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Tapes to generate heat in Himachal House
SHIMLA, DEC.14.The release of controversial audio tape on the eve of winter session of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly by the sacked chairman of State Services Selection Board (SSSB), S.M. Katwal, is likely to generate much heat in the House. For ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Protest against death of civilians in crossfire
SRINAGAR, DEC. 14. Protest demonstrations rocked Srinagar city today after two civilians were killed in "crossfire" when a militant attacked Border Security Force personnel in Bemina locality. The militant has been arrested. Hundreds of people ...
Kingpin in paper scam nabbed
JAMMU, DEC 14.The kingpin behind the MD/MS question paper scam in Jammu and Kashmir, Dr Gulzaar Ahmed, along with five other people, has been arrested by the Vigilance Organisation. The spokesman for the organisation here said besides Dr Ahmed ...
Srinagar-Jammu highway closed due to heavy snowfall
SRINAGAR, DEC 14. The Kashmir Valley was cut off from the rest of the country following the closure of 300-km-long Srinagar-Jammu National Highway due to fresh snowfall in higher reaches and heavy rains in the lower areas, even as cold wave ...
Congress MLAs leave choice of leader to Sonia
JAIPUR, DEC. 14.Members of the Congress Legislature Party(CLP) in Rajasthan, who met here today to elect a new leader, chose to leave it to the party president, Sonia Gandhi. The meeting, attended by a majority of the 56 newly elected MLAs ...
Benazir prays for India, Pakistan peace at Ajmer
JAIPUR, DEC. 14.The former Pakistan Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, today visited the Dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer to pay obeisance and pray for the progress of the ongoing overtures for peace between India and Pakistan. Ms. ...
Le Meridien opened in Pink City
JAIPUR, DEC. 14. The Pink City added another landmark in its hospitality sector with the launch of the 120-room international hotel, Le Meridien here today. Located away from the bustle of the midtown on the Jaipur-Delhi Highway in Kukas, Le ...
Distrust threatening world peace: Mulayam
LUCKNOW, DEC 14.The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, has underlined the need for cordial ties between India and Pakistan to ensure world peace. Addressing the Fourth International Conference of Chief Justices of the World ...
Girl 'swallowed' by python located
LUCKNOW, DEC 14.Putting to rest rumours that a 17-year-old girl was swallowed by a python, police rescued her from Unnao district last night, three days after she went missing. The girl, Guddi, was reportedly kidnapped by her lover. Police ...
Raman Singh assigns portfolios
RAIPUR, DEC. 14.The Chhattisgarh Chief Minister, Raman Singh, today assigned portfolios to members of his Council of Ministers, keeping the General Administration Department (GAD), Energy, Public Relations, Mines and Public Grievances with ...
Spurt in leopard population close to human habitation
DEHRA DUN, DEC 14.The population of leopards in Uttaranchal has increased in forest areas close to human habitation while it has decreased in protected areas, prompting experts to recommend immediate rethink of the state's wildlife policies. ...
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