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Flying squads to check copying
CHANDIGARH, MARCH 6.The Haryana State School Education Board has constituted 473 flying squads to check the use of unfair means and copying during the Senior Secondary and Matriculation examinations commencing from March 12 and 13 respectively. ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Consensus eludes candidates' selection
JAMMU, MARCH 6. The campaign for the Lok Sabha elections is yet to take off in Jammu and Kashmir as a consensus on the candidates is eluding the political parties, particularly the ruling coalition. In Jammu province, the National Panthers ...
Mineral water bottling plant raided
INDORE, MARCH 6.The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) today seized a large quantity of water bottles bearing fake ISI mark from a mineral water unit in Mhow near here. The BIS team that raided the unit which bottles mineral water with brand ...
BJP legislator spearheads Koshal slogan
BHUBANESWAR, MARCH 6.All major political parties of Orissa are opposed to the demand for creation of a separate Koshal state, but the Bharatiya Janata Party legislator, Balgopal Mishra, has launched a campaign demanding such a state, comprising ...
Controversy over seat allocation puts PMK in a fix
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 6. With the growing protest by the ruling Congress in Pondicherry against the allocation of the lone Lok Sabha seat here to the PMK in the Democratic Progressive Alliance, one gets the impression that the PMK has an increased ...
Pondy Youth Congress plea to Sonia
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 6. About 1,000 Pondicherry Youth Congress volunteers today sent individual telegrams to the party president, Sonia Gandhi, urging her to let the Congress go it alone in the Lok Sabha poll in the Union Territory. The youth ...
Sonia's road show in March third week
JALANDHAR, MARCH 6. The State Congress chief, H.S. Hanspal, today revealed that the party president, Sonia Gandhi, would visit the state for road shows in the third week of March. "After great success of her road shows in Haryana and Himachal ...
Khurana discounts reports of `darbar politics'
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6.The Rajasthan Governor, Madan Lal Khurana, today said that he was not indulging in "`darbar politics'', and his efforts were aimed at redressing the grievances of the people below the poverty line. This weekly initiative, he ...
BJP rejects prediction of tough fight
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6. Targeting Uttar Pradesh and Bihar where 120 Lok Sabha seats are at stake, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today assigned the task of coordinating the party's strategy in Uttar Pradesh to its general secretary, Pramod Mahajan, ...
20 injured in clash during Holi procession
BAREILLY (UP), MARCH 6.At least 20 persons were injured in a clash triggered by a dispute over taking out a Holi procession here today, forcing the police to fire in the air. The situation escalated when coloured water fell on some people ...
NGO to act as `independent observer' in polls
DEHRA DUN, MARCH 6.The Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra (RLEK), a Dehra Dun-based NGO which acted as an `independent observer' during the State Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir in 2002 has volunteered to perform a similar exercise ...
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