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Thursday, January 05, 2006
Nitish plans to woo NRIs to `happening' Bihar
New CM to hardsell his State at Pravasi Bhartiya Divas function
Haryana industrial estates split into four categories
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has decided to implement Estate Management Procedure (EMP-2005) for which its industrial estates have been categorised. An official spokesman said here on Wednesday that the industrial ...
A relief for school kids
CHANDIGARH: School children in Haryana will no longer be deployed merely for welcoming, seeing off or honouring dignitaries and other personalities. The Haryana Chief Secretary, Meenaxi Anand Chaudhry, has issued fresh guidelines about ...
Students prepare quake-resistant building model
Being sent to the Centre for adopting it on a national scale
Pondicherry plan outlay fixed at Rs.1,410 crore
74 per cent increase in allocation over last year
Information security policy sought
PONDICHERRY: Information security is "not a one-time occurrence" but a process and educational institutions need to create awareness about the issue, S.V. Raghavan of the Indian Institute of Technology-Chennai said on Wednesday. Chairing a ...
Governor greets people
Birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh
Rajasthan plan for `life skills education'
Subjects cover 3 areas - self-realisation, importance of health and future life
Learning lessons on peace building
JAIPUR: Peace activists, researchers and experts from India and abroad will deliberate on various aspects of peace, reconciliation, non-violence and justice at an international conference on "Sixty years after World War II: Lessons for peace ...
Be cautious in dealing with allegations, scribes told
"Media persons are not above the law"
A new brand of tea launched
JAIPUR: A "super cup'' brand of tea -- blending the premium CTC teas of Assam -- was launched here on Tuesday with the promise of waking Jaipurites up to a tantalising new taste in the New Year. A colourful motor cavalcade ferrying the tea ...
Police launch `SMS information facility'
would enable any person to know the status of a public complaint
Cold wave revives in U.P., Hills remain hit
Hindustan-Tibet road opened for vehicular traffic; Rohtang Pass remains closed; 79 deaths in U.P.
U.P. stronghold of criminals: Uma Bharti
FATEHPUR: Expelled BJP leader and former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Uma Bharti on Wednesday claimed that Uttar Pradesh had become a virtual stronghold of criminals. Addressing a news conference here, Ms Bharti said U.P. politicians felt ...
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