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Call off strike, court tells varsity staff
Patna: The Patna High Court on Thursday asked the Bihar State Universities and Colleges Employees Federation to withdraw their indefinite strike within 48 hours so that normal functioning of the educational institutions can be restored from ...
Classes begin at IIT Patna; inauguration later
Patna: After months of suspense, classes at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Patna commenced on Thursday while the formal inauguration will take place at a later date. Union Minister for Human Resource Development Arjun ...
Haryana set to cross power target
Power purchase and share purchase agreements for 3,044 MW signed
Six IAS officers shifted in Haryana
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has issued orders for transfer of six IAS officers with immediate effect. Hardeep Kumar, Commissioner and Secretary, Animal Husbandry and Dairying, has been given additional charge of Commissioner and ...
Minister sees injustice to M.P. tribals
‘Forest Rights Act not being implemented’
Opposition parties in Puducherry criticise Ministers’ stand
“They should attend the Cabinet meeting whenever the Chief Minister convenes it”
Five cops sacked for role in drug trade
They allegedly accepted bribe from a drug-trafficker who was held with heroin, smack last month
New Akal Takht Jathedar installed
Amritsar: Giani Gurbachan Singh took 36 years to rise from “sewadar” to Jathedar of Akal Takht (highest Sikh temporal seat) to which he was installed here on Thursday amid tight security in the periphery of Harmandar Sahib (Golden ...
“Municipal councils should launch helpline services”
JAIPUR: Planning for municipal council areas in Rajasthan needs to be done for at least ten years in advance after identifying the needs on a long-term basis, while various schemes should be executed in a time-bound manner. Making these ...
States seek curbs on speeding vehicles
JAIPUR: Five northern States have backed a suggestion put forth by Rajasthan to amend the law enacted in 1988 to control overloading and high speed of heavy vehicles. The support came at a conference of State Transport Ministers in New Delhi ...
Railways eye African market to export locomotives
Mamata receives threat call, SMS
Kolkata: The Trinamool Congress leadership has alleged that party chief Mamata Banerjee received a telephone call as well as an SMS (short messaging service) on her mobile around 8 p.m. on Tuesday holding threat to her life. Asked if the ...
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