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Wednesday, November 27, 2002
'J&K Govt. was cautioned against release of militants'
NEW DELHI, NOV. 26. The Congress and the BJP continued to swipe at each other on the issue of release of detainess in Jammu and Kashmir. The Congress once again asserted today that the State Government had consulted the Central intelligence ...
CJI unlikely to recommend successor to Venkataswami
NEW DELHI, NOV. 26. The Chief Justice of India, G.B. Pattanaik, is unlikely to recommend the name of a retired judge of the Supreme Court to head the Tehelka Commission, following the resignation of Justice K. Venkataswami, retired Supreme Court ...
`U.P. Governor partisan'
NEW DELHI, NOV. 26. The Opposition in the Lok Sabha today charged the BSP-BJP coalition Government in Uttar Pradesh with repression of political opponents and demanded that a session of the State Assembly be called immediately to determine if the ...
Advani misled Parliament: Azad
JAMMU, NOV. 26. The J&K Pradesh Congress chief, Ghulam Nabi Azad, today accused the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, of `misleading' Parliament when he said that the Central Government had written to the Jammu and Kashmir Government against ...
Probe into charges against 3 judges
NEW DELHI, NOV. 26. The Chief Justice of India, G.B. Pattanaik, has appointed a three-member committee of senior judges to probe the alleged involvement of three judges of the Punjab and Haryana High Court in the Punjab Service Commission scam. ...
Ban on Naga outfit lifted
NEW DELHI, NOV. 26. The ban on the Naga secessionist group NSCN(IM) has effectively been lifted paving the way for talks in New Delhi between the Government and the Naga leaders, T. Muivah and Isak Swu. The breakthrough comes three years after ...
Advani favours death penalty for rapists
NEW DELHI, NOV. 26. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today came out in favour of the death penalty for rapists. Intervening during question hour in the Lok Sabha, Mr. Advani said the Government was in favour of the death penalty for ...
Scheme for `small borrowers'
NEW DELHI, NOV. 26.The Union Finance Minister, Jaswant Singh, announced a one-time settlement scheme for `small' borrowers from banks and financial institutions, while piloting the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets Bill ...
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 26.A woman Congress corporator from the city's Dariapur constituency, an aspirant for the Assembly ticket, allegedly attempted to commit suicide today after she was denied the ticket by the party for the December 12 elections. ...
BHOPAL, NOV. 26.The controversial film-maker, Raja Bundela, wanted by the Bhopal police on charges of ``stage-managing a protest'' coinciding with the recent preview of his film ``Pratha'' at a cinema here, surrendered at a police station today. ...
Jet Airways CEO quits
NEW DELHI, NOV. 26. The Chief Executive Officer of Jet Airways, Steve Forte, has resigned following differences with the company's Chairman, Naresh Goyal. Although the airline today said that Mr. Forte had resigned ``for personal reasons'', ...
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