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Haryana varsity waives fees for female students
Decision also applicable to all physically-challenged students
Train runs over cows
Sonepat: Seven cows were killed in the district when they were run over by a train, police said on Thursday. The cows were run over by the Panipat-bound Ekta Express near Mundelana village, about 60 km from here, they said. Residents of the ...
‘Energy-efficient lighting be made mandatory’
Congress MP denies involvement in kidney scam
CHANDIGARH: The Congress Member of Parliament from Hisar, Jai Parkash, on Thursday asserted that he was neither directly nor indirectly associated with the multi-crore kidney scam. Addressing newsmen here, Mr. Jai Parkash said the ...
People have lost faith in M.P. Government: Digvijay Singh
BJP regime blamed for lack of transparency, corruption
Government, Azim Premji Foundation ink pact
For computer-aided learning project in 40 primary schools
CPI activists court arrest
PUDUCHERRY: Activists of the Communist Party of India, including the party legislators, R.Viswanathan and N.Kalainathan, courted arrest demanding construction of a new building for a government middle school in Reddiarpalayam ...
Oulgaret Municipality nod for annual budget
PUDUCHERRY: The Oulgaret Municipality has approved its annual budget of Rs. 43.82 crore at the council meeting held on Wednesday. The meeting also decided to slap a fine for spitting in public places and dumping garbage on ...
DMK concerned over “administrative inertia”
CPI submits memorandum to Mithi
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry unit of the Communist Party of India (CPI) on Thursday submitted a memorandum to Lieutenant-Governor Mukut Mithi demanding that Health Minister E.Valsaraj be removed from the Council of Ministers ...
Call for strengthening Panchayati Raj institutions in Rajasthan
Dismissed policeman commits suicide
Kanpur: An Uttar Pradesh police recruit, who was dismissed from service along with some other policemen by the Mayawati government, has allegedly committed suicide in the city, police said on Thursday. Twenty three-year old Noor Mohammed, a ...
U.P. nod for Meja power station
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Government on Thursday cleared the 1320 MW Meja thermal power station in Allahabad district, which would be set up as a joint venture with NTPC. The letter of agreement was signed by the Chairman of UP Rajya Vidyut ...
Pauri victory is people’s verdict on my policies: Khanduri
DEHRA DUN: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri on Thursday described the victory of the Bharatiya Janata Party candidate, Lt. Gen. (Retd) T. P. S. Rawat, in the Pauri parliamentary by-election as the people’s positive ...
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