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Mamata BanerjeeMamata quits coalition panel
Nov 3 — Trinamool Congress Chairperson Mamata Banerjee today resigned from the Coordination Committee of the ruling BJP-led coalition in protest against the Vajpayee Government’s ‘‘failure’’ to check the price rise.
The gurdwara in Chandigarh's Sector 19 illuminated on the eve of Gurpurb.
The gurdwara in Chandigarh's Sector 19 illuminated on the eve of Gurpurb.
—Tribune photo by Manoj Mahajan.
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JayalalithaWrit petitions dismissed: Jaya loses
legal battle
CHENNAI, Nov 3 — AIADMK supremo Jayalalitha lost a major legal battle today when the Madras High Court dismissed writ petitions challenging the appointment of three special judges to try corruption cases against her and some ministers of her erstwhile regime.

Clean chit to onion traders
NEW DELHI, Nov 3 — Giving a clean chit to traders, the Delhi Government informed the Delhi High Court that there was no hoarding of onion. The spiralling prices of this commodity was due to crop failure, the government stated in an affidavit.

RLM calls for bandh on Nov 9
PATNA, Nov 3 — Rashtriya Janata Dal President Laloo Prasad Yadav today moved the Patna High Court against the designated CBI Judge SK Lal’s order rejecting his regular bail plea in a conspiracy angle case of the fodder scam.

MP poll: BJP clears 256 names
NEW DELHI, Nov 3 — The BJP today cleared its first list of 256 candidates for the 320 Assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh which includes the names of two former Chief Ministers, Mr Sunderlal Patwa and Mr Kailash Joshi.


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Major explosives haul in J&K
SRINAGAR, Nov 3 — Three civilians were killed and 20 injured when Pakistani troops fired artillery and mortar shells in the Tangdhar sector, the police said.An Army barrack, a civil hospital, a mosque and 47 houses were damaged in the Pakistani shelling.

Zira asks CMO to probe
PATIALA, Nov 3 — Punjab Minister of State for Health Inderjit Singh Zira today directed the district Civil Surgeon to conduct an immediate inquiry into the reported installation of a "Ram Jyoti" in a ward of Mata Kaushalya Hospital here.The Mata Kaushalya Bachao Committee, which is spearheading an agitation to protest against the building of a new building of the judicial complex.


Sir, I have arrested him on the charge of hoarding air!
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