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Saturday, April 15, 2006
Satellite to take a closer look at Nalanda
Research shows that ancient university spread over a wider area
Petro hub to generate big investment in Haryana
MoU signed between IOC and Haryana State Industrial Development Corporation
Chamba is 1000 years old; weeklong festivities begin
Union Tourism Minister Ambika Soni inaugurates weeklong celebrations
Let us unite against HIV/AIDS: Dravid
Skipper, Raina sign a pledge to support campaign
Tributes paid to Ambedkar
PONDICHERRY: Representatives of various political parties, voluntary organisations and SC and ST Employees Associations of Central and State government departments garlanded the statue of Dr B R Ambedkar on the occasion of his birth anniversary ...
Defacement of public and private places banned
Lt Governor issues orders
Polling days declared public holidays
PONDICHERRY: The Lt. Governor of Pondicherry has declared through a notification (published in the State Gazette) that May 3 would be a public holiday under the Negotiable Instruments Act and also in keeping with the instructions of the Election ...
Guru Gobind Singh Marg to be extended to Nanded
`A tribute to complete the road by 2008, when the tercentenary of the death of Guru would be observed'
Rajasthan gets Chief Information Commissioner
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government on Thursday appointed a senior Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer, M.D. Korani, as the Chief Information Commissioner after dilly-dallying on the issue for several months. The State is yet to create an ...
Gas transmission pact signed
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam and the Gas Authority of India Ltd (India) Limited (GAIL) have signed a gas transmission agreement for a 330 MW gas combined cycle power project at Dholpur in the State. Under the agreement, 1.5 ...
Administrative failure in Meerut: Ajit
Meerut organisations file petition seeking murder case against senior officials and fair organisers
Curfew relaxed in Aligarh
LUCKNOW: The indefinite curfew in five police station areas of riot-hit Aligarh town of Uttar Pradesh was relaxed in a phased manner on Friday. Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Padman Singh said here that curfew was ...
Leopard skins seized; two held
DEHRA DUN: The Hardwar police have arrested two men and allegedly recovered two leopard skins from them. Their ringleader, Ranjit Bangali of Saharanpur, however managed to escape with two more skins. According to the police, the accused, Sompal ...
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