Monday, November 10 1997

Parties concur on continuing special J&K status

[Details] A key member of the Jammu and Kashmir autonomy committee yesterday claimed that major political parties have reiterated their stand on continuation of article 370 under which state enjoys a special status. P L Handoo the said member of the panel, which concluded its discussions with leaders of different political parties in the capital, said that ruling National Conference's stand on "erosion and restoration of autonomy" has been generally appreciated by everybody.

Patel Roadways Ltd.

Dilip Chhabria Design

Ceat Financial Services Ltd.

Railways rally with Ekta for Paswan

[Details] In a shameless misuse of government machinery, men and material belonging to the Nagpur division of Central Railway is being used to organise the Ekta Rally of the Dalit Sena, to be held at Kasturchand Park tomorrow. All this courtsey Union railway minister Ramvilas Paswan who, as national president of the Dalit Sena, has attached great importance to the rally.

Tripathi for action against guilty MLAs

[Details] The Uttar Pradesh Assembly Speaker, Kesri Nath Tripathi, is prepared to initiate criminal proceedings against those MLAs involved in the violence that ensued in the House during the Kalyan Singh trust vote in October. "I am open to the idea of criminal action and will do whatever I deem necessary in the circumstances, including identifying the guilty MLAs", he said.
Congress decides not to ruffle Front feathers

BJP's "silent" comment on ties with Sena

Tripathi for action against guilty MLAs

Jain report is old story

Railways rally with Ekta for Paswan

Mahajan urges cadres to concentrate on elections

Stiff upper lips all around as report "exposes" RSS game

Not guilty, says former CBI official

Parties concur on continuing special J&K status

Partyline -- Atal flays delay over Uttaranchal

Quit politics, acquitted Subbulakshmi tells Jayalalitha

RSS chief blames politicians for country's state of affairs

Mid-term polls round the corner, feels Kanshi

CAG may join park project inquiry

Shaw Wallace

The Financial Express


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