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Assam
Flyover to ensure rhino's safety
GUWAHATI, JULY 27.Having fallen prey to the mighty Brahmaputra in spate year after year, the one-horned rhino may yet live another day in its only sanctuary if the Assam government's proposal for a flyover or underground tunnel in Kaziranga comes ...


Haryana
Forest cover on rise
CHANDIGARH, JULY. 27. The forest cover in Haryana has increased by 82 per cent during the period from 1999 to 2001, according to the State of Forest Report-2001 released by the Union Forest Survey of India, Ministry of Environment and Forests, ...


Himachal Pradesh
Minjar Fair opened with fanfare
SHIMLA, JULY 27. The week-long, world famous Minjar Fair of Chamba was inaugurated today with a great fanfare by the Governor of the State, Justice (retd.) V.S. Kokje. Speaking on the occasion he stressed the need for preserving the rich cultural ...


Jammu & Kashmir
Dialogue only way out, says Mufti
JAMMU, JULY 27. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, today stressed the importance of dialogue to bring lasting peace in the State. Speaking at a prize distribution ceremony of Kashmir Open 2003 Golf here this afternoon, ...


Madhya Pradesh
Uma terms Govt. as 'Muslim-centric'
BHOPAL, JULY 27. Accusing the Digvijay Singh Government in Madhya Pradesh of trying to divide the society through its pre-poll "gimmick of minority agenda", senior BJP leader Uma Bharati today said it is "Muslim-centric" and ignores other ...


New Delhi
Assembly session without Question Hour
NEW DELHI, JULY 27. In what is being termed as a very unusual situation, the two-day session of the Delhi Assembly beginning tomorrow will not allow an opportunity to the MLAs to raise issues and problems concerning their constituencies. Lack of ...
'Quick repair of Qutub camera'
NEW DELHI, JULY 27. The Union Tourism and Culture Minister, Jagmohan, has said that the malfunctioning camera atop the Qutub Minar would be repaired immediately. Installed two years ago to give viewers a chance to see the view from Delhi's ...
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    Rajasthan
    State keen on Bhiwadi-Rewari rail link
    JAIPUR, JULY 27.The Rajasthan Government is keen to get a rail line installed between its industrial town Bhiwadi in Alwar district and Rewari in Haryana. The Government has sought inclusion of the proposal for the 15 km long route in the ...
    'PM's visit aims at elections'
    JAIPUR, JULY 27. Even as the Rajasthan BJP is leaving no stone unturned to make the public meeting of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, scheduled here on August 10 a big event, the Congress leadership has started targeting the proposed ...


    Uttar Pradesh
    Mayawati holds party meetings
    NEW DELHI, JULY 27.The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party Vice-President, Mayawati, who was here to oversee party activities in view of coming assembly elections, flew back to Lucknow this evening. During her three-day stay, ...
    Opposition meet on Aug. 1
    LUCKNOW, JULY 27.The Opposition parties in Uttar Pradesh will meet here on August 1 to chalk out a strategy to take on the Mayawati-led BSP-BJP Government in the State during the ensuing budget session of the State legislature, commencing on ...
    Fish deaths in Gomti causing concern
    LUCKNOW, JULY 27.The effluents flushed into River Gomti by distilleries around Lucknow have alarmingly made 24 species of fish vulnerable to extinction and have recently led to the death of lakhs of fish. The frequent inflow of heavy metals ...



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