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Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Haryana to assess damage caused to crops
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda ordered special "girdawari" in the entire State on Tuesday to assess the damage caused to standing crops due to hailstorm and flooding of areas. Reviewing the situation at a meeting ...
Congress plans rally in Chautala turf
Celebrating Hooda's two years in office
"Fractured mandate forces coalition"
Jharkhand has seen five coalition governments of alignment and realignment
Villagers make a beeline for polling booths in Ganjam
Election date coincides with Sankranti festival in the district
Three policemen hurt in naxal firing
55 pc polling in first phase panchayat election
Centre to set up six schools of drama
`They will be developed as centres of excellence'
Aurobindo Centre celebrates silver jubilee
KORAPUT: : Sri Aurobindo Integral Education Centre of Upper Kolab Nagar celebrated its Silver Jubilee year of establishment today. A teacher's convention of all the integral schools of the region was organised. Prasad Tripathy of Matru ...
Arrest Speaker: State Congress chief
Sequel to EC order for registration of case against him
Celebration time for Karapalli villagers
They are taken out of Chamakhandi panchayat, 6 km away, and included in Laxmipur
Good tidings for aspiring actors
State's first acting school to be launched in March
Government to open NRI cell in Industries Department
To enable NRIs to participate in industrial development of Puducherry
JIPMER entrance examination for MBBS
PUDUCHERRY: The Jawaharlal Institute of Post-graduate Medical Education and Research in Puducherry has scheduled to hold entrance examination on May 27 for selection of students to the first-year MBBS course (2007-2008). Dean of the JIPMER, Dr ...
Steps to increase export of handmade paper
KVIC for technology upgradation
Experts see textbooks promoting `half-truths'
Centre urged to stop funding Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in Rajasthan
Guardians demand cheating be allowed
Police fire in air to quell violent mob
Rajasthan to focus on water conservation
Water harvesting structures to be built on priority
Free eye check-up camp a big hit
Over 2,700 patients screened in remote U.P. village
Wanted criminal shot dead
LUCKNOW: A notorious criminal Suraj Singh, wanted in the killing of two policemen recently, was shot dead by a special task force of Uttar Pradesh police on the outskirts of here. Acting on a tip-off, the police team intercepted Singh, who opened ...
France offers help in water management
CHANDIGARH: France has offered assistance to Haryana in water management, especially in new cities coming up in the State, and also in hotel management. The offer was made to Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda by a French Government ...
Farmers happy; parties upset
DEHRA DUN: Incessant rain and snow in the higher reaches of the hills including Mussoorie, Dhanaulti, Munsyari and Naini Tal has been widely welcomed by farmers and all roads seem to be heading to these destinations as tourists rush to have a ...
Opposition Leader faces stiff challenge
RUDRAPRAYAG: This remote Uttarakhand Assembly constituency is witnessing a battle among four law graduates. Leader of Opposition and BJP nominee Matwar Singh Kandari faces stiff competition from Virendra Singh Butola, a seasoned Zila Panchayat ...
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