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Friday, December 22, 2006
Govt. drafts Police Act 2006
In compliance with Supreme Court directions
Berhampur varsity closed
Sequel to clashes on campus
Decks cleared for steel project
MoU signed between State Government and SSL Energy Limited
Drop plea for separate status for Karaikal: Ramadoss
"No government has ignored the region"
PUDUCHERRY: Professor J.R. Daniel, Head of the Department of Diagnostic Imaging Intervention and Research at the Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), received the `Life Time Achievement' award at the 59th Congress of the Indian ...
Govt. reviews urea availability
Farmers panicky due to its shortage
Tobacco control drive begins
For educating children on the enforcement of Section 6 of tobacco control law
"Lucknow University may reopen in phases "
Vice-Chancellor submits action plan to the High Court
Haj Minister in trouble?
`His utterance violative of law'
Railways to set up two new coach factories
KANPUR: The Railways have decided to set up two new rail coach factories at Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh and Marora district in Bihar, an official said here on Thursday. The Rae Bareli coach factory would be set up at a cost of Rs.1,652 crore. ...
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