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Thursday, March 18, 2004
Congress factions sharpen claws
SHIMLA, MARCH.17.Sharp contradictions in the warring factions of the State unit of the Congress are coming to the fore on the issue of admitting into the party Mr. Sukh Ram, who is facing several corruption charges. On the one hand is the ...
M.P. tries to set the record straight
Musician's family in custody for demanding dowry
BHOPAL, MARCH 17.A noted musician and three others of his family have been arrested here for allegedly demanding dowry for his son, according to the police. Annoyed over the alleged demand for Rs 5 lakh as dowry at the last minute, the ...
BJP protests delay in dhoti distribution
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 17. The lone BJP legislator in the opposition block in Pondicherry Assembly, A.M. Krishnamoorthy, attended the initial part of the proceedings of the House today bare-chested. The two-day session began amidst noisy scenes and ...
Rs. 430.54 crores granted by vote on account
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 17. The Union Territory Assembly, which began its brief session for 2004-2005 today, granted Rs. 430.54 crores to the Government through a vote on account. It also passed the Appropriation (Vote on Account) Bill, 2004 tabled by ...
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 17. A Lok Adalat of the Legal Services Authority of Pondicherry will transact around 150 cases of arrears of loans for negotiated settlement of payment of dues from defaulters to the Pondicherry branch of the Bank of India here ...
Tribute to Malkani
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 17. Rich tributes were paid to the former Lt. Governor of Pondicherry, K.R. Malkani, in the Assembly today after the Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, tabled a resolution condoling the death of Malkani, who died on October 27 last ...
Lady lecturers pick up gauntlet against male colleague
JAIPUR, MARCH 17.Two lady lecturers of the Government College in Banswara have seemingly been "punished'' with transfers to far-flung areas in Rajasthan for taking up cudgels against the overtures of a male colleague over a period. The case ...
Madrassa Board members quit
JAIPUR, MARCH 17.The Rajasthan Madrassa Board appointed by the previous Congress-led Government in the State expects to continue working under the present Bharatiya Janata Party regime, as the State Government has so far refrained from taking any ...
Festival of short plays at Pink City
JAIPUR, MARCH 17.A three-day festival of short plays will begin at Jawahar Kala Kendra here tomorrow. As many as 12 short plays selected during the recent State-level short play writing competition would be staged during the festival, with four ...
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