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Friday, May 30, 2003
Magistrate's bail plea dismissed
CHANDIGARH, MAY 29. The Punjab and Haryana High Court yesterday dismissed the anticipatory bail plea of absconding Judicial Magistrate S.S. Bhardwaj allegedly involved in a graft case. Justice Virender Singh, who had issued the notice to CBI ...
Jammu & Kashmir
J&K Cong. seeks to get political mileage out of CMs' meet
SRINAGAR, MAY 29. The fifth Congress Chief Ministers conclave beginning here tomorrow, appears to have provided the party with yet another opportunity to showcase its reach. For the Jammu and Kashmir State unit, it is a time to build on the gains ...
Annual Amarnath Yatra begins from July 12
SRINAGAR, MAY 29.With improvement in the overall situation following peace process initiated by India and Pakistan, an estimated 1,50,000 pilgrims will have the `darshan' of self-made holy ice lingam during the month-long Amarnath Yatra, which ...
Actress' mother gets bail in extortion case
MUMBAI, MAY 29.Sunanda Shetty and Bhupinder Singh Sachdev, mother and secretary of the film actress, Shilpa Shetty, were today granted anticipatory bail till June 12 by a sessions court here in a case of alleged extortion registered in Surat, ...
Deported Dawood aides arrive in Mumbai
MUMBAI, MAY 29. Two associates of the Karachi-based underworld don, Dawood Ibrahim arrived late tonight at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport here after being deported from Dubai. The Deputy Commissioner of Police (Detection), ...
Glum schools may glee again
NEW DELHI, MAY 29. Marred by the deeds of its former Chairman, Satbir Singh, and his deputy, Sharda Jain, the Education Department of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi -- which had virtually come to a standstill recently -- is finally back on ...
New D-G of Infantry
NEW DELHI, MAY 29.Lt-Gen K. Nagaraj took over as Director- General of Infantry at Army Headquarters here today. Commissioned into the famous Maratha Light Infantry Regiment in 1965, Gen. Nagaraj has had a very distinguished career. An alumnus ...
Major administrative reshuffle
JAIPUR MAY 29. In a major administrative-reshuffle, Rajasthan Government has transferred over 100 officers, including those of the Indian Administrative Services (IAS) and Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS), it was officially stated today. ...
Famine hits wool production
JAIPUR, MAY 29.Four consecutive years of drought and famine have badly affected the production of wool in Rajasthan and prices of the commodity have skyrocketed to just double in the market, a top official said today. Marino wool's rate has ...
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