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Haryana curbs on foreign visit
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has decided that no officer willl be allowed to undertake more than two official foreign visits in a financial year irrespective of which agency bears the cost. An official spokesman said on Thursday ...
200 crore for upgradation of tourist complexes in Haryana
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Tourism will spend Rs. 200 crore on upgradation of its tourist complexes across the State during the next two years, Tourism Minister Om Parkash Jain told media persons here on Thursday. Out of this, Rs. 33 crore ...
Pinjore festival opens today
CHANDIGARH: Union Tourism Minister Kumari Selja will inaugurate the three-day Pinjore Heritage Festival at the historic Pinjore Gardens near here on Friday. Talking to media persons, Haryana Tourism Minister O. P. Jain said Governor ...
CPI (M) asks Jharkhand Govt. to protect people's land rights
RANCHI: Jharkhand Communist Party of India (Marxist) secretary J. S. Majumdar on Thursday appealed to the Arjun Munda Government to immediately and effectively enforce the provisions of Section 46(1) (b) of the Chhotanagpur Tenancy Act, 1908, ...
‘Barkatullah varsity robbery cracked'
Bhopal: With the arrest of six persons and recovery of goods worth Rs.18 lakh from them, the police on Thursday claimed to have busted a gang of thieves that committed thefts in Barkatullah University and burgled a bank. “The gang ...
Training for ryots to improve tree cover
PUDUCHERRY: In an attempt to improve tree cover in the Union Territory, the Forest Department on Thursday conducted a field trip for 40 farmers to villages in Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu as part of its two-day training programme on ...
Two NSA detenus released
PUDUCHERRY: Two persons, who were detained under the National Security Act (NSA), have been released following an order from the Union Ministry of Home Affairs. Logu Ayappan and Sakthivel, who were involved in the alleged attempt to ...
PUDUCHERRY: The Centre has sanctioned a sum of Rs. 51 crore to the territorial administration for taking up infrastructure projects. The amount has been allocated to the Union Territory for taking up tourism related and other infrastructure ...
VIP copter crashes in Chandigarh
CHANDIGARH: A Pawan Hans helicopter hired by the Punjab government crashed on Thursday at the Chandigarh airport immediately after take off. The pilot and his deputy suffered minor injuries. At least four fire tenders were used to douse the ...
MoU signed for gum testing laboratory
JAIPUR: Rajasthan State Industrial Development & Investment Corporation and Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority here have signed a memorandum of understanding for setting up a guar gum testing laboratory ...
Lupin sets up farmers' knowledge centres
JAIPUR: The Lupin Human Welfare and Research Foundation has established “Kisan Gyan Kendras” (farmers' knowledge centres) in 21 villages of Bharatpur district to provide agriculturists with the latest information on farm ...
New high-speed train route sanctioned
Meerut: A new high-speed train route between Anand Vihar in Ghaziabad and Meerut has been sanctioned, officials said here on Thursday. The route, sanctioned at a meeting on Wednesday, has been surveyed by Delhi Integrated Multi Modal ...
Congress leader hits back at Aligarh V-C
Aligarh: Senior Congress leader and former Rajya Sabha MP Wasim Ahmad on Thursday took strong objection to Aligarh Muslim University Vice-Chancellor P. K. Abdul Azis' charge that he was carrying out a “vilification campaign” ...
Shopkeepers identify engineer
Dehra Dun: The software engineer who allegedly killed his wife, cut her body into pieces and hid them in a deep freezer for nearly two months here was on Thursday taken to the shops from where he had purchased the electric grinder and the ...
West Bengal lodges FIR against Railways
For violating Inland Fisheries Act
Police move court against five Maoists
KOLKATA: Police have moved an application in a court here for enforcing the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, against Sudip Chongdar alias Kanchan, State secretary of the Communist Party of India (Maoist), and his four associates who ...
Three killed as train rams vehicle
Howrah: Three persons were killed and two seriously injured when the vehicle they were travelling in was hit by a local train at an unmanned level crossing near here on Thursday, according to South Eastern Railway sources. The train ...
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