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Friday, June 16, 2006
Over 4.5 lakh affected by floods in Assam
Crops in 8,700 hectares damaged
Taxi service for Guwahati
GUWAHATI: The Transport Department will introduce a taxi service here and in other towns of Assam from July. It also decided to make fare meters mandatory for auto rickshaws. In his maiden press conference, Transport Minister Chandan ...
Govt. to set up 40 first referral units
Scheme to provide aid at the time of delivery to women living below poverty line
Power Utilities to lay underground cables
Project to be launched in Gurgaon, Panipat
Himachal students move High Court
SHIMLA: Leaving no stone unturned to expose the alleged bungling in the conduct of the recent Combined Pre-Medical Tests, the aggrieved students on Thursday approached the Himachal High Court for justice. A notice pending admission has been ...
116 in the fray in Karaikal
Five contesting post of chairman
Six win civic polls unopposed
PONDICHERRY: Six candidates were declared elected unopposed as ward members of commune panchayats in Kottuchery (T.Desingu from Thiruvettakudy), Tirunallar (S.Sathiamoorthy from Karukankudy and J.Radha and C.Suganthy from Surakudy), Neravy (from ...
PMK fields nominees in 29 municipal wards
PONDICHERRY: Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) leader M. Ramadoss said here on Thursday that the party had fielded candidates in 29 wards (20 in Pondicherry and nine in Karaikal) for the municipal and commune panchayat polls. The civic ...
Night bus service
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government has introduced a daily night bus service from Chandigarh to Amritsar. The buses will leave both destinations at 11.30 pm daily, State Transport Minister Mohinder Singh Kaypee said on Thursday. ...
Surinder Kaur, Punjab's Nightingale, dead
CHANDIGARH: Surinder Kaur, the Nightingale of Punjab who ruled over lakhs of hearts across the Indian sub-continent for about six decades due to her melodious voice, died in the United States on Thursaday. She was 77. Padma Shri awardee Kaur, ...
BJP, NCP accused of double standards
JAIPUR: Congress general secretary Ashok Gehlot has accused the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Nationalist Congress Party of "double standards" on the issue of reservation for the Backward Class by supporting the candidature of industrialist ...
Two Rajasthan-based companies bag awards
JAIPUR: Two Rajasthan-based companies, Hindustan Zinc Limited (HZL) and Shree Cement Limited, are among this year's recipients of the Golden Peacock Environment Management Award (GPEMA) 2006. The awards, instituted by the World Environment ...
Mid-day meal scheme a success story in Rajasthan
Enrolment of children at the elementary level has improved, says new study
UP rules out cut in petrol, diesel tax
State yet to decide on VAT introduction, says Minister
DEHRA DUN: The ashes of Suman Lata Bhadola, the first Uttarakhand activist to be arrested and lodged in Delhi's Tihar Jail in 1978, were immersed in the Ganga at Har-Ki-Pairi in Hardwar on Thursday by her sons, including Dhirendra Pratap, ...
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