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Friday, November 24, 2006
Opposition to Modi's `unanimity' scheme
"Revenue officers are openly suggesting the names of BJP sympathisers"
"Haryana has highest per capita income"
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Governor A.R. Kidwai said on Thursday that the State had achieved 8.6 per cent economic growth as against 8 per cent by the country. Speaking at a function to formally launch renovation of "Vidkyar Tirath" at Kaithal, he ...
"India, Israel share legacy of old cultures"
Israeli Ambassador to India David Danieli inaugurates exhibition in Bhopal
BDA plans new city in east Kuakhai
Elaborate sketch already prepared for the new initiative; eight villages included in the plan
Keredagada temple row hotting up
Administration comes under sharp criticism
Stress on economic empowerment of women
Rangasamy inaugurates workshop on HIV/AIDS
CITU vice chairman expelled
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry district unit of the Centre for Indian Trade Unions (CITU) has expelled its vice chairman Durai Arumugham from all responsibilities including the primary membership of the organisation. A release from the chairman of ...
Film city in Jaipur may become a reality
JAIPUR: The Barjatyas are warming up to the idea of a film city in the neighbourhood of the Rajasthan capital. The proposal, initially mooted by the previous Congress Government and now being pursued vigorously by the BJP Government in the State, ...
Rajasthan to hold R-Day function in Kota
JAIPUR: After holding this year's State-level Independence Day function in Udaipur on August 15, the Rajasthan Government has decided to hold the Republic Day function of 2007 in Kota. Governor Pratibha Patil will unfurl the Tricolour and take ...
Bank offers e-trading facilities
JAIPUR: IDBI Capital Market Services Ltd. on Thursday entered into an agreement with the Bank of Rajasthan to offer advanced e-trading facilities for the bank's account holders. IDBI Capital Market Services Ltd., a subsidiary of the Industrial ...
No decision on dates
Only after publication of electoral rolls, says CEC in Lucknow
Mulayam misleading Muslims, says Babbar
"Chief Minister making hollow promises for their welfare"
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