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Thursday, November 16, 2006
Evening courts launched in Gujarat
State is first in the country to do so
Haryana disabled to get free kits
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Wednesday announced that all the disabled and physically handicapped persons in the State would be given artificial limbs, aids and appliances during the next one-and-a-half years. ...
`Efforts on to connect Metro with Faridabad'
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government is making concerted efforts to get Faridabad connected with Delhi Metro rail services by the year 2010, State Chief Secretary Prem Prashant said here on Wednesday. Addressing a press conference, he said a ...
Karzai hints at retirement
The Afghan President takes a trip down memory lane
Raja Bhaiyya's father gets bail
JABALPUR: The Madhya Pradesh High Court on Wednesday granted bail to father of U.P. Minister Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiyya, who was serving a five-year sentence in a POTA case. A Division Bench, comprising Justice Sushma Shrivastava ...
A cover-up bid, says OPCC chief
`Use Central funds properly'
Teachers continue their protest
Seeking release of grant-in-aid, they lay a virtual siege to Mahatma Gandhi Marg
Three-day ceremony to bring curtains down on Parab
Governor Rameshwar Thakur and a host of Ministers will attend the function
Ravenshaw becomes university
Former IAS officer Debdas Chhotray takes charge as Vice-Chancellor
5-day music fete begins
BERHAMPUR: The five-day annual music festival organised by Sri Thyagaraja Bhakta Samithi began here on Wednesday amid tremendous enthusiasm among art lovers of Silk City. Manda Sudharani, AIR artist of Visakhapatnam, regaled the audience with a ...
Milkmen up in arms in Cuttack
Directive to relocate cowsheds away from city limits
31.03 pc pass HSC supplementary exam
Deogarh district tops with 54.23 pass percentage; results of 18 withheld
BHUBANESWAR: The Paradeep Phosphates Limited has been selected by the Fertilizers Association of India (FAI) for an award for improvements in overall performance. Another award for best technical innovation implemented in the field of production ...
`No cotton ryot ended life out of frustration'
BHUBANESWAR: Orissa Agriculture Minister Surendra Nath Nayak on Wednesday denied that any cotton farmer had committed suicide in Bolangir district out of frustration after failing to repay his crop loan. Making a statement on the issue, Mr. ...
`Kalaimamani awards' announced for proficient children
Mithi moots Protection Society to prevent child abuse
Secondary Education Board to function soon
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister N. Rangasamy has said that the Secondary Education Board would start functioning soon to adopt a new orientation to promote high standards of education and to develop skills of students. Distributing cash awards to a ...
Mithi criticises claim by Chinese Ambassador
PUDUCHERRY: Lt. Governor Mukut Mithi said that the remark, made by the Chinese Ambassador, as reported in the media that Arunachal Pradesh was part of Chinese territory was uncalled for and inappropriate, particularly at a time when bilateral ...
Murder accused surrender
PUDUCHERRY: Senior Superintendent of Police (Crime and Intelligence) Mrs. Chhaya Sharma said in a release here on Tuesday that three persons wanted in connection with the alleged murder of the Puducherry State Youth Congress Committee secretary ...
Rally to generate awareness of diabetes
PUDUCHERRY: Students of Mother Theresa Institute of Health Sciences, Tiruvalluvar Government Girls HSS, St Joseph of Cluny Girls HSS and members of Puducherry unit of the Indian Red Cross Society took out a rally here on Tuesday through main ...
`Package likely during PM visit'
JALANDHAR: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh may announce the much-awaited financial relief package for farmers during his forthcoming visit to the State, PWD and Education Minister Pratap Singh Bajwa said on Wednesday. ``The State Government has ...
Rajasthan to get its share in Ravi-Beas waters soon
Soz invites Vasundhara to Delhi for talks
Rajasthan Govt. decentralises planning process to district level
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has decentralised the planning process to the district level and directed the administration in all districts to complete the exercise for preparation of the 2007-08 Annual Plan and the 11th Five Year Plan by ...
U.P. Minister to meet Sheila over bus row
Seven buses denied entry into national Capital: Agarwal
`Celebrities should not endorse negative products'
AGRA: With India having one of the largest youth populations in the world, experts at the Global Youth Meet on Health-2006 here on Wednesday said investments should be made in their basic health and education to achieve accelerated development of ...
Expelled BSP MPs join SP
LUCKNOW: The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) received a jolt on Wednesday as two of its suspended Lok Sabha members and two expelled MLAs joined Samajwadi Party. The MPs are Bhalchandra Yadav and Ramakant Yadav, and the MLAs are Kuldeep Singh ...
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