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Friday, November 17, 2006
Panchkula put on fast track of development
Hooda inaugurates "Inderdhanush'' auditorium in the city
Golden jubilee of St. Joseph's School
BHOPAL: The Commandant of Combat College Mhow, Lieutenant-General Milan Naidu, on Thursday stressed the importance of girls' education and said St. Joseph's Convent School here had been playing a significant role in this direction. Speaking ...
Centre, NABARD to aid cooperatives' revamp
State signs tripartite memorandum of understanding
Young artistes to be presented Kelucharan award every year
The award carries a citation and a cash award of Rs.10, 000
Odissi festival from November 24
The event, held every five years, is dedicated to the memory of Debaprasad Das
Cultural contribution of Koraput lauded
Law Minister inaugurates tribal festval
BU spruced up for 15th convocation
The university, set up in 1967, organises the event after 21 years
A lot to be done on free legal aid front: Union Minister
A home away from home for Tibetan refugees
Some 7,000 of them are settled in rehabilitation colonies for generations
NABARD and community polytechnic scheme officials agree on a follow-up to the progress of self-employment ventures being undertaken by trainees
Hail the new good messenger!
A unique service, trusted and patronised by prominent persons, including VIPs, has been thriving in the State's capital.
Music lovers in for a treat
Sishu Bhawan expansion project by April
Project being implemented with Japanese grant of Rs. 37 cr.
Teacher posts to be filled
BHUBANESWAR: The State Government on Thursday said 253 Middle English Schools in the State did not have headmaster. In reply to a query, School and Mass Education Minister Bishnu Charan Das said the Government had initiated steps to fill 58 ...
CPI(M) for filling nominated legislator posts with women
Devolution of powers to elected civic bodies urged
Insurance scheme for journalists announced
Temple elephant treated for abscess
Specialist from Kerela performs surgery
Free colour television scheme on Pongal day
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister N. Rangasamy told newsmen on the sidelines the National Press Day celebration here on Thursday that the Government would launch the distribution of free colour television sets to the poor during Pongal festival in ...
Librarians to be honoured
CHANDIGARH: The annual SATKAL (Satinder Kaur Ramdev Memorial Trust for Advancement of Librarianship) Awards will be presented to four reputed librarians at a function here on Saturday by the Union Minister of State for Finance, Pawan Kumar ...
Court orders registration of FIR against Raje
Allocation of prime land in Jaipur to a trust headed by the Chief Minister
Plan to improve breed of native cows
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhulal Saini on Thursday said the cattle breeders in the State would be associated with the Government's schemes for improvement of breeds and enhancing the productivity of livestock. Inaugurating a ...
Kuoni Academy launches Jaipur centre
JAIPUR: The Kuoni Academy of Travel has launched its first franchisee centre here to train travel and tourism professionals. The SMS Investments Corporation Pvt. Ltd is the promoter of the Jaipur Academy. Kuoni Academy of Travel (KAT), an ...
Rajasthan Day at Trade Fair on Nov. 24
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Day will be celebrated in the State Pavilion at the ongoing India International Trade Fair-2006 in Delhi on November 24 to showcase the vibrant and colourful traditions of the desert State. The function will be organised in the ...
"PM ignored 1857 during Oxford lecture"
Manmohan glorified ICS officers, says historian Irfan Habib
CBI defers hearing
MUZAFFARNAGAR: A special CBI court here trying the case of the 1994 police firing on supporters of a separate Uttarakhand movement on Thursday deferred till December 15 the hearing on objections by the then Superintendent of Police R.P. Singh ...
Badrinath closes for the winter
DEHRA DUN: The Himalayan shrine of Badrinath was closed for the winter amid religious chants on Thursday heralding the end of the Char Dham Yatra this year. Hundreds of devotees took part in the closing ceremony. An interesting feature of the ...
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