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Bihar school children doing better in English, Maths
Interest worth 450 crore waived off: Hooda
‘Coop banks may extend interest-waiver scheme’
Go for cooperatives, farmers told
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Governor A.R. Kidwai on Monday exhorted the farmers to adopt cooperative methods to become self-sufficient. Paying rich tributes to the legendary Sir Chhotu Ram at a function in Rohtak, Dr. Kidwai said that by ...
“Congress not averse to having a coordination panel”
Monitoring panel meet on implementation of election manifesto held
More funds for higher education sought
PUDUCHERRY: Speakers including industrialists and academics at a pre-budget seminar on Sunday stressed the need for allocation of more funds for the higher education sector in the 2008-2009 Union Budget. At a seminar organised jointly by ...
Centrally-sponsored scheme launched
PUDUCHERRY: Minister for Industries and Agriculture V. Vaithilingam on Monday launched the Centrally-sponsored scheme, “Support to State Extension Programme for Extension Reforms” in the Union Territory. Mr Vaithilingam, who ...
Road roko to protest the delay in establishing park
Residents want a children’s park near Venkata Nagar
Punjab continues to face severe power shortage
Hydro power generation dips because of failure of winter rains
Social audit reveals large-scale fraud
No State Government official present at the public hearing in Jhalawar district
Special Rajasthani presence
One dies during recruitment drive in Jaipur
JAIPUR: One person was crushed to death and four were injured in a stampede during a recruitment drive for the Central Industrial Security Force on its campus at Kunda village in Amber, near here, on Monday. A massive turnout of candidates ...
Opposition to oppose frisking
Lucknow: The Samajwadi Party, Congress and BJP MLAs would strongly protest if they are subjected to frisking by the security personnel while entering the Assembly on Tuesday to take part in the proceedings of the House. Vidhan Sabha ...
Parties fan out to seek vote for Pauri seat
DEHRA DUN: The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in Uttarakhand and the opposition Congress are making all-out efforts to woo the voters in the Pauri Lok Sabha constituency where a by-election is due on February 24. The BJP is promising ...
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