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Hooda announces free education for ``brave child of Haryana''
Those who helped rescue Prince to be rewarded
Desert blooms in Lahual
SHIMLA: Tribal Lahaul valley in Himachal, which remains cut-off from the rest from the rest of the state for nearly six months due to heavy snowfall in winters, now has a surprise to offer to visitors. The valley surrounded by high mountains ...
BJP plans protest against price rise
SHIMLA: The Himachal Pradesh BJP has decided to hold state-wide protests against the price rise and inability of the government to check the same. The BJP State chief, Suresh Bhardwaj, told media persons here on Sunday said his party cadres would ...
Unique collection of antique arms at Bhopal museum
BHOPAL: An eye-catching 18th-century `jireh bakhtar' (chainmail armour) that might have protected a warrior from deadly sword thrusts and a lethal pen-shaped pistol that could be easily kept in the pocket, take pride of place among exhibits in ...
Chauhan for consensus on 50 p.c. quota for women
Madhya Pradesh to go for gender budgeting
Electric train service from August 6
Computerised ticketing centre to be opened at Karaikal
Vacancies in librarian posts
PONDICHERRY: The Pondicherry State Library and Information Assistants Association has urged the Pondicherry Administration to fill all vacancies particularly in branch libraries in rural areas. These libraries had been attached to the Department ...
Package for debt-ridden farmers soon: Amarinder
"Initiative will provide considerable relief to farming community"
Crop diversification no solution to farm crisis
Wheat-paddy rotation is the optimal cropping pattern for Punjab agriculture sector, says study by H.S. Shergill
BJP minority morcha plans `jehad' against terrorism
JAIPUR: The Bharatiya Janata Party's Minority Morcha on Sunday resolved to launch a nation-wide campaign against terrorism while accusing Congress and Left parties of adopting a "soft approach'' towards the violence perpetrated in the name of ...
Invitation to NGOs
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has extended an open invitation to voluntary organisations to participate in the ambitious schemes formulated by various urban local bodies under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM), while ...
``Multiplexes have revolutionised cinema''
Eager to base a film in Varanasi: Shyam Benegal
DEHRA DUN: The Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests, Namo Narain Meena, has called upon foresters to develop into masters in social engineering so as to successfully garner maximum public support in conserving forests and ...
Search still on for missing Jadavpur University student
KOLKATA: One of the five students of the team of trekkers from the Jadavpur University, Kolkata, which had gone on an expedition to the Ayodhya Hills in Purulia district on July 27, remained untraced till Sunday evening. The bodies of two ...
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