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Thursday, February 17, 2005
Allow teacher to join duty, Haryana told
CHANDIGARH, FEB.16. In a significant judgment, a Division Bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, comprising Justice J.S. Khehar and Justice Tapan Sen, has directed the Haryana Government to allow one Renuka Wadhwa to resume her duties at the ...
Rain, snow continue in North India
SHIMLA, FEB 16. The cold wave tightened its grip in Himachal Pradesh following intermittent snowfall in the upper areas and rain in lower areas during the past 24 hours, prompting Chamba Deputy Commissioner Rahul Anand to advise the residents of ...
Industrialists face a dilemma in Himachal
SHIMLA, FEB.16.The industrialists wanting to set up units in Himachal Pradesh, after the declaration of a special package by the Centre, have started packing up because of total absence of infrastructure and unhelpful attitude of bureaucracy. ...
Airport modernisation: Maharashtra waives stamp duty
MUMBAI, FEB. 16. Like Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, Maharashtra has also waived the stamp duty payable by the Airports Authority of India for using additional land for modernisation of the Mumbai airport. The Chief Minister, Vilasrao Deshmukh, ...
Maharashtra to buy Dabhol's entire output
MUMBAI, FEB. 16.The Maharashtra Government has agreed to buy power from the Enron-sponsored Dabhol Power Company that is currently shut down, at Rs. 2.30 a unit. The entire output of the plant mothballed after the Maharashtra State ...
Rs. 3,000-crore plan outlay for Orissa
NEW DELHI, FEB. 16.The size of Orissa's Annual Plan for 2005-06 has been fixed at Rs 3,000 crores. This includes Rs 68 crores provided by the Planning Commission as additional Central assistance for "special interest" projects of the State. The ...
College teachers oppose irregular transfers
PONDICHERRY, FEB. 16. Pondicherry college teachers have protested against the `chaotic system adopted by the Directorate of Collegiate and Technical education in effecting inter-regional transfers.' The Forum of Pondicherry State Government ...
Amarinder, Badal fight it out for Ajnala
AJNALA (AMRITSAR), FEB 16.In the Ajnala Assembly constituency, located on the India-Pakistan border, voters are witnessing yet another edition of the never-ending political battle between the Chief Minister, Amarinder Singh, and the Shiromani ...
JAIPUR, FEB.16.The 10th Uday Shankar Ballet Festival, beginning here on February 21, will feature the best of performers in Bharatanatyam and other forms of classical dance and commemorate the noted connoisseur of Rajasthan, Kaushal Bhargava. The ...
EVMs for panchayat polls mooted
JAIPUR, FEB.16.The Rajasthan State Election Commission has decided to recommend use of electronic voting machines (EVMs) in the elections to panchayati raj organisations in future. The Commission thinks that the EVMs, introduced to the voters for ...
Law and order issue raised in Upper House
LUCKNOW, FEB. 16.Opposition BJP members today raised the issue of State's deteriorating law and order in the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council. Leader of the Opposition in the Council Nepal Singh (BJP) raised the issue of increasing incidents ...
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