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Wednesday, December 01, 2004
Godhra hearing: police officer fails to turn up
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 30. The G.T. Nanavati and K.G. Shah judicial inquiry commission probing the Godhra train carnage and the subsequent communal riots in Gujarat took serious note of the continued absence of the senior police officer, Noel Parmar, ...
Procurement of paddy goes up
SHIMLA, NOV.30.The winter session of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly will start on December 17, according to the Speaker, Gangu Ram Musafir. Releasing the tentative calendar for the five-day session, he said there would be five sittings and the ...
Dual voltage EMUs for Mumbai suburban railway
CHENNAI, NOV. 30. After decades of delay, the first step towards modernising the Mumbai railway suburban sector was taken today with the Minister of State for Railways, R.Velu, launching dual voltage stainless steel electrical multiple units ...
Power tariff cut in Punjab
Gill takes over as Rajasthan DGP
JAIPUR, NOV. 30.The Additional Director General of Police (Crime), A.S. Gill, took over as the new Director General of Police (DGP) of Rajasthan today, succeeding S.N. Jairath who had a brief tenure of only a month. Mr. Gill has superseded ...
Environment groups say `no' to draft policy
Maternity leave period increased
JAIPUR, NOV. 30.The Rajasthan Government has increased the maternity leave period for its employees from 120 to 135 days and allowed the male employees to take 15 days' break from work as paternity leave. Both the leaves will be provided on the ...
Urdu varsity Bill passed amid walkout
LUCKNOW, NOV. 30.The Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha today passed the Bill to set up an Urdu University in Rampur keeping intact the controversial provision to appoint State Minister Azam Khan as Pro-Chancellor for life even as the Congress, which is ...
Delimitation panel proposal opposed
RANCHI, NOV. 30.Irrespective of party affilations, adivasi MLAs and MPs of Jharkhand have opposed the Delimitation Commission's proposal to reduce the number of reserved Assembly seats and demanded that the Central government reject the proposal. ...
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