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Monday, October 16, 2006
MoU signed with private doctors to serve poor patients
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Health Department has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with 47 private practitioners so far under the "Vikalp'' scheme. These specialists would provide their services to 30,000 families living below the poverty ...
Sericulture expansion plan in H.P.
As many on 8,055 families are practicing sericulture in the State
Himachal Govt. trying to influence probe: BJP
SHIMLA: The State BJP has alleged that the Virbhadra Singh government is now unnecessarily trying to influence and impede the ongoing probe into the recently held Combined Pre Medical Test scam. The party had made these allegations in a formal ...
Jammu & Kashmir
JAMMU: Two youth were arrested on charge of kidnapping a girl, who was recovered by a local police team during a raid at a house in Patiala area of Punjab, officials said. The girl was kidnapped by the accused from Rajpura Mangotrian area of ...
"M.P. committed to reduce maternal, infant mortality"
UNICEF Country Director meets Chief Minister
Narayanasamy opposes acquisition of land
Abandon satellite town project, he says
Left forms `United Front' with Lok Bhalai in Punjab
It would contest against the Congress and SAD-BJP combine
Punjab police yet to act against its encounter specialist
CHANDIGARH: Even as a court in Haryana has held Punjab police inspector Gurmeet Singh Pinki guilty of murder of a Ludhiana resident, the police has yet to start disciplinary proceedings against the cop. ``Punjab police is still awaiting the court ...
Governor highlights importance of intellectual and technical strength
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Governor Pratibha Patil has said the State should make efforts to achieve intellectual and technical strength by first becoming a strong financial power to ensure all-round development. Addressing a golden jubilee function of ...
New insurance schemes launched
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan State Insurance and General Provident Fund Department has released two new insurance schemes, Nachiketa and Upmanyu, for students of private educational institutions. The St. Xavier's School of ...
One more dengue death in U.P.
Toll mounts to 11; number of suspected cases stands at 418
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