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Saturday, July 07, 2007
Three-pronged strategy to combat naxalites
Need to tackle poverty and unemployment: Nitish Kumar
Cash, dollars seized
Raids conducted on four premises of an IAS officer
‘Utilise vast fish potential’
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Governor A. R. Kidwai on Friday urged fish experts and those connected with fisheries to utilise the vast fish potential available in the country to improve the economic condition of fishermen. Inaugurating a two-day ...
Cambridge centre at Haryana varsity
CHANDIGARH: The Cambridge University has agreed to declare Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya at Khanpur Kalan in Sonipat district as its sub-centre for certification in English language proficiency, Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder ...
Rocard to leave hospital on Tuesday
Kolkata: The former French Prime Minister Michel Rocard will be discharged from a city hospital on July 10, three days later than the earlier plan, as he complained of minor pain in the left knee, doctors told a press conference here on ...
Rajnath alleges bid to redefine ‘minorities’
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan to lead party in next Assembly election in Madhya Pradesh
Women get token presence in BJP team
Most of the dissenting groups kept out of the new executive committee and office-bearers
Groves’ neglect hits desert life
JAIPUR: Neglect of “Orans”(sacred groves) and the destruction of “gochars”(common grazing land) over a period of time have adversely affected the life of people of the Rajasthan desert. “Orans” and ...
Rajasthan power reforms model for many
JAIPUR: The neighbouring States are reportedly taking interest in Rajasthan’s power sector reforms after coming to know about steps taken by the State’s electricity companies towards self-sufficiency in production, transmission and ...
Chandigarh set to become smoke-free
To become effective from July 15
Assembly uproar over sex education
Lucknow: Introduction of sex education in the syllabus of high school and intermediate classes by the Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education rocked the proceedings of the Assembly on Friday with Opposition members demanding deletion of ...
Protests mark amendment to Land Reforms Act
DEHRA DUN: The controversial land law -- amendment to the Uttar Pradesh Zamindari Abolition and Land Reforms Act -- was passed by a voice vote even as the Opposition Congress and Bahujan Samaj Party members thronged the Well of the Uttarakhand ...
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