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Tuesday, September 27, 2005
Girls outshine boys in supplementary exams
CHANDIGARH: Girls have outshined boys in the Senior Secondary Supplementary Examination, 2005 conducted by the Haryana Board of School Education, according to an official spokesman. As compared to boys' pass percentage of 49.35, girls' pass ...
Hooda's silence disturbing: INLD
Even the crucial SYL Canal issue was neither broached by the Prime Minister nor raised by Hooda
Another soldier's body recovered
SHIMLA: Security forces pulled out the body of an Army soldier from the Sutlej river in Kinnuar district of Himachal Pradesh on Monday, 18 days after a Bailey bridge collapsed on September 8, official sources here said. The body, recovered ...
Gaur off to U.K., U.S.
BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Babulal Gaur is presently on a six-day visit to Britain and the U.S. to attract foreign investment. The Chief Minister and his team of top bureaucrats left Delhi for London on Sunday. One of the ...
LEGEND'S WAY OF CELEBRATION
82 and still going great guns
MUMBAI: Legendary actor-filmmaker Dev Anand turned 82 on Monday. `Dev Saab' as Dev Anand is fondly called by friends, celebrated his birthday on the sets of his latest home production ``Mr Prime Minister'' at the Gateway of India here. The ...
Your wait at the bus stop just got comfortable
10 brand new shelters coming up inside Pondicherry town limits
Health Institute students go on strike
Demand new building be allotted to it
Uproar in Assembly over alleged rape
Probe demanded into Minister's `involvement' in the incident; Opposition told provide evidence to support their charge
JAIPUR: David Ferguson, the man who helped India in its conservation strategies during the past quarter-century, was felicitated here on Monday on the eve of his retirement as the chief of International Conservation, the US Fish and Wildlife ...
Experts for coherent policy on grasslands
`There is need for action as well as well as intervention'
Judicial custody of Ayodhya case accused extended
AYODHYA: A local court here on Monday extended till October 10 the judicial custody of five accused in the Ayodhya attack case. All the five accused were produced before the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) under tight security arrangements who ...
Parties busy preparing future course in U.P.
Adverse High Court decision in MLAs' defection case can cause crisis
Cops to get machines to detect fake notes
LUCKNOW: In a bid to prevent circulation of fake currency, the Uttar Pradesh police would be provided currency checking machines besides being imparted training to detect bogus notes. In a circular to the district police chiefs, Director General ...
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