May 31, 2004, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
elections: Badal urges President, PM to intervene Chandigarh/New Delhi, May 30
While there has been no communication
so far from the Ministry of Home Affairs about the postponement of the
July 11 SGPC poll, SAD President Parkash Singh Badal today sought
intervention of the President and the Prime Minister to scuttle such a
Delhi, May 30
The Indian Air Force said
today that it had 'brought to ground' the entire fleet of its
Jaguar fighter aircraft to check on a technical defect, which had
caused some of these planes to crash on routine sorties.
File photo of a Jaguar
arrests senior HAL official New Delhi, May 30
The CBI arrested a senior official
of Hindustan Aeronautics along with his conduit last night on charges of
offering bribe to an agency official to wind up a disproportionate
assets case against him.
orders in Chapra; repoll today Chapra (Bihar), May 30
Shoot-at-sight orders have been
issued against booth capturers at the Chapra Lok Sabha constituency, which goes to repoll
tomorrow, a top official said.
Eminent Pakistani writer Bushra Ejaz makes a point to her senior Parveen Atif on the concluding day of the 10th World Punjabi Conference in Chandigarh on Sunday.
— Tribune photo by Parvesh Chauhan
for fast probe into coffin scam New Delhi, May 30
NDA convener and former Defence
Minister George Fernandes has written to the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan
Singh, to order a time-bound inquiry into the “specific” matter of
the purchase of usable caskets by the Army Headquarters.
Former Defence Minister George Fernandes addresses a press conference in New Delhi on Sunday regarding Defence Minister Pranab Mukherjee hinting at a probe into the alleged coffin scam.
— PTI photo
AIADMK poll tie-up over Chennai, May 30
The Bharatiya Janata Party has
severed its alliance with the ruling All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra
Kazhagam in Tamil Nadu after both parties scored a duck in the recently
concluded Lok Sabha elections for 40 seats in the state and adjoining
job plan for rural areas submitted to PM New Delhi, May 30
The Federation of Indian Chambers
of Commerce and Industry today submitted an action plan to Prime
Minister Manmohan Singh to rejuvenate the economy and to create
employment opportunities in the rural sector.
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