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    Jammu & Kashmir
    After the Yatra, it's `Operation Clean-up'
    PAHALGAM, SEPT. 3. First it was the uphill task to ensure incident free yatra spread over 45 days, now the challenge is to deal with the severe threat to ecology posed by tonnes of garbage left behind by over four lakh devotees who paid obeisance ...

    One step towards connecting the past to the present
    JAMMU, SEPT. 3.In a step towards restoring historic links between India and Pakistan, the Pakistan authorities are converting the single road from Suchetgarh zero-line to Sialkot town into a double lane. Normally, both countries have been ...

    SOG commandos combating left-wing guerrillas
    RANCHI, SEPT. 3.The highly-trained Special Operations Group (SOG) commandos are taking left-wing guerrillas head-on in the dense jungles and hostile terrains while casper mine detecting vehicles are effectively neutralising anti-personnel mines ...

    NCP, Congress hold seat-sharing talks
    MUMBAI, SEPT. 3. At the talks yesterday on seat-sharing talks in the Assembly elections top leaders of the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) felt that they should also contest the seats where they had come second in 1999. While ...

    Rangasamy to push statehood with Manmohan
    PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 3.The Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, will be meeting the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, soon to push Pondicherry's case for statehood. At a press conference here today, Mr. Rangasamy said he would also meet the Home Minister ...

    Pondy MLAs receive threat letter
    PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 3. The Bharatiya Janata Party's lone legislator, A.M. Krishnamurthy, said here today that he received an anonymous letter threatening him and his family members. The letter warned against reorganisation of any of the ...

    Life-saving drugs `available at all rural hospitals'
    PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 3. The Health Minister, E. Valsaraj, has expressed concern over protests by Health department employees in front of government hospitals, inconveniencing patients. Inaugurating the first `rural surgical camp' at a Primary ...

    Doordarshan's DTH from this month
    JAIPUR, SEPT. 3.Doordarshan, hopes to get ready its free-to-air direct to home (DTH) service by the end of this month. Trial transmission has already started from the earth station established in Delhi making signals available on Ku band. ...

    Caravan for food sovereignty
    JAIPUR, SEPT. 3.A people's caravan, highlighting the key issues of food sovereignty, will cross half-a-dozen districts in Rajasthan between September 13 and 16 and mobilise people for policy changing efforts on the issues of pesticides, ...

    Case filed against farmers seeking water
    JAIPUR, SEPT. 3.Even as the Rajasthan Government announced its decision two days ago to withdraw 150 cases of various categories pending in courts in the wake of a policy decision, the administration in Hanumangarh and Sriganganagar has filed ...

    Union Territories
    Dutt to convene meet on sports policy
    CHANDIGARH, SEPT. 3. The Union Youth Affairs and Sports Minister, Sunil Dutt, today said that he would soon convene a meeting of the Sports Ministers of all States to formulate a new sports policy in the context of the changing ...

    Mapping of schools begins
    CHANDIGARH, SEPT. 3. A project for geographical mapping of all schools up to the level of senior secondary has been launched in Haryana for the first time to ensure optimum utilisation of existing resources and make available educational ...

    Uttar Pradesh
    U.P. Govt. seeks permission for night viewing of Taj
    LUCKNOW, SEPT. 3.The Uttar Pradesh Government has sought permission from the Supreme Court for permitting tourists to visit the historic Taj Mahal after sunset, on the occasion of the 350th celebration of the historical monument. The U.P. ...

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