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Friday, August 06, 2004
Chautala blasts Punjab on SYL
CHANDIGARH, AUG 5.The Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chatuala, hit out at the Punjab Government and Congress leaders today for "creating hindrances in construction of the Sutlej Yamuna Link (SYL) canal in Punjab''. Speaking at Ateli in ...
Himachal alert on floods
SHIMLA, AUG 5.A high-alert has been sounded on the banks of the Sutlej river from Sumdoh downstream in Himachal Pradesh following reports of a controlled blast in an artificial lake in Tibet. People have been advised to shift to safer places ...
This anganwadi could well be a trendsetter
PONDICHERRY, AUG. 5. If the Pondicherry Development Commissioner and Education Secretary B.V. Selvaraj is right, then the Korkadu anganwadi centre will be the first in the country to have computers. Mr. Selvaraj, speaking after Welfare Minister ...
Rangasamy plumps for reverse osmosis plants
PONDICHERRY, AUG. 5. The Pondicherry Government plans to set up water purification plants to provide potable water to areas affected by saltwater intrusion. "As a first step we hope to set up reverse osmosis plants in four areas one each ...
Revolver found under canal shutter
PONDICHERRY, AUG. 5. A gunny bag containing a country-made revolver, a knife and five rounds of ammunition, was found under a canal shutter on Karukkankudy Road on the Tirunallar road on Wednesday. The Senior Superintendent of Police, Sunil ...
Publish probe report: BJP MLA
PONDICHERRY, AUG. 5. The Pondicherry Bharatiya Janata Party legislator, A.M. Krishnamoorthy, today called upon the Government to make public the report of the Additional District Magistrate of Pondicherry, G. Ragesh Chandra, on malpractices in ...
Amarinder visits flood-affected areas
GHANAUR (PUNJAB), AUG. 5.The Punjab Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh, today visited the flood-affected areas of Ghanaur constituency of Patiala district to take stock of the damage caused to the standing cropps, property, human life, ...
Relief operations on in Ambala
Train services to remain disrupted till next week
CHANDIGARH, AUG 5.Railway services in North India would remain disrupted till next week due to damage to rail tracks following incessant rains in the region, resulting in cancellation or diversion of trains bound for Chandigarh, Kalka, Jammu and ...
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