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Saturday, September 17, 2005
Hooda's prestige at stake
Hopes son Deepender will keep the family flag flying high as a fourth-generation politician by winning the Rohtak by-election
`New technology has opened doors for new crimes'
CHANDIGARH: A seminar on Cyber Crime and Security was organised by the Haryana Government's Department of Information Technology and NIC here on Friday to impart knowledge about various types of cyber crimes and the ways to prevent and ...
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Agricultural University will hold a two-day Agricultural Officers' Workshop from September 24 at Hisar to finalise the package of practices for the ensuing rabi season crops. It will be inaugurated by the V-C, Asha ...
Rain hits life in M.P.
Three rivers in spate; rescue operations are on
Special Cabinet meet to discuss quota for MBC: Chief Minister
PMK submits memorandum to Rangasamy seeking early decision on the issue As a Central directive has already authorised the Union Territory administration to take a decision on its own, there is no reason why reservation should not be introduced
Tamil Nadu attracting foreign investors: Minister
The State exported Rs 10,000 cr. worth software New roads to a distance of 42,000 km laid in the State and 18,000 km of roads would be brought additionally under infrastructure development
Shekhawat for recording river water agreements
`This will help avoid skirmishes'
PGI to conduct new course
CHANDIGARH: The Department of Radio-diagnosis at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) here will conduct a two-day course in Neuro-radiology in collaboration with the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences ...
Mulayam promises Boeing to his village
ETAWAH: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on Friday promised a Boeing-737 to his village of Saifai in this district. Laying the foundation of an upgradation and extension project for the airstrip in his village, Mr Yadav vowed to ...
Request turned down
LUCKNOW: Delhi has turned down a request by the Uttar Pradesh Government to send sanitation staff to meet its demand to maintain cleanliness following an indefinite strike by the State's safai karmcharis. Sources in the Lucknow Municipal ...
U.P. forms info panel
LUCKNOW: To ensure complete transparency in governance, the Uttar Pradesh government has constituted the State Information Commission. Official sources informed that Governor T.V. Rajeswar notified the constitution of the Commission on ...
VAT in Uttaranchal from Oct. 1
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