Wednesday, July 22, 1998, Chandigarh, India
|SC gives govt 3 weeks
Final reprieve to settle
NEW DELHI, July 21 (PTI) The Supreme Court today gave three week's time to the Union Government to iron out differences between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu over the framing of a scheme to implement the interim award of the Cauvery Tribunal ...
Tamil MP's feel betrayed, walk out
NEW DELHI, July 21 Members from Tamil Nadu staged noisy walkouts in both Houses of Parliament today as the government sought time from the Supreme Court on the Cauvery river waters sharing issue ...
Congress President Sonia Gandhi receives US Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott at her residence in New Delhi on TuesdayPTI photo
|Indo-US talks wrapped up
NEW DELHI, July 21 The third round of Indo-US talks ended today with a wrap-up meeting between the US Assistant Secretary of State, Mr Strobe Talbott, and the Prime Ministers special envoy, Mr Jaswant Singh. The US delegation later left for Islamabad...
India plans to renew no-first-use offer
NEW DELHI, July 21 (PTI) India will renew its proposal to Pakistan for a no first-use agreement of nuclear weapons in Colombo when Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee meets his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on July 29...
Bedlam marks budget speech in Haryana
CHANDIGARH, July 21 The Haryana Finance Minister, Mr Charan Dass Shorewala, today presented a tax free Budget for the year 1998-99 in the State Vidhan Sabha here...
Opposition corners Jethmalani
Furore in RS over remarks on appointment of SC judges
NEW DELHI, July 21 The Union Urban Development Minister, Mr Ram Jethmalanis remarks over the appointment of Supreme Court judges today led to heated exchanges between the members of the Treasury Benches and the opposition in the Rajya Sabha...
|Cong stages walkout in HP
SHIMLA, July 21 Amidst noisy scenes, the Congress today staged a walkout in the Himachal Vidhan Sabha following refusal by the Chief Minister, Mr P.K. Dhumal, to tender an apology for having "misled" people by claiming that grave irregularities were committed while raising loans through commission agents by the previous Congress Government headed by Mr Virbhadra Singh...
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