Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Wednesday, October 23, 2002
Cong. may go it alone
NEW DELHI, OCT. 22. Though a formal announcement has been kept in abeyance, the Congress leadership is said to have decided to stake its claim to form a government in Jammu and Kashmir, possibly in the next couple of days. Briefing ...
SOG stops operations?
SRINAGAR, OCT. 22. The political stand-off in Jammu and Kashmir has put on hold many things but the most significant is stopping of operations against militants by the Jammu and Kashmir Police's elite Special Operations Group (SOG), which became ...
No need for PMO: Singhal
NEW DELHI, OCT. 22. "There is no need for the Prime Minister's Office. What is the need for the Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister (Brajesh Mishra) when there is a Cabinet Secretary? '' This was what the Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader, Ashok ...
BJP warns dissidents in U.P.
NEW DELHI, OCT. 22. The Bharatiya Janata Party central leadership today sent out a stern warning to dissidents in its Uttar Pradesh unit that strong disciplinary action would be taken against them, latest by tomorrow, if they fail to fall in ...
Willing to meet Jayalalithaa: Krishna
NEW DELHI, OCT. 22. The Karnataka Chief Minister, S.M. Krishna, today said he was willing to meet the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, to break the impasse over distress sharing of the Cauvery waters. He said he favoured the interlinking ...
Man behind 'plot' killed
AHMEDABAD, OCT. 22. The man who was arrested for allegedly plotting to assassinate the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, has been killed in an "encounter'' with police. Samirkhan Pathan (30), who was arrested three weeks ago from near the ...
'PM has viral infection'
NEW DELHI, OCT. 22. The Prime Minister's Office announced today that the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, who was suffering from a sore throat has now being diagnosed as having "viral infection.'' According to a PMO statement, Mr. Vajpayee ...
ALLAHABAD, OCT. 22.Slaughter of a cow allegedly by members of the minority community triggered tension in a village here prompting deployment of additional forces, police said today. It was allegedly stolen and slaughtered on October 15. The ...
Meningitis kills 14 children
BURDWAN (WEST BENGAL), OCT. 22.Fourteen children, suffering from meningitis and para meningitis, have died in the last three days at Burdwan Hospital, whose chief ruled out negligence in treatment. ...
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