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Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Opposition boycotts Bihar Assembly
Protest against adoption of censure motion against them
Decentralise power, Virbhadra advised
Suk Ram delivers what could be his "last budget speech"
Jammu & Kashmir
Land owners plan stir in Kashmir
KUPWARA/BARAMULLA: Land owners in north Kashmir, whose orchards and agriculture land has been occupied by security forces since 1990, have threatened a State-wide agitation. They will go ahead with the stir if the State and Central ...
GGP tilted the balance against BJP, says Chauhan
Party loses Sidhi Lok Sabha by-election by a narrow margin "At times the election outcome comes as an eye-opener"
Congress, NCP leading in Maharashtra polls
Final results of the Zilla parishad and panchayat samiti elections by Tuesday
BJD wins 15 ZP seats
Congress finishes second with 11 seats
Shaping a temple using ancient architecture
`Rekha'-style structure coming up at Tara Tarini hill shrine
NGOs brought under RTI Act
NGOs have to designate a public information officer, appellate authority
A `penance' to fulfil mother's wish
BERHAMPUR: This `Sravan Kumar' of the 21 century is carrying his visually challenged mother on his shoulders on a `Char Dham' yatra by foot. Kailash Giri of Hinota village of Jabalpur district in Madhya Pradesh is on his way to Puri with his ...
Woman constable's murder case takes a turn
Several organisations join hands seeking CBI probe
Tsunami-hit fishermen stage road roko
Demand houses for 1,300 families in affected villages
Latest gadgets for General Hospital
Health awareness workshop for councillors held
Seminar to mark birth centenary of Pudhumaipithan
PUDUCHERRY: The Subramania Bharathiar School of Tamil Literature and Studies at Pondicherry University and the New Century Book House (NCBH), Chennai, are jointly organising a two-day seminar to mark the renowned writer Pudhumaipithan's birth ...
Police firing near Bharatpur town
Farmers block national highway demanding compensation
Congress complains to Central Tribal Commission
JAIPUR: The Congress has complained to the Central Tribal Commission about "discriminatory" treatment being meted out by the BJP-led Government in Rajasthan to tribals in providing relief. While the families of the victims of police firing ...
Lightning claims 28 lives in U.P.
LUCKNOW: At least 28 people were killed and over two dozen sustained burn injuries due to lightning in various parts of Uttar Pradesh, official sources said on Tuesday. Four persons each were killed in Varanasi and Ballia, three in Basti and two ...
Khanduri Government aims at zero deficit
Through financial discipline and optimum use of State resources
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