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Intervene in Maharashtra ‘imbroglio’, Nitish tells PM
In the wake of anti-Bihar statements by Shiv Sena chief
Scholarships for SC, ST students
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has expanded the scope of the Ambedkar Medhavi Chhatra Yojana to give scholarships to more students belonging to Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes, Haryana Welfare of Schedule Castes and Backward Classes ...
“Himachal growth rate down to 8.5 per cent”
SHIMLA: Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal said here on Wednesday that the growth rate of Himachal Pradesh had come down to 8.5 per cent after hitting 9.2 per cent in 2006-07 and was even lower than the growth of 8.7 per cent at the national ...
Congress threatens to launch agitation in Himachal Pradesh
M.P. Govt. cornered over impure milk issue
BHOPAL: The State Government was cornered in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly on Wednesday over allegations that the problem of adulterated milk had acquired gigantic proportions in the Gwalior-Chambal area and there was no control on those ...
Commune panchayat staff stage protest
PUDUCHERRY: Daily-rated and part-time employees of five commune panchayats and one municipality in Puducherry commenced their agitation on Wednesday to highlight demands such as regularising the services of certain categories of workers, ...
Subway to be constructed near new bus stand
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry Municipality on Wednesday decided to construct a subway near the new bus stand after demolishing the existing over bridge in the area. A resolution to this effect was passed by the council at its meeting, along ...
Badal calls for political unity
To work out a formula for waiver of non-institutional debt of farmers
‘Wage war against AIDS’
CHANDIGARH: The Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, Justice Vijender Jain, has urged the people, especially the legal fraternity, to launch a crusade against AIDS and female foeticide. Participating in the centenary ...
Raje Govt. to expand food for poor scheme
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government is planning to expand its ambitious “Akshay Kaleva” scheme for providing cooked food to the poor at subsidised prices at public places in Jaipur by seeking charitable contributions from private ...
Rajasthan appoints 63,000 teachers
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Education Minister Kalicharan Saraf told the State Assembly on Wednesday that as many as 62,902 third grade teachers were appointed in the State during the Bharatiya Janata Party regime in such a transparent manner that none ...
U.P. ban on student union polls goes
Mayawati’s move follows green signal given by Chief Secretary-headed panel
Opposition to boycott Uttarakhand Assembly
Move follows suspension of 14 BSP, Congress MLAs by the Speaker for stalling proceedings
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