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Sunday, January 11, 2004
Ministers press for action against Congress chief
PATNA, JAN. 10.The Congress Ministers are up in arms against their State unit chief, Ram Jatan Sinha. About half-a-dozen Ministers seem to nurture a grudge against him and on their request, the Congress Legislature Party leader, Vijay Shanker ...
One killed in Patna building fire
PATNA, JAN. 10. One person was killed and six injured in a fire in a commercial-cum-residential complex here today. Police said the victim died of suffocation. The fire, said to have been caused by an electric short-circuit in the basement, ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Mosque attack: 2 die in hospital
JAMMU, JAN. 10.Desperate attempts to disturb peace in Jammu is giving sleepless nights to the State police who are carrying out search operations in civilian areas and city hotels for nabbing possible terrorists. In the last 15 days there have ...
PDP to ally with Congress
JAMMU, JAN. 10. The ruling People's Democratic Party in Jammu and Kashmir is all set to go in for a seat adjustment with the Congress. This was confirmed by the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. Jammu and Kashmir has six ...
Nissim Ezekiel passes away
MUMBAI, JAN. 10.The doyen of Indo-Anglian poets Nissim Ezekiel died here yesterday. He was 79. Mr. Ezekiel, a former professor of English, had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease. Besides being India's foremost poet writing in English, he ...
Teachers must hone skills of students: Minister
PONDICHERRY, JAN. 10. The Education Minister, K. Lakshminarayanan, has called upon the teachers to play a key role to hone the skills and capability of students. Inaugurating a two-day fifth national conference on `Indian Approaches to ...
School veranda turns parking space
PONDICHERRY, JAN. 10. Residents of Pondicherry do have space constraints when it comes to parking their vehicles. The teachers of the Government School at Kombakkam, near here, seem to have a `problem' with their parking space. Though there is ...
Police give clean chit to Daler
CHANDIGARH, JAN. 10. The Punjab police today gave a clean chit to the Indi-pop singer, Daler Mehendi, in the human trafficking case but said investigations pointed out the involvement of his brother, Shamsher. ``From the record (including of ...
Bengal has a lot to offer, says Swraj Paul
KOLKATA, JAN. 10.The India-U.K. Round Table, a forum for a high-level civil society dialogue between the two countries, is keen to help West Bengal out in the latter's drive to attract investment both in industry and other development projects. ...
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