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Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Haryana, Israel to link agricultural varsities
Mutual exchange of farmers and agricultural experts planned
Gogoi's deficit budget has much tax relief
Dearness Allowance increased for State Government employees
Stipend for the jobless disabled raised
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has decided to enhance by almost three times the unemployment allowance for the educated persons with not less than 70 per cent physical disability, the Commissioner for Disability, Baldev Karora, said here on ...
IAS officers transferred
CHANDIGARH: Anil Malik has been posted as Joint Secretary and Director, Development and Panchayats, in place of Abhilaksh Likhi who has been appointed Joint Secretary, General Administration. Ashok Kumar Yadav, Joint Secretary, Haryana Housing ...
Priorities shift with changing Chief Ministers
M.P. has seen three CMs in less than three years, each following a different agenda Madhya Pradesh has seen three Chief Ministers in less than three years, each following a different agenda
Sridevi sworn-in Municipal chairperson
42 councillors also take oath in the presence of Chief Minister N. Rangasamy
Sugarcane growers' dues to banks cleared
Farmers from nearly 20 villagers in and around Ariyur can now avail of fresh bank loans
Truckers block highway
LUDHIANA: Truck operators on Monday blocked the Delhi-Ludhiana national highway at a busy crossing here in protest against the hike in prices of fuel. The protestors lifted their half-an-hour long blockade that left rows of stranded vehicles ...
Raje absence makes BJP meet one-sided
Party men question the undue hurry shown by the State leadership in organising the meeting
Colleges running illegal courses warned
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government on Monday warned private educational institutions of strict action if they admitted students to unrecognised courses in the wake of reports that several colleges were claiming to run employment-oriented courses ...
Affiliation by AICTE draws flak
"Opinion of the State must be sought before affiliating technical institutes"
16 more killed in rains
LUCKNOW: Sixteen people were killed in incidents of house collapse as heavy rains accompanied by strong winds lashed several parts of Uttar Pradesh on Sunday evening, taking the rain-related toll this season to 102. Five people were killed in ...
`Dump the mindset to save water'
Focus on making polluters clean the water systems
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