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Wednesday, April 20, 2005
Hooda's assurance on power supply
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, announced on Tuesday that all villages in the State would get an assured supply of electricity from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily with immediate effect. The Chief Minister, who reviewed the ...
No problems with Gaur: Uma Bharti
`Last person to destabilise the BJP'
Gaur for rapid development of urban areas
The Chief Minister wants to develop Bhopal on the lines of Bangalore
Hypnotism as alternative therapy
`Just three minutes of hypnosis can provide the benefit of four hours' sleep'
Centre's consent sought for MBC job quota, says Rangasamy
Private professional colleges `violating fee structure norms'
Jobs for kin sought
PONDICHERRY: Family members of deceased employees of the Department of Health continued their fast for the eighth day on Tuesday, urging the authorities to offer jobs to the employees' next of kin on compassionate grounds. A release from the ...
PONDICHERRY: The Senior Superintendent of Police, Sunil Garg, said the motive for the murder was not known. A special team has been formed to nab the culprits. The deceased, Joseph Anthone Rishmond, lived with his mother in Rue Bazar Saint ...
Students boycott exam
PONDICHERRY: A Majority of the law college students boycotted their internal exam and staged a dharna inside the office of the Pondicherry University Vice Chancellor demanding re-correction of some of the last semester exam papers, here on ...
Punjab to review cases of those detained on terrorism charges
Cases of police personnel allegedly involved in excesses also under study
CAG finds under assessment, non-recovery of revenue
JAIPUR: The cases of under-assessment as well as non-recovery of revenue in Rajasthan for the year ended on March 31, 2004, led to a loss of Rs.381.48 crores. Arrears mainly in taxes on sales, trade, State excise, irrigation levy, land revenue ...
CII identifies 10 priority areas
CHANDIGARH: The Confederation of Indian Industry (Northern Region) has identified 10 key priorities for the year ahead, with special thrust on reforms and implementation at the state level, according to its newly-elected Chairman, Ajay S. ...
An unusual campaign
CHANDIGARH: Mona Singh, more famously known as Jassi of the popular tele-serial "Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahin'', launched an unusual new campaign of Bausch and Lomb here on Tuesday. The campaign, dubbed as `Transform with Bausch and Lomb' and on till ...
Sunni Wakf Board to hear Taj case on May 20
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board, hearing the case for registration of Taj Mahal as a Wakf property, today fixed May 20 as the next date for hearing the case after the Archaeological Survey of India requested for additional ...
U.P. to invite tenders for power project
LUCKNOW: In pursuance of its policy to encourage private investment in energy sector, the Uttar Pradesh Government has decided to invite tenders from eight major private power companies to set up the 1000 mw Anpara C Power Project in Eastern UP. ...
U.P. nod for 1000 MW Anpara C
Rs. 4,000 crore power project to be completed within four years
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