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Tuesday, February 27, 2007
`Sirsa sops amount to 4,000 crores'
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said here on Monday that the Government decisions announced by him at the Nav Yug rally in Sirsa on Sunday would benefit the people to the tune of over Rs. 4,000 crore. Addressing a press ...
No political interference, says Jharkhand top cop
"People should give information about crime to the police"
Entry tax on many items up in M.P.
A budgetary deficit of Rs. 236.64 cr. along with revenue account surplus of Rs.2006.73 crore
Paradise-07: an effective stress-buster for medicos
More than 750 students of four medical colleges taking part
7 killed, 35 injured as bus falls off ghat road
Bus rolled thrice before hitting ground, say eye-witnesses
Publicise schemes, says Rangasamy
Benefits are not reaching villagers, he says
Railway budget termed `growth-oriented'
PUDUCHERRY: : Pattali Makkal Katchi Parliamentary party leader M Ramadoss has complimented the Union Railway Minister Lalu Prasad for presenting a `growth oriented' railway budget in Parliament for 2007-2008 on Monday. Mr Ramadoss said in a ...
LAW & ORDER
A question mark over police efficiency in Union Territory
The large number of unsolved house break-ins and vehicle thefts underscore the need for a separate crime detection wing, says Rajesh Nair
Protest against satellite town plan
PUDUCHERRY: Scores of people from Kombakkam, Odiampet, V. Manaveli and other villages near here were detained on Monday when they blocked the road at Arumbathapuram on the busy Puducherry-Villianoor route to protest against the Government's plans ...
Way clear for Punjab Assembly dissolution
Cabinet recommendation sent to Governor for further action
Need to empower girls, women
Punjab Governor calls for drive against female foeticide
Alcohol causing major liver problems
AMRITSAR: An alarming number of people in Punjab's Amritsar district, who consume alcohol on daily basis, are at high risk of contracting liver diseases that can prove fatal, reveals a survey. Lead researcher Dr. M. K. Panda, Gastroenterologist ...
Focus on expansion of agricultural land
JAIPUR: The Director-General of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), Mangla Rai, on Monday called for higher investments in research and development activities to successfully face transformation and new challenges in the ...
Only 13 MLAs disqualified, says U.P. Speaker
LUCKNOW: Setting at rest the speculation about the status of the 24 breakaway BSP MLAs, Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Speaker Mata Prasad Pandey on Monday made it clear that only 13 breakaway BSP MLAs had been disqualified by the Supreme Court and ...
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