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Monday, June 12, 2006
Goa expects Rs. 300-cr. investment in SEZs
PANAJI: Goa expects to attract an investment of about Rs. 300 crore in two years in its upcoming five product-specific Special Economic Zones (SEZs) pharmaceutical, biotechnology, information technology, services and gem and ...
HAU certification made must for sale of bio-products in Haryana
Sale of bio products in Haryana
Haryana sets kharif output target
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has fixed a target of 41.83 lakh tonnes of foodgrain production during kharif-2006, an official spokesman said here on Sunday. He disclosed that 18.60 lakh hectares would be brought under various crops during ...
Veteran Congress leader dead
SHIMLA: Mr. Krishen Dutt Sultanpuri, a veteran Congressman and presently Chairman of the 20-point programme died on Sunday. Mr. Sultanpuri, a Dalit leader belonged to Solan district of the State and had represented the Shimla Parliamentary ...
Three CITU men killed in Chamba
SHIMLA: Three CITU activists were allegedly killed by the "hired goons" of Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) executing the construction work of Chamera III Power Project in Chamba district, claimed the State ...
Sonia's victory hailed
BHOPAL: Many top Urdu poets assembled at the imposing Iqbal Maidan in the State Capital on Saturday night to participate in an all-India Mushaira especially organised to celebrate the Congress President Sonia Gandhi's record victory in the Rae ...
Congress, DMK continue talks
AICC secretary coordinating the parleys
Private trucks to strike
90 booking offices to be closed on June 13
Opposition's protest against oil price rise a drama: AICC leader
Left parties' suggestions cannot be conceded, says Narayanasamy MP
Government's approach to quotas for students criticised
"Government should clarify quota in private colleges"
American museum keen on MoU with GNDU
AMRITSAR: : The National Museum of Natural History of Smithsonian Institution, Washington has evinced keen interest to pen an MoU with Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) for the preservation, conservation of rare artefacts relating to Sikh ...
"Rural employment scheme norms being strictly followed"
Implementation of the scheme at its best in the State, says Rajsthan Govt.
Terror stalks banks of Chambal
Seven kidnapped by yet to be identified gang of dacoits
Modi misusing government machinery: Setalvad
Alleges intimidation of kin of victims of post-Godhra carnage
Uttar Pradesh inching towards a debt trap: CAG
`Fiscal deficits indicate continued macro-economic imbalances'
Sahitya Shiromani Samman for Gulzar
LUCKNOW: Noted lyricist Gulzar has been conferred with the Sahitya Shiromani Samman by the Hindu Urdu Sahitya Committee here. The award consisting of a cash award of Rs 25,000, a shawl and a citation was presented on the occasion the 17th ...
Monsoon set to enter U.P.
LUCKNOW: The Eastern parts of Uttar Pradesh have received welcome showers in the past one week and the skies of central U.P. are overcast, signalling the arrival of monsoons in the State. Met department said air mass preceding monsoon had entered ...
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