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Wednesday, December 06, 2006
New incentives for patwaris in Haryana
HUDA plots to be reserved for lawyers
Rs. 50-lakh Haryana plan to conserve endangered species
Action plan for 2006-07 to be prepared by experts
`Warrior group' on the warpath
`Paikas' stage demonstration in city highlighting their problems
"Injustice to Karaikal in selection of constables"
Struggle Group to intensify agitation
`Govt. policies affecting farmers'
JAIPUR: Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Subhashini Ali on Tuesday termed the ongoing agitation by farmers in Phase I area of the Indira Gandhi Canal Project over irrigation water as a struggle for "the right to live". While severe ...
Shinde promises adequate power to Rajasthan
JAIPUR: Union Energy Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde on Tuesday sought cooperation of the States in enhancing power production in the country. The political parties should come together on issues of national importance to meet the targeted growth ...
Workshop on aquaculture
JAIPUR: A national workshop on aquaculture in waterlogged areas and small water bodies beginning in Bharatpur town of Rajasthan on Wednesday will strengthen linkages among experts, stakeholders and policy makers for increasing fish yield and ...
Muslims still await justice in Babri case
But Hindus say Muslims have no reason to feel wronged
A `conspiracy' to defame my Govt., says Mulayam
People living in fear in UP: Kalyan Singh
Taj in the race for `New Seven Wonders'
AGRA: Taj Mahal, India's most famous architectural wonder, on Tuesday joined the race to be named one of the ``New Seven Wonders of the World''. ``Taj Mahal symbolises India. It is a beautiful monument representing love and passion. Love that ...
Tight security in Varanasi
VARANASI: Security has been beefed up in all religious places in Varanasi ahead of the 14th anniversary of the demolition of the Babri Mosque, which falls on Wednesday. Religious places like the Kashi Vishwanath Temple, the Sankat Mochan ...
UP Assembly team to meet Sheila on bus row
LUCKNOW: An all-party delegation comprising members of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly will soon hold meetings with Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dixit and other senior officials to break the impasse over plying of buses in each other's territories. ...
Four take oath
LUCKNOW: Four prominent persons drawn from different fields on Tuesday took oath as Information Commissioners of Uttar Pradesh. Justice (retd) M. A. Khan, Chief Information Commissioner of UP, administered the oath to the four -- Sanjay ...
Ghaziabad station security beefed up
GHAZIABAD: A letter from a suspected terror group threatening to blow up six railway stations in Uttar Pradesh on December 6, the day of Babri Masjid demolition, has sent the authorities here into a tizzy. The police had received a letter at ...
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