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Wednesday, February 15, 2006
No move to privatise ITIs
Aid of industrial houses sought to help enrich trainees
Relief sought for cut in Central sales tax
`Haryana would lose up to Rs. 920 crores'
Jammu & Kashmir
`Bunti' and `Babli' rehabilitated
Villagers had saved leopard cubs from dogs
Big leap in building roads in M.P.: Governor
Budget session of Madhya Pradesh Assembly begins; Jakhar details State Government's achievements
Coins and chaos in Orissa Assembly
Proceedings in Orissa Assembly disrupted
Move to make JIPMER autonomous opposed
Says the welfare of the poor will be at stake
Secondary Education Board formed
PONDICHERRY: Pondicherry Administration has through an order of the Lt. Governor constituted a 12-member Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education as per the provisions of the Pondicherry Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education ...
Punjab Annual Plan fixed at Rs. 4,000 crores
Additional Central assistance of Rs. 100 crores for the State's priority projects approved
Big protest rally near Raje's residence
Demonstration against lathicharge on the residents of Kho Nagorian village on the outskirts of Pink City
Mulayam's meeting with Israeli envoy draws flak
JAIPUR: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav has come under attack from the Congress for the meeting he had with the Israeli Ambassador to India, David Danieli, at his official residence in Luknow on Monday. The meeting, between the ...
Rajasthan police take MIT route to improve its performance
Poverty Action Lab. of MIT to execute a project to improve the image of cops
Rajasthan launches telemedicine
To be operated through INSAT
Girl loses arm, but protects her pride
Bid by four youths of her village to outrage her modesty foiled
A dental college at CM's place
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Government on Tuesday decided to set up the second Government-owned dental college in the State at Saifai, the native town of Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav in Etawah district. King George Dental University ...
Central rule sought
LUCKNOW: A traders' organisation of Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday demanded imposition of President's rule in the State to end the present ``misrule.'' The traders' body, UP Udyog Vyapar Pratinidhi Mandal, said here that the State was ...
10 killed as bus falls into ditch
DEHRA DUN: Ten persons were killed and 16 seriously injured when the bus they were travelling in from Karnaprayag to Tharali fell into a deep khud near Narayanbagad on Monday. The bus was pushed off the road by a tree that fell on it, police ...
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