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Haryana plans to use solar energy for power projects
CHANDIGARH: Haryana proposes to set up solar energy based power projects in Mega Watt (MW) scale and the power produced from these projects will be fed to the State grid for which Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency (HAREDA) has ...
Chandigarh-Mohali metro crosses a signal
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Secretary Promilla Issar said on Wednesday that the State Government had given its in-principle approval to the metro railway project for the Chandigarh-Panchkula-Mohali area in the first phase, which could be ...
Himachal Govt. bans use of mobiles in classroom
Order issued to avoid distractions during study hours
Power pacts signed
SHIMLA: The Himachal Pradesh Cabinet on Wednesday signed two more agreements for power projects with private companies and received Rs.103.87 crore as upfront money. This was disclosed by State Chief Secretary Ravi Dhingra after the Cabinet ...
NABARD studying impact of SHGs
PUDUCHERRY: The Chief General Manager (micro credit innovations development) of National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), A. Ramanathan, on Wednesday said the bank had undertaken a country-level impact evaluation study of ...
Implement ACP scheme: teachers
PUDUCHERRY: Three associations affiliated to the School Teachers’ Federation of India on Wednesday urged the government to take immediate steps to ensure the implementation of the G.O. on the Assured Career Progression (ACP) scheme in ...
Meet discusses security at Assembly
PUDUCHERRY: Issues related to security arrangements at the Assembly complex were discussed at a meeting chaired by Speaker R. Radhakrishnan on Wednesday. Deputy Speaker A.V. Sreedharan, Ministers, legislators and some police officials ...
Stir turns violent; vehicles set afire
His way of living a beautiful life
JAIPUR: It was romancing both with words and the audience for Dev Anand, the grand old young man of Bollywood, on Wednesday, the first day of the week-long Literature Festival here. His charms intact and his voice not giving way even once ...
Fresh trouble brewing in Raje backyard
Rajputs trying to revive agitation for Other Backward Classes status
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