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Tuesday, April 20, 2004
Shoot-at-sight orders in Bihar
PATNA, APRIL 19.Amid shoot orders against booth grabbers and a high security alert, stage is set for polling in 11 of the 40 Lok Sabha constituencies in Bihar in the first phase tomorrow in the face of the poll boycott call jointly given by the ...
INLD promises to check unemployment, poverty
Nine file papers in Haryana
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 19.A total of nine candidates filed their nomination papers for the Lok Sabha elections in Haryana today, raising their number to 36 on the third day of filing of nomination papers for the 10 seats in the State. Those who ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Police recover arms near Mufti rally venue
SRINAGAR, APRIL 19. Police yesterday apparently foiled an attempt by militants to attack a rally addressed by the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, on the last day of campaigning for the Baramulla parliamentary constituency ...
BJP confident of sweeping polls in M.P.
BHOPAL, APRIL, 19.The mood is upbeat in the Bharatiya Janata Party camp in Madhya Pradesh as ruling party workers prepare to move into the last leg of their prolonged campaign for the Parliamentary elections. Madhya Pradesh goes to polls in the ...
Sophistication the hallmark of paper leak rackets
The boot is on the other leg: Stalin
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 19. It is the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, who has failed farmers on the Cauvery issue, M. K. Stalin, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam deputy general secretary, said yesterday. The people were fully aware of Ms. ...
18 file nomination papers in Punjab
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 19.The six-time Congress Party Lok Sabha member from Amritsar, R L Bhatia, was among the 18 people who filed their nominations in Punjab today for the May 10 election. The Rajya Sabha member, Sukhdev Singh Libra, and the ...
Linguists warn of language riots in Rajasthan
JAIPUR, APRIL 19.A section of linguists, authors, academicians and social activists have joined hands here to oppose a resolution adopted in the Rajasthan Assembly during the previous Congress regime calling for inclusion of Rajasthani language ...
`Dictatorship has no place in democracy'
JAIPUR, APRIL 19. Dara Singh, film star and well known wrestler of yesteryears, today said there was no place for "dictatorship'' in a democratic country like India. "No one can be a dictator here. In order to become more powerful, one should ...
All eyes on battle for U.P.
LUCKNOW, APRIL 19. High profile election campaign in Uttar Pradesh would begin with `glitz and glamour' coupled with heavyweight politicians descending here from next week. The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, his deputy, Lal Krishna ...
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