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Monday, September 19, 2005
2 more U.S. experts arrive in Assam
GUWAHATI: : Two more experts of the Houston-based Boots and Coots arrived at Dikom in upper Assam Dibrugarh district on Sunday to join their two colleagues at the oil well disaster site. An Oil India Limited spokesman told The Hindu over ...
No poll alliance for Bihar, says Mayawati
BHOPAL: The Bahujan Samaj Party president, Mayawati reiterated here on Sunday that her party would not have any alliance and contest the Bihar Assembly election on its own strength. Ms. Mayawati was talking to a group of newspersons on arrival ...
GPCC chief dead
Irreparable loss to the party, say leaders
Sukh Ram's son finally gets a party post
SHIMLA: Once a decider of politics in Himachal Pradesh, but now surviving as a non-entity after rejoining the Congress, Pandit Sukh Ram, was somewhat revived today by the Pradesh Congress Committee when his son, Anil Sharma, was made one of the ...
Tourists give a miss to `Mumbai ills'
MUMBAI: Apprehensions about rains, diseases and incidents of house collapse hitting the tourism industry in Mumbai seem to be coming true if one goes by present enquiries and bookings for the festive season. Though the outbound tourism market ...
Depression brings heavy rains to Orissa
BHUBANESWAR: A deep depression over the Bay of Bengal caused heavy rains in Orissa on Sunday, affecting life and aggravating the flood threat in many parts of the State. Heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely to occur in most parts of Orissa ...
Improve healthcare: JIPMER chief
Occurrence of communicable diseases on the rise in several parts Communicable diseases on the rise, says Subba Rao
Varsity results on Net
CUDDALORE: Results for M.A., M.Sc., M.Com., M.B.A.,and M.C.A., M.Phil programmes and postgraduate diplomas in computer applications, hospital management, and library automation and networking courses of the Annamalai University (under regular ...
`Govt. claims on achievements lofty'
Health, education, poverty alleviation, environmental stability especially in relation to drinking water highlighted
Court verdict on MLAs' defection likely this week
Bahujan Samaj Party leaders hopeful of favourable verdict
Snowfall, heavy rains paralyse Uttaranchal
DEHRA DUN: The higher reaches of Uttaranchal on received moderate snowfall on Sunday while heavy rains continued to lash the lower areas of the hill state for the third ssconsecutive day claiming four lives, including those of two kids. Several ...
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