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Tuesday, July 06, 2004
14 killed in two accidents
GUWAHATI, JULY 5. Fourteen persons were killed, and at least 10 injured in two separate road accidents along the national highway in Assam. In the first accident, which occurred near Khetri, near here, 11 passengers were killed, and eight injured ...
Haryana bid to meet power demand
CHANDIGARH, JULY 5.The Chairman of the Haryana Power Distribution Corporations, B.S. Rathee, disclosed here today that the Power Utilities were purchasing power worth about Rs.15 crores daily as against Rs.10 crores to Rs.11 crores per day ...
Jammu & Kashmir
`Artificial colours may destroy horticulture'
SRINAGAR, JULY 5.The Jammu and Kashmir Minister for Agriculture and Cooperatives, Abdul Aziz Zargar, has warned unscrupulous traders and orchardists against using hormones and artificial colours on fruits, saying that the practice is disastrous ...
Surplus Government land to be sold
BHUBANESWAR, JULY 5. In a bid to generate additional funds, the Orissa Government has decided to take a series of measures, including the sale of surplus Government land, the Finance Minister, Prafulla Chandra Ghadei, said today. Presenting a ...
Jha envisages eradication of poverty by 2007
PONDICHERRY, JULY 5. The Pondicherry Lt. Governor, N.N. Jha, today said the Government would endeavour to eradicate poverty by 2007. Addressing the Assembly on the opening day of the budget session here, Mr. Jha said poverty eradication was the ...
Infant deaths rumour sparks panic
PONDICHERRY, JULY 5.A rumour that 15 babies had died due to the sudden failure of incubators at the Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) spread like wildfire through Pondicherry today morning causing ...
Functions to mark World Population Day
JAIPUR, JULY 5. Several programmes to be organised in Jaipur and district headquarters in Rajasthan on July 11 will mark World Population Day with emphasis on generating mass awareness about family welfare and population control measures. The ...
Gul Panag launches AIDS awareness drive
CHANDIGARH, JULY 5: "Make a resolution to tell at least one person everyday about HIV and AIDS,''said beauty queen and actress, Gul Panag, who is the Goodwill Ambassador of the Northern region of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) for ...
U.P.'s `Nawab' to land in China
LUCKNOW, JULY 5.Quality vegetables and fruits from Uttar Pradesh would now be marketed abroad and to other states in the country in the brand name of "Nawab'' by the State Horticultural Co-operative Marketing Federation. The beginning of the new ...
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