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Saturday, December 10, 2005
Modi smells "pension'' scam
There are no records about the exact number of beneficiaries
M.P. to convene NRI conference
BHOPAL: A conference of Non-Resident Indians will be convened shortly to attract them to invest in Madhya Pradesh, particularly in the Information Technology sector, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said on Friday. About 500 NRIs will be ...
Govt. apathy forced MLA to attempt suicide?
Government's reply on money-lending angered me: Gawande
Speaker greets Sonia Gandhi
PONDICHERRY: Pondicherry Assembly Speaker M. D. R. Ramachandran has greeted the All India Congress Committee president and Chairperson of the National Coordination Council Sonia Gandhi on the occasion of her birthday on Friday. In his message ...
Kalam to grace High Court golden jubilee function
CHANDIGARH: Top dignitaries from India and Pakistan, including President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, will be here on Saturday to take part in the golden jubilee celebrations of the Punjab and Haryana High Court which shifted from Shimla to Chandigarh in ...
Haryana overtakes Punjab in evolving its service sector
Share of industrial sector in the GDP of northern States up by 2 per cent
`Kisan Bhawans' to be set up
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Thursday announced establishment of "Kisan Bhawans" in all the divisional headquarter towns of the State. The Bhawans, apart from providing rooms and dormitory facilities to the farmers coming ...
Rajasthan Government fails to keep promises: CPI(M)
"Two years of BJP rule mired in inner squabbles''
Mulayam rejects plea for CBI probe into MLA's murder
`Special Task Force capable to work out the case'
Bills for medical, law institutes passed
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly on Friday passed a Bill to set up two institutes -- a medical institute and a law institute -- in the State in the current fiscal. Separate Bills for setting up the institutes were tabled in the ...
IMA all set for big day
DEHRA DUN: The Army Chief, General J.J. Singh, will review the Passing Out Parade at the Indian Military Academy here this Saturday. Presenting medals and trophies for excellence in various individual indoor and outdoor sports to the GCs of the ...
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