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Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Widow paraded for petty theft
HAJIPUR (BIHAR): A 55-year-old widow in Bihar's Vaishali district was paraded on the road after her head was tonsured allegedly by a rich farmer and the local mukhiya's husband on the charge of stealing a few bananas, officials sources said on ...
Haryana panchayats get more funds
Rs. 50 crore to strengthen Panchayati Raj
Bedlam in Himachal House
DHARAMSALA: The winter session of Himachal Assembly began on a stormy note at the new building here on Tuesday. There was bedlam in the House as BJP members entered the well demanding discussion on corruption and the Speaker adjourned the House ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Violence affecting psychological health of Kashmiris, says NGO
Leads to anxiety, fear, exhaustion, suicidal thoughts: Medecins Sans Frontieres
Digvijay caught in row over scuffle
No case has been registered as it is a non-cognizable offence, say police
Call to realise Biju's dream
BJD will continue to fight for people's cause, says Naveen
Silver screen loses sheen
Poor facilities drive away film buffs from cinema halls
Controversy rocks inauguration of Odissi dance festival
Mayadhar Raut , Dhirendra Nath Patnaik refuse to receive awards
Vocational training initiative yields rich dividends
Five Koraput jail inmates become experts in making quality chalk
Drive to put dropouts back in schools
All set for implementation of special programme
Animals sacrificed during Suliya Yatra
Officials' plea to tribals go unheeded
Buffalo rehabilitation suffers a setback
Land chosen for the purpose has been encroached
Slum children to feature in telefilm
BERHAMPUR: : Intermingling with slum children a group of child artistes are shooting for a children's tele-film, Footpath, at a slum of the city near the new bus stand. The director of the film, Pradipta Mishra, said five children of this slum ...
Customers storm mobile service centre
Allege non supply of recharge vouchers
Parties pick holes in revision of electoral rolls
Congress leader terms the entire exercise a farce
Five burnt alive as van catches fire
BERHAMPUR: Four persons were charred to death and another was seriously burnt when a Maruti van in which they were travelling caught fire after a head-on collision with a timber-laden truck near Bhabandha on the Berhampur-Purushottampur road ...
Government mulls formation of Coir Development Agency
A Rs.3-crore Coir Growth Centre is also on the anvil
Coast Guard to help ISRO recover satellite
Rs. 4 crore central fund for CG station in Puducherry
"Books represent culture and heritage of a country"
PUDUCHERRY: Deputy Inspector General of Police S. Vasudeva Rao called upon the youth to develop habit of reading books of great philosophers, literary savants and eminent poets to develop their personality and to preserve the heritage and culture ...
Congress MLA from Rajpura joins BJP
Khurana would be BJP's star campaigner: Arun Jaitley
Roving Eye tames policemen
Cops being watched round-the-clock through closed circuit television cameras
Gangster shot dead
KANPUR: An alleged member of the Ram Kishan gang was shot dead by police in Naubasta area late last night, a senior police official said on Tuesday. Tarun Loola, who was carrying cash reward of Rs 2,500 on his head and wanted in connection ...
Fuel dealers on strike
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Petroleum Traders Association (UPPTA) is on an indefinite strike from Tuesday over a demand for a reduction in sales tax on both diesel and petrol. The association has demanded that the tax on diesel and petrol ...
Varsity to expel 30 students
LUCKNOW: The Lucknow University, which has cracked down on unruly behaviour among students, on Tuesday decided to expel 30 students who did not provide satisfactory replies to suspension notices served on them. ``We have prepared a list of 30 ...
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