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Monday, January 29, 2007
JD (U) demands Lalu's arrest
For `practising the role of an exorcist at his native Fulwaria village'
Andhra to be theme State at Surajkund Mela
CHANDIGARH: Andhra Pradesh will be the theme State at the 21st annual Surajkund Crafts Mela in Faridabad district from February 1 to 15. Haryana Tourism Minister Kiran Choudhry said on Sunday that the major highlights of this year's fair will ...
Himachal to have ITIs in every Assembly segment
SHIMLA: The Himachal Pradesh government has decided to open an Industrial Training Institute (ITI) in each Assembly segment to equip youths with vocational skills, Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh said on Sunday. The vocational and technical ...
`Art can be a major tool for social transformation'
Oriya literary magazine, Nishan, launched
It's honour for Oriya literature: Prativa Ray
Kadambini Media felicitates the writer
Dalits enter temple at Keredagada
Administration heaves a sigh of relief
Industry sour over delay in projects
They can create thousands of jobs for youth
Government to set up new libraries
60 to be digitalised at Rs. 2 crore cost "Plan is to have one for a population of 1,000 people"
Income tax holiday sought for MSEs
PUDUCHERRY: The Association of Small Industries of the Union Territory of Puducherry (ASIUTOP) has appealed to the Union Finance Minister P. Chidambaram to grant a three-year income tax holiday for all micro and small enterprises (MSEs) and a ...
Cold wave eases in Punjab and Haryana
CHANDIGARH: With cold conditions abating in the plains of the region, the rising trend of temperatures continued for the third consecutive day on Sunday at most places in Punjab and Haryana. Chandigarh recorded a minimum temperature of 11.6 ...
Dissidence in BJP will be sorted out, says Jaitley
"SAD-BJP combine will form the next Govt."
100 companies of armed police for Punjab polls: EC
`Six constituencies have more women voters than male'
Issue of land rights raised at World Social Forum-2007
JAIPUR: A six-member group from Jaipur raised the issues of land rights, agrarian reforms, human rights of Dalits, tribals, slum-dwellers, weaker sections and minorities and participatory governance at the World Social Forum-2007 (WSF) held in ...
Third Front unlikely in Uttarakhand before polls
Majority of parties has decided to contest on their own
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