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Students union polls ordered
PATNA: The Patna High Court on Wednesday ordered the Bihar Government and universities to conduct student union elections that have been stalled for nearly 20 years ``within reasonable time''. ...
Over 11,000 km of new roads in M.P.
BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh, which has long been known for its awful roads, now claims to have emerged as the top State in the country by constructing 11,110 km of new roads under 2,384 projects implemented through the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak ...
A Mumbai family awaits Hu
The Chinese President is expected to meet the kin of Doctor Kotnis today
BJP launches signature campaign
To urge implementation of capital punishment on Afzal
CPI flays banks for ignoring poor
"Loans available on a platter to affluent"
Chief Minister calls for efforts to curb suicides
"Mahila desks" formed to receive complaints from women
Second leg of Vikas Yatra begins
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday invoked the blessings of the legendary Sikh warrior Sham Singh Attariwala for the success of the Congress party in the forthcoming elections to the State Assembly. According to an ...
Tribal families evicted from land: Report
Bheels ostracised by villagers
Congress sees code violation
JAIPUR: The Congress has alleged violation of the model code of conduct by the State Government in the Dungarpur Assembly constituency. The party has written to the Chief Election Officer about the transfer of two police officers from the area ...
Akali Dal seeks waiving of farmers' debt
CHANDIGARH: The Shiromani Akali Dal has demanded that the entire debt of Punjab's farmers running into crores be written off following the example set by the waiver of the Special Term Loan (STL) by the then Prime Minister I.K. Gujral. "A ...
For Yadav, crimes are just social evils
Noida kidnapping and Sitapur killings cannot be equated with law and order: Chief Minister
Govt. to appoint Women Protection Officers in all dists
KANPUR: Women Protection Officers will be appointed in each district of Uttar Pradesh within three months to help women suffering from domestic violence, a senior Government official said on Wednesday. ``A proposal to this effect was sent to ...
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