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Monday, August 22, 2005
Gujarat dissidents unimpressed by Advani's praise for Modi
Rebels likely to visit New Delhi today to demand a change of leadership
Tree plantation drive to check silt
NATHPA JHAKRI PROJECT AREA: The Himachal Pradesh State government is planning a major afforestation drive to keep the mammoth Nathpa Jhakri project running in the long run. The heavy amount of silt in the Sutlej River has shut the project ...
Jammu & Kashmir
"Situation in J&K improving"
SRINAGAR: The outgoing General Officer Commanding of Udhampur-based Northern Command Lt. Gen. Hari Prasad said on Sunday that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir was improving, as "75 percent of the militant leadership had been ...
M.P., U.P. to sign river link project on Aug. 25
Another project linking Parbati with Kalisindh and Chambal in the pipeline
State moving on path of development: Gaur
Chief Minister completes one year in office on Tuesday; Special initiative for villages, urban slums
Central assessment team visits flood-hit areas of Mumbai
MUMBAI: : A 12-member Central team, here to assess the damage caused by the recent spells of heavy rain in Maharashtra, on Sunday visited the flood-affected areas of Mumbai. The team, headed by the Joint Secretary in the Union Home Ministry, ...
ANSAM threatens to re-impose blockade
Decision follows Chief Minister's refusal to go to the association office; explains his stand in the Assembly
Rangasamy urges parties to drop bandh plan
Agitation planned on August 23 to focus the grievances of MBBS aspirants Stir on August 23 in support of MBBS aspirants
Lawspet residents live in darkess
Low voltage means street lights and electrical appliances do not work
Now `energy bonus' for Punjab farmers
Amarinder announces housing scheme for homeless, allotment letters to 10 beneficiaries issued
Sikh groups to call on Manmohan Singh
CHANDIGARH: Different organisations representing the Sikhs residing outside Punjab and Delhi would call on the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, on Monday to apprise him of the injustice and apathy towards the dependants of the victims of the ...
Amarinder challenges Badal on terrorism
Capt. Singh also blames the Akalis for disturbing law and order situation
Convincing victory for BJP in civic bodies' polls
Congress candidates capture 1,044 wards
Mulayam mired in another land scam
Chief Minister rules out any irregularities
Arrested BJP MLAs seek Tiwari's apology
DEHRA DUN: Seventeen Bharatiya Janata Party MLAs, including the Leader of the Opposition, Matwar Singh Kandari, were arrested while marching to the Chief Minister's residence on Sunday morning. They have decided not to seek bail and continue in ...
West Bengal need not ban CPI (Maoist) now: Basu
Any attempt to create violence will be dealt with firmly by the State
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