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Friday, May 04, 2007
Judge refuses to hear plea against Modi
AHMEDABAD: A judge in the Gujarat High Court has refused to entertain a petition against Chief Minister Narendra Modi and 62 others, including some Ministers, seeking a direction for filing an FIR and ordering a CBI inquiry into some ...
Haryana plan to boost power output
Several thermal plants to come up
Haryana to form new SHGs
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has decided to formulate 100 new Self Help Groups (SHGs) in the rural areas to make the poor people living in rural areas self-reliant, Minister of State for Cooperation Meena Mandal said here on Thursday. She ...
Work on country's longest road tunnel to begin next year
The 8.802 km long Rohtang Tunnel is being designed to carry traffic load at 80 kmph
Nine killed in another mishap
SHIMLA: After the major bus accident at Kotkhai in upper Shimla district on Wednesday in which 22 people were killed, there was another jeep accident in the State on Thursday in which all nine occupants were killed on the spot as the vehicle ...
M.P. exceeds key sector targets
Good performance in areas of road, power
`Another case of fake encounter killing'
Shamima Raza seeks reopening of probe into the killing of her 19-year-old daughter
45-foot whale washed ashore
Second one to have drifted to the shore in two months in Ganjam district
Villagers stage road blockade, disrupt traffic on Cuddalore road
People of Manaveli protest against assault on villager
Attack on preacher: panel dismayed over situation
`BJP fora leading hate campaign against Christians'
Honda Siel plant to come up in Alwar
JAIPUR: Premier car manufacturer Honda Siel Cars India Limited (HSCIL) signed a memorandum of understanding with the Rajasthan Government here on Thursday to set up its second car production plant in India at Alwar at an ...
`Other States cruising, U.P. moving backward'
Youth of State are contributing towards development of other States but are unable to do it for their own: Rahul
Probe ordered into Ramdev's pharmacy
DEHRA DUN: The Uttarakhand Government has begun an inquiry into allegations that yoga guru Baba Ramdev's ayurvedic pharmacy was producing a medicine that helps women deliver male children. The probe follows a directive from the Centre to the ...
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