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Wednesday, August 16, 2006
My motto not to rule but serve the State: Nitish
PATNA: Promising to develop Bihar by 2015, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday asserted that his motto was not to rule but serve the State. Mr. Kumar hoisted the national flag on the occasion of Independence Day at the Gandhi Maidan for the ...
Man sets himself on fire
PATNA: A man set himself on fire on Tuesday alleging non-payment of arrears by the Sudha Dairy Project management in Gaya. He later died. At 6.30 a.m., Manoj Mishra poured oil and set fire to himself before the main gates of the company. The ...
`Joint efforts to tackle Maoists'
I salute the forest-dwellers of Bastar for their courage, says Raman Singh
Rise above petty social disputes: Kidwai
Freedom fighters to get DA on Central Govt. pattern: Hooda
Candlelight vigil at Wagah
WAGAH: At the stroke of midnight, when the world slept, the tiny flames of about a hundred candles lit this joint border check post and the silence of the night was shattered by chants of `Yeh desh vi hamara hai, wo desh vi hamara hai' (This ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Pilgrims flock to Vaishno Devi
JAMMU: The holy cave shrine of Vaishno Devi witnessed an unprecedented rush of pilgrims on the fourth day on Tuesday as nearly 40,000 pilgrims have been offering puja and darshan here daily, official sources said. The Shri Mata Vaishno Devi ...
`Jharkhand ready for 34th National Games'
A conducive ambience created for the mega event, Arjun Munda
Evolve participatory work culture: Chauhan
`Freedom will hold meaning when people get equal opportunity'
Independence Day celebrated with gaiety
Chief Minister distributes medals and awards to officials for meritorious services
Project to augment sub-soil water soon
Rs.16 crore World Bank-aided scheme
An I-Day gift for Punjab farmers
Chief Minister announces one-time settlement of agriculture loans
Rodrigues pays tributes to freedom fighters, martyrs
Outlines achievements of Chandigarh Administration in I-Day speech
Vasundhara pledges to take Rajasthan to new heights
`Oustees of Mahi and Kadana dams to be rehabilitated soon'
Recovery of hand grenades creates panic in Rewari
CHANDIGARH: There was panic in Rewari after two hand grenades were found in a vacant plot near the fields in Lohana village. Even though some television channels reported that live bombs had been found, the Deputy Commissioner of Rewari, Chander ...
Tiwari develops breathlessness at function
DEHRA DUN: Uttaranchal Chief Minister N. D. Tiwari developed breathlessness just before unfurling the Tricolour on Tuesday leading to postponement of the event by an hour. He remained seated for an hour after which he unfurled the national ...
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