Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Wednesday, October 22, 2003
Ordinance to amend POTA approved
India hopes LTTE response will be reasonable
NEW DELHI, OCT. 21. Without naming the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, India today said it expected the "response" to the proposals made by the Sri Lankan Government in July 2003 to set up an interim administration "will be reasonable and ...
`LTTE must get the message'
CHENNAI, OCT. 21. The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam "must get the message" that India will oppose any proposal that could lead to a division of Sri Lanka, the Sri Lankan Foreign Minister, Tyronne Fernando, said here today. In an interview ...
EC shadow over DD's news channel
NEW DELHI, OCT. 21.The Election Commission may well spoil the Government's plan for a round-the-clock Doordarshan news channel ahead of the coming Assembly elections in four States. Though a final view is yet to be taken, the Commission has ...
Ceiling on poll expenditure raised
NEW DELHI, OCT. 21.The Central Government today took a series of decisions on the conduct of elections to Parliament and the Legislative Assemblies, including the raising of election expenditure and carrying out the delimitation exercise on the ...
Orders reserved in Taj case
LUCKNOW, OCT. 21. The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court will pronounce tomorrow its orders on the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati's two writ petitions seeking a stay on her arrest and quashing of the FIRs in the Taj Heritage ...
APEC leaders add security to economic agenda
SINGAPORE, OCT. 21. The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum has added `security' to its agenda. Setting the agenda at the two-day summit, which concluded in Bangkok today, leaders of the 21 member-economies pledged themselves to ...
Salman trial postponed
MUMBAI, OCT. 21. A magistrate court here today postponed the trial of Bollywood actor Salman Khan until November 18 in a hit-and-run case as the prosecution filed an application saying that the State had challenged the Bombay High Court order ...
31 new complaints against Daler Mehndi
NEW DELHI, OCT. 21. The Punjab Police said today that fresh allegations had been pouring in against singer Daler Mehndi and they had received 31 new complaints against him ever since his alleged involvement in human trafficking surfaced. ...
Microsoft's latest offering
New Delhi, Oct. 21. In its latest offering, Microsoft India today unveiled MS Office 2003 system which includes programme servers, solutions and services to enable the users to access, integrate and utilise information from disparate sources. ...
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