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Friday, July 28, 2006
Demand for lowering Goa's share in irrigation project
PANAJI: Leader of the Opposition Manohar Parrikar has advised the Goa Government to pressure Maharashtra to lower Goa's 7 per cent share on the joint Tillari Irrigation Project. The two States are sharing the cost of the project in the ratio of ...
Govt. assistance for widows
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Thursday announced that widows living below the poverty line will, irrespective of their caste or creed, be given financial assistance of Rs.15,000 from now on for the wedding of their ...
Chautala demands more relief
CHANDIGARH: Former Haryana Chief Minister and INLD chief Om Prakash Chautala has expressed shock at the death of 11 policemen in an accident at Narnaul on Wednesday. In a message sent from Seattle, US, where he is recuperating after an ...
`Old bridges to be replaced soon'
SHIMLA: Old bridges in Himachal Pradesh would be replaced with modern ones in a phased manner and all gram panchayats would be connected by road by 2008, Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh said on Thursday. The old bridges at Ghagas in Bilaspur ...
Mumbai's storm water drains to be upgraded
Rs. 475 crores will be released soon
Adequate credit flow to small industries assured: Lt. Governor
"Fiscal incentives to small units will also be continued"
Over 100 houses gutted
No casualties or serious injuries; cause to be ascertained
Portfolios of Ministers reshuffled
Exercise involves 12 Cabinet Ministers, all Ministers of State and Parliamenatry Secretaries
Govt. plans new Water Policy
May be introduced in Assembly in September
500 Pakistanis likely to attend Urs
JAIPUR: Around 500 Pakistani ziyarins are expected to attend the annual Urs at Ajmer Sharif this year. Ajmer's district administration and intelligence agencies have received information in this regard. The administration is gearing up to ...
Govt. slums to get better amenities
JAIPUR: Projects worth Rs. 44 crores have been formulated for development of 15 towns in Rajasthan under two Central schemes -- Integrated Housing and Slum Development Programme and Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium ...
8 disaster management battalions to be set up
Uttar Pradesh unit to be stationed at Noida
Pact with Apna Dal won't affect coalition, says Nitish
Situation in Uttar Pradesh alarming; people want change, says Bihar Chief Minister
A LESSON FROM RAJASTHAN
A new initiative by U.P. to save the tigers
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Government has taken the initiative to broad-base tiger conservation work by constituting a Tiger Protection Society, described as the first of its kind in the country. With the State Forest Department having been ...
Uttarakhand activist to launch fast-unto-death
DEHRA DUN: Dhirendra Pratap, a leading Uttarakhand activist and member of the All-India Congress Committee, has threatened to launch a fast-unto- death before Congress president Sonia Gandhi's residence from August 24 if the party does not get a ...
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