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Monday, February 06, 2006
CBI investigating charges against Chautala: Hooda
FATEHABAD: The Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, today said the Central Bureau of Investigation and other agencies were investigating the chargesheet, which was prepared by the Congress against the previous Indian National Lok Dal ...
Shivpuri Mahotsav begins on a grand note
SHIVPURI (MADHYA PRADESH): The first Shivpuri Mahotsav began here on Saturday evening with an performance by the famous Bharat Natytam exponent Malvika Sarukkai and a recital by the renowned Sitar player Ustad Shahid Parvez. The specially ...
Youth Congress takes out padayatra
PONDICHERRY: Volunteers of the Pondicherry State unit of the Youth Congress took out a padayatra on Sunday to bring to focus the successful implementation of various welfare schemes in the Union Territory by the Central and State Governments. ...
Commission holds talks with minority groups and banks
Seeks to know impact of schemes for BCs and SCs
Congress ready for Assembly polls any day, says Amarinder
JALANDHAR: The Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh today said the ruling Congress was all prepared to go for Assembly polls in the State any day. Elections are due to be held in February next year. Capt Singh told mediapersons at ...
Heavy rebates in handling charges at dry ports
Aim to benefit exporters of handicraft sector in Rajasthan
Separate bank to strengthen Panchayati Raj institutions
Workshop of officials in Ajmer
In jail without trial since 1968
All records pertaining to the 70-year-old man are missing from police files
Railways' employees warn of indefinite strike
ALLAHABAD: North Central Railwaymen's Union (NCRU) on Sunday warned that the 14 lakh Indian Railways employees would proceed on a nationwide indefinite strike from March 1 if their 20-point charter of demands was not met by February 28. ...
`Yamuna water in Mathura not suitable for bathing'
MATHURA: While the protest by saints against the pollution of Ganga river at Allahabad is yet to die down, a senior scientist has claimed that owing to the unchecked flow of nullahs in the river Yamuna here, its water is not suitable for bathing. ...
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