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Haryana to soon get RTI helpline
BT Cotton seeds now at low prices
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana State Cooperative Supply and Marketing Federation (HAFED) has made 12.50 lakh packets of BT Cotton seeds of all varieties available to farmers of the State, at reasonable prices to encourage cotton ...
Olympic heroes to become DSPs
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, on Friday announced that all four players of Haryana who had reached quarter finals in their respective events at Beijing Olympics would be appointed as Deputy Superintendent of ...
A monthly power agenda
CHANDIGARH: The Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam and the Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam will implement an annual schedule to help consumers. A spokesman said here on Friday that the Superintending Engineers would hold ‘Bijli ...
Drive against fake ration card holders in Himachal
Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh Government will launch a special drive to check illegal and fake ration card utilisation and deliver benefits of the subsidised essential commodities only to bonafide card holders. Chief Minister Prem ...
SFI sweeps Himachal university elections
SHIMLA: The CPI (M) supported Students Federation of India won three of the four key seats in the prestigious Himachal Pradesh University polls on Thursday. The Union also won majority seats of Departmental Representatives on the campus. It ...
The once-commuter-friendly autorickshaws are in reverse now
“Minimum fare needs to be revised as it was fixed in 2001 when petrol sold at Rs. 26 a litre”
“Create awareness of hypospadias through special campaigns, media”
PUDUCHERRY: Lieutenant Governor Govind Singh Gurjar on Friday stressed the importance of conducting awareness campaigns in rural areas on corrective surgery for hypospadias through special educational campaigns and mass media. ...
Pawar assures Badal of increase in paddy MSP
It will be done to compensate the expenses of farmers
Central team to visit flood-hit areas
CHANDIGARH: The Union Government on Friday announced that a Central team would visit the affected areas to assess the quantum of damage and loss of human lives during the recent floods in Punjab. Subsequently, it would announce suitable ...
Jaipur to host builders’ meet in December
JAIPUR: The construction industry expects huge investments in the country in the next five years in areas related to road construction, railways, airports, power plants and urban infrastructure both by the private and the Government sectors. ...
Heavy rain, floods claim over 700 lives in U.P.
1.56 lakh people rendered homeless
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