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    SP can never trust Lalu: Amar Singh
    PATNA, SEPT. 1.The Samajwadi Party today dubbed RJD Supremo Lalu Prasad as a "betrayer" and said the party would never repeat the mistake of joining hands with him as he was a most "undependable" person. Criticising the RJD supremo, Samajwadi ...

    Ex-Gujarat intelligence chief alleges political pressure on police
    AHMEDABAD, SEPT. 1. Former State intelligence wing chief of Gujarat, R.B. Sreekumar, on Tuesday contradicted earlier reports that police were unaware of the return of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad kar sevaks in the Sabarmati Express on ...

    Haryana police postings
    CHANDIGARH, SEPT.1. The Haryana Government has ordered that Alok Kumar Roy, IPS, Superintendent of Police, Rohtak and P.S. Ahlawat, IPS, Superintendent of Police, Gurgaon would swap their places of posting with immediate effect. The Government ...

    Khadi Board posts big recovery
    CHANDIGARH, SEPT.1. The Haryana Khadi and Village Industries Board has registered a recovery level of 83.05 per cent by recovering over Rs.45.49 crores of a total of Rs.54.77 crores by March 31, 2004. The Chief Executive of the Board, Sumita ...

    Jammu & Kashmir
    On a different jehadi mission
    SURANKOTE (POONCH), SEPT. 1.It is a return journey from Saudi Arabia to Surankote for a jehad, but of a different kind. The Saudi expatriates have traversed through a path of thorns, but they have held their ground for more than a year ...

    A spark from Tihar that lit many lives
    SRINAGAR, SEPT. 1.It is a success story which began not from any university or technology institute but in the highly secured Tihar Jail in Delhi. Unlike many Kashmiri youth who come out of jails and either take to violence again or get ...

    Exports set to double: Rangasamy
    PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 1. The Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, has said that exports from Pondicherry could touch Rs. 1000 crores in the next three years. The Union Territory is currently exporting commodities worth Rs. 500 crores annually. Laying ...

    375 bags of rice seized
    PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 1. The food cell police here today arrested the driver of a lorry (bearing Tamil Nadu registration number) and registered a case under Public Distribution Control Order 2001for alleged diversion of 375 bags of rice (19 tonnes) ...

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    BJP to airlift partymen for Bangalore protest
    JAIPUR, SEPT. 1.The Bharatiya Janata Party is taking its partymen from Rajasthan to Karnataka by a special flight from Delhi tomorrow for participating in a protest on Friday against the arrest of the former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, ...

    Gehlot doubts RSS, BJP love for Tricolour
    JAIPUR, SEPT.1.The former Rajasthan Chief Minister and general secretary of the Congress, Ashok Gehlot, has questioned the genuineness of the professed love of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the Bharatiya Janata Party for the ...

    Nod for 630-crore Investment proposals
    JAIPUR, SEPT. 1.The Rajasthan Government's Board of Infrastructure Development and Investment Promotion (BIDI) has approved proposals for investment of Rs. 630 crores by sanctioning the projects submitted by three private companies. The ...

    Rajasthan to get Apna DTH
    JAIPUR, SEPT.1.The mood is upbeat on the DTH (direct to home) front with the system providers finding the initial response from the public very encouraging after the launch of Doordarshan's DTH platform in July last. Even when the DD is still ...

    Keoladeo park gets no water; birds desert nests
    JAIPUR, SEPT. 1.Birds nestling in the world-famous Keoladeo National Park in eastern Rajasthan are deserting the sanctuary and nests due to paucity of water and their eggs have been reportedly consumed by crows. The breeding of resident ...

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