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Renowned veterinary surgeon retires
CHANDIGARH: Dr. Jeet Singh, Professor of veterinary surgery at Haryana Agricultural University in Hisar, retired on Monday. He has been appointed Dean of the Veterinary College of Maharana Pratap Agricultural and Technology University, ...

Haryana signs deal with private medical practitioners
To provide their services to BPL families under ‘Vikalp’ scheme

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DSP, two constables killed in blast
Ranchi: In a fresh attack, Maoists triggered a landmine blast near here killing three policemen, including a Deputy Superintendent of Police on Monday. DSP Pramod Kumar Sinha and two constables were killed near Bundu, about 60 km from ...

Madhya Pradesh
Cobbler doubles up as scribe to speak up for Dalit rights
Bhopal: Toiling in a makeshift matchbox-size shop, mending shoes or slippers Suresh Nanmehar is least likely to be known for his grasp over national issues and keen following of national newspapers. But for this cobbler from Bhopal, ...

Clerk suspected to be crucial part of kidney racket
Indore: A clerk working in the Government’s Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital and one of the four nabbed in the inter-State kidney racket busted recently at Ujjain was suspected to have played significant role in preparing fake documents in ...

Maoists blow up house of ‘informer’
Gaya: Continuing their terror tactic, the underground CPI (Maoist) rebels have blown up house of a suspected police informer and kidnapped his brother in Bihar’s naxalite-hit Gaya district. Police said on Monday nearly 100 ...

All missing Greyhound personnel feared dead
CHITRAKONDA (Malkangiri dist of Orissa): All the 35 policemen missing after Maoists fired at their motor launch in Balimela reservoir are now feared dead as none of the bodies could be traced till Monday evening. Efforts by the police ...

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Puducherry witnesses more inflow of tourists
“Puducherry beach is a major attraction for visitors”

BJP national council member removed
PUDUCHERRY: State president of Bharathiya Janata Party (BJP) M. Visweswaran on Monday said he has removed National Council Member R.V. Swaminathan and two others from the primary membership of the party as a disciplinary action. Talking ...

Truck owners to strike from July 2
PUDUCHERRY: The Pondicherry Goods Lorry Owners and Booking Agents Association would go on an indefinite strike from July 2 to demand uniform diesel price across the country. The association in a release on Monday said the government ...

Scheduled Caste body members to go on hunger protest
PUDUCHERRY: Members of the Scheduled Caste People Social Justice Movement will go on a hunger protest on Tuesday to press a number of demands including proper implementation of reservation in employment. Movement’s president A. ...

Consultation on community radio
PUDUCHERRY: The Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, in association with the Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia is conducting the third regional consultation for “Community Radio Awareness (South Zone)” on ...

Admission process suspended
PUDUCHERRY: The Directorate of School Education on Monday said the process of admission to Class XI in government higher secondary schools has been temporarily stopped. In a release issued here, the directorate said a government order ...

Power shutdown
PUDUCHERRY: There will be no power on Wednesday from 11 a.m to 3 p.m at Agaram, Porayur, Porayurpet and Ossudu, a release from the Electricity Department said. The release further said that disruption of power supply was owing to ...

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Punjab municipal council polls peaceful
Badal claims landslide victory for the Akali-BJP alliance

Take steps to bring down prices: Gehlot to Raje
JAIPUR: Congress general secretary Ashok Gehlot has asked Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje to stop blaming the Centre for the failures of the State Government and take steps to bring down prices induced by the recent increase in the ...

Officers who played key role in Gujjar stir rewarded in reshuffle

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Uttar Pradesh
U.P. seeks recall of 6 IPS officers from CBI
Among them Arun Kumar heads Noida double murder probe

13 killed as rain lashes UP, Punjab
LUCKNOW/CHANDIGARH: Thirteen people, four of them siblings, were killed in incessant rain that lashed vast areas of Uttar Pradesh and Punjab triggering house collapses and inundating low-lying areas. Major rivers, including the Ganga, ...

Three of a family killed near Jhansi
Lucknow: Three members of a family including a woman and a child were killed in Durkhuru village in Jhansi district, Home Department sources said here on Monday. Raju, his wife Parvati and daughter were killed on Sunday night in an ...

Allowance increased
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Monday increased the daily duty allowance of Home Guard volunteers. Each Home Guard will get a payment of Rs 126 per day, an increase from Rs 100 per day for duty in district of their ...

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