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Monday, July 22, 2002
Farooq blasts `move' for Governor's rule in J&K
SRINAGAR, JULY 21.The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Farooq Abdullah, today came down heavily on the Central Government and questioned the calls for imposition of Governor's rule in the State in order to have "free, fair and transparent ...
BJP splits in J&K
JAMMU, JULY 21.The Bharatiya Janata Party Legislative Party in Jammu and Kashmir has split with the five of the seven party MLAs formally writing to the Assembly Speaker for a "change of the leadership". The five MLAs have expressed ...
Thakre out, Rajnath, Jaitley emerge as key leaders
NEW DELHI, JULY 21. The Bharatiya Janata Party president, M. Venkaiah Naidu, has reshuffled portfolios in the party, making this the third major change in work allocation in about two years. Mr. Naidu has retained the pattern introduced by his ...
Rein in Nitish: Mamata
KOLKATA, JULY 21.The Trinamool Congress chief, Mamata Banerjee, has demanded that Nitish Kumar be removed as the Railway Minister, and threatened to call a 72-hour Bengal bandh if the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, failed to check Mr. ...
Musharraf calls for 'meaningful dialogue'
ISLAMABAD, JULY 21.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has called for a "meaningful dialogue" between India and Pakistan to defuse the current tension and resolve the Kashmir dispute in line with the wishes of the Kashmiri people. In an ...
SRINAGAR, JULY 21.The ongoing Amarnath yatra was temporarily suspended today following inclement weather, official sources said. The decision was taken due to heavy downpour on Baltal-Cave route and Pahalgam-Amarnath route. However, the ...
New twist to Xerox scandal
NEW DELHI, JULY 21. The Xerox ModiCorp Ltd. (XML) made sizeable payments to "fictitious" companies in cash and through bank drafts, of which a percentage was deducted and the rest paid back to the company, the accounting firm, ...
Bail plea rejected
MUMBAI, JULY 21.A local court has rejected the bail plea of Mohammed Farooq, brother of alleged Al- Qaeda terrorist, Mohammed Afroz, accused in a case of sedition. The metropolitan magistrate, R. D. Gate, rejected Farooq's bail petition on ...
NEW DELHI, JULY 21.Weathering the truant monsoon, prices of fruits and vegetables declined sharply leading to a miniscule 0.12 per cent drop in the inflation rate to rest at 1.99 per cent during the week ended July 7. It was pegged at 2.11 per ...
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