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Chattisgarh
Maoist violence to dominate Assembly
Congress legislators would raise the issue of the Errabore carnage

Himachal Pradesh
Lack of classrooms in schools
SHIMLA: With the expansion of educational institutions in Himachal Pradesh, especially at elementary and secondary levels, schools in the state are facing a lack of classrooms. About 3,682 primary schools in the State have only two ...

Madhya Pradesh
Govt. exceeds target on safe drinking water
BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh has taken major strides towards safe drinking water in the rural areas. Against a target of supplying safe drinking water in 2,961 villages, 8,451 villages in the State were provided access to it during the three- month ...

Pondicherry
Haemophilia affected will be provided assistance: Angalane
Students with haemophilia given training in computer applications

Transport Nagar to be ready soon
Transporters call for protection force like RPF

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Punjab
Rajnath demands farm income insurance scheme
Flays Centre for importing wheat

Rajasthan
Narmada works to be ready by March 2009
Rajasthan water share by October likely

Six freed from Parihar gang after 45 days
The victims, all Brahmins, belonged to Raja Kheda tehsil of Dholpur district

I will continue to write against `patriarchal discrimination': Taslima
JAIPUR: Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen on Sunday said she would continue writing against "patriarchal discrimination'' against women and support secular humanism in all parts of world where religious minorities were persecuted. Ms. Nasreen, ...

Uttar Pradesh
Small parties set terms for poll pact with Congress
Ask Congress to fulfil their demands




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