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Wednesday, December 13, 2006
Probe on right track: Nitish Govt.
Murder of Patna University teacher Papiya Ghosh and her maid
Haryana Govt. releases funds
Restoration of monuments in the State
Haryana staff may get LTC
`Most of the 4084 staff retrenched during previous regime have been adjusted'
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Governor A.R. Kidwai and Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda have condoled the death of the first Chief Secretary of Haryana, Saroop Krishen. A member of the Indian Civil Service, he had breathed his last here on Monday ...
Autorickshaws to keep off road on Thursday
Government urged to set up Welfare Board
Speaker invites Karaikal legislators for talks
It follows announcement of boycotting Assembly
"Integrated Check Posts at Attari will boost exports"
LUDHIANA: Industry experts are upbeat at the Centre's recent decision to set up Integrated Check Posts (ICP) at Attari in Amritsar, which will give the much needed impetus to export of vegetables and other industrial goods from Punjab to ...
Cong. may replicate Punjab Yatra in U.P.
Party appreciates Amarinder's efforts: Soni
Activist groups seek withdrawal of textbooks
They allege prevalence of "rashtravadi" sentiments as preached by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
Big haul of elephant tusks
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan police arrested a gang of seven here on Tuesday and confiscated elephant tusks weighing 45 kg from them. The ivory, estimated to cost Rs.1 crore in the international market, was on its way to the local market, seemingly ...
Probe into mining activities sought
JAIPUR: The Congress has demanded a CBI enquiry into mining activities going on in Deeg and Kaman tehsils of Bharatpur. The party has also sought action against Forests and Mines Minister Laxminarain Dave for his alleged support to the "mining ...
3 pilgrims from Kerala die in accident in U.P.
LUCKNOW: Tragedy struck seven pilgrims from Kerala when the vehicle in which they were travelling met with an accident near Shahjahanpur village under the Shakti police station area in Kanpur Dehat on Monday. While three persons lost three lives, ...
Buta for President's rule in Uttar Pradesh
MUZZAFARPUR: Former Bihar Governor and Congress leader Buta Singh on Tuesday joined the political chorus demanding President's rule in Uttar Pradesh alleging free and fair polls would not be possible under the Mulayam Singh Yadav government. ...
Block pramukh shot dead
GHAZIABAD: A block pramukh in Bulandshahar district of Uttar Pradesh has been shot dead by some unidentified persons, the police said on Tuesday. Madan Pal Sirohi, who was killed on Monday, was the block pramukh of B. B. Nagar. The ...
Tourists flock to Mussoorie
DEHRA DUN: The mercury has dipped in Uttaranchal following moderate snowfall in the higher regions on Monday bringing much cheer to the farmers whose crops will benefit from it. Tourists could be seen rushing towards the Chamba-Mussoorie fruit ...
Mishap in school premises
DEHRA DUN: One child was killed and 19 injured when a power transformer in the Primary School at Sarbarkheri village in Udham Singh Nagar district burst on Monday. Some of the children received up to 70 per cent burns as boiling hot oil from the ...
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