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Wednesday, October 06, 2004
Assam attacks: Mulford offers FBI help
GUWAHATI, OCT. 5. The U.S. Ambassador to India, David C. Mulford, today offered to provide technical expertise to the Assam Government in investigating bomb attacks by militants. He had made the same offer yesterday to the Union Home Minister, ...
Bihar gets Rs.27 cr.for drinking water scheme
NEW DELHI, OCT. 5.The Union Government has released Rs 27.28 crores to Bihar under the Rajiv Gandhi Drinking Water Mission (RGDWM), a Centrally-sponsored Accelerated Rural Water Supply Programme (ARWSP), as the first instalment for 2004-05. As ...
`Several MLAs likely to cross over to RJD'
NEW DELHI, OCT. 5. The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) today claimed that several Opposition MLAs in Bihar, including some from the Bharatiya Janata Party, would join it shortly. Talking to reporters here today after taking over as the national ...
Haryana gets new district
CHANDIGARH, OCT.5.The Haryana Cabinet, which met here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala, approved the creation of a new district in Mewat area, Satyamev Puram, with headquarters at Nuh. Satyamev Puram will have ...
Plea against move to raise power tariff
BHOPAL, OCT. 5.The leader of the Opposition in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly, Jamuna Devi, has filed a petition before the Electricity Regulatory Authority urging that the State Electricity Board's proposals for raising electricity tariffs be ...
Jaipur-based NGO receives UN award
JAIPUR, OCT. 5.The Jaipur-based Centre for Development Communication has bagged the 2004 Scroll of Honour award of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) in recognition of its contribution to improvement in the living ...
U.P. poll schedule announced
LUCKNOW, OCT. 5. The Election Commission (EC) today announced the poll schedule for eight seats of the UP Legislative Council to be held on November 6. Of the total seats, five would be biennial while by-elections would be held in the rest of ...
'More border villages to be electrified'
DEHRA DUN, OCT. 5.With the successful electrification of some remote villages in Rajouri, Poonch and Kargil through the watermill power technology of the Himalayan Environmental Studies and Conservation Organisation (HESCO), the Army plans to ...
West Bengal bans shows based on Dhananjoy case
KOLKATA, OCT. 5. The shadow of Dhananjoy Chatterjee, whose execution by hanging on August 14 following his conviction in a rape and murder case took West Bengal by storm, still haunts the State. Late last week, the State Government formally ...
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