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Wednesday, February 22, 2006
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No discrimination in armed forces on basis of caste/ religion
Culling of birds continues in two States
Railways ban chicken dishes and eggs, notwithstanding Centre's advisory that serving these items is safe
Show-cause notice issued
MUMBAI: A show-cause notice was issued on February 16 to the Pune-based Venkateshwara Hatcheries, which supplies layers and eggs to poultry farms in the Navapur region that reported bird flu incidence. Nandurbar Collector Jayant Gaikwad told ...
IT institute may come up in Chennai
Project to focus on design and manufacture
A learning device of the future
CHENNAI: A cube with the universal Braille dot matrix could well be the language learning device for thousands of visually challenged students. The Vasantha Braille Cube, developed by Vidya Vrikshah, as part of a national initiative, is gaining ...
Final order in Best Bakery case put off
MUMBAI: Additional Sessions Judge Abhay Thipsay has postponed the final order in the Best Bakery re-trial to February 24. The order in the re-trial was expected on Tuesday. Seventeen persons have been accused of murder, rioting, unlawful ...
Sensex gains 89 points
MUMBAI: In highly volatile trading, the Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex on Tuesday shot up to a new peak of 10,195.51, surpassing the previous high of 10,195.42 and closed 88.81 points higher at 10,168.11 on heavy buying activity. Trading ...
NEW DELHI: "All the accused are acquitted'' was all that Additional Sessions Judge S. L. Bhayana said while pronouncing the judgment in the Jessica Lal murder case on Tuesday. He uttered those five words and rose for the day. When reporters ...
Scores even at the end of Lavalin debate
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The six-hour-long twin debates on the Comptroller and Auditor General's remarks on the Pallivasal-Sengulam-Panniar renovation project and the Kuttiadi Augmentation Scheme, both involving SNC Lavalin of Canada, ended in ...
All accused acquitted in Jessica Lal murder case
"Police failed to sustain the grounds on which they had built up their case": Court
Corporation begins efforts to implement Pilloor second phase
City to get additional 60 million litres of water a day "The city is growing and we will need more water as multi-storeyed housing complexes are on the rise," the Mayor said
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