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Saturday, July 24, 2004
Chhattisgarh winds up three-year medical course
RAIPUR, JULY 23. The Chhattisgarh Government has decided to wind up the controversial three-year medical course, which was introduced by the previous Congress regime, from this academic session. The State Health Minister, Krishnamurthy Bandhi, ...
Congress MLAs defer resignation
No comment: Chautala
CHANDIGARH, JULY 24.The Haryana Chief Minister, Om Parkash Chautala, today refused to comment on the Presidential Reference of the Punjab Termination of Agreements Act saying it was a constitutional matter and only experts were competent to ...
M.P. furore over Uma's remarks
BHOPAL, JULY 23.There was furore in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly today and the House was adjourned till Monday as the Opposition members led by the Congress trooped into the well of the House protesting over certain remarks against the Congress ...
Buch's resignation accepted
BHOPAL, JULY 23.The resignation of the former State Chief Secretary, Nirmala Buch, who had been appointed Principal Adviser to the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Uma Bharti, after the formation of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Government in the ...
Media's role in immunization programmes hailed
BHOPAL, JULY 23. The urgent need to focus on communication inputs for strengthening routine immunisation programmes was stressed at a State-level meeting of Inter-media Publicity Coordination Committee (IMPCC), a network of media units of both ...
Port development work may be privatised
PONDICHERRY, JULY 23. The Health and Labour Minister, E. Valsaraj said today there was a proposal to privatise the port development work in Pondicherry. Replying to V. Vaithilingam (Cong.) during the question hour, he said entrepreneurs had ...
Entertainment tax slashed
PONDICHERRY, JULY 23. The entertainment tax levied by the municipalities in the Union Territory was brought down from 35 to 25 per cent, the Local Administration Minister. A. Elumalai, announced in the Assembly today. The decision was taken in ...
Start drought relief works soon: Kisan Sabha
JAIPUR, JULY 23. The All India Kisan Sabha has demanded commencement of drought relief works in Rajasthan after a formal declaration of the whole State as "drought-affected''. Rajasthan is facing the prospects of one of the severest droughts in ...
Health care makes a big hole in pockets: Report
Protests galore in U.P. Houses
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