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Himachal Pradesh
Cong. leaders review Govt. working in H.P.
SHIMLA, JAN. 4. Mr. Ghulam Nabi Azad, the in charge of party affairs in Himachal Pradesh, has expressed satisfaction on the 10-month long rule of the Congress in the state. The Congress general secretary who had come to asses the developments ...
Himachal priority for safe drinking water
SHIMLA, JAN.4.The Himachal Pradesh Government is giving a top priority to the basic necessity of providing safe drinking water to the people of the state. According to a government spokesman most habitations would be covered in a time-bound ...


Jammu & Kashmir
Train services resume after militant attack
JAMMU, JAN 4.Train services resumed here Saturday after a suspected militant attack on the railway station. On Friday, two suspected Muslim rebels attacked the crowded railway station here killing four security men and injuring at least 12 ...
Plan to promote cooperatives
SRINAGAR, JAN 4.Jammu and Kashmir government has initiated a number of measures to promote formation of cooperative societies in the state, and the results can already be seen in the form of increased farm and dairy produce, official sources said ...


Maharashtra
Bollywood got `bold' in 2003, but the punch was missing
MUMBAI, JAN. 4.Perhaps it was a bid to beat all those surreptitious dubbed or Hindi films that managed to take away some of the revenue that should come to regularly censored films or it could just be a sign of the changing times: but Bollywood ...
Kirron Kher bags Pak award
MUMBAI, JAN. 4.Actress Kirron Kher's powerful performance as a middle-aged woman caught between the forces of fundamentalism on either side of the Indo-Pakistan border in the film `Khamosh Pani' has been awarded at the Karachi Film Festival in ...


New Delhi
Children given polio drops
NEW DELHI, JAN 4. Even as the Union Health Minister, Sushma Swaraj resolved to totally eliminate the polio virus from the country by the year end, lakhs of children across the Capital were today administered pulse polio drops under the revised ...
Other Stories

  • Programmes to mark road safety week
  • Meet for better DTC, Metro coordination
  • Intense lobbying for Leader's post
  • Process begins for filling up vacancies in MCD


    Punjab
    Cold wave unabated in North; fog disrupts normal life
    CHANDIGARH, JAN. 4.The mercury hovered 1 to 3 degree Celsius below normal at several places in northern States today which continued to shiver in the intense cold wave sweeping the region even as a thick blanket of fog hit rail, road and air ...
    Bhattal softens stand, rules out split
    JALANDHAR, JAN. 4.Softening her stance, dissident Punjab Congress leader Rajinder Kaur Bhattal today ruled out the possibility of a split in the party and assured that the rebel group would not harm the party's interests. Talking to reporters ...


    Rajasthan
    Rajasthan secures power loans
    JAIPUR, JAN. 4.The Power Finance Corporation (PFC) has agreed to give loans worth Rs. 208 crores to the State-owned electricity generation, transmission and distribution companies in Rajasthan and reduced the interest rate on loans given earlier ...


    Uttar Pradesh
    Search on for `extinct' bird
    LUCKNOW, JAN 4.The Uttar Pradesh Forest department is making an all-out effort to spot the long-legged bird, Warbler, which is believed to be extinct since 1894. R L Singh, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, told UNI here today the ...



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