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Wednesday, November 12, 2003
Film industry to defy militants' blanket ban
GUWAHATI, NOV. 11.The film industry has decided to defy the blanket ban on the screening of Hindi films in the entire northeast from November 15 imposed by eight militant groups of the region, a spokesman of the Eastern India Motion Pictures ...
BJP gearing up for Lok Sabha polls
CHANDIGARH, NOV 11.Maintaining that it was ``not very happy'' with the performance of the Om Prakash Chautala led INLD government in Haryana, the state unit of BJP would organise several rallies and intensify the party's membership drive over the ...
Robbery case: prince held
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11. Navdeep Randhawa, a 24-year-old prince of Mustafabad in Haryana, was arrested by the Inter-State Cell of the Crime Branch on Monday on charges of robbing the Swiss International Airlines office at the World Trade Tower on ...
Governor may brief Advani on stamp paper scam
MUMBAI, NOV. 11. The Maharashtra Governor, Mohamed Fazal, is expected to brief the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, on the demand for a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation into the multi-crore fake stamp paper racket run by Abdul ...
Sonia to launch election campaign from Mizoram
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11.The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, will launch the party campaign for the Assembly elections to five States on November 17, with a tour to Mizoram where polling is scheduled three days later. Ms. Gandhi would then hold ...
Sheila to stick to Gole Market constituency
NEW DELHI, NOV.11. Setting at rest all speculation about changing her Assembly constituency or contesting from two segments, the Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, has decided to seek re-election from the Gole Market Assembly seat. It is ...
Speaker urged to reconsider order
BHUBANESWAR, NOV. 11. Mediapersons, politicians and common people in Orissa today condemned the order of the Tamil Nadu Assembly Speaker to imprison six journalists of The Hindu and the Tamil daily Murasoli for alleged breach of ...
Nov. 7 blackest day, says Rabi Ray
BHUBANESWAR, NOV. 11. November 7 is the "blackest day" for democracy and the freedom of the press, the former Speaker of the Lok Sabha, Rabi Ray, said today. "The action against senior editors of The Hindu and Murasoli is not only ...
Award for tourism website
CHANDIGARH, NOV 11. Punjab's official website on tourism was conferred with the prestigious "Merit Award" under the best website category during the 7th National Conference on e-Governance held at Chennai recently. Disclosing this here today, ...
BJP MP from defects to Cong.
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11. The Bharatiya Janata Party today confirmed that its Lok Sabha MP, P.K. Khunte, representing the Sarangarh constituency in Chhattisgarh, had defected to the Congress, but it hoped that he would return to the party in the next ...
Parallel law on cooperatives enacted
DEHRA DUN, NOV 11.Uttaranchal has enacted the Parallel Act for Self Reliant Cooperatives, providing the legal framework for an autonomous self-reliant cooperative sector, State Cooperatives Minister Mantri Prasad Naithani said here today. ...
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