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Saturday, October 06, 2007
Sops for lower areas of Himachal
SHIMLA: To counter Opposition allegations of a regional bias in allotment of funds for the lower areas of the State, Himachal Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Friday disclosed that he has decided to open the newly allotted Central University ...
Virbhadra to meet World Bank officials
Projects for Himachal envisaged
M.P. gets new housing scheme
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Cabinet presided over by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has approved a new “Housing and Environment Policy – 2007” which promises to tackle the housing problem on a comprehensive scale. ...
It is a battle between Ram and Rome, says Modi
MUMBAI: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday that the Centre was making a grave political mistake by going ahead with the Sethusamudram project and denying the existence of Lord Ram in its affidavit to the Supreme Court. ...
Councillors dump waste in municipal office complex
In protest against delay in clearing garbage in their wards
AITUC protests Rajasthan privatisation move
Warns against giving govt. departments to private parties
Raje Govt. can’t handle Gujjar issue: CPI(M)
JAIPUR: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has expressed concern over the internal situation in Rajasthan in the wake of the Gujjar community’s agitation for classification as a Scheduled Tribe. The BJP-led Government seemingly is ...
Mulayam for communal harmony
LUCKNOW: Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav on Friday underlined the need for communal harmony and said “Roza Iftar” should be attended by all. “It is a pious occasion in which members of all communities ...
Re-instal Rajiv bust or face stir: Congress
LUCKNOW: The Congress on Friday threatened to launch an agitation if former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi’s bust is not re-installed at the centre of Rajiv Chowk here. A delegation led by the party’s State unit president Rita ...
Govt. frees 209.5 hectares of land
Dehradun: Bowing to demands by farmers, the Uttarakhand Government on Friday freed 209.526 hectares of land, acquired under the Greater Doon project, in six villages. Press meet Announcing this at a ...
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