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Wednesday, July 09, 2003
Chautala invites entrepreneurs to invest in Haryana
CHANDIGARH, JULY 8. Exports from Haryana have touched the Rs.10,000-crore mark, according to the Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala. He was talking to businessmen at a business meet organised by the Haryana State Industrial Development ...
Health care through Internet
CHANDIGARH, JULY 8. Sirsa in Haryana will be the first district to launch an e-health care project based on the Internet. An official spokesman disclosed here today that a computer system would be set up at the General Hospital in Sirsa which ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Geelani trying to split APHC: Sajjad Lone
JAMMU, JULY 8. The People's Conference chairman, Sajjad Lone, today accused the Jamait-e-Islami leader, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, of trying to split the All-Party Hurriyat Conference. Talking to The Hindu, Mr. Lone said Mr. Geelani was ...
Marksheets racket smashed
NEW DELHI, JULY 8. A gang allegedly involved in printing and selling fake degrees, certificates and official documents has been busted by the Special Cell of the Delhi police. Six persons, including a dismissed and a serving assistant ...
PAN card in 10 days now
JAIPUR, JULY 8.The Income-Tax Department here has adopted a new procedure for allotment of Permanent Account Numbers (PAN) by handing over the task of issuing new cards to the Unit Trust of India Investors Services Limited (UTIISL). The move is ...
Drought relief work to end in Rajasthan next week
JAIPUR, JULY 8.Employment under drought relief operations in Rajasthan is likely to come to an end by July 15. Though the State has had fairly good rain so far this season, the Government wanted to continue the relief works at least for some time ...
A pen and a perfect Basu
KOLKATA, JULY 8. Bengal today raised a toast to two of its post-Independence illustrious sons, elder politician Jyoti Basu and cricketer Sourav Ganguly who, bound by a common birthday, turned 90 and 31 today. Hundreds of children, men and women ...
Govt. officers sacked for forgery
RAIPUR, JULY 8.The Chhattisgarh Government has sacked an officer in the food department and placed another under suspension in Mahasamund district for allegedly forging important documents. Following a complaint that the duo had reportedly ...
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