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Assam
Cable cartel ends row with BSNL
GUWAHATI, MAY 29.The cartel of 20 or so cable manufacturers, that had virtually stopped repair and maintenance of landline telephones all over the country for a full year and nine months following a dispute over rates, has resumed supply at rates ...

Zoo seeks corporate sector aid
GUWAHATI, MAY 29.The Assam State Zoo has appealed to corporate houses to adopt animals at the facility and help implement a master plan for its modernisation. The Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) in charge of the zoo, Narayan Mahanta, gave a ...

Bihar
One killed as mob attacks police outpost
ARWAL, MAY 29. One person was killed as a mob clashed with police at Sahar Telpa outpost under Karpi police station in Bihar's Arwal district today forcing the police to open fire in the air. A stone hit a youth identified as Ashok Kumar on ...

Gujarat
Opposition to Modi remains strong in state BJP unit
HYDERABAD, MAY 29. The Gujarat Bharatiya Janata Party dissident leader, Purushottam Solanki, has denied that he had apologised to the party president,Venkaiah Naidu, for raising a banner of revolt against Chief Minister Narendra Modi. Mr. Solanki ...

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  • Big fire in watch factory

    Jammu & Kashmir
    Women's Bill likely to lapse
    JAMMU, MAY 29. The controversial Permanent Resident (Disqualification) Bill 2004, is likely to lapse due to the non-fulfilment of the constitutional provision of convening a session of the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council for considering a ...

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  • Spending curb order comes under fire

    Madhya Pradesh
    Sarkaria panel suggestions relevant today: Pachauri
    BHOPAL, MAY 29. The new Union Minister of State for Personnel and Parliamentary Affairs, Suresh Pachauri, today said that the Sarkaria Commission recommendations could help in defining Centre-State relations, especially if the same party ...

    Manipur
    CBI to probe murder of Minister's daughter
    IMPHAL, MAY 29. The CBI has taken over the investigation of the case of kidnap, rape and murder of the eight-year-old daughter of a Manipur Minister. Elizabeth Luningla, daughter of the General Administration Department Minister, Francis ...

    Orissa
    Experts' panel prevented from inspecting `Neelachakra' damage
    BHUBANESWAR, MAY 29.The controversy over the alleged damage to Neelachakra, the sacred `blue wheel' atop the Lord Jagannath temple in Puri, has deepened after the servitors of the temple prevented members of an experts committee from climbing up ...

    Pondicherry
    MBBS entrance exam today
    PONDICHERRY, MAY 29. In all 29,117 candidates are likely to appear for the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) entrance examination for admission to the MBBS course to be held on Sunday at seven centres: ...

    Matric topper wants to start industry
    PONDICHERRY, MAY 29."The whole family had to forego watching television for three months as my matriculation exams approached and I too started studying till one in the night", says proud and excited Bhavana Ramesh of St Patrick Matriculation ...

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  • Housing co-op presents Rs. 17 lakhs dividend to govt.
  • MPs pay tribute to Chief Secretary
  • Six hurt in Manamedu clash
  • Pondy an exciting tourist destination: CII

    Rajasthan
    Vasundhara gets a go ahead for Cabinet expansion
    JAIPUR, MAY 29.Amid hectic political activities for the upcoming Cabinet expansion in Rajasthan, the Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje, visited New Delhi on Friday for getting the green signal from the Bharatiya Janata Party's Central ...

    Panel for consensus solution to problems of dyeing industry
    JAIPUR, MAY 29.A Cabinet sub-committee appointed by the Rajasthan Government to study the problems confronting the textile dyeing and printing industry has favoured a "practicable solution" to the problem of water and environmental ...

    Union Territories
    'PGI will serve as a model for other institutes'
    CHANDIGARH, MAY 29. Subtle changes are taking place at the prestigious PGI medical institute here to make the institution more people-friendly, improve hospital care services and ensure proper manpower development with the overall focus ...

    Uttar Pradesh
    U.P. Congress against any alliance
    LUCKNOW, MAY 29.The Congress leadership in Uttar Pradesh has expressed itself in favour of going it alone in future elections in the State. While at the national level the party has accepted the worth of alliance politics to rule over the ...



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