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Saturday, March 04, 2006
Plan to promote Haryana literature, says Hooda
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Friday stated that his Government was formulating a comprehensive plan to promote Haryana's literature, heritage and culture. Speaking at a function organized by the Haryana Sanskrit ...
No fresh taxes in Budget
State finance improves due to better tax collection, revenue from power projects
Jammu & Kashmir
`Cases against detenus being reviewed'
SRINAGAR: Asserting that his Government was committed to restoration of peace in the State, Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Friday said that the decisions taken at the round-table conference in Delhi on February 25 were being followed ...
NGOs seek Anderson's extradition
Urge Manmohan Singh to raise the issue with George Bush
Congress stages walk-out in Assembly
BHOPAL: The Congress members led by Opposition leader Jamuna Devi staged a walkout in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly on Friday over a February 20 incident of loot in Tikamgarh district that came up for discussion through a calling attention notice. ...
Labour gets credit for development
Three-day expo to promote small, medium industries inaugurated
Squad formed to ensure enforcement of model code of conduct
Banners, cut-outs and flag masts of parties will be removed
Punjab facing groundwater crisis
Almost 100 of 114 blocks have already been categorised as `dark'
SGPC chief warns against interference in functions
`Governments not co-operating to organise centennial of Guru Arjan Dev's martyrdom'
House adjourned after Speaker, Opposition row
Controversy comes to an end after Chief Minister tenders apology
Telemedicine project to reach all districts
All mobile surgical units would also be connected to the project
JP award presented
JAIPUR: Sarvodaya activist and president of Rajasthan Samagra Seva Sangh, Sawai Singh, has been presented the Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan National Award for 2005 instituted by the M. B. Gandhi Charitable Trust, Nagpur. Maharashtra Finance ...
Three killed in Lucknow violence
Curfew clamped in two areas after anti-Bush protest turns into communal clashes
Rajnath seeks Central rule
Government's damage control efforts on; Minister refuses to rejoin SP
Budget session from March 22
Centre help sought to meet drought
9 killed as bus falls into river
DEHRA DUN: Nine persons were killed and 12 seriously injured when the bus they were travelling in from Ukhimath to Hardwar rolled into Mandakini river near Augustmuni on Thursday. The injured have been admitted to nearby health centres. The bus ...
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