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Friday, December 07, 2007
Punjab clears new power projects worth Rs. 3,225 crore
Le Corbusier’s original works on display
‘Need to combine his legacy with the needs of modern city’
Akali leader arrested
Chandigarh: Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) chief Simranjit Singh Mann was on Thursday arrested on the charges of spreading hatred amongst different communities, police said. A police team from Patiala arrested Mr. Mann from his residence in ...
Dalits stage protest in Chandigarh
Chandigarh: Scheduled Castes from across Punjab on Thursday staged a demonstration here protesting against the alleged failure of the Government in preventing bonded labour and implementation of SCs atrocities act. The dalits owing ...
Two retired civil servants join Congress in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: Two retired civil servants in Rajasthan have joined the Congress heralding what is likely to be a steady flow of such persons to the party in this election year in the State. Pradesh Congress Committee president C. P. Joshi ...
Ecologists join farmers’ stir in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: The farmers’ agitation for release of water from the Panchna dam in Karauli district of Rajasthan has taken a new turn with environmentalists and naturalists associated with the world famous Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur ...
Jaipur’s Vikalang Samiti to expand operations
Court reserves order in Amitabh land case
reserved its judgement on Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan’s petition challenging a previous order quashing allotment of a farmland in Barabanki. A single bench of Justice A. N. Verma reserved its order after hearing counsel for ...
Teacher commits suicide
Ghaziabad: A teacher of an engineering college here has committed suicide by hanging from a ceiling fan of his room, according to the police. Ganesh Chand Verma, 30, was a teacher at Shri Ganapati College of Engineering. No suicide note ...
UP adopts bill to curb ragging
Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh Assembly on Thursday adopted a Bill aimed at curbing ragging in educational institutions and which envisages two-year prison term and fine of Rs 10,000 for offenders. The Bill, which was earlier approved by ...
Five half-burnt bodies found near Nandigram
KOLKATA: Five mutilated and half-burnt bodies have been found buried in a trench in a field at Bidyapith village in the CPI(M) stronghold of Khejuri, adjacent to Nandigram in West Bengal. “Acting on a tip-off we, along with a ...
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