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September 30, 2001 - September 30, 2001

BJP, Samata Party bury differences Sunday, September 30, 2001

Source:Times News Network
VADODARA: The Bharatiya Janata Party and the Samata Party in the Vadodara Municipal Corporation dumped their differences at the last moment to strike an alliance for election to the vacant posts in the standing committee. The proposal of a panel of six corporators for the committee by the alliance passed smoothly after a vote in the general body meeting on Saturday.

The board meeting on Saturday began at a stormy note with the Congress councillors alleging that Bharati Vyas had acted in an unfair manner by accepting BJP's proposal, which had at the beginning of the meeting the only proposal to be received was that of the inclusion of six Congress members in the standing committee.


According to Congress councillor Chirag Jhaveri, "The BJP proposal had arrived late after the mayor had announced that she had received only one proposal which was ours. However, later she went on to include the BJP proposal."


Congress members have said that they may take the issue to court. "We will wait for the minutes of the meeting which will be circulated before the next general board. If it mentions that two proposals were received, we will seek legal advise," said senior Congress leader Anuj Patel.


The BJP, which had severed ties with the Samata since the requisition meeting called a few months ago, ditched Nisarhussian Saiyed of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Independent Dilip Kothari for proving majority in the House. The two councillors had supported the BJP when the Opposition and the Samata Party called a requisition meeting to reprimand the administration.

News Source : The Times of India [India's best Newspaper]


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Junagadh :: Tap on proliferation of tuition classes Sunday, September 30, 2001

Source:Times News Network
JUNAGADH: The president of the Junagadh unit of Shiv Sena, Shankersinh Thakur, in a memorandum submitted to district collector Sunayna Tomar demanded immediate action against mushrooming of tuition classes in the city, whose organisers are allegedly associated with government colleges and schools.


Thakur said these tuition classes charge exorbitant fees, which are beyond the reach of common students. This also affects overall standard of education, he added.


The Sena has demanded action against the operators of these classes.

News Source : The Times of India [India's best Newspaper]






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Rajkot admn gears up to meet any war-like situation Sunday, September 30, 2001

Source:Times News Network
RAJKOT: The district administration has geared itself to meet any war-like situation in view of the recent terrorist attacks in the US.

District collector P N Patel held a meeting to chalk out a plan to provide maximum protection to communication links, water supply, highways power and water supply schemes, besides taking measures to maintain essential supplies in case of any crisis.

The meeting was attended among others by municipal commissioner J P Gupta, district superintendent of police Ajaykumar Tomar and deputy police commissioner Narsinh Coomar.

News Source : The Times of India [India's best Newspaper]


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Kheda DSP headquarters shifted to Nadiad Sunday, September 30, 2001

Source:Times News Network
NADIAD: The state government has decided to shift the district superintendent of police headquarters (Kheda district) from Kheda to Nadiad. Minister of state for home Haren Pandya has given an assurance to this effect.


Following bifurcation of Kheda district into Kheda and Anand, most of the offices in Kheda district had shifted from Kheda to Nadiad. However, the DSP headquarters continued to function from Kheda, which used to put people in great inconvenience.

News Source : The Times of India [India's best Newspaper]






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Bhavnagar :: CPI(M) conducts protest rally Sunday, September 30, 2001

Source : Times News Network
BHAVNAGAR: The Bhavnagar unit of Communist Party of India CPI(M) on Friday staged a demonstration opposite the local post office here to protest against the liberalised policy of the Central government, rising prices of essential commodities, curbs on recruitment in jobs and indiscriminate imports that had affected the small-scale industries and farmers. However, when the rallyists tried to enter the post office, the police arrested them. According to a CPI(M) release, the police arrested 4,763 workers of the party for trying to storm the post office.

The rally was led by the party's state secretary, Subodh Mehta. A large number of students, workers, farmers and women participated in the procession.

News Source : The Times of India [India's best Newspaper]


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