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Jammu & Kashmir
Madrassas in J&K to be given recognition
JAMMU, NOV. 19.The Jammu and Kashmir Government has decided to give "quick recognition" to the madrassas (Muslim seminaries) in the State that are prepared to comply with the norms set by the School Board of Education. Talking to The ...
We'll shift recruitment office: Railways
MUMBAI, NOV. 19. The Railway Ministry has threatened to shift its recruitment office from Mumbai to elsewhere, even outside Maharashtra, if the State Government cannot provide protection to the examination centres. A Ministry official ...
Heavyweights' fate to be decided today
AIZAWL, NOV. 19.Nine out of the 40 constituencies in Mizoram will see key contests between political heavyweights tomorrow. In a five-cornered contest at Champhai, the Chief Minister, Zoramthanga, is pitted against the former Chief Minister and ...
Karan Singh to head campaign committee
Party workers throw eggs at Orissa PCC chief
BHUBANESWAR, NOV. 19.The infighting in the Orissa unit of the Congress came to the open yet again when some party workers hurled rotten eggs and tomatoes at the Pradesh Congress Committee president, Sarat Patnaik, in Puri today. Mr. Patnaik ...
Utkal University VC replaced
BHUBANESWAR, NOV. 19.The Orissa Government has superseded the Utkal University here by invoking Section 31 of the Orissa University Act and appointed a senior IAS officer, Arun Kumar Samantaray, as Administrator replacing the Vice-Chancellor, ...
Bengal sounds alert in districts bordering Assam
KOLKATA, NOV.19. The authorities in West Bengal's two districts adjoining Assam have been alerted following the gunning down of four Biharis by the ULFA in Assam's Dhubri district, within a kilometre from West Bengal's Coochbehar ...
The Shukla factor in Chhattisgarh
BILASPUR, NOV. 19. There were times when the veteran Congress leader, Vidya Charan Shukla, could swing the politics in Madhya Pradesh the way he wanted. Vidya `bhaiya' as he is known in Chhattisgarh was the most sought after leader and candidates ...
Modi's charge against Sonia
BHILAI (CHHATTISGARH), NOV. 19.The Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, has alleged that the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, held a ``secret meeting'' with Christian missionaries in October. ``Ms. Gandhi will have to tell the people whether ...
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