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UPA Government has lost respect, credibility: Nitish
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday alleged that the UPA government at the Centre has lost the “respect and credibility” after the trust vote. “A strange government is functioning at the Centre as ...
BJP hoping to spoil Jogis’ party in Chhattisgarh
Election blitzkrieg launched against the husband-wife duo
Straight contests in Chhattisgarh
RAIPUR: The contest is mainly between the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress in the ongoing elections for the 90-member Chhattisgarh Assembly. But there are some pockets where the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), the Nationalist ...
Haryana keen to strengthen infrastructure: Minister
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has spent 37 per cent of the State budget on strengthening the basic infrastructure during the past three and a half years, Finance Minister Birender Singh said on Monday. Addressing a press conference ...
Forest Department starts topping trees
It will help to prevent damage to houses, people
LAW AND ORDER
A challenging task for Puducherry police
Police may use services of Special Branch personnel to monitor gang activities, writes Rajesh B. Nair
RAJASTHAN ELECTIONS 2008
Another BJP leader revolts, files papers as Independent
Kirori Lal Meena had quit as Minister over Gujjar stir
Natwar Singh ’s son joins BJP
JAIPUR: In what appeared to be a knee jerk reaction to the exit of Vishvendra Singh, scion of the erstwhile ruling family of Bharatpur, from the party two days earlier, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Monday admitted former External Affairs ...
River dolphins getting a new lease of life
‘LIM system better than the one used in Delhi Metro’
Varanasi: The Linear Induction Motor (LIM) rail metro system developed by the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) can save over 100 crore per kilometre if adopted for the proposed metro project here in place of conventional metro system, used in ...
Rare trees felled in Howrah botanical garden
KOLKATA: Over 100 rare trees have been chopped down in the Botanical Survey of India garden at Shibpur in Howrah district reportedly as part of a development programme, prompting an inquiry by the West Bengal government. Forest Minister ...
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