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Tuesday, March 07, 2006
Congress violating code: Assam Opposition
EC in State to assess preparations The parties expressed apprehension that the Congress might resort to rigging
Four workers killed in Kol Dam accident
BILASPUR: At least four labourers were killed and three injured after an iron rod foundation of a de-silting chamber of a private company collapsed in Kol Dam at Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh today, police and dam sources said. The ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Budget for power
State Government creates record by presenting two budgets
Congress walk-out over farmers being jailed
`Withdraw power theft cases against farmers'
Government coming to the aid of `runway couples'
JHABUA: MP:In tribal districts of West Nimar and Jhabua, young men and women of the Bhil and Bhilala tribes must do just this after selecting partners in `Bhagoria' runway festival marts. Later, they would approach tribal chieftains, bride money ...
No end in sight to doctors' strike
Government starts walk-in interviews for fresh recruitments
BHUBANESWAR: The Justice Banerjee Commission finding that the Godhra train fire was an accident is "politically biased." It "supports the minority appeasement policy of the Congress," Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary Vinay Katiyar said ...
Political parties briefed on model code of conduct
Copies of the code distributed
Over 9.73 lakh voters get EPICs in Cuddalore
Steps taken to cover the remaining voters too
Brain awareness week
CHANDIGARH: The Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the PGI medical institute here are organising a `Brain Awareness Week' from March 13 to 19 in association with the European Dana Alliance of Brain (EDAB), London, and PGI Neurological ...
Rural job scheme to cover 3 more Haryana districts
CHANDIGARH: Three more districts of Haryana -- Rewari,Jhajjar and Mewat -- would be brought under the ambit of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme in the near future thus raising the number of such districts in the State to five, Chief ...
Facilities at Technology Park inaugurated
Gen. Rodrigues urges IT professionals to make Chandigarh a world class city soon
New faces in BJP executive panel
New State party president does a balancing act between castes and regions, but some still feeling ignored
`Ensure environmental balance'
JAIPUR: The sixth mines, environment and mineral protection week began in Udaipur on Sunday with a call to take effective measures for maintenance of environmental balance by causing minimum damage to atmosphere by the mining activities and ...
Mulayam alleges Congress hand in disqualification move
Yet another conspiracy to defame and harass my party leaders, says Samajwadi chief
Arson-hit areas calm
LUCKNOW: Life is fast returning to normal in the trouble-torn areas of Uttar Pradesh capital where anti- Bush demonstrations had taken a communal turn claiming four lives on Friday even as security personnel in strength continued to be deployed ...
Contraceptives for elephants
Breeding among elephants in north Bengal prolific: expert
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