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Parties give due representation to women
Raipur: At least 10 women candidates from each of the three main political parties-- BJP, BSP and the Congress--will be in the electoral fray during the Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh. While the BJP and the BSP, who are contesting ...
Student’s ‘killing’ sparks violent protest in Bhiwani
Magisterial inquiry ordered;case registered against cops
Case of ‘mistaken identity’: Police
CHANDIGARH: Senior Haryana Police officers on Monday evening regretted the unfortunate incident in which a young man was killed in an “encounter” near Bhiwani and described it as a case of “mistaken identity”. ...
Bid to improve livelihood of villagers
Naggar (Kullu): It’s a tourism of different kind in this small hamlet, tucked away in the mountainous region of Himachal Pradesh as villagers play host to tourists here, an initiative that has increased their incomes. Launched ...
M.P. Govt. stops registration of two-wheelers
Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh government has stopped the registration of two-wheelers following the High Court’s directive to the state transport department to ensure that norms made for the protection of pillion riders be followed, a ...
AI plane develops technical snag
Bhopal: An Air India plane developed a technical snag at the Raja Bhoj airport here, an aiport official said on Monday.The incident occurred late on Sunday night when the plane, which was on its way to Mumbai from New Delhi via Bhopal and ...
Smart solutions to global emissions in ICT sector
Emissions from the ICT sector are as high as aviation
Partial devolution of powers to panchayats
It was decided at a Cabinet meeting on Monday
Pondy varsity to start nursery school
PUDUCHERRY: The Pondicherry University will soon start a nursery school on the campus with 20 to 25 students, Vice Chancellor of the University J.A.K. Tareen said on Monday. Shortly after inaugurating a three-day training programme for ...
Forest Department wants Tamil Nadu to keep tab on poaching activities
Six monitor lizards rescued from Villianur, which were poached from Villupuram
PM help sought for continuance of flights from Amritsar
For Raje, Barack Obama is the winner
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje thinks the outcome of the American Presidential election is a foregone conclusion. And the winner is: Barack Obama! This was no crystal-gazing on the part of Ms. Raje. Playing host to ...
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