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Thursday, May 04, 2006
Leaders mourn Pramod Mahajan
PANAJI: Goa Chief Minister Pratapsinh Rane and various political parties and leaders on Wednesday mourned the death of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) general secretary Pramod Mahajan. BJP leaders paid rich tributes to the memory of the departed ...
IT park to come up near varsity
PANAJI: Situated on the picturesque Taleigao plateau on the outskirts of Panaji on 378 acres of land, Goa University will have two major prestigious projects in its neighbourhood in the near future. Convention ...
Govt. grants DA on pension; decides to exempt tax on gur, jaggery
Decision to benefit pensioners of privately managed Government- aided colleges
Jammu & Kashmir
CBI to probe J&K sex scandal
It allegedly involves politicians, bureaucrats and police officers
Budhni polling peaceful
Slight drop in voter turnout, says State electoral officer
Nellithope crucial for both DMK, AIADMK
An ex-serviceman and an ex-CM lock horns in the poll battle
RYOTS IN DISTRESS
Selling groundwater for a living
KARAIKAL: The precious groundwater has come in handy for the distressful farmers in two villages here. With farming no more profitable, many of the ryots depend on income received by selling groundwater. A visit to the remote villages of ...
Sonia woos women for votes
`You have to play an important role in the development of society', says Congress chief
Speaker defers hearing
Petition seeking disqualification of five erstwhile BSP MLAs
Power Corporation fined for violating `grid discipline'
Central Electricity Regulatory panel imposes fine of Rs. 15 lakh
Farrukhabad SP beaten up, six cops suspended
FARRUKHABAD/LUCKNOW: Taking serious note of gross indiscipline in which the subordinate officers manhandled the District police chief of Farrukhabad, Uttar Pradesh Government on Wednesday suspended six policemen including one inspector and two ...
Uttaranchal Congress chief's son dies as bus falls into riverbed
20 others killed in the tragedy at dawn near Rampur
Undistributed power bills recovered in Dehra Dun
DEHRA DUN: Uttaranchal Power Corporation officials raided the offices of the KLG Company here and allegedly recovered nearly 10,000 undistributed power bills. The company has the contract to read meters and give the bills to the consumers in ...
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