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Rabri Devi pleased; coolies delighted
“We’ve been carrying the burden all these years; now the Railway Minister has taken the load off us”
Sadhu going to take samadhi arrested
Motihari: Violence erupted in Nepal over the arrest of an Indian sadhu and his supporters when he was crossing over to the other side of the border to take ‘samadhi’, resulting in two injured due to firing by the Nepalese police, ...
Engineer abducted in Bihar
Bhagalpur: An engineer with Classic Kol, an NTPC contracting company, was kidnapped for ransom while inspecting a project at Kahalgaon, police has said . Deepak Kumar Sah was kidnapped after Classic Kol refused to pay a huge ...
Haryana Government plan to beautify Panchkula
‘Private companies are also being involved in the process’
Haryana to enhance power supply in rural areas
Chandigarh: Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam on Tuesday said that two-phase power supply would be ensured in rural areas for domestic consumers from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m. and 6-30 p.m. to 10-30 p.m. daily in view of the ensuing examinations of ...
55 blocks of Haryana declared highly exploited areas
CHANDIGARH: The Central Ground Water Board has declared 55 blocks of Haryana, including all six development blocks of Karnal district, as highly exploited areas, an official spokesman said here on Tuesday. He disclosed that Karnal block ...
Eunuchs block highway to protest acquisition of their plots
Ambala: Over 50 eunuchs blocked the National Highway here and brought traffic to a halt for nearly half an hour on Tuesday in protest against the Haryana government’s proposal to acquire their plots for setting up a vegetable market. The ...
Negligence case against two surgeons
Sonepat: A case was registered against two eye surgeons for medical negligence here on Tuesday. Lens The case was registered against Dr Amit Bhatiya and Dr Ramesh Nerang for allegedly removing lens from ...
Dhumal sees some relief
But upset over non-inclusion of more railway lines in Budget
Now IG goes on leave in Jharkhand
Chief Secretary on leave since Monday
Sabar tribals go on ‘Bharat Darshan’
Jamshedpur: Excitement and wonder were writ large on the faces of nine people from the poor and reclusive Sabar tribe as they set out for Puri on a Jharkhand Government sponsored ‘Bharat Darshan’ tour. Dressed in their ...
Eight injured in LPG explosion
Bhopal: Eight persons, including three children, were injured as a LPG cylinder exploded at a house in Kabeetpura area here, police said on Monday. The cylinder exploded at the house of one Arjun Das around midnight injuring eight ...
Rangasamy inspects dredging of Ariankuppam river mouth
Dredging will be completed by end of March
Group of Ministers seeks clarification from PMCS
PUDUCHERRY: The recently constituted Group of Ministers to examine the detailed project report on the setting up of the Government Medical College in Puducherry met for the first time on Tuesday. Government sources said the Group of ...
Puducherry spends high on healthcare: ESIC
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry government spends quite high on per capita healthcare, when compared to the neighbouring States, paving the way to high standards in delivery of health services, Regional Director of Employees State Insurance ...
PUDUCHERRY: State president of Puducherry unit of Bharatiya Janata Party on Tuesday asked Health Minister E. Valsaraj to resign from the Cabinet and face the case. Mr.Viswaswaran told reporters that it was “not appropriate” for the ...
CII welcomes Rajasthan Budget
JAIPUR: The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)-Rajasthan Council has welcomed the emphasis laid by the 2008-09 State Budget, presented on Monday, on development of infrastructure, saying it would ensure delivery of goods and services of a ...
JAIPUR: All five public sector power companies in Rajasthan on Tuesday issued orders for payment of an enhanced six p.c. dearness allowance with retrospective effect from July 2007 to their employees in compliance with the budgetary ...
SP walk-out over bonus for farmers
Uttar Pradesh Government non-committal on giving bonus on the support price for wheat
No FIR against students for unfair means
Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh Government on Tuesday said no FIRs would be lodged against students using unfair means in the forthcoming Uttar Pradesh Board examinations. Replying to a question in the Vidhan Sabha, Secondary Education ...
Wanted naxalite arrested
Varanasi: A hard core naxalite, carrying a cash award of Rs.20,000 was arrested in Sonebhadra district of Uttar Pradesh on Monday evening. DIG police, Mirzapur Range, S.N. Sawat said Munnoo Pal, a wanted naxalite involved in several ...
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