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BJP unprincipled, opportunistic: Chautala
BAHADURGARH, MARCH 28. Launching a scathing attack on the BJP, the Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, today termed it as ``unprincipled, opportunistic and power hungry''. ``BJP is so power hungry that it will forge alliance with any ...
Him Loktantrik Morcha merges with BJP
SHIMLA, MARCH.28.The State BJP got a shot in the arm today when the firebrand MLA, Mohinder Singh Thakur, merged his political outfit, Him Loktantrik Morcha, with the BJP. Mr. Thakur, who represents the Dharampur constituency of Mandi district, ...
`Indira Sagar project ahead of schedule'
BHOPAL, MARCH, 28.The Chairman-and-Managing Director of Narmada Hydroelectric Development Corporation, Yogendra Prasad, today said here that due to better management and early commissioning of Indira Sagar project on the Narmada river in Madhya ...
Commandos to be inducted into police force
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 28. An emergency meeting of the police officers convened by the Pondicherry Chief Secretary, R. Padmanabhan (also looking after the Home Department), here on Saturday decided to induct 16 commandos into the force to check ...
Rs. 210.71-cr. credit plan for Pondy
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 28. The Pondicherry Chief Secretary, R. Padmanabhan, has called upon banks to increase their deployment of credit for agriculture and urged them to extend loans to larger number of industrial units under the technology ...
Farmers threaten to block rail traffic
CHANDIGARH, MARCH 28. Farmers from Punjab, owing allegiance to some peasant organisations, today threatened to block rail traffic in the State tomorrow to protest alleged failure of the Amarinder Singh Government to implement their several ...
Transfer officer for favouring Congress: SAD
JALANDHAR, MARCH 28.The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today urged the Election Commission to transfer a State Government officer for showing favour to a political party. In a letter written to the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC), the former ...
Khurana suspends `Garib sunwai' programme
JAIPUR, MARCH 28.The Rajasthan Governor, Madan Lal Khurana, today announced his decision to discontinue with the "Garib sunwai'' programme at Raj Bhawan till the Lok Sabha elections are over. Mr.Khurana has taken this decision following criticism ...
Ensure transparency, poll officials told
JAIPUR, MARCH 28.The Chief Election Officer of Rajasthan, Lalit Kothari, has called upon officials associated with the process of the Lok Sabha elections to ensure transparent, peaceful and free and fair polling by strictly adhering to the ...
Congress targets BJP on Women's Bill
DEHRA DUN, MARCH 28.In a major bid to woo women voters who outnumber men in Uttaranchal, the ruling Congress has embarked upon a campaign to target the BJP- led NDA Government for having deliberately failed to get the Women's Reservation Bill ...
Curbs on scribes flayed
DEHRA DUN, MARCH 28.The Uttaranchal Government's order banning entry of journalists in the State Secretariat before 12 pm and after 3 pm has drawn flak from scribes and concerned citizen. Describing the order as a shameful act aimed at ...
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