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Monday, January 02, 2006
Experts favour low water crops for Haryana
HISAR: Experts at Ch Charan Singh Agricultural University (HAU) here have recommended that the Haryana State Power Department should encourage policies which could lead to accelerated adoption of low water requiring crops and technologies ...
Fee structure fixed for seeking information
Haryana move on Right to Information Act
'White New Year' eludes Shimla
SHIMLA: Thousands of tourists who had reached Shimla and other key tourist resorts of Himachal Pradesh were disappointed as a `White New Year' eluded the region. The sky remained heavily overcast, keeping the hopes of tourists and local people ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Bid to boost education in J&K in a big way
Centre to set up 14 degree colleges in the State
Jakhar, Shivraj urge people to work for M.P.'s progress
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan started New Year on Sunday by visiting two orphanages, Bal Niketan at Hamidia road and Yatin Khana at Tajul-Masajid, where he distributed sweets and blessed the children. Mr. ...
Cong. sweeps Chandigarh Mayoral polls
Surinder Singh is the new Mayor
Central nod for Rajasthan road work
These works will be launched in the districts bordering Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh
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