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Monday, September 12, 2005
Plot to kill Bhajan unearthed, 2 held
Two contract killers were hired for Rs.one crore
Close shave for Hooda as copter forcelands
CHANDIGARH: A helicopter carrying Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was on Sunday forced to land adjacent to Jind railway station amid heavy rains. Mr. Hooda was flying from Tohana to Jind for an official engagement when the ...
Search for jawans continues
SHIMLA: The search for the 33 missing Army soldiers continued for the third day in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh but no survivors or bodies were sighted on Sunday, official sources said. Unconfirmed reports of another body being spotted ...
Tanwar re-elected chief of HGVS
SHIMLA: Kuldip Singh Tanwar and Satyawan Pundir were re-elected as president and general secretary of the noted voluntary organisation, the Himachal Gyan Vigyan Samiti (HGVS), on the last day of its four-day State conference here on Sunday. R.D. ...
Pataudi to move court against land acquisition
RAISEN (MP): Terming the move by Madhya Pradesh Government to acquire nearly 60 acres of stud-farm land from the descendants of erstwhile nawab of Bhopal as ``wrong and unjust'', former cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi on Sunday said he would ...
Nationalist poet remembered
Documentary CDs on the museums of Bharati, Bharatidasan released
Lakhera promises welfare schemes for ex- servicemen
Asks them to get grievances redressed quietly
Punjab to brew beer from its own barley
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Agro Foodgrains Corporation Limited (PAFC) and United Breweries Limited (UBL) have introduced in the market a beer that would be brewed from barley grown by farmers in Punjab under the contract- farming programme launched ...
Handicraft exports get a fillip under WTO regime
25 p. c. surge in exports since January this year
It is advantage CPI(M)
The Congress faces an embarrassing situation The CPI(M) had kept the agitation of the canal area separate
Sikar resident in race for Asian Innovation Awards
Selected for developing a machine that digs out groundnut pods left in the soil
`Bisalpur dam oustees to be rehabilitated'
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government is taking measures for rehabilitation of all oustees of the Bisalpur dam project in Tonk district and would provide basic facilities to all of them. The water from the dam is currently being supplied to Ajmer ...
Power scenario still grim
800-MW Dadri unit of NTPC stops production due to technical snag The karamchari samiti to launch a 72-hour `satyagraha' from September 13 to protest the transfers
Sonia doesn't owe her position to SP: Cong.
LUCKNOW: Taking umbrage at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav's reported statement that Sonia Gandhi owed her position in the UPA to the Samajwadi Party, the Congress today said the SP had always made attempts to strike at the AICC ...
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