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New maize varieties developed
Hisar: Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University has developed three single cross improved hybrids of maize which have been recommended for cultivation at all-India level. The University’s Director of Research B.S. ...
M.P. to auction transport corporation’s properties
For recovering the State Government’s “tax dues”
CPI agitation turns violent
Protestors barge into CSO office, damage furniture
Multi-storied parking bay likely in Puducherry
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister N. Rangasamy on Thursday told the Assembly that the government planned to construct a multi-storied parking bay in the town. Replying to a question from N. Anand (PMC), he said that the government was aware of ...
Site identified for new Assembly complex
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister N. Rangasamy told the Assembly on Thursday that a site had been identified for the construction of a new Legislative Assembly complex. The documents had been submitted to Lieutenant-Governor Bhopinder Singh ...
Untimely rain affects wheat arrivals in Haryana, Punjab
Punjab faces a decline of 33 per cent as against last year
Panjab varsity students, teachers to intensify stir
CHANDIGARH: The agitating teachers and students of Panjab University here on Thursday decided to continue their ongoing chain fast, which entered the eleventh day, for the next week also to intensify the demand for Central University status ...
Rajasthan formulates plan to electrify 693 villages
JAIPUR: The public sector Jaipur Vidyut Vitaran Nigam has formulated an ambitious plan for supply of electricity to 693 villages and 1,296 hamlets in seven districts of Jaipur, Bharatpur and Kota divisions this year with an expenditure of ...
Relief package for Rajasthan farmers
Their crops were damaged due to cold wave
Two BITS Pilani students to attend leadership institute
Lifer for five
Muzaffarnagar: Five persons, including a man and his three sons, were on Thursday sentenced to life imprisonment by a court here in connection with a 2001 murder. The court found Jagdish, his three sons — Rishipal, Ramesh and Pratap ...
Two killed in fire
Fatehpur: Two persons were charred to death and as many injured when three trucks caught fire caused by a leakage from a burning LPG tanker, police said. The injured were rushed to Kanpur medical college. Fire personnel were trying to douse ...
Scientists urged to work on reducing carbon dioxide levels
‘Bio-fuels is an area where Petroleum Institute should make efforts’
‘Familiarisation tours’ to promote tourism
Dehra Dun: The Uttarakhand Government has roped in private tour operators to promote famous as well as lesser-known tourist destinations of the hill state through ’familiarisation tours’ starting Friday. Uttarakhand ...
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