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Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Bihar to move court over `polluted' soft drinks
34 samples collected at random, sent for testing
BJP leaders issued show cause
Differences within the ruling party in Gujarat over flood relief operations
Haryana sets record in power generation
CHANDIGARH: Haryana's Panipat Thermal Power Station (PTPS) has set a record of generating 309.06 lakh units of electricity on August 20 at a Plant Load Factor (PLF) of 94.69 per cent. The previous record of the Plant was 304.34 lakh units that ...
PMT scandal dominates Himachal House
Chief Minister threatens to move privilege motion against some newspapers
Jharkhand supplementary budget passed amid chaos
Opposition UPA members twice stage walk-out in State Assembly
Focus on mentally challenged kids
BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Monday announced that the State Government would make special efforts to encourage mentally challenged children to take up sporting activities. Mr. Chauhan was inaugurating a ...
Bill on college seats quota soon
Legislation in this session itself, says Rangasamy
Free rice scheme to continue
96 pc of cardholders utilising it, says Rangasamy
Port development will not permit any real estate activity: Minister
"Detailed assessment made on resources and scope of project"
Police officers undergo training in Chennai
PONDICHERRY: A team of 20 police officers (five inspectors, ten sub-inspectors and five assistant sub-inspectors) from Pondicherry is undergoing a five-day intensive training from Monday at the Tamil Nadu State Judicial Academy in Chennai to hone ...
Propriety of Ministers making policy statements outside Assembly questioned
PONDICHERRY: All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam legislator A. Anbalagan lodged his protest during zero hour in the Assembly on Monday against what he called Ministers announcing policy decisions in fora outside the House when the Assembly ...
`Give free hand-fans, lanterns'
CHANDIGARH: Intensifying its drive against the `anti-public' policies of Amarinder Singh-led Government, the BJP's youth wing on Monday resorted to selling lanterns and traditional hand-held fans to protest against the `horrible' state of power ...
Speed up OBC quota plan: Bhujbal
Opposition from the forward castes expected, says NCP leader
Experts seek strong domestic farm policies
JAIPUR: The call for conservation of agro-biodiversity and bringing under-utilised crops to the mainstream to ensure food and nutrition security received a resounding response from the participants at a two-day stakeholders' consultation on World ...
World's largest silver trophy gets Guinness Book approval
93 kg silver, over 20,000 precious stones adorn the trophy
Female foetuses recovered
ALIGARH: Less than two weeks after the discovery of about 50 female foetuses from a well in Patiala in Punjab, authorities here have found a dozen embryos dumped in a pond. Residents of the Nai Basti locality noticed stray dogs feeding on the ...
Award in memory of Bismillah Khan
Music academy to be set up in Lucknow
Clashes continue in Meerut university
Girls squat on the Meerut-Delhi highway demanding removal of Vice Chancellor
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