Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Thursday, May 17, 2007
Mangoes from M.P. to lure American buyers
The State is India's transport, logistic hub: Chauhan
Fresh entrance exam for Bhopal law institute on May 29
BHOPAL: Following allegations of leakage of questions and a public interest litigation (PIL) filed in the Madhya Pradesh High Court last week to call off the entrance examination for the prestigious National Law Institute University here, the ...
Showing spiritual path to prisoners
`Savitri vrat' performed for married women convicts
`Patto' weavers in for better days
Centre mulls project to keep craftsmanship alive
Ready for talks on any project: Naveen
`Our aim is betterment of poorer sections'
Border dispute: House panel to meet villagers
BHUBANESWAR: A House Committee of Orissa Legislative Assembly headed by Speaker Maheswar Mohanty will visit Andhra Pradesh on June 12 to take up the border dispute with the Andhra Pradesh Government. The House Committee, which was constituted ...
Construction activity in full swing at Gopalpur port
Locals prevent temple demolition
HC gives temple trustees one month to remove unauthorised structures
Chief Secretary 's assurance to PAC
BHUBANESWAR: Chief Secretary Ajit Kumar Tripathy, who was at receiving end for not being able to be present before Public Accounts Committee (PAC) despite latter's summon, on Wednesday assured that sincere efforts would be made to submit Action ...
Cameras to keep an eye on MLAs
BHUBANESWAR: Perturbed by absence of legislators during important discussions, Orissa Legislative Assembly (OLA) is contemplating installing cameras inside the House to keep tab on movement of MLAs. "We are trying to install cameras inside the ...
Congress seeks probe against IPS officer
BHUBANESWAR: After the alleged nexus between a senior IPS officer and criminals hailing from Bihar hugged headlines of vernacular medium over a week here, the State Congress on Wednesday demanded a CBI inquiry into the issue. "Media is ...
Municipality to computerise birth and death entries
Oulgaret to contract French firm to execute work
Rangasamy to attend NDC meeting
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister N. Rangasamy told The Hindu here on Tuesday that he would participate in the National Development Council (NDC) meeting in New Delhi on May 29. He said that he would make elaborate projection of the ...
Government school gets cash award for 100% results
Felicitation function on June 1
State Governments lack powers, says Narayanasamy
Showing the way to girls
JAIPUR: A month-long road show of UNICEF, organised as part of the "Girl Stars'' project in four districts of Rajasthan, is highlighting the significance of education among girls belonging to marginalised communities in remote areas and creating ...
Panel to monitor computer education in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has appointed a high-level committee to monitor implementation of computer education in the State's secondary and senior secondary schools. The committee, headed by State Principal Secretary (School and Sanskrit ...
Mayawati's right hand man Mishra joins Cabinet
Sukhdev Rajbhar likely to be new Speaker
O.P. Singh is BJP leader in House
High Court issues notice to former Minister
Show-cause to petitioner Mehmood-ul-Zafar Rehmani stayed
"Only 25 passports legible"
GHAZIABAD: A day after the recovery of hundreds of passports from near a canal in this district, police on Wednesday said only a few of them were legible while the rest did not have any pages. The police yesterday exhumed about 1,000 passports ...
Mulayam quits Gunnaur seat
LUCKNOW: Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday resigned from the Gunnaur Assembly seat in Budaun district.Mr. Yadav, who was elected from Bharthana and Gunnaur Assembly seats, would retain the previous one in Etawah ...
Fire in Lucknow Shatabdi
KANPUR: A major fire in Delhi-Lucknow Shatabdi Express was averted at Kanpur central station here on Wednesday, Government Railway Police sources said. A departmental probe has been ordered into the incident. PTI ...
21 more officers shifted
LUCKNOW: Continuing the transfer of officials after assuming power, the Mayawati Government o Wednesday shifted 21 IAS officers including several Divisional Commissioners and District Magistrates. Divisional Commissioner of Saharanpur Avinash ...
Read Today's supplements: Metro Plus | Sci Tech |
Send: Comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Letters to the Editor to: email@example.com with full postal address
News: ePaper | Front Page | National | Tamil Nadu | Andhra Pradesh | Karnataka | Kerala | New Delhi | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Today's Headlines | Features: Magazine | Literary Review | Metro Plus | Open Page | Education Plus | Book Review | Business | SciTech | Friday Review | Young World | Property Plus | Quest |
Advts: Classifieds | Jobs | Updates: Breaking News |
The Hindu Group:
Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Copyright © 2007, The Hindu. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu