June 9, 2004, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
over tainted ministers’ issue Both Houses of Parliament
adjourned New Delhi, June 8
Both Houses of Parliament were
adjourned today without transacting much business as the Opposition led by
the Bharatiya Janata Party continued with its scathing attack on the UPA
government for inducting "tainted" persons in the Union Council
tax(ing) time in Himachal Pradesh Budget proposals to garner Rs 15
cr Shimla, June 8
taxes to garner additional resources to the tune of Rs 15 crore have been
proposed in the Rs 6893.61 crore reform-oriented Budget for 2004-05,
leaving a deficit of Rs 703.79 crore uncovered. The Chief Minister, Mr Virbhadra
Singh, in the Vidhan Sabha in Shimla on Tuesday. Himachal
page: Bold, says Cong, listless for BJP
to be LS Deputy Speaker New Delhi, June 8
Democratic Alliance nominee Charanjit Singh Atwal is set to be unanimously
elected Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha tomorrow.
sign Reagan condolence book New Delhi, June 8
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and External Affairs Minister K. Natwar Singh today visited the US Embassy here and wrote on the condolence book on the demise of former President Ronald Reagan.
were forced to commit suicide Bathwala (Gurdaspur), June 8
Terrified women-folk from Madhya
Pradesh remained confined to their temporary cottages throughout the day
even as a pall of gloom descended on the brick kiln in this non-descript
village due to the suicide committed by three young sisters by jumping
before a speeding train yesterday morning.
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