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Thursday, November 09, 2006
Haryana adopts strategy to promote girl child
"Government aware of problem of declining sex ratio"
Punjab traders threaten bandh
LUDHIANA: Traders in Punjab have threatened a one-day bandh to protest non-extension of the deadline for depositing the Value Added Tax (VAT) returns. Industry representatives have also decided to boycott a State-level rally being organised by ...
Amarinder sounds election bugle, launches `vikas yatra'
NANGAL (ROPAR): Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday blew the conch for the upcoming battle of the ballot for the State Assembly by launching "Punjab Vikas Yatra", which will crisscross the State by February next when the elections ...
BSNL leads the way in phone services in Rajasthan
Accounts for 34 lakh connections, out of which 15 lakhs are mobile connections
Armed men attack police van, escape with 5 undertrials
DEHRA DUN: A group of unidentified desperadoes stormed a police van carrying "Jewel Thief" Angrez Singh and 11 other undertrials on the Hardwar - Delhi highway near Bhadrabad in Hardwar district and managed to escape with Angrez and his four ...
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