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Thursday, March 17, 2005
Hooda calls on his Deputy
CHANDIGARH, MARCH 16.The newly-designated Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Chander Mohan, said here today that the process of making ration cards in the State would be made more rational and simple so that the low strata of society got the maximum ...
Hooda assures help to British entrepreneurs
CHANDIGARH, MARCH 16.The Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, today assured all assistance by the State Government to British entrepreneurs in setting up their units in the State and suggested joint ventures in automobiles, automotive ...
Panel to look into dissolved civic bodies
CHANDIGARH, MARCH 16.The Haryana Government has decided to set up a Cabinet sub-committee to consider the constitution of municipalities, which were dissolved by the erstwhile Om Parkash Chautala Government, the Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh ...
Bid to check illicit drug trade
CHANDIGARH, MARCH 16. The Haryana Government has set up an 18-member Coordination Committee with the State Chief Secretary, Sunil Ahuja, as its chairperson to strengthen the institutional mechanism for prevention of illicit production of narcotic ...
CITU opposes 100 per cent FDI in construction
SHIMLA, MARCH 16. The Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) has demanded that the UPA Government at the Centre withdraw its decision to invite 100 per cent FDI in the construction business. The issue was raised during the 36th All-India Working ...
Banda firing finds an echo in M.P. Assembly
BHOPAL, MARCH 16.Tuesday's police firing incident in which two persons were killed in Banda in Sagar district of Madhya Pradesh reverberated in the State Assembly today when the House took up for discussion the admissibility of an adjournment ...
Pondy guidelines for private parties to build houses for tsunami victims
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 16. The Pondicherry Government has called for applications from private parties for creating housing and infrastructure for tsunami victims in 22 villages. A policy guideline issued today said any reputed non-governmental ...
`Conversion Bill to harass minorities'
JAIPUR, MARCH 16.The Communist Party of India (CPI) has termed the move by the Rajasthan Government to introduce a Bill against religious conversions as an "excuse'' to harass the minorities. The attack on a Christian group in Kota last month was ...
BSP not to participate in proceedings
LUCKNOW, MARCH 16.Irked at attempts to gag its voice in the Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha over the ``massive grant'' to a private college managed by Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav's younger brother in his home district of Etawah, the BSP today ...
Trade Turnover Tax Act passed
LUCKNOW, MARCH 16. The Uttar Pradesh Trade Tax (amendment) Act imposing development tax on a trade turnover of above Rs 50 lakhs was passed by voice vote in the Vidhan Sabha today. According to the provisions of the Act, one per cent ...
Defective power meters irk Doon Valley residents
DEHRA DUN, MARCH 16.Residents of the Doon Valley are sore with the State electricity department officials for installing defective electronic power meters in their houses. The new meters show a consumption of over 500 units within a few days ...
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