May 30, 2004, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
with human face: Yes, Mr PM, says Bengal CM New
Delhi, May 29
In a move to dispel the notion that
the Communists in the country are against foreign capital investments, the
West Bengal Chief Minister, Mr Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, today said Kolkata
had received “maximum” foreign investments in the field of IT and
West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadev Bhattacharjee comes out of the Prime Minister's residence in New Delhi on Saturday after a meeting with Dr Manmohan Singh. — PTI
Should wearing helmets be compulsory for all men and women on two-wheelers?
Narayanan appointed Special Adviser in PMO New Delhi, May 29
Ace intelligence man M.K. Narayanan was today appointed Special Adviser
to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with the rank of Minister of State,
thus creating the third major power centre in the government after
Principal Secretary to PM T.K.A. Nair and National Security Adviser J.N.
rue move to postpone SGPC poll Chandigarh, May 29
Both the Shiromani Akali Dal and
the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee are up in arms against the
reported move of the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government
at the Centre to postpone the gurdwara elections scheduled to be held on
cousin shot at
Srinagar, May 29
Militants today attacked the house
of former Hurriyat Conference chairman Maulvi Omar Farooq hours after
injuring his cousin, a former bureaucrat Maulvi Mushtaq.
to build temple, mosque in Ayodhya
Ayodhya, May 29
The Managing Trustee of Sri Raj
Rajeshwar Sitaram Trust Shivendra Sahi today said the Trust would
construct a temple devoted to Lord Ram and a mosque on a land situated
about 300 metres away from the acquired land here and two former Prime
Ministers are expected to take partin foundation- laying ceremony slated
for August 7.
Dal disrupts fashion show
Kota, Rajasthan, May 29
A fashion show to promote Kota
Doria sarees was cancelled here today after Bajrang Dal activists
ransacked the venue, the police said.
succumbs to gunshot wound Sundernagar, May 29
peacock which was injured by a gunshot died here yesterday while it was
being taken to the wildlife office by a resident of Keran village, near
The peacock, which succumbed to a gunshot wound, at the office of the wildlife range in Sundernagar on Friday.
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