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Wednesday, August 25, 2004
Rabri's resignation sought
PATNA, AUG. 24.Assailing the Bihar government for providing 'inadequate relief' to flood-hit people and adopting repressive measures on relief-seekers, senior JD-U leader Jagannath Mishra today demanded resignation of Chief Minister Rabri Devi. ...
Steps to keep State pollution-free
CHANDIGARH, AUG.24.The Haryana State Pollution Control Board has adopted an industrial-friendly approach and decided to constitute a State- level Environmental Grievances Committee and a Regional Environmental Grievances Committee at the regional ...
Three more cases of 'mysterious fever'
SHIMLA, AUG. 24.Three more people with a mysterious fever, suspected to be scrub typhus, were admitted to Indira Gandhi Medical College hospital here raising the total number of such cases to 42. Prof L S Pal, Principal, IGMC said so far only ...
Gaur says he will ensure honest administration
BHOPAL, AUG. 24.The new Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Babulal Gaur, today said that he would ensure that the administrative machinery in the State remained disciplined, honest and accountable to the public. The Chief Minister made this ...
Maharashtra parties gear up
MUMBAI, AUG. 24.The Election Commission's announcement today of the poll schedule for the Maharashtra Assembly has put the political parties of the State in a combat mode. The clash is mainly between the ruling Democratic Front the ...
Hazare seeks stay in defamation case
MUMBAI, AUG. 24. Social activist Anna Hazare today sought a stay on the trial of a defamation case filed by the Maharashtra Food and Civil Supplies Minister, Sureshdada Jain, against him besides seeking exemption from day-to-day court ...
Educate public on preventive aspects: Lakhera
PONDICHERRY, AUG. 24. The Lieutenant Governor, M.M. Lakhera, today said there was a pressing need to create awareness among the people of HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) to ensure effective ...
Many trains behind schedule
JALANDHAR, AUG. 24. The Delhi bound 4682 Jalandhar-Delhi Super Express today remained suspended even as flash floods in Madhya Pradesh disrupted the schedule of several long distance trains on the busy Delhi-Jammu and Delhi-Amritsar sections. ...
World Bank-aided health scheme launched
JAIPUR, AUG. 24.An ambitious health system development project, to be implemented in Rajasthan with the assistance of World Bank, was launched here today with the objective of streamlining the health sector by providing a high-quality healthcare ...
Madrasa Board set up; Congress, BJP decry move
LUCKNOW, AUG. 24.The Uttar Pradesh Government today announced to constitute a Madrasa Board for conducting high school and intermediate examinations of students studying in Madrasas, even as the Congress and Opposition BJP criticised the move. ...
`Dhananjoy syndrome' spreads
KOLKATA, AUG. 24. Since the August 14 hanging of Dhananjoy Chatterjee, the rape and murder convict, in the Alipore Central Jail here, West Bengal is in the grip of a "Dhananjoy syndrome." Already, the syndrome has claimed two lives, with the ...
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