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Tuesday, November 07, 2006
`Arunachal tourism to be promoted'
Will help in creating employment, overall development: Sonia
Hooda challenges opponents to debate
Caution the people against the "ill-designs" of those who were trying to mislead them
Teacher training colleges `must maintain quality'
Training institutes have to adhere to rules: NCTE official "There ought to be scientific planning of human resources development"
Talks with agitating farmers fail to materialise
Due to non-receipt of post-mortem report of farmer
Independents leading in Uttar Pradesh local bodies elections
Mayoral polls results likely by early Tuesday
`SP has won 60 % seats'
LUCKNOW: The ruling Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh on Monday claimed to have won 60 per cent of the Nagar Palika Parishad and Nagar Panchayat chairmen's seats whose election results had been declared till 5 p.m. soon after counting of votes for ...
N.D. Tiwari to lead party in polls again
DEHRA DUN: It's official now. The veteran Congress leader and Uttaranchal Chief Minister Narayan Dutt Tiwari will lead the party in the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections due early next year. Announcing this here on Monday, the Congress leader in ...
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