2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Pressure mounts on Vasundhara Party leaders meet Rajnath;
talks with Gujjar leader today
New Delhi, June 3
As the impasse over Gujjar’s demand for
Scheduled Tribe status in Rajasthan continued, pressure mounted on Chief
Minister Vasundhara Raje today with the community leaders, including her
Cabinet colleague and party MLAs, alleging inaction and seeking BJP high
Members of the Gujjar community block the railway track during a demonstration in support of their demand for reservation
in Meerut on Sunday.
— PTI photo
declaration to be released today MPs
get reference to J&K deleted Shimla, June
The Indian delegation
stood up to assert the stated position of the country that
no bilateral issue would be discussed at the SAARC forum
and prevailed upon the participants to get the mention of
Jammu and Kashmir deleted from the final draft of the
Reprocessing of spent fuel
Nothing short of ‘upfront consent’ acceptable: India New Delhi, June 3
India has hard talked to the United States in the past three days on the 123 agreement and conveyed its bottomline approach that nothing short of Washington’s “upfront consent” on reprocessing of spent fuel will be acceptable to New Delhi.
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Russian army chief arrives today New Delhi, June 3
The commander-in-chief of the Russian Land Forces Army, General Alexei Fedorovich
Maslov, will arrive here tomorrow on a five-day visit which is aimed at enhancing the defence ties between two of the oldest allies.
10 Indian peacekeepers honoured Jerusalem, June 3
Ten Indian peacekeepers with the United Nations have been honoured for saving lives of injured Belgian soldiers in Lebanon.
They were conferred the 'Medal of Merit of the King of Belgium.'
1993 Blasts Sentencing of
Sanjay Dutt, others awaited Mumbai, June 3
Sixty-three of the total 100
convicts in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case have been sentenced in the last
two weeks, and the next two weeks would witness the climax of the trial,
as it would be the turn of the main conspirators.
Big-B land deal Law will take
its course: Maya Lucknow, June 3
In a guarded reaction over alleged
irregularities in the purchase of land by Amitabh Bachchan in the state,
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati said today that the law would take
New Delhi, June 3
As mercury soared to
unbearable levels across the North India today, people mostly
remained indoors to escape from the scorching sun with the
sweltering heat conditions claiming 10 more lives in Uttar Pradesh,
raising the toll since the onset of summers to 22.
A man pours water on head to get rid of the scorching temperature in the National Capital on Sunday. — PTI photo
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