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Thursday, April 19, 2007
Judge unwell, Badal case adjourned till April 28
ROPAR: The Rs 78-crore disproportionate assets case against Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, his son and wife and some others was on Wednesday adjourned to April 28 as the special court was not in session in view of the judge's ill ...
`Redress public grievances fast'
CHANDIGARH: Emphasising the need to make municipal governance more responsive, accountable and transparent, Punjab Governor and Chandigarh Administrator S.F. Rodrigues on Wednesday urged the city Mayor Harjinder Kaur and Municipal Councillors to ...
Swaminathan to open seminar on farming in rain-fed areas
JAIPUR: Eminent agricultural experts are expected to evolve a workable approach to rejuvenate agriculture in rain-fed areas at a two-day national seminar on "Rain-fed agriculture in India: Perspective and issues in the changing economic ...
Vasundhara Raje to get UN award
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhar Raje will be honoured with the United Nations' Women Together award 2007 for her role in the promotion of handlooms like Kotadoria, Talchapar and Khadi. Raje will receive the award at the UN ...
Private sector should invest in farming: Raje
`To help promote modern practices in agriculture'
Mulayam heading for defeat: Jaiswal
`Samajwadi Party should worry about its future'
Condition of Muslims worse than Dalits': Heptullah
`Sachar report has exposed the real face of secularism'
Beni Prasad has no existence, says Rajnath
FAIZABAD: The BJP on Wednesday said the breakaway faction of the Samajwadi Party led by Beni Prasad Verma has no political existence. ``Beni Prasad Verma has neither any political existence nor followers,'' BJP president Rajnath Singh told ...
Rioting charges against two ex-ministers
MUZAFFARNAGAR: : Charges of rioting were on Wednesday framed against three persons, including two former Uttar Pradesh Ministers, for allegedly attacking a police station here in 1995 and forcibly freeing an accused. District and Sessions ...
Amarmani to contest from Maharajganj
DEHRADUN: Prime accused in the Madhumita Shukla murder case and the former Uttar Pradesh minister Amarmani Tripathi will file his nomination for the State Assembly polls from Maharajanj on a Samajwadi Party ticket. SC ...
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