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Tuesday, July 26, 2005
Panel for police reforms
CHANDIGARH: headed by the Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Home to ensure transparency in the functioning of the Police Department and to provide good governance and law and order to the public. An official spokesman said here on ...
Himachal Pradesh to explore herbal, ayurvedic potential
Rs. 62 lakhs assigned to propagate medicinal plants
Jammu & Kashmir
`Drama' is back in Kashmir
Ongoing 10-day festival shows that the State is returning to normalcy
Madhya Pradesh session begins, Assembly adjourned
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Assembly was adjourned for the day on Monday after members paid tributes to several departed members and political leaders, including former Chief Minister and Bihar Governor, Govind Narayan Singh. The session began ...
HUDCO loan for projects
Rs. 650-cr. for infrastructure
Outsourcing of Tamil lecturers' jobs criticised
PONDICHERRY: Former Education Minister K Lakshmianarayanan has criticised the Union Territory Government for recruiting graduates from other States to fill vacancies to the posts of Tamil lecturers in government colleges. Mr. ...
SGPC president challenges expulsion of Jagir Kaur in HC
The appeal is likely to come up for hearing today
Punjab Rights Forum alleges move to defame Sikh youth, women
Asks Amarinder Singh to check police atrocities; to meet NHRC members
Pink City offers a grand Film City
Jaipur Development Authority offers permanent sets, studios, film museum spread over 1,440 bighas of land
Raje ready for talks
Two emissaries to meet jailed farmers' leaders
Notices to three ultrasound centres
Gross violations of the PNDT Act found
Lion safari to scare away bandits
Proposal sent to Central Zoo Authority
Cong. demands de-saffronisation of U.P. books
LUCKNOW: Demanding ``de-saffronisation'' of 31 books being used in schools across Uttar Pradesh, the Congress today asked the State government to ``seize'' all such texts in circulation and punish the guilty. The Congress Legislative Party ...
Noida plot scam finds a echo in U.P. Assembly
LUCKNOW: Agitated Bharatiya Janata Party members today vociferously raised the controversial Noida plot allotment issue in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly and demanded a CBI probe into the entire affair. Raising the issue during zero hour, BJP MLA ...
U.P. rivers recede
LUCKNOW: With all major rivers in Uttar Pradesh receding, the flood situation in the State improved further, while rain triggered accidents claimed two lives in Mainpuri district. The Central Water Commission said here on Monday that all major ...
President to open women police officers' meet
300 women officers likely to participate in the three-day conference
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