June 19, 2004, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Modi may go BJP MPs meet tomorrow New Delhi, June 18
A meeting of the BJP parliamentary board has been convened here on Sunday to discuss the party's debacle in the just-concluded Lok Sabha poll
Noted danseuse Sonal Mansingh performing along with her troupe at the “Sindhu Darshan” festival in Leh on Friday. — PTI
prices may go up; subsidy bill to cross Rs 17,500 cr New Delhi, June 18
After announcing substantial price hike in petro products, the government is likely to announce increase in fertiliser prices by 10-15 per cent in the coming Budget.
This seems certain despite strong resistance from within the Congress party, alliance partners and Leftist parties.
Budget will reflect CMP: Chidambaram New Delhi, June 18
While maintaining that the first Budget of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) will reflect the basic thrust of its common minimum programme (CMP), Finance Minister
P. Chidambaram today cautioned that he might not be able to realise all the promises made in the document this time round. In video: Left says Budget
should adhere to CMP.(28k, 56k)
Gurdaspur/Amritsar, June 18
The SAD today
suffered a major setback when the candidature of two former Akali
ministers, Sucha Singh Langah and Sewa Singh Sekhwan, and
Alwinder Pal Singh Pakhoke, working President, SGPC, for the
J&K part of India, says EU Ambassador Srinagar, June 18
Asserting that European Union treated Jammu and Kashmir as any other part of India, EU Ambassador to New Delhi Francisco Da Camara Gomes today said The grouping supported the efforts between India and Pakistan to normalise relations.
IIM to revert to
old fee structure Kolkata, June 18
The local Indian Institute of Management, today decided to revert to its old fee structure of Rs 1.25 lakh per annum, but also resolved to offer “need-based scholarships” to students from families with a weak financial position.
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