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Dalits ‘facing' threat; seek protection
CHANDIGARH: Former MLA and Haryana Vanchit Varg Sangharsh Samiti President Roshan Lal Arya on Sunday urged upon Congress President Sonia Gandhi to issue directions to the Haryana Government to take special measures for the protection of Dalits ...
Haryana sets up awards for women
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has instituted three State-level awards to honour those women who have excelled in various fields, Finance Minister Ajay Singh Yadav said here on Sunday. The awards are Indira Gandhi Mahila Shakti Award, ...
Hooda lauds feat of Haryana players
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said on Sunday that the results of the Commonwealth Games (CWG) had clearly shown that India was a sports power and its players could compete with the best players of other ...
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Sunday urged the Centre to give a bonus of Rs.100 per quintal on the purchase of paddy. Talking to media persons at Rohtak, he said that his endeavour was to ensure that the ...
Kullu Dussehra festival opened
Shimla: Himachal Pradesh Governor Urmila Singh on Sunday inaugurated the famous Kullu Dussehra festival by participating in the Rath Yatra of Lord Raghunath at the historic Dhalpur Ground in Kullu. About 200 deities drawn from various ...
“Don't look up to me for all solutions”
Bhopal: Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi has said that people should not always look up to him to solve their problems and try to find solutions on their own. He made this observation at a conference of youth from minorities here this ...
Power comes to MP village after 63 years
Indore: Nearly 63 years after Independence, a village situated on a hillock near here got its first ever electricity connection. Koparwel, a tiny village with 20 households, broke into jubilation when electric power lighted a bulb in one ...
Row over animal sacrifice in temple premise
BHUBANESWAR: Khurda police had to seize 132 goats to prevent those from being slaughtered on the premise of Bhagabati Temple at Banapur where the issue of animal sacrifice at places of worship reached a flash point. Although police ...
Pumpkins broken on roads despite instructions
PUDUCHERRY: P. Venkatesh was a student of the Pondicherry University when he met with an accident three years ago. Driving his two-wheeler on East Coast Road, he lost control of the vehicle which skidded. The reason for this accident was a ...
Woman run over
PUDUCHERRY: A 54-year-old woman on Saturday was killed when a private bus hit the bike she was travelling at Muthialpet. According to Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Palanivel, Roselyn Roman was riding pillion when her husband, Roman, ...
Valsaraj leaves for China
PUDUCHERRY: Home Minister E. Valsaraj will represent the Puducherry government at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai, China. According to a release, 43 cities from across the world, including Ahmedabad and Puducherry from India, were selected to ...
Punjab to sharpen skills of ten lakh youth
Chandigarh: The Punjab Government on Sunday gave green signal to a programme for developing the vocational skills of 10 lakh young people in next 10 years, to make them employable in upcoming Industry as well as in tertiary, retail and ...
Bishnois join hands with experts to save flora and fauna of Thar
JODHPUR: The Bishnoi community, for whom conservation is religion, joined the scientists researching on the flora and fauna of the desert in a first time ever joint biodiversity brainstorming on the arid lands of the Thar in Rajasthan and ...
Nippon project in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: Nippon Pipe India Private Limited of the Nippon group will set-up a steel tube components project for automobiles and motorcycles in the Japanese Zone at Majrakath in Neemrana in Rajasthan. This is the first such project by a Nippon ...
Democracy under attack in West Bengal, says CPI(M)
Fight forces of violence, Biman urges party men
Dashami celebrations mark the end of Durga Puja
Devotees throng river banks across Bengal for immersion of idols
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