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Monday, April 17, 2006
Synthetic hockey surface to be opened
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda will inaugurate a synthetic hockey grass surface at Government Senior Secondary School at Shahbad on April 17. An official spokesman of the Sports and Youth Affairs Department said here ...
Training programme for disease surveillance
CHANDIGARH: The School of Public Health at the PGI here is organising a six-day training programme from April 17 for the district and State Surveillance Teams as part of Integrated Disease Surveillance Projects. According to an official ...
Bappi Lahiri to make music with Whitney Houston
Bappi has already sung with Boy George, Apache Indian
Court to hear Gawli's bail plea on April 18
MUMBAI: A local court will hear the anticipatory bail plea of gangster-turned-politician Arun Gawli on Tuesday in an extortion case registered against him and three of his associates under Maharashtra Control for Organised Crime Act (MCOCA). ...
Disappointed Minister to fight as Independent
Move follows allotment of Oussudu seat here to the DMK
Congress candidate's supporter attacked
PONDICHERRY: Police are on the lookout for three men - Jayakumar, Kumar and Udayakumar supporters of PMC Bahour (reserved) candidate Rajavelou - who allegedly assaulted one Dharani, a supporter of Kandasamy, the Congress candidate for the ...
Congress candidate versus rebel in Yanam
Malladi Krishna Rao won in 1996 and 2001 as an Independent
`No tie up with CPI'
Party prospects better without alliance: Amarinder
Private educational bodies to observe bandh in Rajasthan
In protest against the grant policy of the BJP-led Government
`Rajasthan violating employment Act'
Charges come in the wake of similar allegations from PCC president B.D. Kalla
Sonia to file papers today for Rae Bareli by-poll
Being seen as a cakewalk for Congress president
Meerut trade fair organisers file surrender plea in local court
Administration issues White Paper on the fire tragedy on Sunday
Charges against Neera Yadav, others dropped
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta has decided to drop charges of corruption and irregularities against former Chief Secretary Neera Yadav and three other senior IAS officers after it found the complaints against them were unsubstantiated. ...
Mulayam blames Centre for power crisis
`Creating obstacles in installation of Reliance power project'
Aligarh curfew relaxed
Curfew in Gandhi Gate, Banna Devi was lifted on Saturday
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