August 16, 2004, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
moots code of conduct for parties New
Delhi, August 15
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today
put water management at the epicentre of the new development paradigm and
obliquely cautioned that the ongoing river-water disputes among state
governments could turn out to be potentially divisive.
The Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, addresses the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort on the occasion of the 58th Independence Day in Delhi on Sunday. — PTI
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children killed in Assam blast Guwahati, August 15
At least 17 children, including nine
girls, were killed and 40 others injured in a bomb explosion at an
official Independence Day function in Assam’s Dhemaji town today.
misses medal by whisker Athens, August 15
For the second successive day,
Indian women weightlifters missed their date with the Olympic medal. If
yesterday Kunjarani lost the medal race to finish fifth in the 48kg
category, it was turn of Sanamacha Chanu to miss the bronze in 53kg
killed in Himachal accident Shimla, August 15
As many as eight persons were
killed and seven injured when a utility vehicle fell into a nullah from
the road bridge, near Hatkoti temple, this afternoon.
team visits Parchu site Situation not alarming Shimla, August 15
With the Chinese authorities
asserting that allowing water to flow out in a natural way from the huge
lake formed in Tibet due to blockage of the Parchu rivulet is the safest
option, the water body is likely to become a permanent feature and a
matter of perpetual concern for the state.
UT, Punjab celebrate I-Day in ‘high spirits’ Chandigarh, August 15
It was real celebration time for
Bacchus lovers of Chandigarh who would not know what way to thank the UT
Administration for the wonderful I-Day gift it has given them. A liquor vend of Hallomajra in Chandigarh which was opened on I-Day after 7 pm following orders from the UT Excise Department.
— Tribune photo by Parvesh Chauhan
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