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Monday, July 25, 2005
Model Act may weed out `non-serious' players
To ensure that private players provide all necessary infrastructure
Three new towns to come up in Haryana
No proposal to reimpose octroi, says Hooda
Last date extended
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has extended the last date of submission of applications for the post of teachers of all categories up to August 10, the Director, Secondary Education, K.K. Khandelwal, said here on Sunday. The Government ...
Food park to be set up in Rai: Pawar
More active role of private players in agriculture sector urged
Four killed as bus falls off road
SHIMLA: Four people were killed and 13 injured, two of them seriously, when a private bus skidded off the road and fell into a gorge near Palampur in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, police said today. The bus with 17 people on board fell ...
Jharkhand lags behind in wooing investors
`Development of power sector to be given top priority in planning'
M.P. session begins today
Congress gears up to corner the BJP Government on several issues
Pankaj Udhas' `Hasrat' to be released on August 8
"There is no dearth of talent''
Rs. 46,000-crore plan for railway sector
Rangasamy flags off link passenger train between Pondicherry and Chennai Egmore
ESI scheme for staff of educational institutions
PONDICHERRY: Pondicherry administration will extend the ESI scheme to the employees of all educational institutions. A press release from the Regional Office of the Employee's State Insurance Corporation said all educational institutions that ...
Ocean sailing expedition by NCC team
PONDICHERRY: The Group Headquarters of National Cadet Corps (NCC) here is organising a 12-day annual `Ocean sailing expedition' from Tuesday by the cadets of the naval wing of from Pondicherry to Kodiakkarai (up and ...
Amarinder's decision will hit poor students, says Badal
Punjab to discontinue grants to aided private schools
Agitating farmers hold `Mahapanchayat'
Congress attends gathering, warns BJP of serious consequences
`CRPF to have 25 more battalions'
JAIPUR: The Central Reserve Police Force is poised to become the world's largest para military force in the near future. The 176- battalion strong force, which proved its mettle in Ayodhya on July 5 by gunning down five terrorists, will have 25 ...
Hooch deaths: BJP blamed
JAIPUR: The Opposition Congress in Rajasthan on Sunday held the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party responsible for the reported death of at least five persons in Bikaner district by consuming illicit liquor over the past few days, saying that the ...
Call to launch `Sarva Swasthya Abhiyaan'
`It will help create better infrastructure in health sector `
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