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Thursday, November 24, 2005
Haryana to take up separate High Court issue
Winter session of the Vidhan Sabha to be held from December 14; duration to depend on agenda: Hooda
Good response to Haryana pavilion
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana pavilion at the India International Trade Fair in Delhi has so far received 26,123 domestic and 44 export trade enquiries worth about Rs. 10 crores, an official spokesman said here on Wednesday. He said these queries ...
Himachal posts record fruit production
SHIMLA: The hill State of Himachal Pradesh has achieved a record fruit production of 6.92 lakh metric tons this year, which is 1.32 lakh metric ton more than last year. Of this the apple alone contributed 5.28 lakh MT, informed the State ...
Bt cotton causing allergic reaction; cattle perishing
`Those gathering, lifting and even touching the cotton were suffering from allergy'
Rain continues to lash Pondy
Ponds in villages being recharged, Ousteri lake filling up PMC alleges poor construction caused the collapse of the causeway across Arasalar on Karaikal- Nagapattinam route
Karaikal records 89.5 cm rain in November
PONDICHERRY: Karaikal district has recorded 89.5 cm rainfall since the beginning of the month. The district received 3.5 cm rainfall for the 24 hour period ending 8.30 a.m. on Wednesday. This is an unprecedented record of showers for the ...
Apex court rejects petition against Aurobindo Ashram trustees
SLP alleged that revised fourth edition of `Savitri' was tampered with
Houses for tsunami-hit fisherfolk sought
PONDICHERRY: A. Kasilingam, MLA has called upon the administration to provide houses for the tsunami-hit fishermen in Solai Nagar and Vaithikuppam hamlets in his Muthialpet constituency. Kasilingam, a former Social Welfare Minister said he had ...
Mid-day meal pact
JAIPUR: A tripartite agreement for providing mid-day meals to 20,000 school children in Chittaurgarh district of Rajasthan has been signed between the State Government, Hyderabad-based Nandi Foundation and the Hindustan Zinc Limited (HZL). The ...
Farmers' meeting to discuss WTO policies
`Disquieting' indications on compromise on opening up service sector
Move to acquire farmland draws flak
Government's anti-farmer policy to help industrial houses, says CPI
Mulayam says no to judicial probe into Mau riots
Chief Minister gives clean chit to Mau MLA Mukhtar Ansari
Australian's plea for help to find his missing son
Young tourist disappeared from Rishikesh
Call to adopt latest methods for forest management
DEHRA DUN: Uttaranchal Chief Minister Narayan Dutt Tiwari has underlined the urgent need to adopt the latest techniques of forest conservation and management. Speaking at the concluding session of the IFS Officers' Association meeting here, Mr ...
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