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Tuesday, August 09, 2005
Gurgaon boy rescued, kidnappers shot dead
Shubham was abducted on August 4 for ransom
Virbhadra's assurance on finance companies
SHIMLA: Himachal Chief Minster Virbhadra Singh on Monday assured the legislators that working of private finance companies in the State would be thoroughly examined. While replying to a question in the Assembly, raised by independent MLA ...
Management conference on `intelligent decision making'
BHOPAL: The Sixth International Conference on Operations and Quantitative Management (ICOQM-VI) is being hosted by the Indian Institute of Management, Indore, (IIMI) from August 9 to 11. The theme of the conference, being organised jointly by ...
Work on digitised atlas begins
Historians to discuss modalities for drafting project's framework
Pakistani pilgrims arrive for Urs
Special police party escorts the group of 477 from Attari to Ajmer
Teachers to be trained through `Edusat'
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government intends to start special training programmes for teachers at 100 centres across the State through `Edusat' installed at the S. Radhakrishnan Shiksha Sankul here. The satellite will be used for transmitting ...
Mulayam wins trust vote
Chief Minister takes the Assembly by surprise
Major rivers rising in U.P.
LUCKNOW: The major rivers in Uttar Pradesh are rising again with the Ghaghra and the Ganga crossing the danger mark. While the Ghaghra river was flowing above the danger mark in Ayodhya and Elginbridge, the Ganga river breached the danger mark ...
Shortage of policemen in Uttar Pradesh: Mulayam
`Led to incidents of laxity in policing and maintaining law and order'
Shastri's photo on gutka decried
LUCKNOW: Members of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council on Monday protested the use of a photo of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri on gutka packets. The elders were also annoyed at a particular brand of gutka being named "Vidhayak" ...
Mixed response to bandh
DEHRA DUN: The Uttaranchal bandh call given by the Uttarakhand Kranti Dal ( UKD) evoked a mixed response on Monday. Most educational institutions remained closed as small groups staged demonstrations at various places in the State. In Dehra ...
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