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Sunday, January 28, 2007
Bihar legislators to walk the ramp
Show to be organised on January 30
Corporal punishment banned in H.P.
SHIMLA: Corporal punishment in any form has been banned in all private educational institutions across the hill State, said a spokesman of the Himachal Government's Department of Elementary Education here on Saturday. He said the head of ...
Yoga guru conferred honorary doctorate
`Healing formula' sure to get Indian a Nobel, says Baba Ramdev
Human space mission will take time: official
Ramasami for a time-bound programme to reach the goal instead of competing with other countries
Nanotech set to revolutionise pharmaceutical sector
Experts delve into breakthroughs in this sphere
Oriya classics in SPAROW film fest
BHUBANESWAR: Oriya classics Klanta Aparanha (Tired Afternoon) by acclaimed filmmaker Manmohan Mahapatra and Ahalya (The Words of Silence) by Bijoy Ketan Mishra have been included in the ongoing `One River, Many Streams' feminist ...
BPUT to set up five centres of excellence
BERHAMPUR: Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT) will establish five centres of excellence for advance research in science and technology in Orissa. Speaking to newsmen during his visit to the city on Saturday, Vice-Chancellor Omkarnath ...
Tribals agree to come for talks
Renovated Bharathi Park has much to offer
Modelled on French gardens, it has several recreation facilities for children
Plan to connect villages
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government is formulating a State transport master plan for connecting remote villages with the transport network. The new master plan is expected to be ready for implementation by June 30 this year. Chief Minister ...
`9/11 attack was stage-managed'
JAIPUR: Azadi Bachao Andolan on Saturday joined the Lone Lantern Society of the U.S. in challenging the theory of terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York in 2001 and claimed that the U.S. Government itself had attacked the twin ...
Indefinite curfew in Gorakhpur areas
One killed, several reportedly injured in a group clash
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