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Centre blames Bihar Govt. for flood miseries
“Disaster was avoidable if Centre was alerted on time”
Haryana to issue cards to 11 lakh BPL families
Selected Below Poverty Line, Scheduled Castes families to get 100 square yards residential plots in September
Mob blocks Ambala-Hisar highway
Kurukshetra: The Ambala-Hisar highway was blocked for four hours by a mob protesting the death of a motorcyclist in a bus accident. Ved Prakash, a commission agent riding on a motorcycle, was crushed to death under the wheels of a ...
Nominations for award invited
CHANDIGARH: The Women and Child Development Department, Haryana, has invited nominations from women for ‘Stri Shakti Puraskar,’ 2007. The award was instituted to recognise the services of those women who have done commendable ...
‘Need to enhance nutrition in India’
CHANDIGARH: Wheat & Barley Research Workers Meet, which had concluded at Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural Univesity (CCS HAU), Hisar, on Wednesday recommended initiation of collaborative researches by the breeders and scientists ...
Himachal to build separate entry and exit passages to temples
Security to be increased at shrines
Focus on reducing middle school dropout rate
Steps to achieve zero dropout rate up to Standard X by 2012 are on the anvil
Bird lovers aflutter with anxiety over poaching of migrant winged visitors
PUDUCHERRY: With the Ousuteri Lake and the Bahour Lake brimming with water, Puducherry has been emerging as a sanctuary for as many as 50 species of migrant birds from the southern States, besides becoming a transit point for flamingos which ...
Second phase of counselling from Monday
PUDUCHERRY: The Centralised Admission Committee (CENTAC) will start the second phase of counselling for admission to biology-based courses and LL.B on August 25. The process will go on till August 28. According to a press release, ...
Oran Forum for legal status to sacred groves and a State Bio-diversity Board
JAIPUR: Concerned over the degradation and disappearance of ‘Orans’ or sacred groves due to lack of upkeep and their growing irrelevance, a group of activists, academicians and environmentalists have asked the government to ...
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