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    Six shot dead
    GUWAHATI, OCT. 4. Suspected militants of the outlawed National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) shot dead six persons, including a teenage girl, and injured eight persons in central Assam's Sonitpur district late last night, as violence ...

    Haryana sets new rabi production target
    CHANDIGARH, OCT.4. Haryana has set a target of rabi production of 105 lakh tonnes during Rabi 2004-05 as against the production of 102.42 lakh tonnes during the last rabi season. This includes 95 lakh tonnes of foodgrains and 10 lakh tonnes of ...

    Jammu & Kashmir
    Soften borders, say Pakistani scribes
    JAMMU, OCT 4. Softening borders and breaking information barriers were the dominant issues during the interaction of 18-member delegation of journalists from Pakistan with the people from different walks of life. From their counterparts in ...

    Help end gun culture through pen: Pandits
    JAMMU, OCT. 4. Emotional pleas from Pandits to end the gun culture in Jammu and Kashmir marked the visit of 18 Pakistani journalists to the Muthi migrant camp here today. More than 2,500 Pandits gathered to accord the journalists a rousing ...

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    Madhya Pradesh
    Film festival opens in Bhopal
    BHOPAL, OCT. 4.The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Babulal Gaur, has invited filmmakers to come to Madhya Pradesh and offered them the best of incentives and facilities to produce films in the State. Mr. Gaur made this gesture last evening while ...

    Maharashtra polls: `Muslim' factor crucial in 30 seats
    BHIWANDI, OCT. 4. With less than 10 days for the Assembly polls, Maharashtra teeters on a political knife-edge. The Shiv Sena-BJP alliance believes this will be their moment of revenge for the "mistake" of May 2004, while the Congress-NCP-RCI ...

    Congress to address naxal problem in Maharashtra
    GADCHIROLI (MAHARASHTRA), OCT. 4. The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today suggested that the party pay serious attention to the problem of naxalites in the State. Campaigning for the October 13 Assembly poll in this naxal-affected corridor ...

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    JIPMER employees go on relay fast
    PONDICHERRY, OCT. 4. Members of the JIPMER (Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research) Hospital employees union and employees union began their relay fast today in support of their 15-point charter of demands. A ...

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    Supreme Court stays proceedings against Badal in assets case
    NEW DELHI, OCT. 4. The Supreme Court today stayed all further proceedings pending before a special court in Ropar against the former Punjab Chief Minister, Prakash Singh Badal, and his son, Sukhbir Singh, in the Rs. 78-crore disproportionate ...

    CII's Amritsar office inaugurated
    CHANDIGARH, OCT 4.Realising the potential for growth in the agro-based industrial sector as well as exports of related products from the border region of Punjab, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has started operations by opening an ...

    Gujjar assembly `backs' accused
    JAIPUR, OCT. 4.In a new twist to the alleged "honour killing'' of a 15-year-old girl, the caste `mahapanchayat' of the Gujjar community in Dausa district of Rajasthan has condemned the arrest of two of the girl's family members on charges of ...

    Report on Hardwar violence submitted
    DEHRA DUN, OCT. 4.The Irshad Hussain Commission which went into the causes of the large-scale violence by policemen at the fag end of the Kumbh Mela at Hardwar on April 20 and 21 this year has submitted its report to the Uttaranchal Chief ...

    West Bengal
    30-year hoard set to burn
    KOLKATA, OCT. 4. West Bengal will launch Wildlife Week celebrations on Wednesday in unprecedented fashion. The skin of animals, ivory chiselled from elephant tusks, deer antlers, rhino horns and other wildlife products seized in the State over ...

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