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By-election for Bihar panchayat in November
Gujarat defers promulgation of Ordinance on universities
NSG launches anti-hijacking training
MANESAR (HARYANA), OCT. 15.With aeroplanes being increasingly used for terrorist activities in recent years across the globe, the Union Home Minister, Shivraj Patil, today said there was a paramount need for aircraft intervention by security ...
Rohtang Pass opens
SHIMLA, OCT. 15.The Rohtang Pass which was closed due to heavy snowfall for the past five days was opened today but vehicular traffic is expected to be resumed only by tomorrow. The Ground Engineering Reserve Force (GREF) men worked overtime ...
Gear academics to industry needs, says Anji Reddy
PONDICHERRY, OCT. 15. Universities should emulate the `Bombay model', where academic and research programmes were geared to the needs of industry, said K. Anji Reddy, founder Chairman of Dr Reddy's Laboratories, Hyderabad, while inaugurating an ...
Doordarshan to launch DTH service soon
PONDICHERRY, OCT. 15. Doordarshan's free to air Direct To Home (DTH) platform will be launched shortly. It will start with 17 DD channels, programmes from 13 private channels and 20 DTH radio channels. The DTH platform requires a dish antenna, ...
Stay off couple, High Court tells villagers
CHANDIGARH, OCT. 15.The Punjab and Haryana High Court today directed a Haryana panchayat not to interfere in the marital life of a couple, who were ordered by the village heads to live like ``brother and sister'' on the claim that brotherly ...
Ambassador for closer Indo-Japan ties
Bonus for govt. staff
NABARD posts impressive performance
Amitabh Bachchan "deeply hurt" by media reports
VARANASI, OCT. 15. Actor Amitabh Bachchan today took exception to the reported remarks by Congress MP, Rahul Gandhi, about the comments allegedly made by his wife and actress Jaya Bachchan regarding the ties between the Bachchans and the ...
Sisters united with family after eleven years
LUCKNOW, OCT. 15.In a scene reminiscent of a Bollywood pot-boiler, three sisters were united with their long-lost family at the Rajkiya Balika Bal Grah here after eleven long years. The three sisters, Naseema (20), Ameena (16) and Aruna (12) ...
30 pilgrims die as bus falls into gorge
DEHRA DUN, OCT. 15. Thirty persons, nine of them women and one child, most of them pilgrims from Chhattisgarh, were killed when the bus they were travelling in from Hardwar to Yamunotri fell into a deep gorge near Sani Chatti beyond Barkot in ...
Strikers storm into Raj Bhavan
DEHRA DUN, OCT. 15.Activists demanding establishment of the permanent Capital of Uttaranchal at Gairsen gatecrashed into the Capital Identification Commission office in Raj Bhavan annexe here today, asked the Chairman, Justice Virendra Dixit, to ...
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