June 8, 2004, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Kalam condemns Gujarat violence
Education to get 6 pc of GDP, health 3 New Delhi, June 7
President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam today condemned the 2002 communal violence in Gujarat and expressed the new government's firm resolve to deal with the forces of communalism. In video (28k,
welcomes Kalam’s remarks New Delhi, June 7
Pakistan Deputy High Commissioner
to India Munnawar Saeed Bhatti today welcomed President A.P.J. Abdul
Kalam’s “positive remarks” in his address to the joint session of
Amarinder to meet PM Adjudication on river waters, SYL canal Chandigarh, June 7
A special meeting of the Punjab Council of Ministers here today unanimously decided that Chief Minister Amarinder Singh should meet the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, to solicit his intervention for “fair” adjudication on all matters related to the Ravi-Beas river
in a dilemma over SC order on SYL canal
WE ARE FRIENDS: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh seems to convey this as he puts his arm around Mrs Rajinder Kaur Bhattal at a press conference in Chandigarh on Monday.
— Tribune photo by Manoj Mahajan
upsets rail traffic in Delhi-Ambala section Panipat,
Hundreds of passengers remained
stranded for several hours as train services on the Delhi-Ambala rail
division were disrupted following derailment of 15 bogeys of a goods train
near Gharonda town in Karnal district early this morning.
Cranes lift the bogeys of a derailed goods train on the Delhi-Ambala main line at Gharaunda on Monday.
— Photo by Neeraj Chopra
claims two more lives
Ferozepore, June 7
One child identified as Bharat today
died due to gastroenteritis in this town, which has been witnessed an
epidemic for the past one week.
for job quota in private sector New Delhi, June 7
Lok Janshakti Party chief and
Chemicals and Fertiliser Minister Ram Vilas Paswan today said his party
would strive for time-bound implementation of programmes announced by the
United Progressive Alliance government.
Venus transit today
Mumbai, June 7
A rare celestial extravaganza
awaits enthusiasts and astronomers when the transit of Venus occurs
tomorrow after nearly 122 years.
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