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Tuesday, December 19, 2006
Govt. to develop three industrial clusters
For textiles, auto parts and light engineering equipment
Proposal for sanitation forwarded
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has forwarded a proposal for a "complete sanitation campaign'' worth Rs.400 crore to the Centre under which 90,940 individual toilets, 12,967 community women toilets, 4,345 toilets in schools and 9,380 toilets ...
Bid to augment school libraries
Government to organise book fairs
School of Business to be set up in Hisar
CHANDIGARH: A School of Business is to be set up at Guru Jambheshwar University in Hisar. According to Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, it would be patterned on the Indian Institute of Management or the Harvard Business School. Mr. Hooda ...
Time now to enforce RTI: CIC
Salman case hearing deferred
JODHPUR: A court here has adjourned till January 8 the hearing on two appeals filed by actor Salman Khan against the sentence handed out to him for poaching black bucks as the film star ...
With eye on polls, Mulayam woos Muslims
Chief Minister announces several sops for strengthening madarsa education
Ghaziabad to have 3 more Assembly segments
GHAZIABAD: Three more Assembly seats are being added to the existing five under the Ghaziabad Lok Sabha constituency following an Uttar Pradesh Government notification, a senior official said on Monday. The new Assembly constituencies are ...
Governor behaving like `centre of power': SP
LUCKNOW: Two days after Uttar Pradesh Governor T. V. Rajeswar accused the IAS officers of the State of not being impartial in the recently-concluded civic bodies elections, the ruling Samajwadi Party on Monday hit back at Raj Bhavan alleging it ...
NABARD to strengthen cooperative banks
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Government on Monday reached an agreement with the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, under which the lender would provide Rs.2,300 crore for strengthening the State's district cooperative banks and ...
Mamata declines to meet Speaker
KOLKATA: West Bengal Assembly Speaker H.A. Halim has said that he had a new proposal to offer to Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee to help break the Singur deadlock, but the latter declined to meet him. Mr. Halim told reporters that ...
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