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Friday, December 17, 2004
Chautala doesn't give a damn about CEC remarks
CHANDIGARH, DEC.16. Absolutely unmindful of the observation made by the Chief Election Commissioner yesterday that it was "morally incorrect'' for the Haryana Chief Minister to make announcements to woo the voters especially when the State was ...
Education officers appointed
CHANDIGARH, DEC.16.The Haryana Government has appointed new District Education Officers (DEO), District Primary Education Officers(DPEO), Principal DIET and Deputy Director (school and inspection cadre) HES-I, group-A. An official note said ...
Panchayat polls in three phases
BHOPAL, DEC. 16.The State Election Commissioner, G.S. Shukla, today announced the election schedule for the three-tier Panchayati Raj institutions in Madhya Pradesh. The election process will begin on December 22 with the commencement of filing ...
Congress protests against BJP `misrule'
BHOPAL, DEC. 16.The Madhya Pradesh Congress leaders today sat on a dharna here to highlight the "failures' of the Bharatiya Janata Party Government. The MPCC President, Subhash Yadav, former State Minister Harbans Singh, former MLA from Bhopal ...
Transport employees not paid for months
BHOPAL, DEC. 16.The Madhya Pradesh Road Transport Corporation is running losses to the tune of over Rs. 1000 crores. Its employees have not been paid their salary for months together and the Corporation's salary backlog is over Rs. 45 crores, ...
Nothing illegal in Kareena-Shahid snap: Mid-Day
MUMBAI, DEC. 16.Sticking to its guns, city-based tabloid, facing a Rs 20-crore lawsuit from Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor, today denied ``doctoring the pictures of the actress kissing her boyfriend'' and actor Shahid Kapoor and asserted ``the ...
Congressmen train guns on own government
Pondicherry Dec. 16. In Congress-ruled Pondicherry, Congressmen appear to be training their guns against their own Government rather than defending it against Opposition attacks. The Assembly poll is due in 2006. While most Congress ...
Government staff to launch protest
PONDICHERRY, DEC. 16. State Government employees will launch a series of protests starting January to protest the "inaction" of the administration in settling their demands. This will be followed by a strike in February, P. Latchoumanasamy, ...
Home Guard arrested
PONDICHERRY, DEC. 16. P. Elumalai, (27), a member of the Home Guard in Pondicherry, was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly cheating a 21-year-old girl of Sedarapet village with whom he had reportedly developed intimacy a couple of months ...
A jewel in Amarinder's turban
CHANDIGARH, DEC.16.His almost three-year-old government may have faced major criticism on various counts, but the performance of the Ludhiana Municipal Corporation (LMC) is all set to become a shining jewel in the turban of the Punjab Chief ...
Laws should ensure justice: Kalam
JAIPUR, DEC. 16.The President, A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, has asked the legal community to be the pioneers of evolution of nobility in justice. The judicial system should change as per the need of the times. The laws need not be a static body of rules ...
Prince Charles' Xmas gift for Rajasthan
JAIPUR, DEC. 16.Prince Charles of Britain is playing Santa Claus this season for India. An year after his visit to New Delhi, Mumbai and different places in Rajasthan, the Prince carried forward his India initiative last week by convening a ...
Cold wave conditions yet to hit U.P.
LUCKNOW, DEC. 16.The coldwave conditions and winter rains are yet to hit Uttar Pradesh with the western disturbances, which brings winter precipitation, not being strong enough in the State. State MET office director K P Kulshreshtha told UNI ...
Plea to keep away small units from VAT provisions
DEHRA DUN, DEC. 16. The Uttaranchal Udyog Vyapar Mandal has urged the State Government to keep manufacturing units with an annual turnover up to Rs 10 lakhs and trading houses with an annual business of up to Rs 40 lakh outside the purview of the ...
Power purchase rate cut
DEHRA DUN, DEC. 16. Uttaranchalis can look forward to a further reduction in power tariff with the State Electricity Regulatory Commission reducing the power purchase rate from 37 paise per unit to 29.68. Announcing this here today, the ...
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