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Tuesday, March 13, 2007
Gogoi presents Rs. 2,836 cr.-deficit budget for Assam
Revenue collection target fixed at Rs. 3,600 crore; sops announced for tea industry
Congress in a quandary over continuation of Churchill Alemao
His resignation can adversely affect its chances in the coming Assembly polls
Farmers will be compensated, says Hooda
INLD stages walk-out in Haryana Assembly
Uproar in M.P. Assembly over renaming of school
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Assembly witnessed uproar on Monday after a Congress legislator tore question-answer booklet protesting a proposal to accord the name of an individual to a Government school in Bhind district. Unsatisfied by ...
Block chief supporters stage road blockade
Police pick up Jena for questioning
Actor Prashanta new BJP vice-president
State party president constitutes new executive
Foreign tourists making a fast buck on heritage sites
Video clippings now available on Net on payment
Case against Minister dropped
The court dropped the case against the Minister giving him protection under criminal procedure code
Villagers protest against curbs on access to forest resources
BHUBANESWAR: A group of 500 villagers residing inside the Badrama Wildlife Sanctuary in Sambalpur district took to the streets on Monday demanding better access to natural resources. The inhabitants of remote villages submitted a memorandum to ...
Budget session of Assembly on March 27
PUDUCHERRY: Official sources told The Hindu here on Monday that Lt Governor Mukut Mithi will make his customary address on that day to formally inaugurate the session. This would be third session of the 12th Assembly constituted after ...
Rangasamy concerned over rise in infant mortality
Urges anganwadi staff to focus on nutritional status of women
Jute entrepreneurs service centres set up to help manufacturers
PUDUCHERRY: The Project Manager of National Centre for Jute Diversification (NCJD) of the Union Textiles Ministry, A. K. Khastagir, has said that to encourage and help manufacturers of jute products in different parts of the country, the ...
Heavy rain lashes Punjab, Haryana
CHANDIGARH: Heavy rain lashed most parts of Punjab and Haryana on Monday disrupting normal life and reviving the cold conditions in the region. In Punjab, Amritsar received 7.8 mm of rain. Ludhiana, Patiala, Mukerian, Pathankot, Balachaur, Ropar, ...
Rajasthan to probe release of funds
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government will shortly conduct a probe to fix responsibility for release of funds for the second phase of a project for development of the Saharia tribe without verifying the completion of works in the previous stage, in ...
Rajasthan to organise Jal Chetana Yatra
Repairs canals to ensure water supply
UP poll process begins today but parties yet to finalise strategy
62 Assembly constituencies will go to the polls on April 7
BJP leaders conspired to kill me: Ansari
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh MLA Mukhtar Ansari on Monday alleged that some senior BJP leaders and an IPS officer had hatched a conspiracy to get him killed inside the State Assembly premises by hired killers. As soon as the Assembly started in the ...
UDF to field 200 candidates in U.P. polls
LUCKNOW: The United Democratic Front on Monday said that it will field 200 candidates in the next month's Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. ``We have identified 200 seats and would declare our first list on March 14 for the first phase of ...
H. S. Rawat is Uttarakhand CLP leader
DEHRA DUN: In a surprise decision, Harak Singh Rawat, earlier the prime accused in the Jenny ``unwed mother sex scandal'', was on Monday elected Congress Legislature Party leader in Uttarakhand. The Lansdowne MLA was made CLP leader after a ...
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