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Bihar
Submit ATR by May 24: High Court
PATNA: The Patna High Court on Friday directed Bihar Government to complete the pending investigation into 31 cases against tainted police officials and submit the Action Taken Report (ATR) on May 24. A division bench comprising Chief Justice ...

Haryana
Workshop inaugurated
CHANDIGARH: Chandigarh Mayor Harjinder Kaur on Friday inaugurated a Workshop on "Preparation of Detailed Progress Reports under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission" here. The one-day workshop is being organised by Ministry of ...

Call for collaboration to boost tourism
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Minister of State for Forests and Tourism Kiran Choudhry on Friday emphasized formulation of marketing strategies in collaboration with the private sector to boost tourism in the State. Talking to media persons after her ...

Madhya Pradesh
M.P. Budget passed
Nod for Bill to include "Nayi" community in SC list

Orissa
Government comes under fire
Adjournment motion tabled on rural electrification

Scripting a success story
Rama Sadany turns passion into profession

Student's murder triggers protest
BHUBANESWAR:

Maoists' threat to policemen, leaders
BHUBANESWAR: Communist Party of India (Maoist), naxalite group, has allegedly threatened to kill police and political leaders in protest of intensification of police operation in Rayagada and Malkanagiri districts of Orissa. In a two-page ...

Maneka warns State against growing poaching of animals
National-level workshop held on animal laws, management and welfare

`Rare devotee' to visit shrine
"The Maharani's visit would be organised according to the rule book for the Temple"

For the love of plants
Paindi Jani's little farm has all varieties - flowers, vegetables and fruit-bearing saplings

Buddha Nagar residents picket Naveen's house
BHUBANESWAR: Demanding rehabilitation before eviction, hundreds of slum dwellers of Buddha Nagar area in the city staged a dharna at residence of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik in early Friday morning and refused to withdraw their agitation till ...

Homage to Bhagat Singh
BERHAMPUR: DYFI and SFI activists observedthe 76th martyrdom day of Saheed Bhagat Singh at the Saheed Laxman Nayak community hall of the city on Friday. A blood donation camp was organised on the occasion. Retired principal of the MKCG Medical ...

Nandigram: Lok Sangram Manch activists take out rally
BERHAMPUR: Activists of the tribal organisation, Lok Sangram Manch took out a rally in the city on Friday afternoon in protest against the killings at Nandigram in West Bengal. They burnt an effigy of West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadev ...

Succour from `sacred' salt
Tribals are finally substituting `traditional' salt with iodised variety

Puducherry
Anti-port protest to go on
Thengaithittu residents reject Chief Minister's assurances

Simplify loan procedures, Rangasamy tells banks
Dena Bank's Puducherry branch opened

Sex workers need livelihood support, says study
They also need night shelters for children, de-addiction centres

Punjab
Amarinder weakened Congress: Bitta
CHANDIGARH: Launching a scathing attack on Amarinder Singh, All India Anti Terrorist Front chairman M.S. Bitta on Friday alleged that former Punjab CM had ``weakened'' Congress by ``harbouring'' people with militant ideology during his tenure. ...

Rajasthan
Walkout in Rajasthan House over relief issue
Package for hailstorm-hit farmers inadequate: Opposition

Raje Govt. faces embarrassment
Ruling party members charge Minister of laxity

Salman's car intercepted
JODHPUR: Film star Salman Khan landed himself in yet another controversy when police intercepted his vehicle here on Friday morning for over speeding and slapped a case against the driver. A case was registered under the Motor Vehicles Act ...

Uttar Pradesh
Electioneering gathers momentum in U.P. areas
Tight security arrangements in place: Police

Amitabh posters, hoardings removed
PRATAPGARH: Posters and hoardings featuring Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan that highlight the law-and-order situation in Uttar Pradesh and the polio immunisation programme are being removed here on the directions of the Election Commission. ...




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