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Wednesday, January 03, 2007
Five-day working week in Bihar
Government has reduced the casual leave to 12 days a year
It's five-day working week in Bihar
Casual leaves, however, reduced to 12 days from 16 days a year
Gujarat liquor policy decried
AHMEDABAD: : The Gujarat Congress on Tuesday staged a demonstration here against the State Government's decision to relax the prohibition policy for outsiders visiting the State and those living in SEZ. Leader of the Opposition in the Assembly ...
Moninder Pandher had Shimla connections
SHIMLA: Moninder Pandher, the Noida resident accused of serial murders, lived in Shimla during his school days. He studied here at the prestigious Bishop Cotton School from 1963 to 1973 after which he graduated from the well-known St. Stephen's ...
Gaur invites Gujarat industrialists
BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Commercial Taxes, Commerce and Industry Minister Babulal Gaur has invited industrialists from Gujarat to invest in Madhya Pradesh. Talking to media persons here on Tuesday after a three-day tour of Gujarat, Mr. Gaur said ...
Ayyappa dikshya catching up
5,000 people expected to undertake Sabarimala trip this year
International theatre olympiad begins
City hosting the festival for the 10th consecutive year
Cheap nutritional supplement for AIDS patients
Tested on 150 persons: NGO
Annual flower show from Jan. 6
A plant bazaar to be set up as part of the expo
Plan to install closed circuit cameras
First system to cover entire Nehru Street
Congress to give due representation to women in next Assembly polls
Sonia to hear grievances of Mahila Congress members in March "If Women's Reservation Bill not passed now, it will be done when Congress gets a majority"
AIADMK men quit party
PUDUCHERRY: Anand Murugesan, general secretary of Jayalalithaa Peravai and P. M. Iyannar, leader of Anna Trade Union, said that they had sent their resignation letters to the AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa, owing to differences of opinion ...
Increase in crimes due to urbanisation: Punjab DGP
CHANDIGARH: While the figures provided by his office indicated a substantial increase in the incidence of crime, Punjab Police chief S.S. Virk on Tuesday claimed that the law and order situation during 2006 "remained well under control" as no ...
Noida killings not a law and order problem, says Mulayam
LUCKNOW: Under attack for the dubious role of the police in the Noida mass killings of juveniles, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on Tuesday stated that the Noida issue was not a law and order related problem. The Chief ...
Leopard stalks villagers
DEHRA DUN: Panic has gripped the residents of villages around Gopeshwar as a leopard continues to stalk them both nearer home and in the forests where they go to collect fuel and fodder. Repeated requests to the authorities to kill the man-eater ...
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