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Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Gross irregularities detected in Bihar PDS scheme
The limited inquiry has been conducted in 30 panchayats
Proposal to set up renewable energy clubs in Haryana
These clubs will be constituted in all 39 Engineering Colleges of the State
"Apprise people of welfare schemes''
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday urged Ministers, Members of Legislative Assembly, office- bearers and workers of the Haryana unit of the Congress to apprise the people about the welfare programmes and schemes ...
Get ready for challenges: Himachal Governor
Kokje lists Government achievement in his address in Assembly
48.55-crore deficit budget for Madhya Pradesh
State to introduce VAT form April 1, says Finance Minister
BJP sees possible tie-up with AIADMK
Pondicherry unit awaiting high command decision
Chandigarh project to promote ecological sustainability
Governor lays the foundation stone of Garbage Processing Plant at Dadu Majra
Akalis object to inclusion of Bhagat in obituary reference
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Assembly witnessed a record of sorts when the main opposition party, Shiromani Akali Dal, dissented with an obituary reference being made to senior Congress leader and former Union Minister H.K.L. Bhagat. BJP leaders and ...
Sanganer airport goes international
Plan to construct new terminal building Runway to be extended to 12000 feet
U.P. Minister's resignation accepted
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Governor T. V. Rajeswar has accepted the resignation of Backward Classes Welfare Minister, Mehboob Ali, who was caught on camera in a TV sting operation, Raj Bhawan sources said on Tuesday. The Governor accepted the ...
Gangotri shrine reopens on April 30
DEHRA DUN: The Gangotri shrine will reopen for darshan on April 30, according to the president of the Temple Committee, Ashok Semwal. Efforts are being made by various temple committees and the Government to make the journey and pilgrims' stay ...
Tatas to set up cancer hospital in Kolkata
KOLKATA: The foundation stone for a 150-bed Tata Medical Centre a cancer hospital and a centre for frontier research was laid by West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on Tuesday. Mr. Bhattacharjee said not only ...
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