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Sunday, March 11, 2007
Action against Bishnoi `shocks' Haryana leaders
Congress Legislature Party endorses action
Expressway gets environment nod
CHANDIGARH: The Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway project in Haryana, being built at a cost of Rs 1915 crore for connecting cities around the National Capital Region, has received environmental clearance from the Centre. Managing ...
Shimla hit hard by jaundice
SHIMLA: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has expressed concern over increasing number of jaundice cases being reported here in the State capital and suburbs. In a statement on Saturday, CPI (M) district secretary Sanjay Chauhan demanded ...
Creating awareness about water, sanitation
BHOPAL: A Bhopal-based NGO, Mahila Chetna Manch, in partnership with UN-HABITAT has developed a gender mainstreaming strategy for water and sanitation. Mahila Chetna Manch, which is a women's awareness forum, has conducted a rapid gender ...
Security at Manipur exam centres
IMPHAL: Manipur Chief Minister Okram Ibobi has asked the Collectors of the four Naga-dominated hill districts of the State to deal strictly with the ban `imposed' on the board examination by Naga student organisations. If need be, the ...
Plans to develop south Orissa into industrial hub
Southern regional conclave of entrepreneurs held in silk city
Giving them their due
Huge gap between requirement and availability of disabled professionals
VAL asked to stop construction
No environmental clearance: Pollution Board
Plans afoot to build rubber dam across Mahendratanaya
Austrian team visits proposed site
Congress to move no-trust vote against Speaker
BHUBANESWAR: The Opposition Congress has decided to move a no-confidence motion against Assembly Speaker Maheswar Mohanty during a brief session of the Assembly scheduled to begin on March 21. A decision to this effect was taken after the ...
Armed miscreants create terror in Aska town
BERHAMPUR: Two miscreants armed with country guns and crude bombs terrorized people of Aska town on Friday night. They also injured a lawyer and a gold merchant Crude bombs hurled At around 9.30 pm they reached ...
Education accorded top priority, says Rangasamy
Chief Minister inaugurates new buildings in Karaikal
AIDWA to hold awareness seminar
PUDUCHERRY: The All India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) here is organising a seminar on March 26 to generate awareness among women about the statues covering their protection. Chairperson of the association K. Shanthi said in a release ...
130 more districts to come under NREGA: Minister
CHANDIGARH: As many as 130 more districts will be brought under the ambit of National Rural Employment Guarantee Act scheme, Union Minister of State for Finance Pawan Kumar Bansal said on Saturday.Earlier, 200 districts were covered under the ...
`Populist budget a year too early'
No steps to check inflation, stop atrocities against women, says Gehlot
Women farmers tell tales of struggle for equality
JAIPUR: Women farmers who gathered at a function marking International Women's Day at Malpura in Tonk district of Rajasthan over the weekend highlighted their daily struggle for recognition and equality despite playing a crucial role in the ...
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