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ACB intensifies probe against PSC
For alleged irregularities in selection of candidates
Govt. to regulate education in non-Government schools
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government on Wednesday enacted the Haryana School Education (Third Amendment) Rules, 2006, to regulate education in all non-Government schools. Addressing media persons after chairing a meeting of his Cabinet, Chief ...
Licence fee for running stone crushers hiked
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Cabinet on Wednesday decided to amend the Haryana Regulation and Control of Crusher Rules, 1992 to increase the licence fee to run stone crushers from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 1 lakh. Presiding over the Cabinet meeting, Chief ...
CPI (M) takes umbrage over comments on tribals' struggle
SHIMLA: The Himachal unit of the CPI (M) has taken strong exception to a comment made by some ruling party leaders that there could be a Maoist intervention in the ongoing struggle of tribals against the construction of the 1,000 MW ...
Elementary Vedic algebra book released
Education Secretary felicitates writer of the book
Rs.1, 800-crore port project for Puducherry
Sethusamudram project will help Union Territory: Valsaraj
Probe panel set up against V-C
LUCKNOW: At war with Lucknow University Vice-Chancellor R. P. Singh, the Uttar Pradesh Government has set up a two-member committee to look into alleged financial and administrative irregularities by him. State Principal Secretary (Finance) ...
Colleges told to utilise UGC funds
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Governor Pratibha Patil has called upon the colleges to fully utilise the grants sanctioned by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to promote educational standards and benefit weaker sections of society and women ...
Govt. for early construction of dams
Minister takes exception to the agenda note
Elephant to be treated at par with human beings, says High Court
JAIPUR: Saddiq Khan, owner of Babli, a female elephant who was killed 18 years ago when hit by a jeep while taking tourists for a joyride in front of the historic Amber Fort here, has finally received his compensation now. The court of the Motor ...
Cold kills four
JAIPUR: Three beggars were among four persons found dead in various parts of the State on Wednesday after revival of cold wave conditions. One person was found dead in Bhilwara district after active cold wave conditions in the district, police ...
Kishau dam to be completed in five years
CHANDIGARH: The Union Water Resources Ministry has decided to reduce the period of completion of Kishau dam from nine years to five or six years, according to Haryana Irrigation Minister Ajay Singh Yadav. Mr. Yadav attended a meeting of ...
BJP to finalise strategy for Assembly polls
Lucknow meeting to prepare charge sheet against State Govt.
Deadline for electoral rolls may be extended: CEC
LUCKNOW: The Chief Election Commissioner, N. Gopalaswamy, on Wednesday reiterated that the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections would be held on time and before May 14, 2007, and said that the Election Commission would consider extending the January ...
Dwarikesh Sugar on expansion spree
BIJNOR (U.P.): Dwarikesh Sugar Industries Limited on Wednesday said it was planning to set up a distillery unit at Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh at an investment of Rs. 35 crores, besides looking at acquisition of a sugar plant in U.P. or ...
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