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Sunday, July 10, 2005
Haryana plans power for all
Agreement between REC, Power Utilities and State Government
Early completion of projects can solve drinking water problem: Hooda
Urges Delhi to reduce pollution in Yamuna
Hindi version of Harry Potter released
BHOPAL: Children were the real VIPs at a special function organised at the heritage Jehan Numa Palace Hotel here on Friday night to mark the release of J.K. Rowling's bestseller "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets". The Hindi version of ...
Rattan Singh posted PIPDIC Managing Director
PONDICHERRY: In an elaborate shuffling of officers effected through orders of Lt Governor the Labour Commissioner of Pondicherry Rattan Singh has been assigned the additional charge of post of Managing Director of Pondicherry Industries ...
Tamil Nadu violated norms of food for work scheme: CPI (M)
State Government engaged contractors to carry out works
Children's paintings highlight population crisis
190 children participate, prizes announced
Punjab seeks more fund
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government has sought an additional Rs. 1,000 crores from the Union Government for development and maintenance of strategically important border roads falling in the three border districts of Ferozepur, Amritsar and ...
`Village Secretariats' launched
JAIPUR: Rajasthan has introduced the concept of village secretariats in the gram panchayats to bring together the people's representatives and the official functionaries in one place at regular intervals for better administration and redressal of ...
Rajasthan may achieve population goal
There has been a fall in infertility level, rise in marriage age and better antenatal care However, certain grey areas remain -- continuing high level of infant mortality and poor immunisation of children
Kota to get bird sanctuary
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has decided to develop Ummedganj pond in Kota as a new bird sanctuary by removing encroachments, improving the water body's ecology and creating facilities for the winged guests. The Parliamentary Secretary in ...
Monsoon subdued in Northern India
It may rain in Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Madhya Pradesh in the next 24 hours
25 killed as bus rolls down the hill
DEHRA DUN: Twenty-five persons were killed and 21 seriously injured when the speeding bus they were travelling in from Paurikhal in Tehri district to Rishikesh rolled down the hillside at Brahmapuri, 12 km short of Muni Ki Reti, around 11-30 a.m. ...
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