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BJP protests induction of `tainted' ministers
PATNA, MAY 23.Criticising Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for appointing four `tainted' RJD Ministers in his team, including the multi-crore fodder scam accused, Laloo Prasad Yadav, the BJP today said it would launch an agitation across the State ...
Five Ministers quit
PATNA, MAY 23. Five Ministers in Rabri Devi Government, including Mohd Taslimuddin, Shakeel Ahmed and Akhilesh Prasad Singh who have been inducted into the Union Counicl of Ministers, have resigned after their election to the Lok Sabha and the ...
Chautala promises 50,000 jobs in six months
SIRSA, MAY 23 .The Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, said his Government would provide jobs to 50,000 unemployed youths in the State during the next six months. He made this announcement while addressing a meeting of workers of the ...
Jharkhand police undergo military training
RANCHI, MAY 23.The Jharkhand police are undergoing military training and acquiring modern weapons to tackle extremist groups which dominate 16 of the 22 districts of the State. Talking to UNI here today, the Inspector General of Police ...
Uma appeals to Centre for more power
BHOPAL, MAY 23.Congratulating Manmohan Singh on assuming the office of Prime Minister, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Uma Bharti today urged the Centre to provide full quota of its share of power from the Central pool. ``Madhya Pradesh is ...
Pondy students design air-propelled bike
PONDICHERRY, MAY 23. A group of final year Mechanical Engineering students - R Arunkumar, Gayathri and Sajana - of the Pondicherry Engineering College have designed a motorbike that is propelled by compressed air. The basic concept is of ...
Revenue department to issue caste, nationality certificates
PONDICHERRY, MAY 23. The Revenue Department will soon start the work of making caste and nationality certificates that would be valid for a period of 10 years. The certificates would be issued in the form of ID cards that would contain personal ...
`Take action against erring hospital staff'
PONDICHERRY, MAY 23. Around 60 members belonging to various human rights organisations, including the Federation for People's Rights (FPR), Future and the Thandhai Periyar Dravida Kazhagam today staged a demonstration in front of the Government ...
Online registration of FIRs
JALANDHAR, MAY 23.The Director General, Bureau of Police Research and Development, Sarabjit Singh, today revealed that the Punjab Government has cleared the ambitious project pertaining to implementation of computerised registration of FIRs at ...
Sonia's sacrifice enhanced nation's prestige: Gehlot
JAIPUR, MAY 23.The former Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, said here today that the Congress had emerged stronger after the decision by the party president, Sonia Gandhi, not to become the Prime Minister. The country's prestige too has ...
Guidelines for drought relief works
Rains bring respite in U.P.
LUCKNOW, MAY 23. The eastern part of Uttar Pradesh was lashed by unseasonal rains today bringing much needed respite to residents of the State who had been reeling under intense heat wave conditions for the last 15 days. More than 50 people ...
Water crisis grips Lucknow
LUCKNOW, MAY 23.At a time when the entire Uttar Pradesh is reeling under a severe spell of heatwave, the water crisis in Lucknow has further compounded the hardships of the people. The worst- hit are the old city areas of the State capital, ...
Uttaranchal Congress still hopeful
DEHRADUN, MAY 23.Leaders of the Uttaranchal Congress, who did not get any ministerial berths in the Manmohan Singh-led Government, today expressed hope that the State would get representation in the next Cabinet expansion. ``Although ...
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