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Friday, February 24, 2006
Take effective steps to curb crime, Nitish tells District Magistrates
PATNA: Determined to make Bihar crime-free, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday asked District Magistrates to take effective steps to curb crime and said the onus of keeping law and order is more on the DMs than the Superintendents of Police. ...
Jammu & Kashmir
When bullets shattered their dreams
18-year-old victim of Army firing was a brilliant student and a promising cricketer
Centre clears Pench project
Will augment irrigation potential in two M.P. districts
Plan size doubled, says Lakhera
Lt. Governor lauds Pondicherry Government's efforts in resource mobilisation
Governor's address disappointing: Anbalagan
PONDICHERRY: Secretary of Pondicherry State committee of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) and legislator A Anbalagan has said that the Lt Governor M M. Lakhera's address to the Assembly delivered earlier in the day contained ...
"Do tax assessment on your own"
Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje's call to entrepreneurs and industrialists
Road shows to attract potential investors
Auction of various properties in the Pink City
Alleged criminal gunned down in Sant murder case
The accused, Dabbu, was killed in an encounter at Jaunpur
After cold wave, it's a heat wave now in U.P.
LUCKNOW: High temperatures across Uttar Pradesh may signify an early start of a scorching summer. The mercury has soared to a 43-year high in the State capital. Lucknow recorded a day time temperature of 35.2 degree celsius yesterday, the ...
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