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Sunday, June 05, 2005
Deputy forest ranger stoned to death
KHANDWA (MP): A deputy forest ranger was stoned to death allegedly by wood smugglers at village Kukdal in Kaldi forest range, about 90 km from here on Saturday, police said. The wood smugglers pelted stones at deputy ranger, Limada Yadav, who was ...
Sonia wants victims of Mumbai's demolition drive rehabilitated
"Identify all settlers before 2000; allow them to re-occupy land till they are given new houses by the Government"
'Protect territorial integrity of Manipur'
IMPHAL: The ruling Secular Progressive Front (SPF) legislature party in an emergency meeting, held on Friday night, resolved "to do everything to protect the territorial integrity of Manipur." Chief Minister Okram Ibobi sent letters to Prime ...
Nine of marriage party killed as car falls off bridge
BHUBANESWAR: Nine persons, including three children, were killed when the vehicle in which they were travelling plunged into a canal at Sishupalgarh near Bhubaneswar on Saturday morning. Two girls, however, had a miraculous escape. The ...
Better results from rural schools this time
Textbooks distributed on time helped students
SSLC toppers spell out their priorities
Two students share first rank
Life term for two terrorists
JALANDHAR: A special TADA court on Saturday sentenced two Punjab terrorists to life imprisonment for the murder of a former police official's son in 1986. The Additional Sessions Judge, S K Garg, sentenced two dreaded terrorists Daljit Singh ...
Salman Khan, Satish Shah appear before Jodhpur court
JAIPUR: Bollywood actors Salman Khan and Satish Shah, accused in the 1998 black buck poaching case, on Saturday appeared before a local court in Jodhpur and denied their involvement in the killing of protected wild animals. They appeared ...
Rajasthan to earn Rs. 260 crores from oil, gas
The natural gas reserves detected in the region are of the order of 3,000 to 6,000 million cubic metres.
Two die in U.P., Hisar hottest at 45.9 C in north
CHANDIGARH: Two persons died in Uttar Pradesh in the blistering heat wave sweeping north India on Saturday with Hisar in Haryana turning out to be the hottest place with 45.9 degrees celsius. A labourer died due to sunstroke in Lalitpur ...
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