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“Retired IAS officer was murdered”
Police probing family dispute angle
Hooda promises to end power shortage
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda asserted on Saturday that his regime would eliminate power shortage in the State completely. Addressing public meetings at Khairkan and Panihari villages in Sirsa district after ...
Haryana assures help to MMTC
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has assured assistance of his Government to the Minerals and Metals Trading Corporation (MMTC) in setting up a world-class medallion unit and refinery for bullion with a leading ...
Jamuna Devi lodges police complaint
Accuses CM’s wife of misleading Income Tax department by providing wrong PAN
BHOPAL: Polling for the Lok Sabha by-election from Betul in Madhya Pradesh passed off peacefully on Saturday. According to an Election Commission spokesman here, 27.67 per cent voters had exercised their right to franchise by 1 p.m. The ...
Rs.400 cr. for development of JIPMER
Projects taken up at a cost of Rs. 220 crore: Anbumani
Tamil New Year Day wishes
PUDUCHERRY: Lieutenant-Governor Bhopinder Singh extended his greetings for Tamil New Year Day on Sunday. In his message, Mr. Singh wished that the New Year brought peace, prosperity and happiness to the lives of all the people . ...
Private sector told to emulate major PSUs in social initiatives
PUDUCHERRY: As the role of government was slowly becoming that of a facilitator, private enterprises will have a greater social responsibility, Minister for Industries and Power V. Vaithilingam said on Saturday. Inaugurating a two-day ...
‘Bring poor to cooperatives fold’
JAIPUR: The Cooperative Ministers of various States agreed here on Saturday to work out a joint action plan to strengthen the cooperative movement and resolve the common difficulties while spreading out the cooperative activities to hitherto ...
Call for adopting new technologies
Ashok Gehlot upset over Vasundhara’s remark
She hinted that Jakhar wanted to turn public opinion against her
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