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Women writers in Kashmir form a new forum
SRINAGAR: Women writers in Kashmir have come under an umbrella to form a new Women Writers’ Forum which includes women journalists, freelance writers and journalism students. The outfit is dedicated to “contributing towards ...
Sonia to launch campaign in Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal: Congress president Sonia Gandhi will launch party’s campaign for the coming Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh due in November by addressing a public meeting at Ujjain on June 20. “The programme of the Congress chief has ...
Chauhan allocates Ministers’ portfolios
BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has allocated portfolios to his newly-inducted ministers who were administered the oath of office and secrecy on Thursday. The newly-inducted Cabinet Minister Jagannath Singh has been given ...
‘Actress was close to Grover only to get a role’
Mumbai: Kannada film actress Marrayya Monica Susayraj had told her naval officer boyfriend M. L. Jerome Mathew that she was maintaining an intimate relationship with TV production house executive Neeraj Grover only to get a role, the police ...
Red Ribbon express reaches Puducherry
Counselling sessions and cultural shows part of awareness drive
General strike peaceful
300 activists of Left parties court arrest
“Work towards AIDS-free Puducherry”
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister N. Rangasamy has said that the government allotted Rs. four crore for the Health Department this year to create awareness of HIV and check its spread. He emphasised the need to work towards AIDS-free ...
Schools told to admit students as per court order
PUDUCHERRY: As per the Madras High Court order, the Directorate of School Education has directed all schools to admit students of the same school who had passed Class X to Class XI and not to treat them as fresh admissions. The ...
3 held in autorickshaw driver murder case
PUDUCHERRY: The police on Saturday arrested three persons in connection with the murder of an autorickshaw driver, Swaminthan, on Friday evening. The accused were identified as Gopi, Sakthivel and Raj alias Raju. All of them are ...
NCP criticises Ministers’ remarks
PUDUCHERRY: President of the Puducherry unit of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) G. Sundaramoorthy on Friday flayed three Ministers for their remarks on law and order situation in the Union Territory. Referring to the remarks made by the ...
UP slashes fuel prices
Sales tax on diesel down by 4.84 p.c. and on petrol by 2.38 p.c.
UP does U-turn over Sahara para-banking arm
Withdraws letter sent to the Reserve Bank of India
Witness in Ayodhya case cross-examined
Rae Bareli: The cross examination of the second witness Aslam in the Babri masjid demolition case continued in a special CBI court here on Saturday. The statement of Aslam, a resident of Ayodhya, was recorded in the court of special ...
Life convicts ‘poisoned’
Muzaffarnagar: Two convicts, lodged in the district jail, were rushed to a hospital in serious condition, police said here on Saturday. Sonu and Rafiq, the life convicts, were rushed to the hospital in serious condition on Friday night, Jail ...
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