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Narrow escape for Minister
KISANGANJ (BIHAR), FEB. 8.The Bihar Minister for Relief and Rehabilitation, Zaheedur Rahman, escaped with minor injuries when his car collided with a truck near the Dey Market area in Kisanganj today, the police said.
Murder case against man for drowning 5 daughters
AHMEDABAD, FEB. 8.Police have registered a murder case against the man who allegedly killed his five minor daughters by throwing them into the Narmada river near Bharuch town in Gujarat on Thursday last. The case has been registered on a ...
Hooda gets bail in dowry case
CHANDIGARH, FEB.8.A Sessions Court of Ambala has granted anticipatory bail to the Leader of the Opposition in the Haryana Assembly, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, and his family members in a case of dowry harassment registered against them by the ...
'Haryana has legitimate share in Ravi-Beas waters'
Jammu & Kashmir
Killing of civilians: FIR registered against Army
SRINAGAR, FEB. 8. Thousands of people today took to the streets in Bandipore town in north Kashmir, protesting against the killing of five civilians who had been used as "human shield" by the Army in an operation to flush out militants in Argam ...
Baramulla, Uri to be developed as 'gateways' of Kashmir
SRINAGAR, FEB. 8 .With India and Pakistan agreeing to hold talks in the last week of March on the proposed reopening of the Srinagar- Muzaffarabad road, the Jammu and Kashmir Government has drawn a comprehensive plan for the development and ...
Bharti to attend grievance camps at divisional level
BHOPAL, FEB. 8.The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Uma Bharti, who has been flooded with a never-ending stream of visitors at her official residence, would now be attending special grievance redressal camps at the divisional level to personally ...
Fill vacant posts: ministerial staff
PONDICHERRY, FEB. 8. The Ministerial Staff Federation has appealed to the Government to fill vacant posts of ministerial staff, assistants and upper division clerks. A resolution to this effect was passed at the executive committee meeting, ...
Rajmata threatens stir over neglect of Jaipur
JAIPUR, FEB. 8.The former queen mother of Jaipur State, Rajmata Gayatri Devi, has warned of leading a public agitation against the neglect of the city by the authorities. From one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Jaipur has grown into ...
Cong. leaves decision to Sonia
DEHRA DUN, FEB. 8.The Uttaranchal Pradesh Congress Committee has authorized the party president, Sonia Gandhi, to finalise the names of the candidates to be fielded from the five Lok Sabha constituencies in the State. Disclosing this here ...
Trinamool seeks a foothold in Tripura
KOLKATA, FEB. 8. The Trinamool Congress is preparing to extend its sphere of influence to Tripura and is set to forge an alliance with the Indigenous Nationalist Party of Tripura (INPT) whose links with the outlawed National Liberation Front of ...
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