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Monday, November 10, 2003
Suppression of press freedom: Chautala
CHANDIGARH, NOV.9. The Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, and the Leader of the Opposition in the Haryana Assembly and senior Congress leader, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, have criticised the attack on the freedom of press in Tamil Nadu by ...
Scribes' memorandum to Nitish
SHIMLA, NOV. 9. The Shimla Press Club, the Himachal Journalists Forum and the Himachal Union of Journalists submitted a memorandum to the Railways Minister, Nitish Kumar, condemning the sentencing of the editors and senior journalists of The ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Kangri under threat of extinction
SRINAGAR, NOV 9. Mindless deforestation and the apathy of Jammu and Kashmir government towards the plight of wicker work artisans, who produce the world famous kangri, earthen fire pot used by Kashmiris to keep themselves warm during winter, has ...
Campaigning yet to pick up momentum
BHOPAL, NOV 9.Electioneering in Madhya Pradesh is yet to gain momentum despite the elections being just a few weeks away. The simmering discontent within the ruling Congress and the BJP have been underscored as the major cause for the ``dull'' ...
New BJP list sparks protest
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9.The release of the second list of candidates by the Bharatiya Janata Party for Delhi led to a fresh round of protests with one of the supporters of the former MLA from Nasirpur, Vinod Sharma, even trying to set his shirt on fire ...
DERC chief concedes son worked in BSES
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9.In a counter affidavit filed before the Delhi High Court, the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) Chairman, V. K. Sood, has conceded that his son worked in the BSES, the power company, which is responsible for the ...
Allow the press to work without fear, says CM
CHANDIGARH, NOV. 9. The Tamil Nadu Assembly's resolution sentencing top journalists and the Managing Director of The Hindu to 15 days' imprisonment for alleged breach of privileges has evoked strong reaction from major political parties ...
18 MLAs unlikely to get renomination
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9.The Congress is continuing with its process of picking up candidates for the 200-member Rajasthan Assembly amid indications that nearly 18 sitting MLAs are likely to be denied renomination. The party's Central election ...
Madhumita's servant identifies killer
LUCKNOW, NOV. 9. Deshraj, nine-year-old domestic help of slain poetess Madhumita Shukla, today identified Santosh Rai of Gorakhpur as one of the accused who allegedly shot her dead on May 9. The CBI can now frame charges of murder against ...
A gross abuse of legislative privilege, says Buddhadeb
KOLKATA, NOV. 9. The West Bengal Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, has condemned the action of the Tamil Nadu Assembly of sentencing senior journalists of The Hindu and the editor of Murasoli to jail as a "gross abuse of ...
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