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Friday, February 10, 2006
Shahabuddin's Hizb links come to the fore
J&K police want to question the RJD MP on his alleged links with the pro-Pak group
Actress Nadira passes away
MUMBAI: Veteran actress Nadira who had portrayed various negative roles with panache in films of the 1950s and 60s, including `Aan' with Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor's `Shree 420', died after prolonged illness at a city hospital this morning. She ...
`Sit in strike' hits services at government hospitals in Pondy
Only very serious cases and major surgeries are being admitted: officials
ILO charts out plan to rid world of forced labour
PONDICHERRY: "The International Labour Organisation has charted out a global action programme to rid the world of forced labour over the next ten years," said Roger Plant, head of Special Action Programme to Combat Forced Labour of the ...
Bid to activate Modern Terminal Market of Punjab
Governor lays down a specific time frame for making the project functional
New thermal plant to be set up at Goindwal Sahib
CHANDIGARH THE: Punjab State Electricity Board (PSEB) on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with GVK Power (Goindwal Sahib) Ltd. at Patiala in the presence of Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh for setting up of a 500 MW ...
Centre urged to expand public sector banks
JAIPUR: The All India Bank Officers Association (AIBOA) has asked the United Progressive Alliance Government to consider expansion of the public sector banking system to help the agriculture sector instead of talking about consolidation of the ...
Industries turn to Rajasthan for investment
A business promotion camp of Rajasthan Financial Corporation in New Delhi a big hit
BJP to go it alone in U.P. Assembly polls: Naqvi
Media report on alliance denied
Blueprint to free U.P. of open-defecation by 2012
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Government has drawn a blueprint to make the State free of open-defecation by 2012. State Panchayati Raj Director R K Shukla said on Thursday, last year eight lakh households migrated to independent toilet systems, ...
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