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Monday, February 19, 2007
Nitish taking legal help to trap me, says Lalu
Reported move to challenge his acquittal in the assets case
Study on environment in State paints gloomy picture
State Government in process of submitting objections to the report
Students interact with prisoners
It's a part of project work for their psychology degree course
5 hurt in clash
BHUBANESWAR: Five persons were seriously injured when two political groups clashed at Jagulaipadar village in Puri district in connection with the Zilla Parishad elections on Sunday morning. Several others were said to have sustained minor ...
Spreading the message of oneness
BERHAMPUR: Far away from Punjab, families of the Nirankari sect of Sikhism live in large numbers Ganjam district. It may sound astonishing but these Oriya and Telugu families from rural areas have no family links with Punjab. Nirankari sect has ...
Six-year-old boy battling for life
Sustains burns after coming in contact with electric wire
Onion price rise worries BJD-BJP
Government initiates steps to keep the rate under check
A wait for mass nesting of turtles
BERHAMPUR: Mother nature is yet to make the Rushikulya river mouth coast in Ganjam district conducive for the nesting of Olive Ridley turtles. This coast line, which boasts of witnessing a rare phenomenon of two nesting seasons of these ...
Orissa artists get international recognition
Delihi-based art gallery to hold workshop in State
Students 'must enrich competence'
"21st century only for capable professionals"
Guidelines on appointment of nominated MLAs sought
AIADMK leader writes to Abdul Kalam seeking directives
Milk vendors' plea to Chief Minister
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry Private Milk Producers and Vendors Welfare Association has called upon the Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, to ensure that those selling milk on mobile units, (cycles or other vehicles) delivering milk at door-steps, ...
Rajasthan Minister regrets comment about Gandhiji
JAIPUR: : Rajasthan Social Welfare Minister Madan Dilwar, who allegedly questioned the status of Father of the Nation for Mahatma Gandhi, has expressed regret and blamed the media for "twisting" his statement and misrepresenting facts. Mr. ...
Nithari: Ghaziabad DSP suspended
GHAZIABAD: Heads continue to roll in connection with the attack on the Nithari serial killings accused, Moninder Singh and his servant Surinder Koli, with the Uttar Pradesh Government suspending the Ghaziabad Deputy Superintendent of Police for ...
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