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Saturday, June 22, 2002
Armed forces will stay in J&K: Fernandes
JAMMU, JUNE 21. The Defence Minister, George Fernandes, said today that the question of sending the armed forces in the State to the barracks did not arise. He denied the statement attributed to him on Thursday where he was quoted to have said in ...
It's a fight: Lakshmi Sahgal
NEW DELHI, JUNE 21.The Left parties' Presidential candidate, Lakshmi Sahgal, today filed her nomination papers for the July 15 election and became the first woman to contest for the top post. Freedom fighter and lieutenant of Netaji Subhash ...
Don't close relief camps: Governor
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 21.The Gujarat Governor, Sunder Singh Bhandari, has informed the State Congress that he had issued instructions to the State Government not to close down the relief camps for riot victims without making alternative arrangements ...
Centre has treated my father shabbily: Omar
NEW DELHI, JUNE 21. The politically aggressive stance adopted recently by the National Conference towards the National Democratic Alliance Government at the Centre is seen by the BJP as nothing more and nothing less than signals that the NC is ...
Time bureau chief questioned
NEW DELHI, JUNE 21.The Delhi bureau chief of the Time magazine, Alex Perry, who is in the eye of a storm following his write-up on the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee's health, was today questioned by the immigration officials for ...
Dawood's property to be seized
NEW DELHI, JUNE 21.
New posting for Shankar
NEW DELHI, JUNE 21.The former Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary, P. Shankar, has been appointed Secretary in the Planning Commission, in a major administrative reshuffle announced this evening. The new Defence Secretary is Subir Dutta, who was till ...
BALASORE, JUNE 21.Two anti-tank guided missiles `Nag' were successfully test-fired from the Interim Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur-on-Sea, near here, defence officials said. ...
No dividend for US-64
MUMBAI, JUNE 21. Unit Trust of India today decided not to declare a dividend for its flagship scheme US-64 for the year ending June 30, 2002. The board of trustees, which met today to review US-64, said the dividend was not possible because the ...
India's steps cosmetic: Pak.
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 21. Pakistan is yet to decide on its response to the Indian decision to allow use of its airspace by Pakistani aircraft and has indicated that it would prefer a comprehensive dialogue for resolution of all differences, including ...
Sushma assures action
NEW DELHI, JUNE 21. The Information and Broadcasting Minister, Sushma Swaraj, today assured a delegation of the Delhi Union of Journalists that action would be taken against the Tihar jail authorities for the ill-treatment meted out to Iftikar ...
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