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Tuesday, February 15, 2005
AGP to blame for unemployment, says Gogoi
GUWAHATI, FEB. 14.The Assam Chief Minister, Tarun Gogoi, today sought to blame the previous Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) Government for the unemployment problem in the State even as normal life was affected due to a 12-hour Assam bandh over alleged ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Big hike in J&K Annual Plan
NEW DELHI, FEB. 14.The Annual Plan for Jammu & Kashmir has been fixed at Rs 4,200 crores for 2005-06, marking a 40 per cent increase, which is the highest ever hike sanctioned for any State. The Rs 4,200-crore Plan outlay, according to an ...
Congress cries foul over `wrong' report in Governor's address
BHOPAL, FEB. 14. The Madhya Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party Government has been caught in a piquant situation as the Governor, Balram Jakhar, had `wrongly' stated in his address on the opening day of the Budget session of the Assembly that the ...
Congress to build up booth level panels
BHOPAL, FEB. 14.The message that has percolated among the grassroot level Congress party workers in Madhya Pradesh is that serious efforts are being made to strengthen the organisation through formation of booth committees, with adequate ...
One party, two views on Mumbai's development
MUMBAI, FEB. 14. The Congress today held out two distinctly different visions for Mumbai's development. While the All-India Congress Committee general secretary, Margaret Alva, urged that public transport and affordable housing be the main ...
Medha Patkar stages dharna against demolition drive
MUMBAI, FEB. 14.The Narmada Bachao Andolan leader, Medha Patkar, staged `dharna' in front of the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee, demanding that the ongoing slum demolition drive be halted and the slum dwellers, whose hutments were pulled ...
Protect business community: chamber
PONDICHERRY, FEB. 14. A delegation of the Chamber of Commerce of Pondicherry led by its president, N. Govindasamy, today presented a memorandum to the Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, seeking the State Government's intervention to protect the ...
Focus on dairy farming promotion
CHANDIGARH, FEB 14. The Punjab Government has decided to continue with its programme to promote dairy development as an avenue of self-employment to youth. It has planned out a special training campaign under which courses would be run at ...
Furore over `politics' in relief works
JAIPUR, FEB. 14.The issue of launching relief works in the drought-affected villages of Rajasthan led to heated arguments and noisy scenes in the Assembly today on the resumption of its Budget session after a recess of 10 days. The House was ...
UP legislators upset over death of colleagues
LUCKNOW, FEB. 14.Members of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly today mooted a ``united effort'' to fight off attacks on people's representatives. The members were today paying obituary to the three sitting members who had died in the span ...
A major opening in hydro-power
DEHRA DUN, FEB.14.The Union Power Minister, P. M. Sayeed, today called for optimum use of Uttaranchal's water resources for generating electricity as that would help in rapid growth of the State as well as the nation. Laying the foundation ...
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