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Tuesday, October 09, 2007
Protests mar rail traffic in Bihar
Hajipur: Hundreds of protesters here blocked the train and vehicular traffic for hours to protest the killing of a school teacher’s killing in the district. The rail and road transport normalised only after the intervention of ...
Foodgrain trader murdered
Buxar: The body of a kidnapped foodgrain trader was on Sunday found near Mothia village in Bihar’s Buxar district, police said. Superintendent of police Paresh Saxena said Hari Shanker Shah alias Kavi Ji, the foodgrain dealer, ...
Lovely moves High Court
PATNA: The Patna High Court on Monday admitted the former MP, Lovely Anand’s petition, challenging a lower court order awarding her life sentence in the case of lynching of Gopalganj District Magistrate G. Krishnaiah in December ...
Bishnoi sees nothing new in Hooda sops
“Attendance at Sonia rally was poor”
Himachal bid to control prices of essential commodities
Public Distribution System has been broad-based by Govt.
Jammu & Kashmir
CBI told to submit report on sex scandal in court
Senior JKPCC engineer suspended
Srinagar: A top engineer of Jammu and Kashmir Projects Construction Corporation (JKPCC) has been suspended for not executing work on double-shift basis at the under-construction Assembly complex here. Minister for Roads and Buildings Gulchain ...
Complaint against M.P. Chief Minister
BHOPAL: The leader of the Opposition in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly, Jamuna Devi, on Monday met the Lokayukta and submitted a complaint accusing the Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chauhan, of corruption and seeking that an FIR be lodged and ...
Eight college girls accused of ragging arrested in Bhopal
Bhopal: Eight college girls accused of ragging their juniors at a management institute were arrested here on Monday. The girls, all students of Institute of Hotel Management (IHM), arrived at the Kamla Nagar police station with their parents ...
MP to ban polythenes in National Parks
Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh Government has banned use of polythene in National Parks with effect from November 1, the foundation day of the State. “Use of polythene in National Parks and sanctuaries will be banned to conserve the ...
Maoist couple arrested
Rourkela (Orissa): A hardcore Maoist couple, active in Orissa and neighbouring Jharkhand, was arrested in Sundergarh district, according to the police. The couple, nabbed from the jungles under Bonai sub-division by a patrolling team, ...
CPI activists, SHG members stage dharna
To remove encroachments on site for building public toilet
DMK calls for measures to check spread of dengue
Health Department should open medical camps in all villages
Take steps to control diseases caused by mosquitoes: councillors
PUDUCHERRY: Councillors of the Puducherry Municipality on Monday urged the civic body to take immediate steps to prevent the spread of dengue and other diseases caused by mosquitoes before the onset of the monsoon. Addressing ...
Ensure police do not give in to political pressure: AIADMK
PUDUCHERRY: Secretary of the Puducherry unit of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Anbalagan on Monday urged the Government to ensure that police in the Union Territory functioned freely without giving in to political ...
Discharge duty with dedication, DIG tells new Sub-Inspectors
“They must use their ability to improve image of the Puducherry police”
Plea to regulate ‘uzhavar sandhais’
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry Vivasayigal Sangam on Monday urged the Government to take immediate steps to regulate functioning of three ‘uzhavar sandhais’ in the region so that they would not be converted into “traders’ ...
Rabi crops training camps in Punjab
Moga: A series of training camps would be held across Punjab to update farmers about the latest harvesting techniques of Rabi crops and better water resource management. The camps would be organised by Punjab Agriculture Department with the ...
Raje seeks uniform opium policy
Present norm is “impractical” and adversely affects farmers
Court drops all charges against Togadia
Case relates to ‘Trishul diksha’
JAIPUR: The newly appointed Employment and Skill Development Committee of the Rajasthan Government has decided to establish an Animation Academy here to improve technical skills of the youth. The Academy, to be established at the Khaitan ...
Projects lined up to honour Kanshi Ram
Schemes costing over Rs. 9,000 crore to be launched during the rally today
Violence over recruitment drive in Agra
Agra: Prospective para-military recruits went on the rampage and resorted to stone-throwing on Monday after being told that they were not eligible for the recruitment being held here, a senior police official said. Some 50,000 young ...
Probe into alleged sale of newborn girl
Ban the bulb, says Greenpeace
Stresses need to fight climate change
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