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Tuesday, November 22, 2005
Haryana Government to fill vacancies of teachers in schools soon: Minister
Will also introduce a grading system from the next academic session
BJP leadership dispute continues
It seems everyone has already concluded that Babulal Gaur would be replaced
Campaign for retired journalists' welfare
BHOPAL: The Indian Federation of Working Journalists (IFWJ) has organised a six-day `K Ramarao Patrakar Pranraksha Abhiyan' from Sevagram in Wardha to Rajghat to draw Government's attention to those journalists who took part in the freedom ...
Rangasamy announces assistance for farmers
Rain has damaged about 17,000 hectares of crops Announces assistance to farmers
Nets distributed to Pondy fishermen
Delegates from NGOs visit hamlets in Muthialpet
Badal to select SGPC Chief
CHANDIGARH: The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) has left it to its chief Prakash Singh Badal to select the nominee who will head the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) for the next one year. This decision was taken in the Political ...
Exhibition on Dandi march
JAIPUR: A special exhibition on the historic Dandi march of Mahatma Gandhi started in Udaipur on Sunday, depicting rare documents, manuscripts and photographs relating to the historic event. The Rajasthan Governor, Pratibha Patil, inaugurated the ...
Indira Gandhi Canal water for Nagaur
Chief Minister Raje announces 3,000-crore scheme
Pavilion focuses on Jatropha fuel
JAIPUR: Bio-diesel prepared from jatropha and models of the wind energy project in Jaisalmer and the proposed Giral lignite-based power project in Barmer are special attractions of the Rajasthan pavilion put up at the ongoing India International ...
LUCKNOW: Both Houses of the Uttar Pradesh legislature were adjourned for the day on Monday after taking up obituary references. The Vidhan Parishad took up obiturary references for former President K R Narayanan, former Union minister Madhu ...
Centre's neglect not to mar development: Mulayam
`State Govt. to continue development out of its own resources'
Devotion to God a private matter: I-G
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Inspector-General of Police D. K. Panda, in the news recently for declaring himself as Radha and attending the office dressing up as a woman, hit out at his detractors on Monday saying his devotion for God was a private ...
14 new hydel power projects to come up
Tiwari Govt. signs pact with Central power undertakings
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