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Bihar asked to computerise treasuries
PATNA, OCT. 29.Comptroller Auditor General (CAG) of India V N Kaul today asked the Bihar government to computerise its treasuries and transacting centres to prevent financial irregularities and timely detection of economic offences. Mr Kaul ...
`Modi decided most police transfers during riot period'
AHMEDABAD, OCT. 29. The former Gujarat Additional Chief Secretary (Home), Ashok Narayan, told the communal riot inquiry commission here yesterday that most of the decisions on transfer of senior police officers during the crucial period were ...
Gurgaon to be no-power-cut zone
CHANDIGARH, OCT.29. The Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, today announced that Gurgaon would be made a no-power-cut zone and would be connected to Delhi through the Metro Rail. Reviewing the progress of development projects being ...
`Dosti' show from November 3
CHANDIGARH, OCT. 29. Photographs clicked by prominent photo artists of Pakistan would be displayed here at a five-day photo show - "Dosti'' -- to be inaugurated by the Haryana Governor, A. R. Kidwai, on November 3. According to a statement, ...
Shimla: No longer a paradise
SHIMLA, OCT. 29. ``It is a fashion to walk on hills not ride in a car'' says a signboard on way to Shimla. Pollution, overflow of tourists and congestion, however, are fast turning the Queen of Hills into a tourist nightmare. Shimla is ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Replace guns with talks, appeal Pak. pilgrims
SRINAGAR, OCT. 29.A 12-member team of pilgrims from Pakistan and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) ended a four-day visit to Kashmir today with an appeal for replacing the gun with dialogue as that alone could lead to a peaceful settlement of ...
Dhrupad to get a home in Bhopal
BHOPAL, OCT. 29.The Gundecha Brothers, Umakant and Ramakant, today announced that the Dhrupad Institute being set up by them here would be the first of its kind in the country devoted to sustaining and promoting the rich heritage of Dhrupad in ...
Bodies of youths recovered
AMBALA, OCT. 29. The bodies of two youths were recovered from the Mahavir park tank in Ambala city today. One of the dead was identified as Pradeep, a plus two student of DAV Public School who went missing on Tuesday. The other body was of ...
Distressed parents on dharna for five months
JAIPUR, OCT. 29.The Rajasthan Government's failure to comply with the legal provisions for providing special education to mentally retarded children has angered parents who are sitting on dharna here since May 25 last to protest against the ...
Vasundhara has mishandled farmers' stir: Congress
JAIPUR, OCT. 29.The Congress today denied Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje's charge that the farmers' agitation in Sriganganagar district, which had taken a violent turn two days back, was politically instigated. The State Government was ...
Repolling for Uttar Pradesh by-election on November 6
LUCKNOW, OCT. 29.Repolling in 86 polling stations of Karchchna Assembly constituency in Uttar Pradesh, where counting was put on hold following complaints of large-scale irregularities during by-elections, will be held on November 6, Chief ...
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