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Saturday, September 03, 2005
Hooda announces relief package for Gohana victims
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Friday announced compensation for the affected families whose houses had been damaged in the violence at Gohana near Sonepat. Making the announcement in New Delhi where he is ...
Mixed response to bandh call over Haryana violence
Markets remain open; stray violence; some reports of traffic being blocked on highway
`Mahapanchayat' rules out caste animosity
GOHANA (HARYANA): The "sarvajatiya-panchayat" attended by "sarpanches" of 96 villages, including those from the Dalit community, on Friday termed the burning down of houses at Balmiki Basti in the Gohana sub-division of Sonepat on Wednesday as a ...
Police rule out caste angle to murder
that triggered violence in Gohana
BULLDOZERS ON STUD FARM
60 acres of prime land taken away from `royal' owners
BHOPAL: The district administration on Friday swung into action and took possession of 60 acres of land on which a stud farm was being maintained by some members of the erstwhile royal family of Bhopal. The farm, spread over a sprawling 60 ...
Plan to convert waste into petrol
Cashing in on pollutant `will generate wealth from waste'
Rajasthan Govt., IBM sign pact
Capacity building of the youth of the State in the information sector
MoU on employment generation
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Friday to work together for employment generation in the State. FICCI would try to dovetail various ...
More deaths due to encephalitis
LUCKNOW: With 44 more deaths being reported in the last 48 hours, the killer Japanese Encephalitis has so far claimed 433 lives in different parts of Uttar Pradesh, while the total cases reported to various hospitals crossed 1,800. Sources in ...
Trade Tax on tea in U.P. fixed at 10 per cent
LUCKNOW: Effecting uniformity in the Trade Tax (TT) structure on the branded and unbranded tea sold in Uttar Pradesh, the state government has fixed the TT on the item at 10 per cent. The state had in January 2000 fixed TT on branded and ...
Same rivals to clash in Kotdwar byelection
DEHRA DUN: The Bharatiya Janata Party has decided to field Anil Baluni in the Uttaranchal Assembly by-election from Kotdwar slated for September 28. His main rival will be former Minister Surender Singh Negi of the Congress. The by-election ...
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