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RJD demands CBI probe into exams
Patna: Charging the Bihar Public Service Commission with committing large-scale irregularities in conducting the preliminary test, the main opposition RJD on Wednesday demanded a CBI probe into the irregularities. Large-scale ...
Sainik School entrance exam on Jan. 4
CHANDIGARH: The All-India Sainik Schools Entrance Examination for admission to 70 seats in Class VI and 12 seats in Class IX of Sainik School, Kunjpura, and 80 seats in Class VI of Sainik School, Rewari, for the 2009-10 session will be held at ...
Haryana for smooth power supply
Overloaded feeders to be bifurcated
Jammu & Kashmir
Kashmir gets first snowfall of the season
Shimla records 12.9 mm rainfall; more rain likely in several Himachal areas
Congress giving terrorism a communal shape: Advani
BSP says no to pre-poll deal in M.P.
Indore: Rejecting possibility of any pre-poll alliance, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party on Wednesday said that it will contest the coming Assembly election in Madhya Pradesh all alone. The party has two ...
Gang of Pardis arrested
Bhopal: Police claim to have smashed a gang of Pardi tribals allegedly involved in several dacoities across the country including two in Shahpura and Arera Colony here. The gang was arrested from a village in Shivpuri district by the Crime ...
Construction of houses to begin in a few days
1,400 houses to be constructed at the cost of Rs. 90 crore for tsunami-affected persons in Kalapet
Educational channels may become part of DTH bouquet of Doordarshan
Union Minister inaugurates documentary film fete at Pondicherry University
Paddy arrivals picking up
Hafed tops procurement list
Student killed in Patiala clash
Patiala: Alleged security lapses at the ongoing inter-zonal youth festival of Punjabi University in Gursewak Singh Physical College have taken the life of one student in a clash of two groups. Gurpal Singh Cheema (27) of village ...
No tax for Alwar vehicles in NCR
Tourists visiting Sariska, Silisedh and Bhartrihari to benefit most
Craft fair ‘Craft Ind-2008’ begins today
JAIPUR: A craft fair, “Craft Ind-2008”, will begin at the Urban Haat here on Thursday to showcase the handicraft products of various States and provide direct marketing facility to crafts persons. The fair, 14th in a series ...
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