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Gujarat
President celebrates 73rd birthday
SURAT, OCT. 15. The president, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, today celebrated his 73rd birthday among religious heads and children at Surat in south Gujarat. Termed as the "Surat Spiritual Declaration'' and signed by representatives of various religions ...


Haryana
Hooda threatens to queer INLD pitch in Rajasthan
CHANDIGARH, OCT. 15. Even as the Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, is busy campaigning in Rajasthan to ensure that his party, the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), is able to carve out a niche for itself in the neighbouring State, the ...


Himachal Pradesh
BJP fires a salvo at Himachal CM
SHIMLA, OCT. 15.Former Himachal Pradesh Health Minister and senior BJP leader, Jagat Prakash Nadda, today accused the Virbhadra Singh government as "status quoist, inconsistent and visionless" in its approach towards the development of the State. ...


Madhya Pradesh
Now, a green touch to Assembly polls
BHOPAL, OCT. 15.For the sake of protecting the environment, major political parties have been urged to prevent tainted politicians, said to be involved in the destruction of forests, from getting elected as legislators in the forthcoming Assembly ...


New Delhi
Say yes to fire-crackers to control dengue
NEW DELHI, OCT. 15.Say yes to firecrackers to get rid of mosquitoes and the dreaded dengue! This seems to be the new ``mantra'' of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, particularly its Health Department, which is busy fighting the dengue fever. It ...
Pre-paid card launched
NEW DELHI, OCT. 15. India's first multi-purpose pre-paid card, "ITZ Cash'' was today launched by Essel Group. To promote the unique concept that is expected to add different dimensions to the business of retailing, the Essel Group has launched a ...
Other Stories

  • Prospective candidates shift focus on AICC leadership
  • Replies sought on steps to rehabilitate sex workers
  • Civic bodies urged to prepare infrastructure services plans
  • Bungalow acquired for Ambedkar memorial
  • Road named after Appleby


    Rajasthan
    Strict vigil on campaign expenses, says Lyngdoh
    JAIPUR, OCT. 15.The Election Commission has hinted at a strict vigil on the campaign expenses of individual candidates in the coming elections to five State Assemblies. Rules have been changed making each candidate fully accountable for his/her ...
    Procurement shift to solve bajra row
    JAIPUR, OCT. 15.Even as the ruling Congress(I) and Opposition Bharatiya Janata Party in Rajasthan trade charges and counter-charges over procurement of bajra, a noted economist here has suggested a shift in the procurement policy to make the ...



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