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Monday, March 04, 2002
Ahmedabad quiet, toll 431
AHMEDABAD, MARCH 3. The orgy of violence in Gujarat appears to have ended. Today only two deaths were reported, one from Godhra. Officially the death roll is 431, more than half of them in Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad was quiet, apart from two major ...
Balayogi killed in copter crash
VIJAYAWADA, MARCH 3. The Lok Sabha Speaker, G.M.C. Balayogi, died when a private helicopter in which he was travelling crashed while trying to make an emergency landing at Kovvadalanka village in Kolleru area of Krishna district this morning. His ...
Two-day mourning declared
NEW DELHI, MARCH 3. The Union Cabinet today condoled the death of the Lok Sabha Speaker, G. M. C. Balayogi, killed in a copter crash in Andhra Pradesh, and decided to observe a two-day national mourning and accord a State funeral to the departed ...
AHMEDABAD, MARCH 3. Barring a few stray incidents of arson, looting and group clashes, no other major incidents of violence were reported from any part of the riot-torn Gujarat today showing a remarkable improvement in the State after four days ...
VHP scales down demand to 42 acres
NEW DELHI, MARCH 3. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad has scaled down its demand for the Government-acquired land in Ayodhya from 67 acres to 42 acres and the Government is under intense pressure from the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh to accept it. ...
BJP rethink on U.P.?
LUCKNOW, MARCH 3. The Bharatiya Janata Party today indicated that it might ``reconsider'' its stand over the formation of the next government in Uttar Pradesh, if it receives ``unconditional support'' from other parties. The care-taker Chief ...
Tremors rock North India
NEW DELHI, MARCH 3. A moderate earthquake today rocked North India triggering panic and causing cracks in some houses but there were no reports of any casualties. In Afghanistan and several cities in Pakistan, the quake was severe, measuring ...
Attempt on NC MLA's life
JAMMU, MARCH 3. A National Conference MLA, Gul Rafiqui, escaped an attempt on his life while his personal security officer, Gulam Nabi, was shot dead by militants in Anantnag district today. The Homshalibugh MLA was on a visit to Yaripora in ...
MUMBAI, MARCH 3. The boards of the Reliance Industries Ltd. and Reliance Petroleum Ltd. have unanimously approved the merger of RPL with RIL, subject to necessary approvals. The boards, which met today, also recommended an exchange ratio of ...
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