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Rs. 500-crore Central aid for Assam flood relief
Guwahati: Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Sunday announced Rs. 500 crore Central assistance for relief and rehabilitation of the flood-affected people of Assam. He also promised more assistance, if the State government required, for ...
Jammu & Kashmir
‘Medical aid to poor is a challenge’
Bhopal: Ensuring access to medical facilities for all sections of society, especially the poor and the rural population, is a paramount challenge before the country, Chief Justice of India K.G. Balakrishnan said here on Sunday. ...
Pay panel recommendations to be implemented from September
Lt. Governor approves Cabinet’s decision to disburse salary
Today holiday in Puducherry
PUDUCHERRY: The territorial government on Sunday announced that Monday had been declared holiday for all government offices and educational institutions on account of the birth centenary of former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu C.N. ...
250 crore package for Patiala
CHANDIGARH: As part of the Punjab Government’s drive to put major towns in the global orbit, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Sunday unfolded a Rs. 250-crore development package for Patiala, covering infrastructure augmentation and ...
SAD-BJP alliance sweeps Municipal Council polls
Punjab polls marred by incidents of violence
Muslim protestors slapped with ‘harsh’ sections
Fact-finding team of the Rajasthan Muslim Forum visits Jodhpur, Kota over the last week-end
Raje getting provoked by Sonia visits: Gehlot
JAIPUR: Congress general secretary Ashok Gehlot has asked Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje to “restrain herself from getting provoked” by the visits of Congress president Sonia Gandhi to the State. Every time Mrs. Gandhi ...
Tie-up with RLD will harm BJP: Kalyan
‘The party will be wiped out in Western Uttar Pradesh if a pact is clinched’
Uttarakhand urged to frame policy for the physically-challenged
DEHRA DUN: Avdhash Kaushal, chairperson of the Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra (RLEK) has urged the Uttarakhand Government to immediately frame a policy for the welfare of the physically-challenged persons in the State. RLEK was ...
Basu undergoes CT scan
KOLKATA: The condition of veteran Marxist leader Jyoti Basu is stable, doctors attending on him at a city hospital said on Sunday. He underwent a CT scan and his clinical parameters were normal, they added. Mr. Basu was hospitalised on ...
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