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Wednesday, September 24, 2003
Blinding incidents again in Bihar
PATNA, SEPT. 23. Yet another blinding incident has come to light in the State where, coincidentally, "Gangajal" (an euphemism for acid, coined during the infamous Bhagalpur blinding incident) has been used. This time round, the victim, Jatadhri ...
Chautala misusing Govt. funds: IYC
CHANDIGARH, SEPT. 23.The Indian Youth Congress president, Randeep Singh Surjewala, today charged that the Om Prakash Chautala regime in Haryana was blatantly misusing public funds and Government machinery to celebrate the birth anniversary of his ...
Duplicate votes in Malviya Nagar, alleges ex-Minister
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 23.The former Delhi Transport Minister, Rajendra Gupta, today alleged that large-scale duplicate votes had been registered in his Malviya Nagar constituency. On the other hand, senior BJP leaders, Vijay Kumar Malhotra and Madan ...
No bogus voters, claims CEO
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 23.The Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi, Arun Goyal, has termed the allegations of fake and bogus voters in the electoral rolls of Delhi as totally unfounded and twisting of facts. Stating that upgradation of the rolls in Delhi ...
Power sub-station for Dwarka commissioned
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 23.Appealing to Delhiites to conserve power and check its misuse, the Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, today said power reforms in the Capital were moving in the right direction and people should cooperate with the private ...
Little response to Mayurbhanj bandh
BHUBANESWAR, SEPT. 23. A call for a Mayurbhanj bandh today given by Dara Sena, an organisation of some supporters of Dara Singh, received little response. The bandh was in protest against trial court order awarding the death penalty to Dara ...
Udham Singh's portrait unveiled
CHANDIGARH, SEPT 23:A portrait of Shaheed Udham Singh was installed in the main lobby of the Punjab Assembly here today. Unveiling the portrait, the Chief Minister, Capt. Amarinder Singh expressed regrets that the great hero of the freedom ...
Internet on trains soon
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 23.The Indian Railways is planning to provide computers with internet facilities in some selected trains for the benefit of the passengers. Announcing this during the 23rd governing council meeting of the Research Designs and ...
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