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Friday, January 23, 2004
Bihar leaders active again
PATNA, JAN. 22. Come election time and caste groups and their leaders become active in Bihar. Political leaders vie with each other to grace gatherings, meetings and impart their messages. The past few weeks have seen a series of such milieu and ...
M.P. directive on payment of wages
BHOPAL, JAN. 22.Under the Madhya Pradesh Government's revised tendu leaf policy, directions have been issued to maintain full transparency in the payment of wages to tendu leaf pluckers through the Primary Forest Produce Cooperative ...
Around the world, through storms and choppy seas
MUMBAI, JAN. 22. The Navy's Tall Ship, INS Tarangini, is completing one year of its round-the-world voyage today. It has been through storms and choppy seas, on a mission of goodwill, and meanwhile training its cadets. INS Tarangini, a ...
Plea to be filed for return of Shivaji's sword
PUNE, JAN. 22. The tussle for the ownership of the 350-year-old sword of Maratha warrior king Chhatrapati Shivaji, which is part of the personal collection of the Queen of England, has reared its head once again with Barrister Bhaskar Ghorpade, ...
Mixing religion, politics not right: Mata Amrithanandamayi
PONDICHERRY, JAN. 22. Mata Amrithanandamayi has said the present trend of mixing religion and politics was not right. Speaking at a reception organised in Pondicherry on Wednesday, she expressed concern over growing violence and terrorism in ...
`Extend financial help to SC students'
PONDICHERRY, JAN. 22. The Pondicherry Ministerial Staff Federation has called upon the Government to evolve a scheme to provide financial assistance for Scheduled Caste students doing professional courses in private self-financing colleges. N. ...
Congress responsible for State's ills: Vasundhara
JAIPUR, JAN. 22.The noted economist and founder chairman of the Jaipur-based Institute of Development Studies (IDS), M.V. Mathur, died in Baltimore in the U.S. on Wednesday after a prolonged illness. He is survived by his daughter, with whom he ...
7,500 teachers to be appointed
DEHRA DUN, JAN. 22. The Congress-led Government in Uttaranchal Pradesh has announced decisions aimed at wooing the electorate before the impending general elections. The Government has decided to fill 7,500 posts of teachers. The selection ...
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