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Kaziranga park begins search for carcasses
Death of seven hog deer, three rhino calves and a swamp deer confirmed
Magisterial probe ordered into Rohtak firing
Ex-gratia for next of kin of deceased announced by Chief Minister
Call to launch a special drive to remove illiteracy
Governor lauds services rendered by Haryana Scouts and Guides
Prabha Rau stresses upon female literacy
Shimla: Himachal Pradesh Governor Prabha Rau on Monday laid emphasis on female literacy, saying it will lead to equality in terms of opportunities for both the sexes besides eradicating various social evils. Addressing a function here ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Malnutrition plagues many children
Mild anaemia prevails among 75 per cent of pregnant women in Puducherry
CPI flays Minister’s remarks against Opposition
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry unit of the Communist Party of India (CPI) on Monday demanded action against Minister of State for Planning and Parliamentary Affairs V. Narayanasamy for making some remarks against the Opposition parties in the ...
Five Punjab IAS officers transferred
Chandigarh: In a minor administrative reshuffle, the Punjab Government on Monday transferred five IAS officers in the State with immediate effect. Surjit Singh, Deputy Commissioner of Mansa, has been posted to Fatehgarh Sahib in place ...
Bring down Raje Govt.: Sonia
Congress president kicks off party’s election campaign in Rajasthan
A unique helpline for teachers
JAIPUR: A telephone-based information and knowledge exchange service to provide academic support to teachers and students was formally launched here over the weekend. The project has already been started on a pilot basis under the Rajasthan ...
Satyen Maitrey prize for Udaipur district
JAIPUR: President Pratibha Patil gave away the Satyen Maitrey prize for literacy to Udaipur district of Rajasthan at a function marking International Literacy Day in New Delhi on Monday. The literacy rate in the tribal-dominated district has ...
Purvanchal bandh peaceful
LUCKNOW: While no incident was reported from Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh on Monday and the Purvanchal ( Eastern Uttar Pradesh ) bandh call given by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad passed off peacefully, two persons were arrested in connection with the ...
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