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Thursday, August 01, 2002
Jaswant announces tax sops, new savings scheme
NEW DELHI, JULY 31. Working on his promise of giving "more money to the investor and more food to the poor,'' the Union Finance Minister, Jaswant Singh, today announced some tax concessions and a new tax-free savings avenue while simultaneously ...
It is for India, Pak to find a solution, says Powell
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (BRUNEI), JULY 31. The United States is understood to have assured India that the emergence of the Kashmir issue as a matter of international concern does not imply that it would like the global community, more particularly ...
Infiltration has not stopped, says Advani
NEW DELHI, JULY 31. Infiltration along the Line of Control has declined but has not stopped altogether, the Deputy Prime Minister, L. K. Advani, said in the Rajya Sabha today. Intervening during question hour, he said it was too early to say that ...
Mamata to wait till Aug 12. on rly. bifurcation issue
KOLKATA, JULY 31. Pressured by party MPs and key functionaries, the Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee, said that she would prefer to give the Centre "one more chance" to reconsider the proposal to bifurcate the Eastern Railway. At a ...
EC teams visit Ahmedabad
GANDHINAGAR, JULY 31.Teams of observers of the Election Commission today visited several riot-affected areas in Ahmedabad to elicit the people's views on early Assembly elections in Gujarat. A nine-member team, which arrived here late last ...
Attack on security zone
JAMMU, JULY 31.Militants, armed with automatic weapons, penetrated the highly-protected security zone in Rajouri town and mounted an attack on the residence of the Deputy Commissioner, Assad Yar Khan, this evening. Police sources told The ...
Abu Salem men chargesheeted
NEW DELHI, JULY 31.Five associates of the Dubai-based underworld don, Abu Salem, were today chargesheeted by the Delhi police for organising a crime syndicate to extort money from businessmen in Delhi. Police filed a 400-page chargesheet ...
Court warns media
MUMBAI, JULY 31.A special court, hearing the case involving the alleged nexus of the underworld with film personalities, including the financier, Bharat Shah, and producer, Nasim Rizvi, today cautioned the media to observe self-restraint and ...
Chetan Anand's sons convicted
MUMBAI, JULY 31.One of the most sensational trials to rock Bollywood concluded today with a sessions court sentencing Ketan and Vivek Anand, sons of the late director, Chetan Anand, their maid servant, Mala Chaudhary, and accomplice, Ashok Swami, ...
Mukesh Ambani is RIL Chairman
MUMBAI, JULY 31. Mukesh Ambani was today unanimously elected Chairman and Managing Director at the board meeting of the Reliance Industries Ltd. His brother, Anil, was appointed Vice-Chairman and Managing Director. ...
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