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Monday, April 18, 2005
Hooda's magic tilts the balance in civic elections
Congress-backed nominees manage get 20 out of 31 seats in Ambala City
PM likely to lay foundation stone for Rampur hydel project
Virbhadra Singh lays stone for the Rs. 1.5-crore motorable bridge at Jhakri on the Satluj river connecting the Pandrah-Beesh area of Shimla and Kullu districts
Jammu & Kashmir
JAMMU: The Jammu and Kashmir Governor, S.K. Sinha, and Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed greeted the people on the occasion of Ramnavami, the birthday of Lord Rama. In his message on Sunday, the Governor said the ideals set by Lord Rama, ...
Power-strapped MP turns to alternate sources of energy
Commercial production of biodiesel to start soon
Survey indicates big money in gaming, animation
MUMBAI: Gaming content and animation could emerge as major economic generators in the enteratainment sector in the next few years, according to a study. ``With India witnessing an explosive growth in mobile phone users' base, analysts say ...
Archbishop distributes assistance to fisherfolk
Temporary shelters provided to families
New Canadian study centre at Panjab varsity
CHANDIGARH: The cash-strapped Panjab University here has received a virtual shot in the arm with the Canada-based University College of the Fraser University presenting a cheque for 30,000 Canadian dollars (Rs.10 lakhs) to the PU Vice-Chancellor, ...
Sonia to decide on CLP chief
Gehlot most likely to be selccted for the post
Rajasthan moots national policy on information
Call to widen scope of Press Council
Water from canal to help cotton seed sowing
JAIPUR: The supply of water from Indira Gandhi Canal for two segments of the command area - to facilitate the sowing of cotton seeds - has started with the Bhakhra Beas Management Board (BBMB) agreeing to increase the supply to Rajasthan ...
Need for all-India agency to deal with inter-State crime
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Governor S.F. Rodrigues, who is also the Administrator of the Union Territory of Chandigarh, has called for creation of an all-India agency to investigate serious federal crimes which cannot be tackled effectively by the ...
No change in U.P. party leadership, says Kalyan
LUCKNOW: The BJP vice-presi dent and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Kalyan Singh, on Sunday said the recent controversy over the RSS chief K Sudarshan's statements against the former Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, was a `closed ...
U.P. Congress delegation to meet President on Minister' statement
To seek Azam Khan's dismissal over his remarks on Governor
U.P. to develop new tourist areas
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Government will send a proposal to the Centre for the development of about 10 relatively unknown tourist spots in the State. These tourist spots include Ferozabad, Dewa Sharif Dargah (Barabanki), Piprawa ...
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