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‘Recruitment not in private hands’
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Transport Minister Mange Ram Gupta on Sunday clarified that the drivers in Haryana Roadways buses would be appointed from among those who had qualified their driving and interview test. The list of the selected drivers ...
HUDA to hold open auction
Chandigarh: Haryana Urban Development Authority would hold open auction of 23 commercial and five school sites on June 9 at Gymkhana Club, Sector-15-A, Faridabad. An official spokesman said here on Sunday that commercial sites to be ...
Haryana plan for recharging of ground water
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Irrigation Minister Ajay Singh Yadav said on Sunday that the State Government had chalked out a Rs.2.74-crore plan for recharging of ground water by constructing a Recharge Reservoir-cum-Escape of Mohindergarh ...
Himachal petrol pumps badly hit
State Government decides not to reduce sales tax on fuel
Himachal seeks liberal grant from Finance Commission
Couple die in mishap
Mandi: A couple was killed when their car skidded into Beas river, 35 km from here on Mandi-Kullu-Manali National Highway, police said on Sunday. Madhusudan Kapoor and his wife Vimla Devi were on their way to Jawalpur from here when their car ...
LJP to go it alone in elections
Dhanbad: Union Minister for Steel Ram Vilas Paswan on Sunday said his Lok Janshakti Party will go it alone in the upcoming Assembly and Lok Sabha elections. Mr. Paswan, while addressing a public rally here, lashed out at his political ...
Rains continue to lash Mumbai, traffic disrupted
One more dies; water-logging in many areas
Air hostess commits suicide
Mumbai: A 25-year-old air hostess allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself in a hotel here, the police said on Sunday. The body of Suchitra Anand, an air hostess with Indigo Airlines, was found in her room at the Palm Grove ...
PMK for urgent measures to ease farm sector crisis
Shortage of farmhands in villages, says Ramadoss
Fish workers want CMZ notification withdrawn
They plan to stage demonstration on June 20
Training in emergency health management
PUDUCHERRY: The Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Government of Puducherry, is organising a training programme on emergency health management for doctors and senior nurses on June 9 and 10. The department, in a release, said ...
BJP procession against fuel price rise
“Provide LPG at subsidised rate to all families having red ration cards”
Call to make yoga part of primary, higher secondary school curriculum
Use it to keep stress-induced diseases at bay, says expert
490 Sikh devotees reach Pakistan
Attari (Amritsar): The first batch of 490 Sikh devotees on Sunday went to Pakistan by Samjhauta Express from here to observe the death anniversary of fifth Sikh Guru Arjan Dev on June 16. The trip of about 1,000 devotees to Pakistan ...
Amritsar: A 26-year-old woman from Himachal Pradesh was allegedly gangraped by a railway attendant and an accomplice at the railway station here, police said on Sunday. Both the accused were arrested following a complaint by the victim to the ...
Two pilgrims killed
Phagwara: Two pilgrims were killed and six others sustained injuries, two of them seriously, when a vehicle they were travelling overturned after hitting a culvert near Chaheru village here on Sunday. The injured were admitted to a civil ...
WTO draft negotiation text to be discussed in Delhi
JAIPUR: The Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants’ Society (CECOEDECON) will raise the issue of the WTO draft negotiation text on agriculture and non-agriculture market access adversely affecting the livelihood of ...
Training programmes for discom officers
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government will organise four special training programmes for officers of the five power companies to help enhance their decision-making capacity and improve their managerial, administrative and supervisory skills and ...
Nomads clash with police, six hurt
Bhilwara (Rajasthan): Six persons, including three police personnel, were injured on Sunday in a clash between a group of nomads and police over seizure of a tractor-trolley at Pander, 75 km from here. Around 50 nomads were detained by the ...
Teachers to face flak for dismal results
Allahabad: Alarmed over the dismal results of high school and intermediate classes this year, the Uttar Pradesh government has decided to take action against the principals and teachers of under performing schools. State Minister for ...
‘Declare childhood marriage void’
Muzaffarnagar: A 21-year-old girl has approached the Shariat court seeking declaration of her wedding performed 20 years ago as illegal and void. Nafisa of Kairana town in Muzaffarnagar district said she was married to one Jabbar 20 years ago ...
Nine seriously injured
Bijnor: Nine persons were seriously injured after the Tata Sumo they were riding collided head on with a Toyota car near Azfalgarh in Bijnor district, police said on Sunday. The injured, residents of Shalimar Bagh Colony in Delhi, were going ...
Water, power for remote Uttarakhand villages soon
DEHRA DUN: A ray of hope has been kindled for water and power in remote hill villages of Uttarakhand with the successful establishment of a water supply system using a turbine at Maldevta hills near here jointly by the Uttarakhand ...
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