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Hooda assured of timely completion of projects
Haryana session from Sept. 1
CHANDIGARH: The Monsoon Session of the Haryana Assembly will be held from September 1. This was announced by Chief Minister B.S. Hooda after a Cabinet meeting here on ...
Haryana to introduce new pension scheme
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Cabinet on Monday decided to introduce a new pension scheme for all the Government servants who have joined service on or after January 1, 2006. The Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, disclosed that the new ...
Relief for apple growers reviewed
Shimla: With reports of a large number of vehicles laden with apples stranded in Shimla, Kullu and other places due to rain and landslides, the State Government on Monday held a meeting to review relief and restoration operations in apple ...
Kamal Nath not in race for CM post
BHOPAL: Union Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath on Monday said here that neither he was in the race for the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister’s post nor any one was being projected by the Congress party as Chief Ministerial candidate ...
AIADMK flays private bus fare hike
“Wrong under Motor Vehicle Act”
Three new markets to come up in Puducherry soon
Municipality to carry out improvement works to existing markets
CPI (M) seeks government’s intervention
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry unit of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Monday attributed the bus fare hike imposed by the private fleet operators unilaterally to the prevailing “disharmony” in the Cabinet. In a ...
Badal unable to reach flood-affected villages
Crops in over 65,000 acres of land feared damaged in Punjab
Army’s rescue work in flood-hit areas
Jalandhar: Launching a massive operation in flood-hit areas of Punjab, the Army on Monday rescued more than 500 families and moved them to safer places. Army columns of Vajra Corps located at Jalandhar, Ferozepur and Kapurthala have ...
Training for Ministry officials
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Governor S.K. Singh on Monday called upon the financial experts to acquire knowledge of international law to confront new challenges in the present era of globalisation. He said the knowledge would help professionals in ...
Pay hike for U.P. Govt. staff, teachers
Mayawati move in line with Central pay commission recommendations
U.P. Govt. under fire over firing issue
LUCKNOW: The short session of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly got off to a stormy start on Monday as the entire Opposition stalled the House proceedings on the police firing in Ghodhi Bachherha village in Greater Noida on August 13. The Opposition ...
Dixit panel submits report
DEHRA DUN: The Uttarakhand Capital Site Selection Commission headed by Justice Virendra Dixit has submitted its report to the Chief Minister. The report will be studied by the Government and necessary action taken, a Government spokesman ...
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