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Monday, January 15, 2007
Haryana to work for farmers' benefit
CHANDIGARH: Haryana is all set to frame policies for the economic benefit of farmers and labourers, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda announced on Sunday at a rally at Ballabgarh in Faridabad district. He asserted that the State Government ...
Govt. in `mission mode'
"To ensure good governance"
Communities come together to celebrate Pongal
Telugu and Oriya populace join to usher in the festivities
A long way to the ballot box for these villagers
They are displaced but the polling booth remains the same
NIST students undertake trek in fishermen villages
BERHAMPUR: Around 150 students of the National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) on the suburb of the city took part in a 20 km coastal trekking as part of tsunami awareness campaign in fishermen villages on the coastline on ...
PMK lauds Centre's efforts to protect farmers
PUDUCHERRY: Pattali Makkal Katchi Parliamentary party leader M.Ramadoss has said the `progressive measures' implemented by the UPA Government at the Centre to ameliorate the lot of the farmers were laudable. In his message on the occasion ...
Shivraj Patil to review schemes
PUDUCHERRY: Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil will be on a day's visit to Union Territory of Puducherry on January 20. Congress Chief Whip in Rajya Sabha V.Narayanasamy on Sunday said Mr. Patil would review implementation of welfare schemes ...
Move to lease out land to private parties draws flak
JAIPUR: The proposed move of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Government in Rajasthan to lease out 57-lakh hectares of wasteland to private parties for cultivation of crops to generate bio-diesel has come in for flak from the Congress and civil ...
Plan to evolve a `workable balance'
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Sunday said the State administration, elected representatives and non-Government organisations would evolve a `workable balance' in the State to ensure people's participation in ...
No let up in cold
Four more die in Uttar Pradesh
`Include Hindon river in Yamuna Action Plan'
MEERUT: The Janhit Foundation has threatened to move the apex court if the Government did not immediately include river Hindon in the Yamuna Action Plan for detoxification works and save the people living along its course from slow poisoning. ...
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