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Friday, April 09, 2004
Advani rules out imposition of President's rule
PATNA, APRIL 8. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, who was forced to cut short his speech by the District Magistrate here on Wednesday night, declined to comment on the issue today. Running behind schedule, Mr. Advani was in the midst of ...
Haryana DGP goes on leave
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 8. The Director-General of Haryana Police, M.S. Malik, whose transfer had been ordered by the Election Commission, has proceeded on long leave. Mr. Malik, in a statement, said today that he had submitted his application for ...
Voters may forget caste, vote for performance
Jammu & Kashmir
Asif killing, a major blow to Jaish-e-Mohammad
NEW DELHI, APRIL 8.In a major blow to terrorist plans to sabotage the ongoing Lok Sabha campaign in Jammu and Kashmir, the Army today said that it had shot dead the head of the Jaish-e-Mohammad's military operations, Qari Mohammad ...
BJP may face 'rebel trouble' in Rajgarh
Steps to protect coastal areas from sea erosion
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 8. The Chairman of the coastal Protection and Development Advisory Committee and member of the River Management in Central Water Commission, M.K. Sharma, yesterday said the Centre was considering two schemes to protect ...
Anbalagan denies code violation charge
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 8. The Secretary of the Pondicherry State unit of the All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and MLA, A. Anbalagan, today denied the charge of the Assistant Returning Officer, G. Ragesh Chandra, that the party had violated ...
Punjab toes EC line, shifts DIGs
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 8.The Punjab government today shifted two more senior police officers in compliance with the Election Commission's directive. The Home Secretary ordered the Faridkot range, DIG Gurinderpal Singh Garewal, to swap places with ...
BJP upbeat at response from Muslims
A theme park on mapping
DEHRA DUN, APRIL 8.The Survey of India, the country's apex mapping agency without which most of the scientific and planned development would not have been possible, is developing a theme park -- the Garden of the Great Arc -- over 55 acres of ...
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