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Saturday, June 19, 2004
Bihar Assembly adjourned before schedule
PATNA, JUNE 18.The Bihar Assembly was adjourned in its pre-lunch session today following ruckus created by the opposition over the issue of killings of political workers after the Lok Sabha election and for allegedly implicating them in false and ...
Haryana resolution on SYL
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 18.The Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, today said that a resolution on the Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal would be brought in the ensuing session of the Haryana Assembly on June 21. The resolution will be brought ...
Lakshminarayanan launches `computers in schools' scheme
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 18. The Education Minister, K Lakshminarayanan today inaugurated a Rs. 60-lakh computer-based learning project in Pondicherry under the Central Sarva Siksha Abhiyan scheme at a government high school at Korkadu in Embalam ...
Despite the odds, this school is doing well
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 18. The Government High School at Korkadu in Embalam (reserved) Assembly constituency in Pondicherry is short of teachers to handle key subjects in Standard Ten (SSLC). But this has not deterred the school from establishing for ...
House discusses sale of Punjab Tractors
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 18.The Punjab Government today managed to put forward a major defence for its last year's decision to sell off its stakes in the Punjab Tractors Limited (PTL), which manufactures tractors under the brand name of ...
SGPC polls: Setback to Akalis as several nominations rejected
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 18.In a severe setback to the Shiromani Akali Dal, the nominations of SGPC acting chief Alwinderpal Singh Pakoke, former ministers Sucha Singh Langha and Sewa Singh Sekhwan for elections to the religious body were cancelled by ...
CDHR team complains against Dausa Collector
JAIPUR, JUNE 18.The activists of the Centre for Dalit Human Rights here have accused the District Collector of Dausa of misbehaving with them and using derogatory remarks when they tried to meet him recently to submit a memorandum. They have also ...
New cars for Rajasthan Ministers
JAIPUR, JUNE 18.The members of the Rajasthan Cabinet will soon get new cars with the State Government purchasing a fleet of 30 Ambassadors for them. The majority of the cars currently being used by the Ministers have developed snags and are ...
Film on Tagore becomes last celluloid record of Nobel
KOLKATA, JUNE 18.Just 10 days before the Nobel medal of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore was stolen, a Films Division documentary, now on the editing table, captured the coveted treasure, citation and other artefacts on film, making it the last ...
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