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Friday, August 25, 2006
Haryana to re-employ Confed workers
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has decided to re-employ the retrenched employees of the Federation of Consumers Cooperative Wholesales Stores Limited (Confed), its Chairman Bajrang Dass Garg said here on Thursday. These employees were ...
Offending remarks removed from textbooks
"Derogatory" comments on Jat community in NCERT syllabus resented by Hooda
"Police torturing CITU leader"
CPI (M) demands removal of SP, CBI enquiry into murder of CITU workers
Work on Bina oil refinery in full swing
Babulal Gaur inspects progress at site
Introduction of Goondas Act demanded
"It is high time Government put down organised crime"
AIADMK MLA alleges corruption in medical college construction
AIADMK MLA seeks details about the cost of the project
No entertainment tax for films with Tamil titles
``Administration should not emulate all policies of Tamil Nadu Government''
Fast by unemployed teachers' association
PONDICHERRY: The Pondicherry Unemployed Graduate Teachers' Association has decided to observe a two-day fast from August 25. They would observe the fast near the Assembly demanding filling up of school assistant posts through employment exchange ...
World Bank funds for Punjab project
6,500 villages across the State to benefit
`Pay first, claim VAT refund later'
May lead to harassment, feel experts
Medical student found dead
Apparently fell from the roof of college hostel
`Ensure timely delivery of information to people'
Bring transparency to administration: Rajasthan Chief Secretary
"Mother's milk is best for infant"
JAIPUR: An early initiation of exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months is the single-most effective child survival intervention -- even better than immunisation and critical care -- and increases neonatal survival by 22 per cent. ...
Biscuit makers complain of discrimination
Imposition of excise and high Value Added Tax by the Centre and State Governments
A day of walkouts in U.P. Assembly
Congress, BSP and BJP quit over different issues
Renaming of Uttaranchal welcomed in the State
DEHRA DUN: The Union Cabinet's decision to rename Uttaranchal as Uttarakhand has been widely welcomed in this hill State while putting the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party on the defensive as the move might have far-reaching consequences in the ...
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