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User: sanjaybhangar Topic: Surveillance
Category: Delhi
Last updated: Dec 22 2018 12:51 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Letters to the editor 15.10.2007 The Indian Express -- Front Page
This refers to the terrorist attack on the holy shrine...
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Lepto claims 22 lives in Mumbai 13.10.2007 TOI: Cities
The BMC commissioner set off the alarm bells by revealing that leptospirosis had claimed a record 22 lives in September.
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Lepto claimed 22 lives in September 13.10.2007 TOI: Cities
The BMC commissioner set off the alarm bells by revealing that leptospirosis had claimed a record 22 lives in September.
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NDMC plans to revamp garbage disposal system 12.10.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
To segregate bio-degradable and non-biodegradable sections
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Shrine on security radar after maps found on Lashkar 11.10.2007 The Indian Express -- Front Page
That the Ajmer Sharif dargah was a militant target became clear way back in 2002-03 when two Lashkar-e-Toiba militants were arrested...
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Kashmiri Pandits get I-cards 5.10.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
The cards classify the possessors as bona fide residents of Jammu & Kashmir
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Lead India: Roadmap for a better India 5.10.2007 TOI: India
Four of Delhi's eight Lead India candidates take positions on five key issues facing the country. Read what the other four have to say tomorrow.
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Airline chief gets death threats 2.10.2007 TOI: India
The chairman of a private airlines has alleged that he has been receiving calls and threatening messages on his mobile from an unknown number.
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Capital’s 42 centurion citizens to get Rs 1,001 monthly pension now 2.10.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
Sheila Dikshit launches identity cards for senior citizens on World Elders’ Day
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Rangoon isn't Kathmandu 1.10.2007 The Indian Express -- Front Page
India's Burma policy has to pass a series of reality checks. Some of them relate to N-E militancy, some to China.
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Poll panel to ensure ID cards for Gujarat riot affected 29.9.2007 The Indian Express -- Front Page
After completing the process of updating electoral rolls in Gujarat, all three election commissioners...
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New voter registration centres by October 27.9.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit declared on Wednesday that new Voter Registration Electoral Photo Identity Card (VREPIC) centres would become functional in the Capital’s different Assembly segments by October 31. These centres ...
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Voter registration centre opened 23.9.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: A new voter registration and election photo identity card centre was inaugurated by senior officials of the Election Commission at Tilak Nagar in West Delhi on Saturday. The centre, set up in record time, will have facilities ...
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Concern over content and conduct 20.9.2007 India Together
A Delhi-based TV channel's fraudulent sting operation has brought the recklessness of television journalism to the fore again. The government seems open to some self-regulation even as its own draft legislation sits on the back burner. But time is clearly running out for the broadcast industry, writes Ammu Joseph.
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America shows its might 20.9.2007 Telegraph: Front Page
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President George W. Bush may consider themselves nuclear buddies, but their enthusiasm about the 123 Agreement does not extend to Indian nuclear scientists.
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CPI (M-L) rally for broadening PDS reach 20.9.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
The gathering also demands distribution of food grains at subsidised prices
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IT Act to be amended to crack cyber crimes 15.9.2007 New Indian Express
IT Act to be amended to crack cyber crimes
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Department of Information Techlogy Gives Rupees 3.5 crore to CBI for Software Tools 14.9.2007 Govt of india: PIB
Department of Information Techlogy Gives Rupees 3.5 crore to CBI for Software Tools
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Alleged burglar held with help of CCTV 12.9.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: An alleged burglar has been arrested with the help of closed-circuit television camera footage at Dilshad Garden here. Kavita, a resident of Dilshad Garden, recently noticed some jewellery missing from her house. On Sunday, she got ...
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'Sharif to be deported if he returns' 10.9.2007 Central Chronicle
'Sharif to be deported if he returns'
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