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Nitish denies rift with Sharad Yadav
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday denied any differences with Janata Dal (United) president Sharad Yadav. Speaking to reporters after his “Janata Durbar”, Mr. Kumar said he was in regular touch with Mr. Yadav ...
Haryana to ply more AC buses
Yet another ‘honour killing' in Haryana
CHANDIGARH: A beheaded body of a young man found on Sunday night in a canal near Rohtak, 200 km from here, has sparked another “honour killing” row. The victim has been identified as Vikas from Panipat. His father, an ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Rise in property tax collection
Puducherry Municipality netted Rs. 72 lakh in March
Plans in place for solar power generation
LIC branches secure first position
Stern action to be taken against persons stocking spurious drugs
Action initiated against 3 retail outlets for storing expired drugs: Minister
Wheat procurement low in Punjab
In neighbouring Haryana, procurement crosses 1 lakh metric tonnes
New measures for better water management in Jaipur region
Top cops shifted
JAIPUR: In a major reshuffle of the police machinery, the Rajasthan Government has transferred 56 IPS officers, including seven Additional Directors-General of Police and 18 Inspectors-General of Police. Superintendents of Police of 14 ...
Markets re-open in violence-hit town
JAIPUR: Markets re-opened on Monday in Gangapur town of Rajasthan's Bhilwara district six days after the violence that had broken out in the wake of disturbances in a Hanuman Jayanti procession on March 30. Life appeared to be limping back to ...
RTE funds should come from Centre, asserts U.P.
Since it is a Central Act, Union Govt. should implement it
Faction war in U.P. Congress hots up
LUCKNOW: With the warring factions in the Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee unrelenting in settling scores, the All-India Congress Committee on Monday intervened to stay the expulsion of a former party spokesman. The former spokesperson, ...
Do not air differences in the open, Advani tells partymen
DEHRA DUN: The Bharatiya Janata Party leader L. K. Advani on Monday showered rich praise on the Uttarakhand Chief Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank' for steering the nascent State towards rapid development. Addressing the saffron ...
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