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Tuesday, February 07, 2006
Need for qualitative change in the educational system
National Knowledge Commission constituted to promote education
Bhopal case accused appear in court
Their cross-examination remains inconclusive
Congress to undertake seat sharing cautiously
Sonia will decide on seats: Narayanasamy
Quake-resistant buildings mooted
People should be prepared to face any exigency, says Lakhera
Wheat arrivals likely to begin by March-end
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has said that to refurbish the depleting national buffer stocks the new wheat crop in the current rabi season is expected to begin arriving in various grain markets of the State by the last week ...
Christians knock at Governor's door
Condition precarious in the southern districts after priests, nuns and laity fall prey to `Hindutva forces'
Record production of iodised salt in India
Ban on the sale of non-iodised salt from May 17
Good business but bad transport system at Nagaur cattle Mela
Taking out of sold animals to other States continues to be a big problem, allege farmers
Mission to help poor urban people soon, says Minister
CHANDIGARH: The Central Government will shortly launch the much talked about Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewable Mission (NURM) at a cost of Rs. 50,000 crores to provide basic amenities to the poor urban people. It will also introduce a ...
Another officer duped in credit card fraud
LUCKNOW: With credit card frauds on the rise in the Uttar Pradesh Capital, yet another senior IAS official has been duped. Mr P L Loi, posted as Principal Secretary Science and Technology, was duped by two impersonators posing as ...
`Reservation of seats for Municipality heads illegal'
ALLAHABAD: The Allahabad High Court on Monday held that reservation and allotment of seats for the post of president and vice-president of municipalities in favour of SC, ST, OBC and women candidates as provided in the U.P. Municipalities Act was ...
ABVP activists lathicharged
LUCKNOW: Chaos prevailed at the Lucknow University (LU) convocation ceremony here as ABVP activists showed black flags to Union HRD minister Arjun Singh even as police used force to disperse the agitators. As soon as the Minister rose to ...
Child saved from jaws of death
DEHRA DUN: In a moment of extreme physical courage, Sunil Chauhan a young businessman pounced upon a leopard that had entered a neighbour's house in Gopeshwar and was escaping with an 18-month-old infant, Sachin, in his mouth. Pushed into ...
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