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Tuesday, January 06, 2004
Schools in Bihar closed till January 11
PATNA, JAN. 5. Authorities have ordered the closure of schools in various districts of Bihar in the wake of the gripping cold, which has affected normal life. The schools will be closed till January 11. The chilly westerly winds have made life ...
Cable operators plan strike from today
PATNA, JAN 5.To press for withdrawal of the hike in subscriptions of pay channels and rationalisation of entertainment tax imposed by the Bihar government, cable operators in the state capital have decided to go on an indefinite strike from ...
Need for more pharmacy colleges in H.P.
SHIMLA, JAN. 5.Prof. B. Suresh, president of the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), has announced all sorts of professional help to the Government in this hill state as well as the private education societies to set up degree colleges in pharmacy. ...
It rains in M.P.; cold wave continues in North
BHOPAL, JAN 5.Several parts of Madhya Pradesh including the state capital experienced mild to heavy thundershowers today. The districts adjoining Bhopal including Sehore, Vidisha, Raisen and Hoshangabad registered rains since the morning ...
Major overhaul of officials in M.P.
BHOPAL, JAN. 5.After the appointment of B.K. Saha as new State Chief Secretary late on Saturday night, the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Government in Madhya Pradesh last night brought about sweeping changes across the bureaucratic hierarchy by ...
Sheila orders tele-linking all Govt. hospitals
NEW DELHI, JAN. 5.Emphasising the need to make health services more citizen-oriented, the Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, today asked the State Health Department to work hard on the AIDS awareness programme and focus on providing health ...
Pink City to be `cleaned'
JAIPUR, JAN. 5.Beautification of Jaipur and development of the historic and scenic sites around it will form part of the package being prepared for the Pink City in the first 100 days in power by the new Bharatiya Janata Party Government in ...
`Peace education' conference begins
JAIPUR, JAN 5. Rajasthan Education Minister, Ghanshyam Tiwari, today inaugurated a ``peace education'' conference here and said the world should `unitedly' fight the ``demons'' of terrorism and ecological degradation. ``Terrorism and ...
Mulayam files nomination for Gunnaur by-election
BADAUN, JAN 5.The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, filed his nomination papers for the Gunnaur by-election here this afternoon. Mr Yadav was accompanied by Samajwadi Party national general secretary, Amar Singh, and party MP, ...
Bengal districts brace for `KLO bandh' today
KOLKATA, JAN. 5.The chairman of the Kamtapur Liberation Organsiation (KLO), Jeevan Singha, now believed to be in Bangladesh, has, through an e-mail, called for a 12-hour bandh in the six districts of north Bengal tomorrow to protest the recent ...
Steel City to come up in Kumaon
DEHRA DUN, JAN 5. The Uttaranchal government today said a Steel City will be developed in Sitarganj, Kumaon, and a Rs 17-crore Growth Centre will be set up in Kotdwar to boost industrial development of the hill state. ``The Growth Centre was a ...
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