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Monday, January 22, 2007
`Good governance tangible in Bihar'
Due to efforts made by us, says Nitish Kumar
Chautala demands CBI probe into killings
CHANDIGARH: Accusing Haryana's ruling Congress of politicising the Nithari serial killings, the State's main opposition Indian National Lok Dal on Sunday demanded a CBI probe into 26 murders allegedly committed by Maxicab gang of nine youths in ...
Tributes paid to Sir Chhotu Ram
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Finance Minister Birender Singh on Sunday exhorted the people in general and the farming community in particular to follow the high ideals and principles prorogated by his late maternal grandfather Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram. ...
INLD men told to campaign for Akali Dal
CHANDIGARH: The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) chief and former Haryana Chief Minister Om Parkash Chautala on Sunday directed his party men to actively campaign for the Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal)-BJP combine candidates in the upcoming Punjab ...
Delimitation proposals inappropriate, says BJP
"Commission not adhering to its own criteria"
Traffic police crack the whip
Special drive to continue till motorists fall in line
Migration of labourers begins
Rush to peak after end of `Phalgun,' the marriage season
Tech varsity takes over IMIT
`Efforts on to turn it into a centre of excellence'
Tickets for Cuttack ODI sold out
Barabati stadium is all set for big event
Private colleges plead for State's assistance
BERHAMPUR: The State Government should not treat private colleges like profit-making institutions, teachers and employees of non-government colleges felt. At the second annual conference of the Ganjam unit of All-Orissa Non-Government College ...
Medicine banks: druggists to extend cooperation
District administration has to provide manpower, identify beneficiaries
Over 3,000 in fray for 854 ZP seats
BHUBANESWAR: A total of 3,597, including 884 independents, have remained in the fray to contest for the 854 ZP seats in the three-tier panchayat polls in Orissa next month. The number of independent candidates has been more than expected as ...
3,000 tonnes of rice for Puducherry
PUDUCHERRY: Agriculture Minister V. Vaithilingam told newsmen here recently that the Union Territory had been earmarked 3,000 tonnes of rice a month by the Food Corporation of India and a major chunk of this allocation was being used to benefit ...
Union seeks measures to provide better service
Union leaders want effective planning by management
ARA: A wanted criminal Lal Babu Yadav was arrested by the district police from Namkum in Ranchi on Sunday. Superintendent of Police Umesh Kumar told PTI that Yadav was involved in the kidnapping of a doctor Radhika Raman Singh at Jagdishpur in ...
Suketu plans new book on the Big Apple
JAIPUR: Celebrity author Suketu Mehta has chosen New York as his next "Maximum"(or is that maxim?) city. The New York-based Mehta, whose first book "Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found" brought him laurels and a nomination for 2005 Pulitzer ...
Maha sammelan of Ananda Margis
ANANDANAGAR (PURULIA): More than 7,000 Ananda Margis from India and abroad took part in the annual three-day Dharma Maha Sammelan of Ananda Marga Pracharak Samgha here recently. Fifteen "revolutionary marriages" -- caste and cash no ...
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