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Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Jammu & Kashmir
Health survey of Pandit migrants
JAMMU: The Jammu and Kashmir Health Minister Mangat Ram Sharma on Tuesday asked doctors to prepare a detailed report after conducting health survey of Kashmiri migrants, including women and children. Immediate action will be taken regarding ...
Langoor's wild run ends, at last
Veterinary experts from Nandankanan captures it
Rain cools the hottest day in capital city
Season's highest temperature of 40.5 degree Celsius recorded
Port project: Government to seek NEERI's services
It will go into environmental issues
Heat wave continues
CHANDIGARH: Heat wave conditions continued to prevail in the States of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh on Tuesday with Hisar recording a maximum temperature of 41.5 degrees Celsius, according to a Met official here. ...
Many held for bid to occupy church property
JAIPUR: More than a dozen persons, including local leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party were arrested in Ajmer for allegedly trying to encroach upon the property of the Church of North India (CNI). The police acted on a complaint filed on behalf ...
New plants planned for waste disposal
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government plans to establish compost plants in the areas covered by 17 urban local bodies across the State for an efficient disposal of solid waste and saving energy, besides manufacturing biofertilisers for farmers. ...
Concern over corporate control over resources
JAIPUR: The Food, Trade and Nutrition Coalition (FTN-Asia) on Tuesday called upon the Centre to address the issue of changing climate with the increasing corporate control of natural resources adversely affecting people's access to traditional ...
Assembly adjourned amid unrelenting SP protest
Deletion of adverse remarks in Governor's address sought
`Amarmani was father of Madhumita's unborn baby'
DEHRA DUN: The elder sister of slain poetess Madhumita Shukla on Tuesday told a court here that former Uttar Pradesh minister Amarmani Tripathi, a key accused in the murder, was the father of the unborn baby of her sister. Appearing before ...
Man sucked in by copter
DEHRA DUN: A 23-year-old employee of a private aviation company was killed when he got sucked in by the blades of a helicopter as it was taking off the Kedarnath helipad around 9.30 am on Tuesday. "The chopper was on a Pata-Kedarnath flight and ...
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