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Friday, January 12, 2007
Skeleton of another boy recovered
PATNA: The skeleton of yet another schoolboy, who was kidnapped from Patna in November, was recovered from a forest near Koderma in Jharkhand, sending shockwaves across the State. Senior Superintendent of police Kundan Krishnan told PTI that ...
Haryana to get Rs. 451-crore grant
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said on Thursday that the 12th Finance Commission had recommended a grant of Rs.451.52 crores for the State. Addressing a gathering after launching the programme of repair of roads at ...
Incentives for export of farm output
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said on Thursday that the State Agriculture Marketing Board had launched an Export Facilitation Scheme to provide incentives to farmers for exporting their agricultural and horticultural ...
Profile of VIP seats may change
Himachal Pradesh notifies completion of delimitation process of constituencies
CBI Director apologises
For transferring IO without obtaining its permission
No repeal of Armed Forces Act: Defence Minister
`But we are not against changes to make it more humane'
BJD, BJP fail to break deadlock
To contest separately
Send children to Sainik schools, Union Minister asks parents
Minister offers wreathe at Martyrs Memorial
Bitihotra case: Rajasthan team likely to come
CUTTACK: With the Rajasthan Government filing an FIR against B.B. Mahanty, an officer of the rank of DGP in Orissa, allegedly for not honouring the surety bond of Rs. 50,000 furnished by him to take his son Bitihotra on parole, a team of police ...
BMC move to discipline motorists
`No parking' zones to be earmarked soon
Time to go on shopping spree
BHUBANESWAR: The ongoing Ekamra Utsav has added a feather to its cap this year by including a shopping festival. The 15-day multi-cultural extravaganza that aims at promoting the State Capital as a favourite tourists' destination, has eight ...
Dharna staged demanding jobs
KORAPUT: Some 600 youths who underwent training in the TTS managed by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) staged a demonstration demanding jobs in HAL at township at Sunabeda on Thursday . Most of the youths, who passed out of the institute 15 ...
Policemen stage flag march to restore calm
BERHAMPUR: Armed policemen held a flag march at Phulta village on the suburb of the city on Wednesday night to suppress tension at the village. According to Berhampur Superintendent of Police Dayal Gangwar, flag march was conducted to restore ...
MoU signed between Centre, Puducherry
It will facilitate devolution of powers to civic bodies
UNDP funds for training civic bodies: Aiyar
Puducherry will get good chunk
Congress defeat in Mayor election a big shock
Nominee of Shiromani Akali Dal-BJP combine bags the post
Give wasteland to farmers: Congress
Party sees move to "usurp" public land
Rajasthan Government to salvage properties in disuse
Rs. 34 cr. released under District Poverty Initiative Project
Two more RLD leaders quit Govt.
LUCKNOW: Two more Rastriya Lok Dal leaders enjoying the status of State Ministers on Thursday resigned from the Uttar Pradesh Government. Chairman, UP Export Commission and RLD state president Ram Asrey Verma and chairman Labour Welfare Council ...
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