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Tuesday, January 09, 2007
Court: report on abducted Bihar children
PATNA: The Patna High Court on Monday directed the Bihar Government to trace 143 children kidnapped over the years and report within six weeks. A Division Bench comprising Chief Justice J.N. Bhatt and Justice Shailesh Kumar Sinha also asked it ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Baglihar project likely by December
Work on second phase on: Sinha
Low turn-out at polio booths
BHOPAL: Even after the detection of three polio cases in Madhya Pradesh last year, the first Polio Sunday of The New Year was a low-key affair here in the State Capital and adjoining areas. Very few NGOs were visible lending support to the ...
BJD, BJP fail to finalise accord
Agree on seat-sharing only in six districts
BHUBANESWAR: The State Election Commission has appointed 33 Expenditure Observers to oversee the polls expenses of the candidates who would contest for the posts of Zilla Parishad Members, Sarpanches and Panchayat Samiti Members in the coming ...
Unique management course for HIV-affected youth launched
Governor inaugurates first induction programme
Protest against Nandigram violence
BHUBANESWAR: Activists of Communist Party f India (M-L) on Monday burnt effigies of CPI(M), Salim Group of Indonesia and SEZ at Jayadev Vihar protesting violence at Nandigram in West Bengal over land acquisition. Raising slogans against West ...
KORAPUT: Republic Day celebration committee met here on Monday to discuss arrangements for Republic Day. Mrinalini Darswal, PA of ITDA, presided over the ...
Six arrested on charge of lifting of motorcycles
BHUBANESWAR: City police on Monday claimed to have busted a six-member gang involved in lifting bikes and recovered 21 stolen motorcycles. Addressing an informal press conference here, Khurda Superintendent of Police Amitabh Thakur said, "the ...
Villagers stage dharna
BERHAMPUR: The villagers of Karapalli under Chatrapur block staged a dharna and started indefinite hunger strike in front of the office of the Ganjam district Collector at Chatrapur on Monday. Around 800 villagers, including women, participated ...
NALCO Damanjodi refinery joins big league
27th foundation day celebrated
Missing boy traced
CUTTACK: Sourav Bhagat, a class IX student, who was reported missing from the city on January 2 has been traced in Mumbai. Son of a Bihar-based businessman, Sourav was now in the custody of general railway police (GRP) at Bombay VT and would be ...
Classes resume at Berhampur University
Thin attendence reported on first day
SEO robbed at gunpoint
Two-wheeler used by accused seized
Workshop for tribal youths held
BERHAMPUR: To save the tribals from the corrupt practices during coming panchayat polls, a workshop for tribal youths was organised at Paralakhemundi in Gajapati district on Monday by the organisation, Mahila Vikas Samity. Sub-divisional ...
Two policemen injured in landmine blast
KORAPUT: Two policemen, including OIC of Motu police station Niranjan Patta, were seriously injured in a landmine blast near MPV-57 village under Motu panchayat of Malkangiri district on Sunday evening. They were going to Motu from MV-79 village ...
AIADMK volunteers held for attempt to lay siege to Assembly
They sought implementation of assurances given in the Budget in last July
Centre concedes Government plea
FCI at Sirkali to procure Karaikal paddy
PUDUCHERRY: The three-day eighth annual flower, vegetable and fruit exhibition, conducted by the Department of Agriculture in Yanam concluded on Monday. Deputy Director of Agriculture in Yanam V. Lakshmanacharyulu told The Hindu that ...
Yanam will be modelled on Singapore: Rangasamy
Yanam getting a lion's share out of Rs.1,410-crore budget
Clear stand on history project, Gehlot tells Vasundhara
JAIPUR: Congress general secretary Ashok Gehlot has asked Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje to make clear her stand on the controversial history project initiated by Education Minister Ghanshyam Tiwari. "Rewriting history cannot be any ...
State-level R-Day function at Kota
JAIPUR: : The State-level Republic Day function in Rajasthan will be organised for the first time in Kota this year. A number of projects will be launched in the city to mark the occasion, while the Republic Day parade will showcase the desert ...
Research should be encouraged: Governor
JAIPUR: The diamond jubilee celebrations of Rajasthan University started here on Monday with the Governor, Pratibha Patil, laying the foundation stone for a Centre for Converging Technologies on the campus. Ms. Patil called for evolving a ...
Families of Noida victims given land
Sonia, Vajpayee playing politics over dead bodies, says Amar Singh
Stone Nithari killers to death: Qureshi
Mulayam Singh should have resigned, says V P Singh
Accept demands first, pact later: small parties
Congress stand irks them
Four expelled LU students surrender
LUCKNOW: Four more expelled students of the Lucknow University, facing criminal charges in the wake of violence on the campus last month, surrendered before police on Monday. Former union general secretary Vinod Tripathi Ram Singh, Vijay Kumar ...
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