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Thursday, October 19, 2006
Investment tour a success, says Hooda
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has described as "successful'' his visit to the European countries to invite investment in Haryana. An official release issued here on Wednesday said that Mr. Hooda made this remark ...
More DA for pensioners
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has enhanced the dearness allowance payable to its pensioners from 24 per cent to 29 per cent with effect from July 1, 2006. Finance Minister Birender Singh said here on Wednesday that the arrears of DA from ...
Sutlej Jal Vidyut Nigam declares dividend
SHIMLA: The public sector "mini-Navratna" company Sutlej Jal Vidyut Nigam Limited, which is executing the 1,500-MW Nathpa Jhakri Power Project, has declared a dividend of Rs.159.43 crore. The dividend cheque of Rs.119.57 crore for the Union ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Intellectuals rally behind Afzal
"He was denied a fair trial, should be pardoned"
A people's record
BHOPAL: : India has created a new Guinness record and Madhya Pradesh has become the single region across the world where the largest number of people a whopping 3.3 million joined the "Stand Up Against Poverty" event earlier this ...
Activists protest against police action on play
The Hindi play deals with the history of mills in Mumbai
Free rice and sugar for Deepavali
It will cover 3 lakh families in the Union Territory
India joins global move for police reforms
Chandigarh-based IDC to coordinate Police Station Visitors' Week
Alleged KLF terrorist arrested in Punjab
PATHANKOT: A terrorist belonging to Sikh separatist outfit Khalistan Liberation Force was on Wednesday arrested from Gurdaspur district for allegedly harbouring two of the accused in Beant Singh assassination case after their escape from a ...
Centre refusing to help Punjab farmers: BJP
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab BJP on Wednesday alleged that the Centre was ``refusing'' to help farmers of the State in their time of crisis even as it has been generously providing aid to farmers of Vidharaba region and other States. In a press ...
Curfew relaxed in Rajasthan towns
Left protest against police action on farmers
Maharashtra police trace missing `miracle' sadhvi
Found in her disciple's home in Sangli town, both want to start a new life as man and wife
Tourism fair at Churu
JAIPUR: A three-day "Churu Utsav'' and tourism fair will be organised in the district town of Churu in Rajasthan from December 1 to 3 to highlight the desert town on the national tourism map. Artistes of national repute will be invited to perform ...
Bar on dole
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Election Commission on Wednesday suspended the holding of all programmes to distribute unemployment allowance cheques ahead of polls to local bodies on the request of Governor T V Rajeswar. Yesterday, the governor's ...
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