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Haryana
Haryana to open e-Disha centres
To make Govt. services more accessible

Himachal Pradesh
North freezes under cold wave, two more die in U.P.
Adampur in Punjab coldest in plains at minus 3.8 degrees Celsius

Jammu & Kashmir
No consensus on J&K House strength
Another meeting to be held

Orissa
Mistakes galore in State Government's website
No documents found in link pages

OGP faults grant of licence to steel major POSCO
State accused of throwing norms to the winds

Riot of colour at flower show, verily
The exhbitiion is being organised for the 19th consecutive year

Rural drama groups steal show
BERHAMPUR: Plays by rural drama groups continue to captivate audience at the ongoing 16th south Orissa drama festival by their plays related to stark realities of life. All the seven plays that are to be staged during the drama festival area ...

Practise yoga for good health, tribal students told
Swami Ramdev demonstrates yoga techniques at Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences

Dairy farming picking up
BERHAMPUR: Dairy farming has been picking up as a source of livelihood for unemployed youths in Ganjam district. According to S. Das, secretary of `Society', an organisation to promote dairy, more than 5,000 youths had taken up dairy as a ...

Pachyderm kills woman
KORAPUT: Forty-six-year-old Meti Muduli of Kusumbhatta village under Kebidi panchayat in Borigumma block of Koraput district was killed by an elephant on Thursday evening. Meti was returning home with her husband Chakra Muduli from Kenduguda, a ...

BJD, BJP clinch poll pact
Both parties at loggerheads in Gajapati district

Probe ordered into woman's suicide
BHUBANESWAR: The State Government on Saturday ordered a crime branch inquiry into the alleged suicide by a woman on Friday afternoon here. The crime branch would inquire what circumstances that led the woman to take extreme step, Chief ...

Yesvantpur express extended
BHUBANESWAR: Going by the passengers' demand, Ministry of Railways has decided to extend the running of Guwahati-Yeshvantpur-Guwahati weekly special train through East Coast Railway jurisdiction for another eight weeks. This trains pass in ECoR ...

Villagers threaten to stall road work
KORAPUT: Villagers of Paikopuki have threatened to stall the PMGSY road works near Mahadeiput panchayat in Koraput block demanding restoration of a 12-year-old boy to his parents. A contractor Arvind Singh Sidhu had taken the boy, Ramseh Barik, ...

Puducherry
Examination-oriented system should be done away with: Barki
Students should have liberty to set their goals

BJP calls for status quo
PUDUCHERRY: Puducherry unit of the Bharathiya Janata party (BJP) has called upon the Centre to jettison its move to convert the JIPMER into an autonomous body. Its president here M. Visweswaran said on Saturday that a meeting of the party held ...

Punjab
College girl levels charges against parents
CHANDIGARH: The Ambala police are investigating allegations levelled by a Delhi college student that her parents had reportedly tried to murder her and thrown her outside a public call office (PCO) in Ambala. Undergoing treatment in an ...

Rajasthan
North freezes under cold wave, two more die in U.P.
Adampur in Punjab coldest in plains at minus 3.8 degrees Celsius

Avian tourists land in Rajasthan for winter sojourn
KEECHAN (JODHPUR): Demoiselle cranes are on their annual winter sojourn in Rajasthan. The quaint cranes, referred to as Kurjas locally and in the love songs of the Thar desert, have flocked in large numbers to Keechan, a small town 153 km from ...

Rajasthan varsity to have centre on technologies
JAIPUR: Rajasthan University will launch a new project for establishing a Centre for Converging Technologies to mark its Diamond Jubilee on Monday. The Governor and Chancellor of universities in the State, Pratibha Patil, will lay the foundation ...

Uttar Pradesh
North freezes under cold wave, two more die in U.P.
Adampur in Punjab coldest in plains at minus 3.8 degrees Celsius




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