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Monday, July 05, 2004
New power tariff system in soon
CHANDIGARH, JULY 4.The Haryana Government would shortly announce a rational slab system of power tariff in the State for the benefit of the people, the Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, said while addressing a public meeting at village Frehn ...
Munda or Marandi: doubts persist
RANCHI, JULY 4.The BJP will contest the coming Assembly elections in Jharkhand with collective responsibility, party's national General Secretary Rajnath Singh has said. He, however, refused to specify whether the party would fight the polls ...
`Link medicinal flora cultivation to health tourism'
BHOPAL, JULY 4.The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Uma Bharti, wants to link the cultivation of medicinal flora and manufacturing of herbal drugs in the State to health tourism just as it has been done in Kerala. Ms. Bharti made this assertion ...
Lok Adalat priority for women's issues
PONDICHERRY, JULY 4. The Lok Adalat, instituted under the Pondicherry Legal Services Authority, will hold periodical camps in villages to address issues and settle them on the spot, said Justice M. Karpagavinayagam, Madras High Court judge. He ...
Budgets continue to ignore women, farm sector
JAIPUR, JULY 4.Successive annual budgets in Rajasthan in the post- liberalization period have been increasingly cutting down on allocations on development expenditure and in the social sector. The shrinkage of budgetary provisions for health, ...
Brahmin Mahasabha to intensify stir
JAIPUR, JULY 4. The Sarva Brahmin Mahasabha has decided to intensify its agitation for reservation in employment and education to Brahmins in Rajasthan and urged the Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje, to send a proposal to the Centre for a quota to ...
Neurologist for adopting holistic approach
JAIPUR, JULY 4.Going beyond the "numerical correlation'' between science, religion and philosophy, a noted neurologist of Rajasthan has called for adopting a holistic approach towards medical treatment that takes into account spiritual well-being ...
Ajmer Urs next month
AJMER, JULY 4.The annual urs of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, which attracts pilgrims from all over the country and abroad, will begin at his dargah here next month, the dargah committee announced here today. It would begin on August 17 ...
10 injured in group clash
JAIPUR, JULY 4.At least 10 persons, including two policemen, were injured today in a clash between two groups of a community over construction of a wall at Ganvardi village, 20 km from here, the police said. Constable Kailash Chandra was ...
Speculation over BJP revamp
LUCKNOW, JULY 4.In the likelihood of a revamp in the Uttar Pradesh unit of the BJP, former Assembly Speaker who is a contender for State party president's post, Kesharinath Tripathi, today met former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee here. ...
Govt. yet to decide on Jenny's release
DEHRA DUN, JULY 4.Despite being censured by the National Commission for Women over her ``wrongful confinement'', the Uttaranchal Government is yet to decide on the release of Indira Deuri alias Jenny, who accused the former State Revenue ...
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