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Wednesday, October 04, 2006
Programme to fight social inequality announced
Call for all religious leaders, public to fight social evils
33 dengue cases in Haryana; 1 dead
State gears up to check spread of the disease
Kurukshetra leads in paddy trading
CHANDIGARH: The arrival of paddy has been picking up gradually in Haryana and 537,388 metric tonnes have already reached 173 grain markets so far, Deputy Chief Minister Chander Mohan said here on Tuesday. Minimum Support ...
Prevention key to curb HIV/AIDS: Mithi
"Youth should be provided with correct knowledge about the disease"
JIPMER strike committee to meet PM
PUDUCHERRY: A delegation of the JIPMER Anti Conversion Action Committee would visit New Delhi soon to meet the President, Prime Minister and AICC leader Sonia Gandhi to seek their good offices to ensure that the proposed autonomy for the JIPMER ...
Do not encourage strikes in hospitals: Ramadoss
Alleges hand of private medical colleges in recent stir Alleges hand of private colleges
`Govt. insensitive to Kaman tragedy'
JAIPUR: The Opposition in the Rajasthan Assembly protested against non-inclusion of the victims of the Kaman water tank tragedy in the condolence message read out by Speaker Sumitra Singh on the opening day of the monsoon session of the House on ...
Free treatment in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has announced free treatment for patients of seasonal diseases in the Government hospitals and health centres even as the post-monsoon afflictions have hit the State's population in a big way after the unusual ...
"Santhara an exercise for self-purification''
JAIPUR: Amid reports of Jains undertaking fast-unto-death through "Santhara'' across Rajasthan,Jain groups on Tuesday defended the religious custom, saying it was an exercise for "self-purification'' and could not be equated with suicide or mercy ...
Building dedicated to the people in Jodhpur
JAIPUR: A building named after the late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was dedicated to the people in Jodhpur on Monday as part of ceremonies marking the birth anniversaries of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, and former Prime Minister Lal ...
Confusion prevails on Day 1 of nominations
LUCKNOW: The nomination process for the three-tier Uttar Pradesh urban local body polls began on Tuesday with confusion prevailing in most districts as several candidates still awaited authorisation letters from respective parties. The State ...
Arson marks Durga immersion in U.P.
Many arrested; heavy force deployed in violence-hit areas
Kedarnath to be closed from October 24
DEHRA DUN: The higher Himalayan shrine of Kedarnath will be closed for the winter on October 24. The Badrinath shrine will be closed for the winter on November 16, according tothe Badrinath-Kedarnath Temple Committee on ...
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