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Tuesday, September 14, 2004
Hunger forces woman to sell son
HAJIPUR, SEPT. 13.The two- and- half- month- old had not even been named. Nobody knows the whereabouts of the nameless baby. The infant has been sold off. The thought that he no longer faces the threat of death could be a big consolation. The ...
Electoral rolls to be revised
CHANDIGARH, SEPT.13.A special summary revision of electoral rolls of all the 90 Assembly constituencies in Haryana will be done with reference to January 1, 2005 as the qualifying date. A spokesman of the Haryana Election Department said here ...
Deportation of scribe unfortunate: Chautala
CHANDIGARH, SEPT.13.The Haryana Chief Minister, Om Parkash Chautala, who returned home today from Pakistan, described the "deportation'' of journalist Kanwar Sandhu by the Pakistani authorities as `unfortunate'. Mr.Sandhu, Resident Editor of the ...
Virbhadra has no understanding of fiscal apparatus: Dhumal
SHIMLA, SEPT 13.The former Chief Minister and senior BJP leader, Prem Kumar Dhumal, has blamed the Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh, for pushing the economy to disarray while having no proper understanding of fiscal apparatus and methods. ...
Award gives fresh impetus to literacy workers
SHIMLA, SEPT. 13.The State Resource Centre in Himachal Pradesh run by Himachal Gyan Vigyan Samiti was conferred with a national award on the 38th International Literacy Day by the President, A.P.J, Abdul Kalam recently. The award was given to the ...
Create job opportunities, says Rangasamy
PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 13. The Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, today asked Government departments to ensure that more job opportunities were created and to fill all vacant posts. He wanted speedy implementation of the schemes and fulfilment of the ...
Lakhera caution on private medical colleges
PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 13. The Lt Governor, M.M. Lakhera, has said that utmost care should be taken before according permission to the private sector to start medical colleges in the Union Territory. Inaugurating a State conference of the ...
No starvation deaths in Baran: Vasundhara
JAIPUR, SEPT. 13.The Rajasthan Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje, today denied any incidence of to starvation deaths in the tribal- dominated Baran district in the State. "There has not been any starvation death in the State. The reports of ...
Karauli farmers win battle with birds of Bharatpur
JAIPUR, SEPT. 13.Bowing to pressure from farmers, the Rajasthan Government is reversing its decision to release water from the Panchana dam in Karauli for the world-famous wetland park in Bharatpur. Farmers had been on a round-the-clock vigil ...
UN award for Jaipur - based NGO
JAIPUR, SEPT. 13.The Jaipur-based Centre for Development Communication has been selected by the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) for the 2004 Scroll of Honour award in recognition of its contribution to the improvement in ...
Lawyers' group rejects `truce', SC judge starts probe
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 13.Even as the Oudh Bar Association (OBA) called off their 10-day-old lawyers' strike here yesterday, judicial work in the State Capital remained partially affected today following rejection of the `truce' by a section of lawyers. ...
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