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JD(U) wants Central schemes scrapped
NEW DELHI: The Janata Dal (United) on Sunday demanded that the Central schemes be scrapped and the funds allocated for these schemes be transferred to the States so that they could use them for programmes relevant to their needs. Party ...
Bihar yet to get money: Nitish
New Delhi: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday slammed the Union government, saying the State is yet to receive money for rehabilitation of last year’s Kosi flood victims. Mr. Kumar said he again wrote a ...
Advani cannot be held solely responsible for BJP’s defeat: Venkaiah
The elephant’s march is slow and uncertain in Maharashtra
Mumbai: The social engineering marvel that the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) created seems to have snagged in Maharashtra. As results of the 2009 Lok Sabha came in, it became evident that the much talked about ‘BSP factor’ had ...
SP to dissolve State units
NEW DELHI: Not happy with its performance in the recent Lok Sabha elections, the Samajwadi Party on Sunday decided to dissolve all its State units and front organisations with a view to re-organising them and making them more effective. ...
Use rural development funds fully, says Agatha
GUWAHATI: Minister of State for Rural Development Agatha K. Sangma on Sunday called for increasing the capacity of north-eastern States to absorb the funds allocated to them by the Centre. Ms. Sangma said that though the Centre was ...
Special cell to probe death of two J&K women
SRINAGAR: The south Kashmir town of Shopian continued to reel under heightened tension as protests against the mysterious death of two young women continued for the second day. The police have set up a Special Investigation Cell to ...
U.S., U.K. seek observer status at IONS
NEW DELHI: The U.S. and U.K. have sought observer status in the fledging Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS), an initiative of the Indian Navy to bring together littoral states in the region to arrive at a common understanding of regional ...
Buddhabeb visits Aila-hit areas
KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee faced angry protests on Sunday against alleged inadequate relief from sections of victims of the storms brought about by Cyclone Aila while visiting some of the relief camps ...
‘Missing’ persons cases in Goa linked to serial killings?
PANAJI: As serial killer Mahananda Naik confessed he had murdered 16 persons, with victims spread over several years and four taluks of the State, the Goa police on Saturday announced that ‘missing’ cases would receive serious ...
New tobacco warnings may take a month
KOLKATA: According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare notification, all packaging of tobacco products must carry pictorial warnings with effect from Sunday, but experts here say it may take a month for them to actually appear on the ...
Vinod Saxena takes charge as DG Medical Services(Navy)
NEW DELHI: Surgeon Vice Admiral Vinod Kumar Saxena, will take over as Director General Medical Services (Navy) on Monday. The Admiral graduated from JLN Medical College, Ajmer, and studied MS (Gen Surgery) at Bombay University. ...
Will not turn a blind eye to Satyam layoffs: Khursheed
New Delhi: The government on Sunday said it would not turn a “blind eye” to the issue of layoffs in scam-tainted Satyam Computer Services, which has now been acquired by Mahindra and Mahindra group firm Tech Mahindra. ...
Autonomous council chief remanded to police custody
GUWAHATI: The arrested chief executive member of the North Cachar Hills Autonomous Council (NCHAC), Mohit Hojai, and R.H. Khan, an official of the Social Welfare Department, were remanded to police custody for two days by the court of the ...
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