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Power trading to be handled by distribution companies
Functions of procuring power would be discharged by HPPC
‘A voice of the poor’
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Friday described B.R. Ambedkar as a great patriot, true nationalist and messiah of the downtrodden who had waged a crusade throughout his life to ameliorate the lot of the poor. ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Pattas for slum dwellers in Madhya Pradesh
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Cabinet has decided to allot residential pattas (ownership rights) to urban slum dwellers who have settled either on government n uzul land or other areas ...
Lawspet police step up vigil
Move to check house break-ins during vacation
Rangasamy promises steps to unearth hoarded commodities
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister N.Rangasamy on Friday made it clear that the government would take stern action against those hoarding essential commodities. Making a statement on a call attention motion moved by members belonging to the ...
AIADMK MLAs suspended
PUDUCHERRY: All three MLAs belonging to the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) were suspended for two days as the Puducherry Assembly witnessed uproarious scenes following certain remarks made by two of them against United ...
No shortage of ambulances at GH, says Minister
PUDUCHERRY: Issues relating to the alleged lack of adequate number of ambulances in the Union Territory were highlighted in the Assembly on Friday. Raising the issue during question hour, V.K Ganapathy (Puducherry Munnetra Congress) ...
Bhattal, Amarinder’s “silence” on price rise issue questioned
“It casts serious doubts over the party’s pro-poor claims”
Raje Govt. faces flak from own party leader
No governance in the State, says Rajput strongman Devi Singh Bhati
K.K. Birla Foundation awards presented
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Governor Shailendra Kumar Singh on Thursday said the country had not kept the promises it made to the downtrodden at the time of Independence. The plight of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes remained the same all these ...
Rahul wants action on jobs scheme
Concludes Bundelkhand tour, highlights plight of farmers
33 senior officers transferred in U.P. administrative reshuffle
LUCKNOW: In a major administrative reshuffle, the Uttar Pradesh government on Friday moved 33 senior IAS and seven Provincial Civil Service (PCS) officers. Among them are divisional commissioners Rajiv Kumar of Gorakhpur and K.L. Meena of ...
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