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Friday, September 28, 2007
A role model for small tea growers
Guwahati: Three years ago when she qualified as a graduate in Tea Technology from Assam Agriculture University, Shariti C. Syiem decided to help her father with her knowhow to improve the quality of orthodox tea produced in their small family ...
Medical negligence alleged in woman’s death
PATNA: A woman’s two-and-a-half month struggle against alleged ‘criminal negligence’ by surgeons ended with her death in Darbhanga on Wednesday. Chandai Devi breathed her last at the Darbhanga Medical College Hospital ...
Haryana to develop State intranet
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Tourism has decided to develop a State-wide intranet which would connect all its Tourism Information Centres. It would also undergo a massive facelift to provide better services and facilities to tourists, Minister ...
‘Shivraj Govt. patronising the corrupt’
Government is anti-farmer, has failed to come out with a farm policy: Bharatiya Jan Shakti
Dawood Ibrahim’s brother surrenders, freed on bail
MUMBAI: Iqbal Kaskar, brother of wanted gangster Dawood Ibrahim, surrendered and was released on bail in a case under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA). He surrendered before a special court in Mumbai after an ...
Pension disbursal: new move flayed
Banks cannot do justice, say anganwadis
“Fee reimbursement scheme may be altered”
PUDUCHERRY: Health Minister E. Valsaraj said here on Thursday that the Government would consider altering the scheme named after Kamaraj to reimburse tuition fee for medical college students selected through Centralised Admission Committee ...
An exhibition of special photographs
CHANDIGARH: Focusing on the role of women in tourism, the theme of this year’s World Tourism Day, Punjab Governor and Chandigarh Administrator S. F. Rodrigues on Thursday inaugurated a photo exhibition by 42 women photographers at the ...
Punjab BJP opposes power tariff hike
Chandigarh: Opposing the proposed hike in power tariff, the Punjab unit of the BJP, an alliance partner in the ruling coalition, on Thursday demanded that the revised tariff should not be implemented at all. A BJP Legislature Party ...
Rajnath accused of promoting nepotism
Appointment of BJP chief’s son sparks infighting
28 Gomti Nagar allotments illegal
Inquiry committee recommends cancellation, legal action
Mulayam raises doubts over panel findings
LUCKNOW: Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh on Thursday raised doubts over the findings of the inquiry committee in the allocation of 28 plots in Vipul Khand (Gomti Nagar) in Lucknow. In an informal chat with newsmen ...
Landslide kills one in Naini Tal
DEHRA DUN: One person was killed and three were injured in the Ramgarh area of Naini Tal by landslide debris after incessant rain in Uttarakhand over the past 72 hours. The overflowing Naini Lake here submerged the Lower Mall Road areas ...
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