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Badarpur flyover work to begin soon
Declare Jind-Bhiwani-Narnaul road as new national highway: Haryana Minister
Tight security measures in Sirsa
No one is above the law, says Hooda
‘Common man not safe in Haryana’
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Janhit Congress leader Kuldeep Bishnoi alleged on Tuesday that the Congress Government had “utterly failed in maintaining law and order in the State”. In a statement, he said there was a question mark on ...
Himachal to open milk bars at tourist destinations
Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh Milk Federation has decided to open ‘milk bar’, retail outlet to sell milk and milk related products, at prominent tourist destinations in the state. As per the plan, the first ‘milk ...
‘BJP Govt. yet to fulfil promises’
BHOPAL: Former Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee president Subhash Yadav on Tuesday charged that the BJP Government in the State had done nothing to check the menace of rising prices or meet its professed goals with regard to electricity, ...
Panchayat chiefs want Rangasamy’s resignation
“People and Ministers lost confidence in Chief Minister”
NSUI plea to Puducherry Ministers
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry unit of the National Students Union of India (NSUI) on Tuesday appealed to the Ministers to give up their “confrontationist course” with the Chief Minister. It had pleaded with them to work with ...
A chink in health armour
PUDUCHERRY: It was not a pleasant Tuesday for the patient attendants at the Indira Gandhi Government General Hospital and Postgraduate Institute (IGGGH &PI) and for those thronging the Bharathi Park, thanks to an unattended leak in the ...
New source for bio-CNG production
Rajasthan plant uses cow dung
Central funds for upkeep of national highways demanded
JAIPUR: Rajasthan on Tuesday demanded that the Centre allocate funds to the States for upkeep of national highways in proportion to the length of roads falling in their respective areas. Rajasthan is not getting the proportionate budget ...
Raje seeks more Central funds for SC/ST students
JAIPUR: Hot on the heels of announcing reservation package for Gujjars and economically backward classes, Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has sought changes in the pattern of allocation of funds by the Centre for the ...
Three pilgrims from Delhi killed
DEHRA DUN: Three pilgrims were killed and an equal number injured when the car they were travelling in from Delhi to Hemkund Sahib rolled down the hill at Rahtoli in Rudraprayag district on Tuesday. This takes to nine the number of Hemkund ...
Bangladeshi barge sinks in Hooghly
NOORPUR (West Bengal): A Bangladeshi barge, on its way to the Narayanganj inland port, sank in the Hooghly river after it ran aground hitting an island at Noorpur in South 24 Parganas district . The barge was carrying 700 tonnes of steel ...
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