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Tuesday, December 24, 2002
We shall replicate `Gujarat experience': BJP chief
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. If there were any doubts about the Bharatiya Janata Party harking back aggressively to its Hindutva ideology not to be confused with Hinduism the party president, M. Venkaiah Naidu, cleared these ...
Sajjan Kumar acquitted in anti-Sikh riots case
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. A Delhi court today acquitted the former Congress Member of Parliament from Outer Delhi, Sajjan Kumar, and a former Congress MLA, Jaikishan, in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. With this, he has been acquitted in all the three ...
Maneka removed from panel monitoring tests on animals
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. The Centre has removed the animal rights activist and former Union Minister, Maneka Gandhi, as chairperson of the high-power Central committee for the control and supervision of medical experiments using animal models, giving ...
Gilani did not possess secret document: Army
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. The Government has been asked to state whether it believes it has a case against the Kashmir Times journalist, Iftikar Gilani or not. The Army, whose opinion was to be the deciding factor in the case against him, has ...
Dalit students attacked in Delhi college
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23.Three Dalit students of the Hindu College here were allegedly beaten up by over a dozen students in a hostel room on December 20. And they approached the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes Commission today after police ...
KATHMANDU, DEC. 23. Armed Maoist rebels in Nepal on Saturday kidnapped 45 boys from a school that stayed open during a strike called by supporters of the guerrillas, a newspaper reported today. The Nepali-language daily Sandhyakalin ...
Mahesh Bhatt's son held
MUMBAI, DEC. 23. Rahul Bhatt, son of noted film-maker, Mahesh Bhatt, and brother of actress Pooja Bhatt, was today arrested on the charge of allegedly assaulting actor-producer, Ramvir Shourie, outside his residence in suburban Bandra. He was ...
CHANDIGARH, DEC. 23. Train services in Punjab, Haryana and Jammu were affected today following a major power breakdown in the northern region, a top railway official said. Several trains running on Ambala-Ludhiana, Ambala-Saharanpur, ...
Curfew in Gangapur
JAIPUR, DEC. 23. Curfew has been clamped in Gangapur city in Sawai Madhopur district, as tension gripped the town after a quarrel between two youths of different communities last night, the Additional Director General Police (Intelligence), Arun ...
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23.After months of suspense, the resignation of Omar Abdullah as Minister of State for External Affairs has finally been accepted. The resignation, given to the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, before the Jammu and Kashmir ...
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