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Monday, August 16, 2004
Now Brahmaputra faces floods from Tibet
GUWAHATI, AUG. 15. After the Sutlej river in Himachal Pradesh, now it is the turn of the Brahmaputra to face another possible dam burst in China. Assam and Arunachal Pradesh are on high alert since yesterday following confirmation of an ...
Chautala's bonanza for many sections
CHANDIGARH, AUG 15.The Haryana Governor, A.R.Kidwai, today exhorted the people to help in providing the latest education in science and technology. He said it was the responsibility of every parent to educate the coming generations so that they ...
Uma Bharti portrays rosy days ahead
BHOPAL, AUG 15.The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Uma Bharti, today said that her Government would adopt well defined policies and seek people's cooperation to set an example of rapid development. On a rain-drenched morning, Ms. Bharti was ...
Dalit leader forgotten by the people
PUNE, AUG. 15. `Lokashir' Annabhau Sathe, a towering personality of the Matang Samaj, left behind not just his lofty ideals, great works and folk songs that still unite the community, but also a family that barely sustains itself. Forgotten by ...
Excise arrears collection `top priority'
PONDICHERRY, AUG. 15. The Commissioner of Central Excise in Pondicherry, P. Sundararaju, has stressed the need for achieving the target fixed by the government with special reference to collection of recoverable arrears. Addressing the staff ...
Free health camp in Central prison
PONDICHERRY, AUG. 15. The Indian Red Cross Society, Pondicherry, today conducted a free health camp here for inmates of the Central Prison. A team of 30 doctors from different disciplines from the Pondicherry Government Hospital examined the 307 ...
Workshop by disabled artists opens
PONDICHERRY, AUG. 15.A weeklong art workshop by four specially-abled artists was inaugurated by the Villupuram Collector, Ka Balachandran, at the Ananya Art Gallery at Mukti Centre in Kottakupam near here yesterday. Madhuri Kapur, afflicted ...
Call for judicial restraint
`Chandigarh put on high pedestal'
CHANDIGARH, AUG 15.The Punjab Governor and UT Chandigarh Administrator, O.P.Verma, today described Chandigarh as one of the most rapidly progressing cities in the country. Delivering the customary Independence Day speech at the Parade Grounds ...
Vasundhara unveils one year plan
JAIPUR, AUG. 15. The Rajasthan Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje, today unveiled an action plan for the next one year covering various aspects of development at a State-level function marking the 58th Independence Day. Ms. Raje unfurled the ...
`At Home' boycotted
CHANDIGARH, AUG. 15. Several Municipal Corporators, cutting across party lines, today "boycotted'' the `At Home' function hosted by the Punjab Governor and Administrator of UT Chandigarh, O.P.Verma, to protest against what they claimed ...
Insurance cover for U.P. farmers
LUCKNOW, AUG 15.Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav today gave an Independence Day bonanza by announcing free accidental insurance to 2.50 crore farmers in the State. Apart from providing farmers with the accidental insurance ...
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