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Friday, June 23, 2006
Plan to beautify Rohtak city
Proposal to develop education hub
Haryana promoting small saving schemes
12,667 prizes would be distributed under the scheme
Bishnoi finds no berth in new Haryana PCC
Bhajan Lal retained as State party President
Panipat cooperative sugar mill ranks at top in Haryana
CHANDIGARH: The Cooperative Sugar Mill, Panipat, has ranked at the top among the 12 cooperative sugar mills in the State for sugar sales realisation during the year 2005-06 despite stiff competition. A spokesman of Haryana State Cooperative ...
High Court orders police probe into PMT
"We are satisfied," say students and parents
Jammu & Kashmir
Nine-day `Yagya' to be organised in Kargil
To commemorate more than 500 martyrs
Govt. constructs record number of water structures
Chief Minister reviews rural development programmes
`Legislations made Ministers eligible to head Boards'
BHOPAL: Seeking to downplay notices issued by the Election Commission to nine Madhya Pradesh Ministers on office of profit issue, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Thursday said State legislations made them eligible to head Board and ...
Civic polls in Pondy after 38 years
First phase tomorrow in Karaikal, Mahe, Yanam
Students for 70 p.c. quota in private professional colleges
PONDICHERRY: Students aspiring to do courses in medicine and engineering in privately managed self-financing professional colleges in the Union Territoryon Thursday sought Government intervention to ensure 70 per cent quota of seats in these ...
For him, disability is no handicap
PONDICHERRY: : It has been proved time and again that disability is no handicap if one has grit and determination. Sixtytwo-year-old P.B. Seshadri is a classic example of man's triumph over adversity. Crippled by polio at a young age, Mr. ...
198 candidates in fray for posts of councillor
Last phase of civic polls on July 1
College bus seized, student gets back deposit
College ordered to pay compensation
Our fight will be on issues: PMC
Alleges that DMK, AIADMK will not discharge their duties effectively
Amarinder seeks Rs. 2,060-crore package
NEW DELHI: With the Punjab Assembly elections due next year, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh called on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here on Thursday and sought a relief package of Rs. 2059.95 crore to bail out the State's farmers from the debt ...
Left to launch joint struggle in Punjab
JALANDHAR: Five Leftist parties have decided to launch a joint struggle in Punjab from June 30 in protest against steep price rise, unemployment and ``anti people policies'' of the Centre and the Punjab Government. According to a joint ...
Governor urged to refer religion Bill to President
It was a "shocking act' to send the Bill back to Governor: PUCL
U.P. Govt. to honour MISA, DIR detainees
SP leaders touring the State to invite detainees for felicitation ceremony on June 26
Most naxalites in U.P. shift base to other States
Strategy to counter naxalite activities has paid off, says Home Secretary
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