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Iqbal, Vaithilingam extend Bakrid greetings
PUDUCHERRY: Lieutenant Governor Iqbal Singh and Chief Minister V. Vaithilingam have extended their Bakrid greetings to the people of Puducherry. In his message, Mr. Singh said that the festival symbolises the spirit of supreme sacrifice ...
Dairy cooperatives praised
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Minister of State for Dairies Babulal Nagar on Tuesday praised the role of dairy cooperative societies in providing financial support to women in the rural areas and said the cooperative model of economy could solve the ...
Woman Maoist leader surrenders before police
KOLKATA: Rumpa Mahato, a self-styled Maoist “deputy area commander” in the Nayagram area of West Bengal's Paschim Medinipur district, surrendered before the police at the Bankura district police lines on Tuesday. “She ...
Four poachers caught trying to sell tiger skin
KOLKATA: A team from the Sunderbans Tiger Reserve (STR) has arrested four persons for poaching in Baruipur in West Bengal's South 24 Parganas district. They were produced in court and remanded to judicial custody on Tuesday. In an ...
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