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Tuesday, September 25, 2007
I’ll draw swords if necessary: Keshubhai
Ahmedabad: Senior BJP leader Keshubhai Patel has compared his arch rival in the party and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi to Adolf Hitler and said he would “draw the swords” if needed. In a major boost to the ...
UNPA leaders to attend INLD Ambala rally
CHANDIGARH: The customary rally organised by the Indian National Lok Dal every year on September 25 to celebrate the birth anniversary of the late Devi Lal is going to be different this time as prominent national Opposition leaders, mostly ...
Arrangements for paddy procurement
CHANDIGARH: All six State procurement agencies of Haryana are fully geared for procurement of paddy and bajra at the minimum support price. An official spokesman said here on Monday that arrangements have been made in all the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Heavy rains disrupt normal life in Ranchi
Ranchi: Heavy rains accompanied by strong winds have hit normal life in Jharkhand’s capital, disrupting power and drinking water supply in several parts of the city on Monday. Many areas here were without electricity since Sunday ...
Congress will have more headache with Shukla, Netam: Raman
Bhopal: The differences in the Congress party in Chhattisgarh will further intensify with the re-entry of senior leaders –V. C. Shukla and Arvind Netam- as the party is already divided among various factions in the State, Chhattisgarh ...
Efforts to check sea water intrusion in Puducherry
Tube wells up to 225 metres sunk in affected areas
Bhattal appointed new Congress chief of Punjab
Chandigarh: Laying to rest months of speculation, the All India Congress Committee (AICC) on Monday appointed former Punjab Chief Minister Rajinder Kaur Bhattal as the leader of the State unit of the party. “It’s a great ...
Legal literacy drive for Rajasthan tribal areas launched
Told to resolve small disputes through lok adalats
New Rajasthan project for drinking water
MoU signed for implementing schemes in three districts of the State
UP not to allow celebration
‘No problem if Britishers want to pay homage to their forefathers’
Mayawati to take up 71 pending projects
Three held for rape of tourists
Tourist police station in Agra soon
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