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Sunday, July 21, 2002
BJP justifies move for early Gujarat polls
NEW DELHI, JULY 20. The Bharatiya Janata Party today rejected the Opposition demand for President's rule in Gujarat ahead of the Assembly elections and charged the Congress and the Left parties with adopting `double standards' with regard to the ...
Hurriyat leaders held in Srinagar
SRINAGAR, JULY 20. While three senior leaders of the All-Party Hurriyat Conference, including its chairman, were placed under house arrest, Javed Mir and Bilal Lone and 10 women were among dozens taken into custody when they tried to take out a ...
Gujarat Cong. for President's rule
GANDHINAGAR, JULY 20. The Gujarat pradesh congress committee has described as "unjust and improper'' the decision of the Governor, Sunder Singh Bhandari, to allow the Narendra Modi Ministry to continue as caretaker government and has demanded the ...
Confusion over `Kashmir policy'
NEW DELHI, JULY 20. Amid signs of confusion over the "Kashmir policy'', the Central Government's "designated representative,'' Arun Jaitely, today met officials of the Jammu and Kashmir department in the Union Home Ministry. He was briefed on the ...
Rangarajan may head 12th Finance Commission
NEW DELHI, JULY 20.The Andhra Pradesh Governor, C. Rangarajan, is likely to head the 12th Finance Commission which is to be constituted shortly. His term as Governor is coming to an end in November. The Commission, a statutory body set up ...
Dry spell ahead
NEW DELHI, JULY 20. Another spell of dry weather is in the offing, as the atmospheric system, which brought rains to large parts of the country over the past five days, has started receding and may come to an end by tomorrow. As to how long ...
BIHARSHARIF (BIHAR), JULY 20. A question paper leak racket has been busted here with the arrest of three persons possessing question papers of examination for recruitment of probationary officers in the State Bank of India in Bihar's Nalanda ...
Two more dts. `drought-hit'
LUCKNOW, JULY 20. The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati, today declared two more districts Mainpuri and Hathras as drought-hit, taking the total number of such districts in the State to 13, sources said here. ...
AHMEDABAD, JULY 20. Two persons were killed and 14 injured in police firing and stone throwing following a communal clash at Viramgam in Ahmedabad district. An indefinite curfew was clamped in Viramgam on Friday night and was extended today ...
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