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Five held guilty for Papiya Ghosh murder
Patna: A fast track court on Thursday convicted five persons, including an advocate, in the sensational murder of eminent History professor Papiya Ghosh and her maid servant Malti in December 2006. Fast track court judge Om Prakash ...
Haryana to develop tourist circuit
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has decided to develop Gurgaon, Pinjore and Karnal as Meeting Incentive Conference Event (MICE) destinations, announced Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Thursday after presiding over the first meeting ...
Welfare activities initiated
CHANDIGARH: Aravali Power Company, a joint venture of Haryana Power Generation Corporation, Delhi Government and NTPC, has initiated various developmental and welfare activities in the area surrounding Indira Gandhi Super Thermal Power Project ...
Major relief for Haryana schools
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Thursday announced major concessions for private schools. These include exemption from seeking Change of Land Use (CLU) and No Objection Certificate (NoC) for recognition of ...
SEZ is accumulation by dispossession, say scholars
SHIMLA: Amid a series of brainstorming sessions in the academic environs of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study here, a national conference on special economic zones that began here on Thursday seemed heading towards a broad understanding ...
Jamuna Devi recovering
Bhopal: The condition of Leader of Opposition in Madhya Pradesh Assembly, Jamuna Devi, is stable and she is likely to be discharged from the hospital in the next two-three days. Jamuna Devi was hurt in a road accident on Wednesday, ...
Corpus fund for rescue and relief will be ready
Minister favours automatic weather stations in Mahe, Yanam
“Communication skill, common sense, right attitude hold key to job market”
Two-day off-campus recruitment at Pondicherry University
DYFI meet to focus on Dalit issues
Sitaram Yechury likely to address rally on September 29
Final phase of counselling from September 22
PUDUCHERRY: The third and final phase of counselling for admission to biology-based courses and engineering courses will begin on September 22 and 24 respectively for all categories. According to a release from the Centralised Admission ...
More students from south opting for U.K. education
PUDUCHERRY: The number of students opting for education in the United Kingdom from south India has gone up, with a 38 per cent increase in registration last year. Students from cities other than Coimbatore, Mangalore, Cochin and a few ...
Union Cabinet decision soon on international airport at Tirupati
It is pointed out that people from abroad land at Chennai, Hyderabad or Bangalore airports to come to the temple
Technical colleges claim loss
CHANDIGARH: The private technical colleges in Punjab have demanded “adequate financial compensation” from the State Government saying they have lost over Rs.170 crore due to delayed counselling for admission to various courses in ...
Congress fails to deliver first list
Changes in guidelines for candidates’ selection in Rajasthan
Muslims upset over putting ‘zakat’ under scanner
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