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Friday, July 25, 2003
End to Opposition boycott of Fernandes in sight
Supreme Court persuades Tamil Nadu Govt. to take back sacked employees
NEW DELHI, JULY 24. The Supreme Court today persuaded the Tamil Nadu Government to reinstate from tomorrow all the dismissed employees, except the 2,200 employees who were arrested and those against whom FIRs had been lodged. A Bench, ...
All but 2,200 to be reinstated
CHENNAI, JULY 24.Hours after the Supreme Court order, the Tamil Nadu Government on Friday directed the department heads and District Collectors to reinstate all the dismissed employees, barring the 2,200 who face criminal proceedings. The Chief ...
India, Pak. renew contact
NEW DELHI, JULY 24. Two years after the July 15-16, 2001, Agra summit, India and Pakistan renewed ``normal'' contact at the level of a Minister when the new Pakistani High Commissioner, Aziz Ahmed Khan, called on the External Affairs Minister, ...
India to fund treatment of 20 Pak. children
NEW DELHI, JULY 24. Noor Fatima has opened Indian doors for other Pakistani children. Nine days after the two-and-a-half-year-old was operated upon for congenital heart disease at a Bangalore hospital, the Government today announced that it would ...
SC clears all-India quota for medical admissions
NEW DELHI, JULY 24. The Supreme Court today stayed a law enacted by the Maharashtra Government withdrawing the State's share of seats from the all-India quota and thus, permitted the completion of admission to the 15 per cent seats for MBBS and ...
Minister's kin kidnapped
PATNA, JULY 24.A schoolboy, Siddhant Parmar (7), the nephew of the Sugarcane Minister, Raghvendra Pratap Singh, was kidnapped early this morning by three armed motorcycle-borne men. Siddhant was taken away while waiting for the school bus, ...
2 die in cloudburst
SHIMLA, JULY 24.In another cloudburst early this morning in Bahang nallah between the tourist resort of Manali and Rohtang Pass in Kullu district, two persons died and a number of cattle were buried alive, according to information reaching here. ...
Film screening banned
JABALPUR, JULY 24.Terming ``objectionable'' the singing of the national anthem in the Hindi film `Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham', the Madhya Pradesh High Court today banned its screening till the scene is removed. In a 45-page judgment, a Division ...
Togadia barred entry
BIJAPUR, JULY 25. The Karnataka Government today banned the international secretary of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), Pravin Togadia, from entering the revenue territory of Bijapur for a period of seven days from July 26. The decision comes ...
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