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Thursday, December 20, 2007
Indian and French universities to sign MoU for exchange programme
Students will receive degrees from both universities
Bihar fears more problems in jails
PATNA: The Bihar government on Wednesday issued an alert as it feared that problems would erupt in jails across the State. Inspector-General, Prisons, issued a directive to all the districts to take necessary steps to prevent a ...
Haryana may have more municipalities
CHANDIGARH: The Local Bodies Department of Haryana is proposing to set up Municipal Corporations at some other important towns of the State in addition to the lone such civic body at Faridabad. Local Bodies Minister A. C. Chaudhary ...
Congress hails Chopra recommendations
JAIPUR: The Legal Cell of the Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee on Wednesday welcomed the recommendations of the Justice Chopra Committee – which looked into the Gujjars’ claim for Scheduled Tribe status – for reviewing ...
Congress expels 14 in Himachal
Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh Congress on Wednesday expelled 14 members, including an ex-MLA, for indulging in anti-party activities. State Congress president Viplov Thakur ordered expulsion of these party leaders, mostly working at the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Dumper scam gets murkier
Opposition leader calls for detailed probe
Rangasamy seeks more Central funds
“Declare Karaikal a backward region”
PUDUCHERRY: The University of Paris, South 11, and the Pondicherry Science Forum (PSF) have announced the second ‘Make Science Competition’ ‘Faites de la Science’ exclusively for students of Government Schools in ...
Special itinerary for Heritage on Wheels
Jaipur: With a view to attract more tourist in the festive season of New Year, Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation (RTDC) has announced a special packages and rescheduled itinerary of Heritage on Wheels. RTDC Managing Director R. K. ...
Uneasy calm in Rajasthan
Gujjar leaders busy planning their strategy
Raje for changes in Gadgil formula
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Wednesday expressed concern over the requirement for States for spending large amounts of Central assistance under the Centre’s guidance alone and called for a revision in the Gadgil ...
Management school proposed at IIT-Kanpur
Kanpur: IIT Kanpur will soon have a world class business management school with financial assistance from an alumni couple. Raj Singh and his wife Neera Singh have decided to give Rs. 9 crore for setting up the business school. ...
Anger over Rana’s second term
DEHRA DUN: The appointment of Congress leader Lakshmi Rana as a member of the State Consumer Disputes and Redressal Commission for a second term has led to much resentment among the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) cadres who have been ...
Circus elephant goes berserk, wildlife dept. officials called in
Kolkata: There was temporary panic within the premises of a private circus company here on Wednesday when one of its elephants went berserk, damaging circus property. Attempts by the circus employees to rein in the elephant, a ...
Tatas will have to go, says Mamata
Urges peasants to remain united in struggle for land, livelihood and self-dignity
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