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By-elections a referendum, says Hooda
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda asserted on Wednesday that the Assembly by-elections from Adampur, Gohana and Indri on May 22 would be a referendum on “the unprecedented development activities” carried out ...
Rohtang Pass opened to tourists
MANALI (H.P.): The snow-capped Manali-Rohtang Pass, closed to road traffic since December 15, has been opened, much to the glee of tourists. Border Roads Task Force (BRTF) Commander S. K. Doon told PTI that vehicular movement through ...
Jammu & Kashmir
BJP draws up strategy ahead of Assembly polls
BHOPAL: The Executive Committee of the Madhya Pradesh unit of Bharatiya Janata Party ended its two-day session here on Wednesday after finalising its strategy to gear up for the coming Assembly elections. The Executive launched a frontal ...
Adequate medical facilities for North-East assured
IMPHAL: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi are paying special attention to the north-eastern States and all developmental projects will be taken up expeditiously, said Union Health Minister Anbumani ...
We want more powers, not concessions: councillors
Noisy scenes at Puducherry Municipality’s council meeting
CPI (M) demands probe into police-criminals nexus
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry unit of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Wednesday demanded a probe into the alleged nexus between history-sheeters and senior police officials. Tamil Nadu State council member T. Murugan told ...
BJP leaders up in arms against party unit chief
Protest against student’s murder
Pathankot: Residents of a locality here, blockaded the national highway on Wednesday to protest the murder of a college girl, who was allegedly stabbed by a rejected suitor, and demanded the closure of the institution. Residents of ...
Punjab records 37 per cent growth in wheat procurement
CHANDIGARH: Six government agencies and private millers in Punjab have procured more than 101.96 lakh metric tonnes of wheat compared to 74.33 lakh metric tonnes procured till date last year, recording a growth of over 37 per cent. An ...
Fourth blast in Rajasthan in decade
Maximum casualties this time compared to the three earlier attacks
Lawyers go on the rampage
Allahabad: Lawyers at the Allahabad High Court on Wednesday went on the rampage over the death of a colleague who was serving a prison term, prompting a judge to call in the Rapid Action Force (RAF). At the Lucknow bench of the ...
Death of democracy: RSP leader
Attack on party workers allegedly by CPI (M) activists during panchayat polls
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