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Saturday, September 22, 2007
Call to fulfil changing needs of industries
Public, private sectors should share their experiences: Kidwai
Two CDs existed, admits Gujarat government
AHMEDABAD: In a major breakthrough to the Jansangharsha Manch’s efforts to expose the hand of political leaders in the 2002 communal riots, the State Government on Thursday admitted before the G. T. Nanavati and K. G. Shah Judicial ...
Bid to generate additional power in Haryana
‘First unit of 300 MW would be commissioned on November1’
Jammu & Kashmir
17 inspectors promoted
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir Government has promoted 17 inspectors of the telecommunication wing to the rank of Deputy Superintendents of Police. A Home Department order issued on Thursday evening said that those promoted would work ...
Two girls kidnapped in Kashmir
Jammu: Police on Thursday booked an army jawan and a principal of a private school for abduction of two girls in Jammu and Kashmir, official sources said on Friday. ...
Three lynched in Ramgarh
Hazaribag: In another instance of people taking the law into their hands, villagers in Jharkhand’s Ramgarh district on Friday lynched three persons on the suspicion of theft. According to SDPO Sanjiv Kumar, a group of villagers ...
Woman forced to eat excreta
Jamshedpur: A 40-year old woman was branded a witch and forced to eat excreta by four persons in Gopipur village in Jharkhand’s West Singhbhum district, police sources said on Friday. Rukmini Devi was forced by four - Chandan ...
New mining policy soon, says TSR
Minister allays fears of mineral-rich states like Orissa, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh
Steps afoot to check gastroenteritis
BERHAMPUR: Gastro epidemic hit Kashipur block of Rayagada district and Dashmantpur block of Koraput district are now witnessing some sort of administrative activism. The Revenue Divisional Commissioner (RDC), Southern range, Satyabrata ...
Stir hits services at Capital Hospital
Sequel to ‘attack’ on doctor and nurse by attendants of a patient
SCB staff stick to their guns
CUTTACK: Even as the cease work agitation by SCB hospital staff entered the third day on Friday, there is no sign of any let-off as the striking employees refuse to relent until their demands are fulfilled. Junior doctors, house surgeons, ...
Communal trouble brewing up in Kandhmal dist.
Tense situation prevails as Kui tribals and Pana harijans are on collision course
Jail term for two teachers
KORAPUT: Sessions Judge Bhikari Charan Rout, who is also the Special Judge of the Vigilance Court at Jeypore, on Thursday sentenced two persons, Jharana Ghosh and B.K. Acharya, to undergo three years’ imprisonment and awarded a fine of ...
Southco staff continue stir
BERHAMPUR: Talks between the management and agitating employees of the power distribution company, Southco, on Friday failed. The agitating employees have been holding a dharna in front of Southco head office in the city since Tuesday. They ...
Praising Bharathi in his own words
Poet’s fans participated in ‘Bharathi – 125’
JIPMER issue: panel to stage stir in Delhi
To press for inclusion of some demands in the proposed Bill
“Set up Bharathiar Chairs”
PUDUCHERRY: The Chairman of the Tamil Language Development Board under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, V. C. Kulandaisamy, on Friday appealed to the Central Government to initiate Bharathiar Chairs for Indian Literature in Central ...
Construction workers seek bonus
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry State Construction Workers’ Union has called for disbursement of Rs.1,500 as ‘Deepavali’ bonus. Functionaries of Oulgaret unit of the union at a meeting here on Thursday asked the Government to ...
Exclusive quota for minorities sought
PUDUCHERRY: The Minority Development Organisation has asked the Puducherry Government to emulate Tamil Nadu in providing reservation for the minorities exclusively. In a release here on Friday, the organisation recalled the efforts of the ...
New name for streets
PUDUCHERRY: The municipality has decided to name a street after the doyen of Communist movement in South India. Salai Street in Muthialpet constituency will be called ‘Sinthanai Sirpi Singaravelar Street.’ Cuddalore Street will ...
PM urged to declare Amritsar ‘tobacco-free’
CHANDIGARH: The Khalsa Action Committee, a conglomerate of Sikh organisations, has urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to use his forthcoming visit to Amritsar to declare the holy city free from tobacco and drugs. A memorandum to this effect ...
AC bus travel to be cheaper in Punjab
In order to provide comfortable public transport, Punjab Government has announced a sharp cut in bus fare of air conditioned buses, which would be 10 per cent more than the fare in non-air conditioned buses as per the new transport policy ...
Cop killed as drug peddlers fire at police
Ferozepur: One Punjab police head constable was killed and two constables seriously injured when two alleged drug peddlers opened fire at them. SSP Dinesh Pratap told reporters here that a police team spotted two persons on bike on ...
Abrupt end to Rajasthan Assembly session
No-trust motion not taken up for debate
SCs/STs not getting full justice in U.P.: Panel
Arrest of 3 IPS officers stayed
Allahabad: The Allahabad High Court on Friday stayed the arrest of three senior IPS officers suspended recently in connection with the alleged irregularities in recruitment of police constables in Uttar Pradesh. A Division Bench ...
Four arrested for duping investors
Lucknow: Four persons from Ahmedabad and Mumbai who had duped investors by floating fake firms have been arrested by Special Task Force of Uttar Pradesh Police. The four persons, who had fled after winding up such a firm here in 1995, were now ...
‘U.P. slow on rural job scheme’
LUCKNOW: With the possibility of early Lok Sabha elections looming large over the horizon, the Congress in Uttar Pradesh trained its guns on the Mayawati Government on Friday and said it was going slow on implementation of the National Rural ...
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