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Jail certificate first criterion for RJD ticket: Lalu
Patna: RJD supremo Lalu Prasad has said he would reward party tickets to only those who would show certificates for spending time in jails in course of agitation. “Being in jail for sometime will be the first criteria while ...
States’ role limited in curbing price rise: Nitish
He blames Centre’s policies and vague directions to the State governments for crisis in this regard
Rs. 25 lakh looted from bank
Ara: Unidentified gunmen looted Rs. 25 lakh from Oriental Bank near Sadar hospital in this district headquarter town of Bihar’s Bhojpur district on Monday, police sources said. Around 10 motorcycle-borne gunmen stormed the bank, ...
Students lock up Bihar engineering college
Bhagalpur: Hundreds of students on Monday locked up a State-run engineering college in Bhagalpur town to protest the alleged paucity of teachers, official sources said. The students forced the employees and authorities to move out of ...
New TV channel for Haryana sought
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has urged the Centre to provide an independent satellite TV channel for Haryana. In a written communication addressed to Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Ambika Soni, he ...
Admission date extended
CHANDIGARH: Maharshi Dayanand University in Rohtak, 70 km from Delhi, has extended the last date for admission to various courses run by its Directorate of Distance Education. According to Directorate head Prof. Narender Kumar, the last ...
Hooda hints at expansion of Ministry
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda hinted on Monday that his Council of Ministers would be expanded in consultation with party high command after the by-poll from Ellenabad on January 20. Talking to media persons at ...
Chinese officials granted visas
SHIMLA: The Indian Embassy in Beijing has finally granted visas to 11 Chinese officials of the Longjian Roads and Bridges Corporation executing the 80-km-long Theog-Rohru and 45-km-long Mehatpur-Una-Amb road construction projects in Himachal ...
Rang Mahotsav to open today
Bhopal: A nine-day festival of plays ‘Bharat Rang Mahotsav’ will be inaugurated here on Tuesday by the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. “During the festival, 15 plays of national and international ...
A boost for Khajuraho
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Government has formed the Khajuraho Tourism Development Authority to ensure development of the world heritage site into a tourist spot of international standards. Khajuraho falls in the grossly under-developed ...
Old age and good health can go hand in hand Pondy PULSE
There are more senior citizens leading an active life in Puducherry
What they say
S. Balasubramanian , Specialist Grade-I, Department of Geriatric Medicine, IGGGH and PGI: A healthy lifestyle does not start at the age of 60. It is important to maintain good health at young and middle ages to attain healthy ...
Hindu Munnani’s plea to Lt. Governor
PUDUCHERRY: Hindu Munnani has appealed to Lieutenant Governor Iqbal Singh to organise a function to celebrate Thai Pongal at Raj Nivas. The Munnani appealed to celebrate the festival and organise a feast at Raj Nivas, a release said. ...
Railway Minister thanked
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry Malayali Samjam has thanked Union Railway Minister Mamata Banerji and the territorial administration for fulfilling the long-pending demand of giving rail connectivity between Puducherry and Mahe. They would organise ...
PUDUCHERRY: Head of Department (General), Motilal Nehru Government Polytechnic College S. Udayakumar has been promoted as principal of the institution. The institution, which was started in 1961, will celebrate its golden jubilee in 2011, ...
Foreigner held with satellite phone
Jaipur: A London-based man who is on a world tour, reportedly to study climate change, was on Monday arrested in Pushkar in Rajasthan for carrying a satellite phone, allegedly without proper documents and necessary permission, a senior police ...
Mulayam cannot do politics without Amar, says Kalyan
‘Treachery and opportunism is the second name of SP chief’
Commando training for select U.P. Police personnel
Lucknow: Commando training for the first batch of 42 selected Uttar Pradesh Police personnel began on Monday at the new police lines, Kallukheda in Mohanlalganj here, according to a senior State police official. As per a decision of the ...
Party loyalists undeterred by Mulayam-Amar peace talks
Six of a family killed in mishap
DEHRA DUN: Six members of the family of Manzoor Ahmed, former MLA from Bahedi, were killed and four others critically injured when the car they were travelling in at high speed dashed into a stationary vehicle on Lal Kuan Road near Haldwani on ...
Lab de-congestion a priority: AEC Chief
‘DAE introducing new safety standards to prevent recurrence of accidents in its units’
Shah Rukh prays for Jyoti Basu’s recovery
Kolkata: Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan on Monday wished ailing Marxist patriarch Jyoti Basu speedy recovery and said the country needs people like him hale and hearty. Shah Rukh, who was in the city to attend a practice session of his ...
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