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Friday, July 13, 2007
PM to visit Bihar on July 17
Patna: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will visit Bihar on July 17 to review State’s agricultural scenario and Nitish Kumar Government’s endeavour to give a fresh impetus to the sector. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar told ...
IAS officers transferred
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders for six IAS officers with immediate effect. S.S. Prasad, Special Secretary, Finance and Planning Departments, now becomes Director and Special Secretary, Women and Child ...
Bihar seeks cultural exchange with Mauritius
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who is to participate in the ‘Bihar Week Celebration’ in Port Louis later this month, on Thursday said he was in favour of cultural exchanges between the State and Mauritius. ...
Bonanza of concessions for Haryana traders
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Thursday announced a bonanza of concessions for traders and other sections in the State. Addressing a gathering of traders here, Mr. Hooda announced tax exemption for Guar, ...
CENTAC in a fix on seat sharing
Talks with private managements fail
Heavy rain lashes Puducherry
Dislocates traffic; strong wind uproots trees in and around the town
Local bodies “will not be ignored”
Three-member committee to recommend devolution of powers: Minister
“ONGC delaying oil refinery project”
Establishment of oil refinery in Barmer a far cry, says former Chief Minister
Call to reconsider draft of new national mineral policy
Vasundhara Raje writes to Manmohan to evolve consensus of all States
Bid to make Childline project a success
Over 1.83-lakh telephone calls have been received in Jaipur so far
Five detained for moving suspiciously in Kashi Vishwanath temple
Varanasi: Five young men, found moving suspiciously in the premises of Kashi Vishwanath temple complex here, have been detained by security personnel, police sources said on Thursday. The five -- Sunder Basnet and Arif Hussain, both ...
Jail Superintendents suspended in U.P.
Priest stabbed to death
Varanasi: A priest was stabbed to death allegedly by his own nephews near a railway crossing under Cantonment police circle area, police said on Thursday. Ganga Sharan Mishra alias Pappu Maharaj (45), priest of Pishachmochan Tirth, was stabbed ...
Woman kills herself, infant daughter
Varanasi: A woman, with her four-month- old daughter, allegedly immolated herself apparently aggrieved at her husband’s reluctance to allow her to stay with him in Mumbai, police said Thursday. Anita Devi with her infant daughter ...
Alleged suicide by four of a family
Azamgarh: Four members of a family here committed suicide by jumping before a train following mounting loan dues, police said. Prabhunath and five other members of his family jumped before the Utsarg Express on Wednesday night when four of ...
Businessman shot dead
Ghaziabad: A man who owned a transport company in Sahibabad was shot dead outside his office on Thursday by two unidentified persons, police said. Sodan Singh, owner of Malik Transport Company, collapsed when the assailants came on a ...
11 killed in Uttarakhand landslide, road accident
DEHRA DUN: Eleven persons were killed – eight in a landslide at Gairsen in Chamoli district and three students in a road accident in Vikasnagar near here on Thursday. The Government has announced an ex gratia relief of Rs.1 lakh each to ...
Detailed probe to be held in fake notes case
DEHRA DUN: The Uttarakhand Government has taken a strong view of the arrest of Constable Vivek Choudhary and his accomplice Kuldip Grover with fake currency worth Rs. 5 lakh by the Special Branch of the Delhi police from the Capital’s ...
Traffic disrupted due to landslips
Gopeshwar (Uttarakhand): Landslips triggered by incessant rainfall here has affected traffic on the Rishikesh-Badrinath National Highway and other roads leading to the holy shrines of Kedarnath and Badrinath. Traffic has come to a halt ...
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