violation anywhere is a threat to the entire humanity and exhorted the media to create ...
'No political returns out of people's sentiments'
Langet, North Kashmir, April 6. Maintaining that the opening of Srinagar-Muzaffarabad road involves sentiments of people that cannot be bartered with electoral returns, the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, today said his ...
Govt. may enter liquor business
BHOPAL, APRIL 6.In the wake of substantial reduction in its work load, Madhya Pradesh State Agriculture Development Corporation proposes to enter the liquor business by operating wine shops. With decontrol of urea which was earlier being ...
BJP Foundation Day celebrated
BHOPAL, APRIL 6.The Bharatiya Janata Party in Madhya Pradesh today celebrated its Foundation Day by organising rallies, taking out processions, offering prayers and performing yagyas "for ensuring the country's progress and getting an absolute ...
Manipur militants reject Congress plea
IMPHAL, APRIL 6. The Revolutionary People's Front (RPF), a proscribed organisation, has rejected the Congress' appeal to the leaders of the outfit to review the "ban" on Congress candidates contesting the Lok Sabha elections in Manipur. The RPF ...
'Pondicherry will witness more development'
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 6. The Union Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting, Ravi Shankar Prasad, has said the "splendid" performance of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Government at the Centre under the leadership of the Prime ...
Advani Yatra skipping toll tax: Congress
JAIPUR, APRIL 6.The Congress has charged that the "Bharat Uday Yatra'' led by the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K.Advani, had not been paying the toll tax for using the country's national highways. Avoiding payment at the toll collection points on ...
A fresh look at woes of textile printing units
JAIPUR, APRIL 6. The Rajasthan Government is finally looking sympathetically into the threat of permanent closure looming large on the world-famous hand block textile printing units in Sanganer following a judgment of the Rajasthan High Court ...
I am ready to contest against Vajpayee: Malika
LUCKNOW, APRIL 6. Actress Malika Sherawat today stated that she would not hesitate to contest against the Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee from Lucknow, if given a ticket for the Lok Sabha elections. ``I am ready to take on Mr Vajpayee in ...
Voters will bring Vajpayee back to power: Mishra
DEHRA DUN, APRIL 6.The Bharatiya Janata Party formally launched its campaign for the Lok Sabha elections here today with the senior party leader, Kalraj Mishra, urging the cadres to fan out to the remotest areas and apprise the voters of the ...
West Bengal falsely blaming us: Munda
Belda, West Midnapore, April 6. Coming down heavily on the West Bengal Government, the Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda today said his state is suffering as a fall-out of the Belpahari incident, in which eight people were killed in a landmine ...
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