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Unruly scenes mar Bihar Governor’s address
RJD-led Opposition reads out a parallel speech in Assembly
Students go berserk after ‘no’ to cheat
Seven naxalites arrested
Raipur: Seven naxalites were arrested on Tuesday from Narayanpur district of Chhattisgarh, police said. They were rounded up on Monday evening when they were on their way to the famous local festival ‘Mauli Mela’, held in the ...
Hooda flags off campaign vans
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday released a set of CDs of publicity material highlighting programmes being implemented in the State. He also flagged off publicity vans from Panchkula as part of Congress ...
Hafed Basmati rice for Britain
Company pays dividend to Himachal
SHIMLA: The public sector mini-Navratna company Sutlej Jal Vidyut Nigam on Tuesday paid an interim dividend of Rs.27.5 crore to the Himachal Pradesh Government. Company chairman H. K. Sharma and other directors handed over the dividend cheque ...
UPA partners blocking govt. formation: Soren
Giridih: The hope of forming a government in Jharkhand, which is now under President’s rule, is not yet over for JMM chief Shibu Soren even as he hinted that some UPA partners are allegedly blocking the move. “It will be known ...
Road works at Cassicade begin
PUDUCHERRY: Road works will be taken up in various parts of Cassicade constituency at the total cost of nearly Rs. 60 lakh. Member of Legislative Assembly K. Lakshminarayanan inaugurated the works on Tuesday. The Puducherry Municipality ...
Over Rs. 500 crore collected as central excise
PUDUCHERRY: A sum of Rs 523.18 crore has been collected during 2007-08 as central excise from Puducherry and adjoining districts of Tamil Nadu, Commissioner of Central Excise, Puducherry Sreela Ghosh said. In 2005-06, the Puducherry ...
DRDA interview tomorrow
PUDUCHERRY: The District Rural Development Agency (DRDA) will conduct an interview for posts of technical assistants, data entry operators and computer assistants for the National Rural Employment Guarantee scheme on Thursday. The list ...
15 IAS and 20 IPS officers transferred in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: In a major administrative reshuffle, the Rajasthan Government on Tuesday transferred 15 IAS officers and 20 IPS officers with immediate effect. According to an official release, S. Ahmed has been shifted to the State Agriculture ...
Congress, BJP assertive as session begins today
JAIPUR: A brief session of the Rajasthan Assembly starting here on Wednesday is likely to find the ruling Congress and the Opposition BJP in a combative mood. This will be the second session of the newly-elected Assembly after the Congress ...
Sariska wilderness waiting for a female beauty
JAIPUR: They are looking for young, sturdy and sociable female beauties among the tiger force at Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan. The chosen ones would be flown to the picturesque environs of Sariska in the lap of the Aravalli ...
MLA booked under NSA, confirms court
Jaya Prada offers to vacate Rampur Lok Sabha seat for Azam Khan
Lucknow: In an apparent bid to avoid internal rumblings, Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Prada has offered to withdraw her candidature if senior leader Azam Khan decides to contest from Rampur parliamentary constituency. “Jaya Prada has offered ...
UP Police finding it difficult to move against Bangladeshis
3.5 lakh immigrants from Bangladesh living in the state
Slogans mar Governor’s address in Uttarakhand
DEHRA DUN: Pandemonium marked Uttarakhand Governor B. L. Joshi’s address to the Vidhan Sabha on Tuesday with the Opposition shouting slogans urging him to go back and accusing the Khanduri Government of making false announcements to fool ...
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