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Haryana Sikhs put off Gurdwara take-over
Kurukshetra: The Sikhs of Haryana on Monday decided to postpone their programme of taking over the 6th Patshahi Gurdwara here as part of their demand to set up the Haryana Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee (HSGPC) to manage the affairs ...
Atlas on important coastal marine biodiversity areas soon
Of the 400 sites shortlisted, two are in Puducherry, says official
Voluntary blood donation up
PUDUCHERRY: Over the past few years, voluntary blood donation in the Union Territory has increased gradually, thanks to an increased awareness, especially among the youth. Yet, there is a large scope for improvement. At present, ...
DMK workers send telegrams to Manmohan
PUDUCHERRY: Activists of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam in Puducherry have sent more than 5,000 telegrams to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, seeking his “immediate intervention to stop the genocide of Tamils in Sri ...
Punjab constitutes team to probe felling of trees
Chandigarh: Punjab Forests Minister Tikshan Sud on Monday constituted a ten-member inquiry team under the chairmanship of the Chief Conservator of Forests (Forest Protection), Kuldeep Kumar, to probe illegal felling of trees in the Kandi Area. ...
Probe into purchase of gunny bags sought
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab unit of the Congress on Monday demanded a high-level probe by a Central agency into purchase of gunny bags for transport and storage of the paddy crop that has begun to arrive in the various grain ...
‘Reign of terror’ in Dalit locality
Alleged bid to grab their land for constructing commercial complexes
Rajasthan discoms to go online
JAIPUR: The three public sector power distribution companies in Rajasthan have decided to launch an information technology-enabled programme for making their work transparent and consumer-centric through e-governance. The new drive will start ...
SP talks of contesting all U.P. seats
Party’s Executive meet begins
Central status for Kumaon varsity sought
DEHRA DUN: Uttarakhand Chief Minister B. C. Khanduri has urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to take personal interest in facilitating grant of Central status to Kumaon University. Thanking Dr. Singh for granting Central status to ...
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