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Ansari visits Mahabodhi temple
Gaya: Vice-President Hamid Ansari on Thursday visited the historic Mahabodhi Temple in Bodh Gaya, about 14 km from here. Accompanied by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and other ministers, Mr. Ansari went to the temple and prayed for ...
Former Bihar Minister dead
Patna: A former Bihar Minister Vishwa Mohan Choudhary died after prolonged illness at his house in Barh in Patna district on Thursday. He was 69. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, State Legislative Council Chairman Arun Kumar, Assembly ...
Probe will be fair: Hooda
Cops accused of rape arrested
875 crore for development works
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) at its meeting on Thursday decided to spend about Rs.875 crore on various development works, besides Rs.8 crore on street lights and conservancy in different HUDA sectors across the ...
Prepare for polls: CM
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh on Thursday urged the presidents of block units of the Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee to prepare for ensuing Lok Sabha elections. Addressing a meeting of the presidents at the party ...
Chauhan goes into poll mode
Shahdol to get division status from June 14, says Chief Minister
AIADMK for judicial probe
Flays police action against party activists
Awareness drive in rural areas planned
Move to impart lessons on early detection and prevention of disabilities
Increase in number of seats at ITIs
PUDUCHERRY: Following the recommendations from the National Council for Vocational Training to give more scope for training in vocational trades, the government will increase the number of seats in government and private Industrial Training ...
Getting community certificates will be hassle-free
AITUC backs NLC workers’ stir
PUDUCHERRY: Members owing allegiance to the All India Trade Union Congress on Thursday staged a demonstration near the head post office calling for immediate intervention of the Union government to concede the demands of the agitating contract ...
CPI stages demo over medical college project
PUDUCHERRY: Activists of the Communist Party of India on Thursday staged a demonstration protesting the “delay” in implementing the Puducherry Kamarajar Medical College and Research Institute project in the government ...
Gold ‘kavacham’ for Vinayakar
PUDUCHERRY: The presiding deity of the Manakula Vinayakar Temple will be adorned with a gold ‘kavacham’ weighing 10 kg and worth Rs.1.3 crore at 9.30 a.m. on Friday. According to Executive Officer of the temple D.Venkatesan, ...
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister N. Rangasamy on Thursday laid the foundation for the construction of tenements for sanitary workers of Oulgaret Municipality. The tenements, coming up in an area of 2,200 square feet at Sanarapet in ...
32 people released on bail
Moga: A local court on Thursday released on bail 32 people, including 16 women who were arrested by Punjab Police from three hotels here. The Sub-Divisional Magistrate ordered their release on personal bond for security. Police ...
Four booked in assault case
Phagwara: Police have booked four persons, including a senior Shiv Sena leader, for assaulting a priest and his family. Cases were registered against Gobind Karwal, his sons Neeraj Karwal and Rajinder Karwal and nephew Inderjit Karwal, ...
18 crore for panchayati training programmes in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: The Indira Gandhi Panchayati Raj Sansthan will spend Rs.18.44 crore on various training programmes and schemes during 2008-09. The annual budget for the government-run institution has been approved by its Executive Council at a meeting ...
Five killed in Rajasthan accident
Jaipur: Five persons, including a woman and three children were killed when a jeep in which they were travelling fell down from a small bridge into a rivulet in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan, a police official said. Four bodies were ...
‘Top ranking’ for Rajasthan over NREGS
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Minister Kalulal Gujjar on Thursday claimed that the Centre had given “top ranking” to the State in implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme. The Centre ...
Muslims feeling dejected in UP: minorities panel
They are the most discriminated lot among minorities in the State, says the Commission chief
SKD founder to join Congress
Allahabad: Samajwadi Kranti Dal founder Beni Prasad Verma has disclosed his intentions of joining the Congress claiming the grand old party would never tie up with Samajwadi Party which he quit over a year ago. “I will join the ...
Five killed in car-bus collision
DEHRA DUN: Five persons were killed and seven injured when their car collided with a bus coming from the opposite direction near a school in the Roorkee police station area on Thursday. They were travelling from Delhi to Hardwar. ...
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