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Case filed against Jindal for poll code violation
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana police, following orders of the Election Commission, have registered a case for alleged violation of the code of conduct for elections against Congress MP and industrialist Navin Jindal in Kurukshetra. Mr. Jindal ...
Chandigarh villages neglected: Dhawan
CHANDIGARH: The Bahujan Samaj Party candidate for the lone Lok Sabha seat from Chandigarh, Harmohan Dhawan, on Wednesday accused the Congress candidate, Union Minister of State for Finance Pawan Kumar Bansal, of “neglecting the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
A school that offers eco lessons worth learning
Students turn Government Middle School into an eco-friendly institution
Congress-PMC talks under way in Delhi
PUDUCHERRY: Talks between the Congress and the Puducherry Munnetra Congress for reaching a mutual agreement have shifted to New Delhi. This follows the PMC’s demand for a Rajya Sabha seat in return for their support to the Congress ...
Open house of environment projects held
PUDUCHERRY: An open house of environment projects was conducted at Lycee Francais on Wednesday. Projects on exhibition about mangroves, ecological labyrinth, water management and waste management were presented by students from Class VI ...
BSP changes candidate in Punjab
Chandigarh: The BSP on Wednesday named a former bureaucrat as its replacement for Fatehgarh Sahib (Reserve) seat, saying the nominee was not up to the mark. Former Uttar Pardesh cadre IAS officer Rai Singh replaced Gurnam Singh Sewak, ...
Punjab rice millers threaten agitation
Four persons run over by truck
Ludhiana: Four persons were runover by a truck near Kailash Nagar on GT road byepass here on Wednesday. They all died on the spot, police said. The driver of the truck managed to escape after the accident, police said. The ...
Kanwaljit’s son rejoins party, not to contest poll
Chandigarh: In a flip flop Jasjit Singh Bunny, the only son of senior Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) leader Kanwaljit Singh, who died in a road accident recently, on Wednesday “rejoined” the ruling party five days after he had ...
Party-hopper to target Congress
Chandraraj Singhvi joins Janata Dal (United) as national general secretary
Mayawati gives top post to official axed by EC
Accuses the poll panel of political bias
Congress should have decided to go solo much earlier: Azad
Allahabad: Defending the Congress’ decision to go it alone in states like Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, senior party leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Wednesday said the party would have been better off if it had taken the decision a year ...
Uttarakhand Govt. proposes SAZs for food security, employment
Dehra Dun: With an aim to protect farmland and achieve food security in the State, the Uttarakhand Government has drafted a policy, which will focus on the development of Special Agriculture Zones (SAZs). “SAZs are just like ...
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