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Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Hooda reviews work on canal projects
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday directed the officials of the State Irrigation Department to ensure timely completion of two major projects of BML Hansi Branch-Butana Branch Multipurpose Link Channel and ...
Compassionate grounds job rules simplified
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Cabinet on Tuesday approved a "simplified procedure" for giving employment on compassionate grounds to dependents of Government employees who die while in service. Briefing media persons, School Education Minister ...
Two poachers arrested
BHOPAL: The Jabalpur police on Tuesday arrested two poachers allegedly with 18 wild animal skins, including two tiger skins, four black bucks, one chinkara and 11 spotted dear skins. Superintendent of Police Makrand Deoskar told the Hindu that ...
Sanjay Dutt gets two days to surrender, CBI to oppose plea
Convicted for illegal possession of arms in 1993 blasts case
DMK playing double game on Karaikal issue: AIADMK
Party only `paying lip service to the cause'
Government mulls proposal to ban plastic material
Rangasamy urges people to use drinking water judiciously "No permission for new chemical industries in the Union Territory"
Raje seeks IT exemption for midday meal trust
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has requested the Centre to provide exemption from income tax to the trust established in the State for effective implementation of the midday meal scheme. The trust especially promotes ...
Muslim woman allegedly raped by father-in-law
JAIPUR: In a case reminiscent of Imrana, a Muslim woman in Rajasthan's Sikar district has alleged that her father-in-law raped her and killed her newborn baby. A case has been registered in Sikar's Sadar police station in response to the ...
Police stations to register FIRs online
JAIPUR: More than a hundred police stations in Rajasthan will soon offer the facility of registering complaints (FIRs) online. The new "connectivity" between the police and the public has been brought about by computerisation of police stations ...
Chandigarh civic polls today
Stage set for a battle royal between Congress and BJP for 25 seats
Elections before May 14: CEC
Poll panel's directive to State Government to shift officers who have stayed in their place of posting for more than three years
V-C directed to submit action plan
PIL seeks direction to restore academic activities
Sonia to visit Uttaranchal
DEHRA DUN: Congress president Sonia Gandhi will launch the party's campaign for the upcoming Uttaranchal Assembly elections by addressing an "Abhar Rally" (thanksgiving rally) at the Parade Grounds here on December 27. Announcing this here on ...
Leopard kills 12-year-old boy
DEHRA DUN: A leopard killed 12-year-old Vishal Lal of Deverkhadora village near Gopeshwar as he stepped out of his house to go to school on Monday. The had cat dragged the boy into the nearby hills. ...
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