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Wednesday, June 14, 2006
NABARD to invest 2,000 crore in Bihar to boost its economy
Chairman appreciates changes in the state's economic scenario
Sops to private sector for disabled quota
PANAJI: The Goa Government will offer incentives to employers in the private sector who to provide 3 per cent reservation for differently abled persons. In a State policy and plan of action for differently abled persons submitted to the High ...
Petrol, diesel become cheaper in Haryana
State not to charge VAT on increased petro prices
Principal of Panipat Government school suspended
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government on Tuesday suspended K.S. Mann, Principal of the Government Senior Secondary School, Panipat, after he was allegedly caught red-handed by the police under the influence of liquor while on duty in the school. ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Poonch to Rawalakot road ready
CHAKAN DA BAGH (POONCH): Preparations have been completed for the inauguration of the historic Poonch-Rawalakot road. The trans-LoC link is part of the confidence-building measures agreed upon by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistan ...
Chauhan Cabinet off to Pachmarhi for brainstorming session
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Cabinet led by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Tuesday afternoon left for Pachmarhi, the erstwhile summer capital of the State, for a two-day brainstorming session to draw a strategy for effective and smooth ...
Autorickshaws go off road in Pondicherry
AIADMK MLA and CPI(M) leader court arrest
Theft, fraud put banks on alert
PONDICHERRY: Growing incidents of fraud and theft in banks here have put the police on high alert. Recently, a gang sprinkled chilli powder in the eyes of a depositor in front of a bank on J N Street and decamped with around Rs 3 lakh. ...
STs seeks recognition
Demand pending for over 40 years
First flight from Pondy
PONDICHERRY: Lt Governor M. M Lakhera will flag off the first flight from the Pondicherry airport on Wednesday at around 10. 30 a.m. The inaugural flight of Jagson Airlines will proceed to Tirupathi and return the same day. However, there would ...
`Rail roko, chakka jam' mark U.P. bandh against price hike
Government claims protest symbolic; rail passengers inconvenienced
Mukhtar Ansari appears in court in Mau riots case
Statements of three witnesses recorded in the court
U.P. not spending rural employment funds: Congress
LUCKNOW: The Congress on Tuesday alleged that the Uttar Pradesh Government was not utilising the central funds for the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS), thus hindering employment avenues. The Congress claimed while U.P. had ...
Aligarh day curfew withdrawn
ALIGARH: With the situation in this town fast returning to normal, day curfew was lifted on Tuesday from all areas where it was clamped 15 days ago following communal violence that left three persons dead. While day curfew between 6 am and 6 ...
IIM(L) undecided over increase in seats
LUCKNOW: Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow (IIM-L) is yet to decide whether to increase seats from the next academic session. This comes against the backdrop of the Centre's proposal for 27 per cent reservation to OBCs in premier ...
New medical college for Dehra Dun
DEHRA DUN: The Union Health Ministry has sanctioned the establishment of a medical college in Dehra Dun by the Shri Guru Ram Rai Education Mission. Disclosing this here on Tuesday, the Mission's executive president S. C. Dobhal said the college ...
35 die as bus falls into khud
DEHRA DUN: At least 35 persons were killed and 25 injured when a truck carrying a marriage party from Basot to Manila village in Almora district rolled off the road into a 100-metre-deep khud near Bhikyasain on Tuesday afternoon. The injured ...
Petrol to cost 75 paise less in Uttaranchal
DEHRA DUN: Uttaranchal Chief Minister Narayan Dutt Tiwari has decided to lower the sale price of petrol by 75 paise per litre and diesel by 38 paise to reduce the burden of the recent price increase by the Centre on the consumers. The prices ...
Nathu La pass likely to be reopened on June 30
Indian delegation to meet Chinese officials in Lhasa next week
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