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Demand for strict action against Bihar doctors
Concern over death of more than 100 patients due to strike
“Haryana emerging as education hub’
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Governor Jagannath Pahadia on Friday said that the State was emerging as an education hub in the country. Speaking as the chief guest at the annual Convocation of Maharishi Markandeshwar University in Mullana (Ambala), he ...
Paddy procurement increases in Punjab
CHANDIGARH: Government agencies and private millers in Punjab have procured more than 139.06 lakh metric tonnes of paddy so far compared to 130.96 lakh tonnes procured last year. Out of the total procurement of 139.06 lakh tonnes, the ...
‘Haryana ready to bear cost of metro link to Bahadurgarh’
CHANDIGARH: The Member of Parliament from Rohtak, Deepender Hooda, said on Friday that the Haryana Government had offered to bear the expenditure of connecting Bahadurgarh with Metro Rail. Addressing a gathering at Dadanpur village in ...
‘Haryana cane growers not affected by Centre’s price’
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said on Friday that sugarcane growers in Haryana would not be affected by the Centre’s decision to set a nationwide base price for sugarcane as the State Government had already ...
INLD challenges Hooda for public debate
CHANDIGARH: The Indian National Lok Dal on Friday challenged Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda for a public debate on “rising prices, corruption in government, alleged horse-trading of MLAs and other relevant public ...
20 villagers missing in Jharkhand
Jamshedpur: At least 20 residents of a village in West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand were reported missing since Thursday night, official sources said. Block Development Officer Arvind Kumar Lal said the residents of Durgasahi village ...
Maoists kill ration dealer
Ranchi: Suspected Maoists shot dead a ration dealer in Latehar district ahead of a day-long band called by the naxals on Friday to protest the upcoming Jharkhand Assembly polls. Latehar Deputy Superintendent of Police Ashwini Kumar said ...
Proper education continues to elude Narikurava children
Many struggle to complete even class VIII, say community members
Permits cancelled to petrol dealers
PUDUCHERRY: The Registering Authority has cancelled permits to seven petrol dealers in Puducherry and two in Karaikal regions for non payment of commercial tax. ...
CPI (M) flays government
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry unit of Communist Party of India (Marxist) has criticised the Congress government in the Union Territory for declaring section 144 of Cr. P. C to enable the civic authorities to dump garbage at Karuvadikuppam ...
PRTC implements ‘tyre card’ system
PUDUCHERRY: In order to ensure efficient utilisation of tyres and to implement effective inventory management, the Puducherry Road Transport Corporation (PRTC) has put in place, a ‘tyre card’ system. “The corporation ...
Financial assistance distributed
PUDUCHERRY: Forty-one people belonging to the Lawspet constituency, who have lost the head of their families, received financial assistance under the Rajiv Gandhi Social Security Scheme through the Department of Revenue and Disaster ...
‘Streamline garbage clearance’
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry unit of the Bharathiya Janata Party has urged the government to streamline garbage clearance in Puducherry. Delay in collecting garbage has resulted in stench and unhygienic surroundings for residents. The party ...
Rajasthan launches new e-governance project
DUDU (JAIPUR): An ambitious e-governance project for rural areas, Bharat Nirman Rajiv Gandhi e-Seva Kendra, was launched by Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in the presence of a large number of villagers here on Thursday. Mr. Gehlot ...
Regular power supply for UP industries
Lucknow: Industries in Uttar Pradesh will get power supply throughout the day as the UP Power Corporation Ltd has decided to stop load shedding in this sector beginning on Friday. “As the power situation has improved in the state, ...
Property registration fee hiked in UP
Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh Government has decided to increase property registration fee to a maximum of Rs.10,000 from December 1. At present Rs.5,000 is the maximum fee charged for registration for executing sale deed of a ...
Buddhadeb concerned over Bt-brinjal cultivation
KOLKATA: The West Bengal government has expressed concern over a proposal of the Centre to allow commercial cultivation of genetically-modified Bt-brinjal, saying that it had the potential to threaten bio-diversity, destabilise eco-systems and ...
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