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Arunachal employees suspend proposed stir
ITANAGAR: The Central government employees of Arunachal Pradesh have suspended their proposed agitation following an assurance by the State Finance Minister, Kaliko Pul, that their pay scale would be revised from New Year Day. The ...
Pension for freedom fighters raised
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has enhanced the monthly ‘Samman’ pension for freedom fighters and their widows from Rs.5,125 to Rs.5,500 with effect from December 3, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda announced here. The ...
5,850 polio booths to be set up in Himachal
SHIMLA: More than 5,850 polio booths are to be set up to cover 7.24 lakh children in the 0-to-5-years age group across the Himachal Pradesh under the Pulse Polio Immunisation Campaign. Announcing this here on Thursday, State Chief ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Campaign for fifth phase of J&K elections ends
Voting to be held in 11 segments on Saturday
Ajmal names terror trainers
Training was imparted under the Lashkar banner: Police
Drop in fatal accident cases in Puducherry
Attributed to steps taken by traffic police, awareness programmes
“Meltdown has negated elitist approach of planners ”
CHANDIGARH: Citing his impressions after the recent International Co-operative Alliance’s regional meeting in Hanoi in Vietnam, Punjab’s Co-operation Minister Kanwaljit Singh said on Thursday that the global meltdown had actually ...
Suspense over, Gehlot to be Rajasthan Chief Minister
‘We will provide a transparent, responsible, responsive Govt’
Spurious liquor tragedy toll 16
JAIPUR: The toll in the spurious liquor tragedy in Hanutpura village near Shahpura in Jaipur district went up to 16 with 10 more persons succumbing to internal wounds on Thursday. The liquor was distributed in Hanutpura, Amarsar and ...
UP challenges High Court order
Allahabad: The Uttar Pradesh government on Thursday moved the Allahabad High Court challenging a single judge’s order setting aside the dismissal of more than 18,000 police personnel on the ground of irregularities in their recruitment ...
12-year-old girl killed by leopard in Uttarakhand
DEHRA DUN: A 12-year-old girl was killed by a leopard in the Jhajara range of jungles in Vikasnagar town of the district in Uttarakhand, officials said on Thursday. The incident occurred when Shanti Thapa and her neighbour went to fetch ...
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