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Congress names 68 for Haryana
First list out for October 13 polls; Chander Mohan fails to get ticket
Framing of charges against Shiney adjourned
Mumbai: A city court on Wednesday adjourned the framing of charges against actor Shiney Ahuja, arrested for allegedly raping his maid, till September 25 after the defence lawyer argued that the DNA report of the actor is negative and sought ...
Kannan files papers for Rajya Sabha seat
PUDUCHERRY: Former Speaker P. Kannan on Wednesday filed nomination for the lone Rajya Sabha seat from the Union Territory. Flanked by Union Minister of State for Planning, Parliamentary Affairs and Culture V. Narayanasamy, Chief ...
Plans afoot to hire staff for libraries on contract basis
Official hopeful that budgetary allocation increase will help
Participants invited for ex-servicemen’s rally
PUDUCHERRY: The Department of Sainik Welfare, Puducherry, has called ex-Army personnel interested in participating in an ex-servicemen rally to register their names by October 10. The rally is being organised by the Southern Command, Ministry ...
Adarsh schools to be exempted from taxes
Chandigarh: The Punjab Government has decided in principle to give exemption of various taxes to the upcoming 100 Adarsh Schools in the State. A decision to this effect has been taken in a meeting of Punjab Education Development Board ...
Youth can contribute significantly in the electoral process, says CEC
JAIPUR: Chief Election Commissioner Navin Chawla on Wednesday called upon the youths to play an active role in the election process to ensure better governance and a greater participation of people in addressing the issues of development. He ...
4,272 hamlets to get power in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: The three public sector power distribution companies in Rajasthan have released electricity connections to 4,272 hamlets and 35,301 scattered houses across the State under the “Mukhya Mantri Sabke Liye” (Chief Minister for ...
Mayawati Govt. going ahead with construction activity: Opposition
‘Work at memorials and parks being carried out unhindered’
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