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Haryana Sikhs to decide ‘future action’ on March 29
Sirsa: The Haryana Sikhs would decide their future course of action at the ‘Sikh Sammelan’to be held at Kurukshetra on March 29, Jagdish Singh Jhinda, the president of the HSGPC (adhoc) said on Thursday. made it clear that ...
Himachal medical college re-opens
New Principal announces measures to curb menace of ragging
Doctors remove five-foot-long iron rod from boy’s torso
Ranchi: An eight-year-old boy, who had been impaled by a five-foot-long iron rod on his torso, was successfully operated here, doctors said. Mihir fell on the end of a rod, which was left standing from an under-construction structure on a ...
Sushma never objected to my candidature: Joshi
Bhopal: Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kailash Joshi on Thursday said senior BJP leader Sushma Swaraj had never objected to his move to contest the Lok Sabha elections from Bhopal. Mr. Joshi, who won from Bhopal for the first time ...
Judicial probe demanded into violence
Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) President Suresh Pachouri here on Thursday demanded for a judicial probe into the communal violence in Mahidpur town in Ujjain district, a party release said. Mr. Pachouri also demanded a ...
Luther L. Terry award for Dr. K. Srinath Reddy
MUMBAI: An Indian physician is among six winners of the prestigious Luther L. Terry awards presented by the World Conference on Tobacco Or Health here. Dr. K. Srinath Reddy is a practising physician and a world leader in preventive ...
Chandigarh police get custody of IPS officer
Mumbai: The special NDPS court here on Thursday granted the Chandigarh police custody of arrested Indian Police Service(IPS) officer Saji Mohan in connection with a case of embezzlement and criminal conspiracy case registered against him. ...
Energetic exploration of alternatives
Expo promotes use of such devices, system
Rajasthan plans new laws on land mutation
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has decided to frame new rules for bringing about uniformity and transparency in the land mutation and regularisation process in urban areas. The existing procedure will be simplified for the benefit of ...
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