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Thursday, May 10, 2007
BJP announces candidates for Goa Assembly polls
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has declared its list of 32 candidates for the upcoming Goa Assembly elections. It has also announced that former Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal will be its candidate for the Hamirpur Lok ...
Jammu & Kashmir
J&K takes steps towards e-governance
SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir Government has begun an ambitious journey towards e-governance with the re-opening of its offices here in the State's summer capital for the next six months. Besides the General Administration Department taking the ...
Five killed in accident
JAMTARA: At least five persons were killed and 25 injured when a bus carrying a marriage party fell into a dry river near Jamtara town in Jharkhand. Jamtara SP Hemant Toppo said that the bus fell on the sands of Ajay river and efforts were on ...
Irregularities in law exam alleged
BHOPAL: Separate complaints have been filed with the Chief Justice of the Madhya Pradesh High Court alleging irregularities in management and administration of the entrance examination for the prestigious National Law Institute University at ...
Water management plan must for new firms
Balanced utilisation of water for irrigation, industrial needs highlighted
Maoists gun down forester in Saragada
Extremists torch beat house too
Take a dip at your own peril
BERHAMPUR: Few can withstand the desire to splash in the cool waters of a pond in summer. But medical experts say it will be a dip into cauldron of diseases if one dares it in Berhampur. This city boasts of having more than 20 large tanks and ...
CPI(M-L) flays Puducherry councillors, chairperson
"They have brought disrepute to council"
Ensure textile mill workers get pension: PMK
Party leader Ramadoss writes to Oscar Fernandes
Power shutdown in Puducherry areas
PUDUCHERRY: There will be suspension of power supply to all categories of consumers for two hours from 9.30 a.m. on Thursday (May 10) in the following areas on account of maintenance works to be taken up at the Kurumbapet sub station: ...
Tributes paid to Seva Dal founder
PUDUCHERRY: President of Puducherry Pradesh Congress Committee and former Chief Minister P. Shanmugham paid tribute to Seva Dal founder N.S. Hardikar at his 119th birth anniversary celebrations at the party office here recently. Chief ...
Journalists union flays violence
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry Journalists Union on Wednesday condemned the violent attack on the office of the Tamil newspaper Dinakaran in Madurai and killing of two employees by an unruly mob, which set fire to the office. In a release, ...
Plan to improve science education in Rajasthan
Aim to meet demand for a large number of technical experts
Sarcasm at its best keeps audience spellbound
JAIPUR: Need a hearty laugh? Here is a new book that will make the readers chuckle over its sarcasm on everything one accepts as the normal order of society such as corruption, hypocrisy, deception, dishonesty, snobbery and class hierarchy. The ...
Rajnath predicts hung UP Assembly
Chances of NDA forming Government bright: BJP
Bureaucrats switch sides as exit polls predict BSP lead
Focus on the many multi-crore projects started by Mayawati
`Impose President's Rule in U.P.'
VARANASI: Firebrand BJP Member of Parliament Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday suggested imposition of President's Rule in Uttar Pradesh in order to stop horse-trading of elected MLAs by political parties for government-formation in the event of a ...
Repolling at 8 booths ordered
LUCKNOW: The Election Commission has ordered repolling at eight booths in four districts of Uttar Pradesh, where polling for the seventh phase was held on Tuesday. Repolling was ordered in one booth each in Sohawal, Luxmipur, Mubarakpur, ...
Jawan held for assaulting woman
MAHARAJGANJ: A Central Reserve Police Force jawan has been arrested for allegedly trying to molest a housewife at Mujri village in the Paniara Assembly constituency in Maharajganj district late on Monday night. According to the police, the ...
Two turn hostile in Madhumita case
DEHRA DUN: Two witnesses in poetess Madhumita Shukla murder case on Wednesday turned hostile, giving a setback to the CBI, the prosecution. Appearing before District and Sessions Judge V. B. Roy, Neelam Kashyap and Ravindra Sharma, both poets ...
West Bengal to promote tea tourism
To encourage private garden owners to develop cottages
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