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New industrial policy soon: Hooda
NEW DELHI, APRIL 7.The Haryana Government will come out with a new industrial policy turning the spotlight on building world-class infrastructure, simplified rules and regulations. The state Government will work towards attracting investments and ...
Snowfall in Himachal
SHIMLA, APRIL 7.The high altitude areas in tribal belt and other higher reaches and mountain passes in Himachal Pradesh had another spell of moderate snowfall while the midhills including the state capital were lashed by storm accompanied by rain ...
Wild dogs found dead in Kanha
BHOPAL, APRIL 7.Many wild dogs were recently found dead under mysterious circumstances in the buffer zone of the prestigious Kanha Tiger Reserve of Madhya Pradesh. According to initial reports reaching here, at least 10 wild dogs were found ...
Mumbai police face flak for note on journalists
MUMBAI, APRIL 7.The Mumbai Police Commissioner, A.N. Roy, today came under fire in both Houses of Maharashtra Legislature for his circular, which prohibits subordinate police officers from providing information to journalists. The Opposition ...
`Delay in sanction of financial aid to poor patients'
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 7. Members cutting across party lines today protested the delay in the sanctioning of financial assistance to the poor for undergoing treatment for critical diseases and in processing applications submitted by patients seeking ...
Rectify shortcomings in health sector, says Speaker
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 7. The Speaker of the Pondicherry Assembly, M.D.R. Ramachandran, today provided a touch of philosophy during a debate on the Government seeking more grants for some departments, including the health department. During ...
Badal hits out at CM for green signal to flying academy
LUDHIANA, APRIL 7.Former Chief Minister and president of Shiromani Akali Dal-Badal, Parkash Singh Badal, today criticised the State Government for allowing chief parliamentary secretary Milkiat Singh Birmi to start his flying academy from the ...
Rozgar Yojana targets will be met: Minister
JAIPUR, APRIL 7.The Rajasthan Industries Minister, Narpat Singh Rajvi, today said the targets of benefiting the educated unemployed youth under the Pradhan Mantri Rozgar Yojana would be achieved in the State under a strict schedule and attempts ...
Kanoria College not to change hands
JAIPUR, APRIL 7. The Rajasthan Government today ruled out any move to privatise Kanoria Women's College here. The 40-year-old institution, which pioneered women's education in the State, would not be allowed to change hands either, the Minister ...
SAD opposes Govt. move to privatise education
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 7.The Shiromani Akali Dal president, Parkash Singh Badal, has strongly opposed what he described as "the proposed move" of the Punjab Government to throw the entire school education infrastructure in the State at the mercy of ...
BSNL broadband service in U.P.
LUCKNOW, APRIL 7.Public sector telecom giant Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) would launch its much-hyped Broadband service in Uttar Pradesh next week. ``Trials have been on for quite some time in Lucknow and other parts of the state,'' ...
Rag pickers' case handed over to Crime Branch
NOIDA( U.P.), APRIL 7.The Uttar Pradesh government has handed the investigation of the alleged disappearence of three rag pickers from police custody in Greater Noida, to the Crime Branch of the CID. Inspector General CBCID Prakash Singh was ...
Forest staff threaten stir
DEHRA DUN, APRIL 7. Employees and Provincial Forest Service officers of the Uttaranchal Forest Department have threatened to launch an agitation if the Government does not announce an employee-friendly restructuring of the pay and promotions ...
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