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Industrial policy getting good results: Hooda
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said on Monday that his regime had not only created a congenial atmosphere in the State for development of industries but also the new industrial policy had yielded excellent results. ...

Drop in malaria cases
CHANDIGARH: The number of cases of malaria in Haryana has declined to 14,761 this year till last month as against 34,303 cases recorded during the corresponding period last year. An official spokesperson attributed the reduction in ...

Jammu & Kashmir


Weavers who see threat looming take out rally
They seek Chief Minister’s intervention on the issue

Police refer case involving nephrologist to Government
PUDUCHERRY: The territorial police have referred the case involving a visiting nephrologist in General Hospital to the Government for further inquiry, according to Inspector-General of Police K. Kishan Kumar “The case was referred ...

Land acquisition for titanium dioxide project opposed
PUDUCHERRY: General secretary of Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK) Thol.Thirumavalavan on Monday urged the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) Government in Tamil Nadu not to acquire 16,000 acres for the Tata’s Titanium dioxide project ...

Rangasamy asks students to develop communication skills
Inaugurates private engineering college

Nine held for gambling
PUDUCHERRY: The CID wing of the territorial police arrested nine persons on charges of gambling from a club in Thiruvalluvar Street and seized around Rs. 8,000 from them on Sunday night. Based on a tip off, the police conducted a raid ...

Free LPG scheme launched
KARAIKAL: The Puducherry Government’s scheme of free distribution of LPG stoves and domestic gas connection to the people of below poverty line was launched in Karaikal district in the Union Territory on Monday. A.M.H.Nazeem, ...

Students abstain from classes
KARAIKAL: The XI and XII standard students of Thanthai Periyar Government Higher Secondary School at Kovilpathu here abstained from their classes on Monday demanding permanent teachers for them. The students met Collector N.Vasantha Kumar and ...

Other Stories

Punjab to go for long-term contracts for road construction
‘Contractors will have to repair roads for the next 6 years’

Punjab cities all set to get a facelift
Chandigarh: The “mini metros” of Punjab, including Ludhiana, Jalandhar and Amritsar, are all set for a transformation as the Government has put in place a new model of urban development. The Government has constituted ...

‘Don’t yield to undue pressure over Gujjar issue’
State Govt. responsible for maintenance of law and order, says High Court

Devi Singh Bhati returns to BJP fold
Three Indian National Lok Dal MLAs also join the ruling party in Rajasthan

Uttar Pradesh
Students’ continue protest against ban
Lucknow: The students’ agitation in protest against the ban on union elections in colleges and universities in Uttar Pradesh continued for the fourth day on Monday with some protesters arrested for destroying posters of Chief Minister ...

Medicine traders observe strike
Gorakhpur (UP): Medicine traders and dealers here on Monday observed a day’s strike in protest against the imposition of National Security Act (NSA) upon a fellow trader in Lucknow. “The organisation strongly opposes the trade of ...

Railway gangmen run over by train
Banda (UP): Three railway gangmen were mowed down by a train at an unmanned level crossing near Atarra Badousa railway station, 40 km from here, police said on Monday. The accident occurred when the Nizamuddin-Jabalpur express train run ...

Three killed in gas cylinder explosion
Agra: Three persons, including two children, were killed and seven others were injured when a gas cylinder exploded in Khandauli town, 20 km from here, the police said. According to them, the incident happened on Sunday when a gas cylinder, ...

Traders robbed outside bank
Badaun (UP): Three youths, riding on motorbikes, on Monday looted Rs. 2 lakh from two traders in broad day light, the police said. The traders had withdrawn cash from a bank and were going on a rickshaw when the miscreants looted the ...

Demand to reopen Reliance Fresh outlets
Lucknow: Activists of Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) on Monday staged a dharna in Hazratganj area here demanding reopening of Reliance fresh retail stores in the State. The dharna led by BKU national President Chowdhury Rishipal Ambwata, ...

Eight BRO personnel killed
DEHRA DUN: Eight Border Roads Organisation(BRO) personnel were killed and three seriously injured when the truck they were travelling in fell into a deep gorge at Suraithota in Chamoli district on Monday morning, taking the toll of those ...

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