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Friday, March 16, 2007
Withdrawal of censure motion demanded
PATNA: The Opposition boycotted the proceedings in the Bihar Assembly for the third successive day on Thursday, not relenting in its demand that the State Government withdraw the censure motion adopted against it on Monday for any purposeful ...
Separate SGPC for Haryana
This is a long-pending demand of the Sikhs: Hooda
Hooda seeks relief package for farmers
He visits villages affected by rains
Uproar in Madhya Pradesh Assembly over Indore riots
Issue comes up in the House through a call attention notice
Maheshwar project oustees stage protest
To demand a stop to the use of public money on the project
Journalists go on strike in Manipur
Allege excesses by Assam Rifles personnel
BRPL to set up pellet plant in State
Rs. 1,485-crore facility to come up in Jajpur and Keonjhar districts
Tibetan rituals attract many
BERHAMPUR: Centuries-old traditional rituals of Tibet livened up things at the `Maha puja' performed at the Rigon Thupten Mindolling Monastery at Chadragiri in Gajapati district. The 10-day Buddhist tantric rituals ended on Wednesday. The ...
No eviction of slum-dwellers for now
Proper rehabilitation package to be worked out first
Nandigram incident widely condemned
BHUBANESWAR: A day after violence broke out at Nandigram in West Bengal, social activists here on Thursday said the "State-sponsored terror" dwarfed last year's police firing in Orissa's Kalinga Nagar. Condemning the CPI(M)-led Government's ...
Mob ransacks health centre at Purushottampur
Absence of doctors to treat accident victims the trigger
Rangasamy lays stress on quality awareness
"Consumers too have a responsibility"
Mixed response to call for bandh
Private buses keep off road and shops remain closed
Order issued to provide monthly dole for unemployed youth
GO issued for the scheme named after Rajiv Gandhi
Municipality to get fogging machines
Sensitisation programme for the Council held
Plea for pension
PUDUCHERRY: The Pudhuvai Pradesa Nadaswaram and Thavil Isai Kalaingargal Welfare Association has called upon the administration to introduce pension scheme to enable the employees in the Hindu temples to get monthly pension on their retirement ...
CAG raps Rajasthan Govt. for fiscal mismanagement
Report tabled in Budget session of the State Assembly
Demand to cancel transfer of Central School Principal
Protests in front of KVS office in Jaipur
House proceedings stalled for third consecutive day
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Assembly witnessed uproarious scenes on Thursday as the Opposition members, demanding a relief package for the farmers who suffered losses in the recent rain and hailstorms in the State, stalled the proceedings for the third ...
JAUNPUR: Khuthan Assembly constituency BSP candidate Dinesh Kumar Yadav was injured in accident on the Lucknow-Varanasi national highway near here on Thursday. ...
Was this spilling of blood not avoidable?
Governor's anguish over Nandigram
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