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Monday, June 18, 2007
MoU on power
PATNA: The Bihar State Electricity Board has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Vikash Metal and Power Limited for investment in the private power sector ...
Govt. gearing up to tackle floods
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana government is gearing up its machinery to tackle possible floods with the monsoon just around the corner. A central flood control room would start round-the-clock work at Sinchai Bhawan in Panchkula from July 1 to ...
New opposition leader
Dhumal resigns from Assembly after winning Lok Sabha seat
Road blockade against alumina refinery begins
Kalahandi agitators arrested; trial production `not affected'
Congress Ministry in Puducherry expanded
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry Congress Ministry was expanded on Sunday with the induction of M. M. Kandasamy (Congress). Lt. Governor Mukut Mithi administered the oath of office and secrecy to him at a brief swearing-in ceremony at the Raj Nivas ...
Third front will not serve any purpose: AICC Secretary
There should be a consensus to elect Pratibha Patil, says Sudhakar Reddy
Badal announces development plan for border districts
PATHANKOT: Unveiling a Rs 126-crore plan for the border districts of Punjab, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Sunday announced an integrated programme for their development. ``The Government has chalked out an integrated plan for border ...
A "cooling chamber" at Sanganer international airport
JAIPUR: A "cooling chamber" for keeping fruits and vegetables fresh and clean before their export has started functioning at Sanganer international airport here. The chamber with a capacity of 10 metric tonnes has been constructed at a cost of ...
Govt. reconstitutes public works department
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has reconstituted the Public Works Department (PWD) for better monitoring of execution of public construction works by establishing nine new circles across the State and a new zone in Bharatpur to be headed by an ...
Drinking water scheme for slums launched
JAIPUR: The Akshaya Patra Foundation, which runs the free mid-day meal programme for school children in four States including Rajasthan, has started a drinking water supply scheme for the slum clusters in Jaipur City. The scheme, named "Akshaya ...
Rains continue to lash North
CHANDIGARH: Moderate to heavy rains continued to lash most parts North India bringing down temperatures considerably on Sunday. Hisar in Haryana, where residents faced a torrid time due to intense heat until a few days back, received 50.1 mm of ...
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