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Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Citizens' panel to oversee Guwahati civic amenities
The committee, to be headed by the former Gauhati University V-C, was constitued by High Court
Jammu & Kashmir
Move to dissolve J&K Panchayats criticised
But decision will bring peace, says the Mufti
Now the axe falls on Dewas SP
Action follows 11 day after tragedy
Hostel students complain of poor quality food
Despite representations to wardens, no action was taken
No tax on drama troupes, says Rangasamy
PONDICHERRY: The Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, announced during question time in the Assembly on Monday that the municipality would not impose entertainment tax on drama troupes staging plays here. An MLA earlier urged the Government to exempt ...
Follow seniority in teacher appointments, says DMK member
PONDICHERRY: The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam member, M.A.S. Subramanian, urged the Government in the Territorial Assembly, during a debate on Monday, that the seniority in the live register of the Employment Exchange should be followed in the ...
Punjab reviewing VAT functioning
MSP may not be offered for different crops
Dismissal of Rajasthan Minister, CBI inquiry demanded
Home Minister Katraria accused of instigating violence against Muslims
Kurukshetra varsity exams begin today
CHANDIGARH: The undergraduate examinations of the Kurukshetra University will start from Tuesday. The university administration has set up 144 centres to conduct the theory examinations of about two lakh students, including 40,000 odd students of ...
7 lakh devotees visit Mansa Devi shrine
CHANDIGARH: The 10-day Navratra Mela concluded at the Shri Mata Mansa Devi Shrine complex in Panchkula near here on Monday. About seven lakh devotees visited the historic shrine during this period from various parts of the country and they made ...
Mayawati surprises many
Promoting second rung leadership, targets upper caste votes
Prayers, festivities mark Ramnavami
A large number of people took a holy dip in the Saryu in Ayodhya and the Sangam in Allahabad
Many schemes for Ardh Kumbh
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh government with the Centre's assistance has embarked upon massive development projects to the tune of more than Rs 300 crore in the pilgrim town of Allahabad before the `Ardh Kumbh' slated in 2007. Taking `Ardh ...
Vishnukant Shastri cremated
KOLKATA: The BJP leader and former Uttar Pradesh Governor, Vishnukant Shastri, was cremated here on Monday in the presence of the party president, L. K. Advani, State-level leaders and hundreds of activists. The body of Shastri, a Sanskrit ...
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