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Himachal to extend mid-day meal scheme
For upper primary classes, all government middle schools
CPI(M), BJP protest against oil price hike
SHIMLA: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Bharatiya Janata Party organised demonstrations in Himachal Pradesh on Thursday in protest against the Centre’s decision to raise petroleum, diesel and cooking gas prices. The ...
Appointment of Horticulture Price Commission sought
SHIMLA: The strong farm lobby of apple growers in the hill State of Himachal Pradesh which has now forged a confederation of fruit and vegetable growers has demanded appointment of a Horticulture Price Commission for its produce. ...
M. P. Cabinet expanded
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Cabinet was expanded on Thursday with the induction of one Cabinet Minister and three Ministers of State, who were sworn in by the Governor, Balram Jakhar, at Raj Bhavan here in the evening. Former Member of ...
Scheme will be drawn up to help HIV children, says Rangasamy
Paediatric ward with 20 beds has come up at the cost of Rs. 40 lakh
“200 AIDS victims died in the last 20 years”
PUDUCHERRY: Around 200 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)-affected persons have died in the Union Territory during the last 20 years, Collector G. Thevaneethidhas has said. He was addressing a press conference, along with Project ...
Political parties slam hike in fuel prices
PUDUCHERRY: Flaying the hike in fuel prices, political parties including the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Left parties and the Puducherry Munnetra Congress (PMC) on Thursday urged the Union government to roll back it. The Puducherry ...
Two held in Punjab for using stolen passports
The duo were earlier deported from Singapore
Demand to release “terror suspects”
‘Panic and resentment prevails among Rajasthan Muslim community’
Five Rajasthan DCC chiefs appointed
JAIPUR: The All-India Congress Committee has filled vacancies of District Congress Committee presidents in five districts of Rajasthan by appointing new incumbents, including a woman, to the posts. The appointments were made on Thursday ...
Five engineers suspended
LUCKNOW: A chief engineer and four executive engineers of the Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation have been suspended by the State Government for laxity in implementing an electrification project in the Bundelkhand region. ...
Sahara gets relief from court
High Court stays RBI ban on company’s para-banking
BJP not to seek BSP support in U.P.
LUCKNOW: The Bharatiya Janata Party, which is hoping to win the maximum seats from Uttar Pradesh to boost the National Democratic Alliance’s chances to form the next Government at the Centre, does not consider the Bahujan Samaj Party and ...
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