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Friday, May 05, 2006
Order reserved on writs challenging reservation in panchayat
Over 100 writ petitions filed in High Court
Haryana plan for development of sugarcane
Farmers to get 50 per cent subsidy
Roadways staff protest against Volvo bus service
Some employees put up roadblocks; damage the luxury coach
Haryana to get more power from NTPC
CHANDIGARH: As part of its long-term plan to arrange maximum power, the Haryana Power Generation Corporation has signed power purchase agreements with the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC). An official spokesman said here on Thursday ...
Govt. to introduce MSP for tendu leaf growers
`They are free to sell if they could find a better rate'
Majority of Assembly seats are in Pondy region
21 seats here are crucial for formation of government
Mudaliarpet, a keenly watched constituency
Dominant Vanniyar community and mill workers hold the key Outcome will have a bearing on the political fortunes of PMC leader P Kannan
Farmers' debt rises to Rs. 24,000 crores
Issue of rural indebtedness has been taken up with Prime Minister and Ministry of Finance, says Amarinder Singh
A promising figure lost, says Congress
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee and the State Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Thursday condoled the death of Bharatiya Janata Party leader Pramod Mahajan. In Mr. Mahajan's untimely death the country had ...
Women's groups seek case against doctors
Twenty-one doctors have been allegedly involved in sex determination tests during pregnancy in Rajasthan
More votes mean more fund, SP tells voters
"Fund allocation will be according to the number of votes the SP candidate gets"
Second Principal Secretary appointed for Uttar Pradesh Assembly
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Government is understood to have appointed A N Mittal, Special Secretary as the second principal secretary in the State Assembly. Informed sources said Mr. Mittal would be assuming the charge soon. It would for the ...
Ground water level at an alarming stage
The State Government prepares an action plan
Heat wave claims three lives
LUCKNOW: At least three people were reported dead in Uttar Pradesh in the past 24 hours due to intense heat wave conditions. The deaths were reported from Mahoba, Hamirpur and Agra districts. So far, seven people have died of heat wave in the ...
Newly elected U.P. Council members to take oath on May 9
LUCKNOW: The 13 newly elected Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council members would be administered oath on May 9. The new members include Naresh Chandra Uttam, Khawaja Halim, Kashinath Yadav, Rakesh Singh Rana, Ramsharan Das, Dayaram Prajapati (all ...
Body of Rawat's son consigned to flames
DEHRA DUN: The mortal remains of 23-year-old Ranjit Rawat, son of Uttaranchal Pradesh Congress Committee president Harish Rawat, were consigned to flames at the Durgeshwar Mahadev Ghat in Mohanari (Bhatronjkhal) in Almora district on Thursday ...
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