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AASU calls for bandh
GUWAHATI, NOV. 14.The All-Assam Students' Union today called for a 24-hour bandh in the State on November 17 to protest against Wednesday's attack on the Assamese railway passengers in Bihar. At a press conference, the union adviser, Samujjwal ...
DGP blames Pappu Yadav men
PATNA, NOV. 14.The Bihar Director-General of police, D.P.Ojha, today claimed that the attack on Assamese railway passengers were carried out by the supporters of the independent MP from Purnia, Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav, and said that ...
Haryana leads in loan recovery
CHANDIGARH, NOV. 14. Haryana is leading the country in recovery of loans provided under the National Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Finance and Development Corporation (NSFDC) schemes, according to S.P. Sharma, Financial Commissioner and ...
Haryana strategy on drug control
CHANDIGARH, NOV. 14.The Haryana Health Department has introduced a multi-pronged strategy for effective implementation of its drug control programme, which includes linking of the drug control wing with all drug control authorities in the rest of ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Absentee doctors to be terminated
JAMMU, NOV 14.To improve medical facilities in the state, Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to terminate absentee doctors and is contemplating a reduction in charges of medical testing facilities, including MRI, state Health Minister Lal ...
Flights to Srinagar cancelled
SRINAGAR, NOV 14. All flights from Jammu and Delhi to Srinagar were cancelled for the second day today due to bad weather as upper reaches in the Kashmir valley experienced fresh snowfall since last evening. Official sources said all the ...
Digvijay files papers from Raghogarh
GUNA (MADHYA PRADESH), NOV. 14.The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Digvijay Singh, today launched the Congress party's campaign for the State Assembly elections from his home turf by filing his nomination papers for the Raghogarh Assembly seat, ...
President inaugurates IITF-2003
NEW DELHI, NOV. 14.The President, A.P. J. Abdul Kalam, today called upon the Indian industry to imbibe the spirit of competitiveness so that they can not only withstand global competition but also rank among the developed nations by the year ...
Kids get birth certificates from Kalam
NEW DELHI, NOV. 14."Children are our greatest wealth and it is the responsibility of the State to allow every child to blossom. The first step that would enable us to fulfil this responsibility would be the identification of the child soon after ...
Punjab Minister rebuts bankruptcy charge
CHANDIGARH, NOV 14.The Punjab Finance Minister, Lal Singh, today rebutted allegations that the State was on the brink of bankruptcy. Providing various figures, he claimed that the financial situation had actually improved through streamlining of ...
Vasundhara to contest only one seat
JAIPUR, NOV. 14.The Bharatiya Janata Party's chief ministerial candidate, Vasundhara Raje Scindia, today filed her nomination papers from the Jhalrapatan Assembly constituency only. The BJP had on Thursday announced that Ms. Scindia would contest ...
Mulayam presents deficit budget
LUCKNOW, NOV. 14.A budget showing an estimated deficit of Rs 6077.57 crores in the consolidated funds of the State was today presented in the Uttar Pradesh State Assembly for the current financial year. Taking into account the receipts of Rs 4649 ...
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