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Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Two Congress leaders announce retirement from electoral politics
Congress, BJP choose candidates for 3 Himachal Assembly seats
SHIMLA: The two major political parties in Himachal Pradesh, the Congress and the BJP, have taken the lead in choosing their candidates for the three tribal seats in the State Assembly for which elections would be held in the first phase on ...
“Ground water near abandoned Carbide plant contaminated”
Three organisations make this disturbing revelation
Defeat Congress: Thackeray
MUMBAI: Shiv Sena leader Bal Thackeray has called for the Congress to be voted out of power on the India-U.S. nuclear deal and other issues. Addressing the annual Dussehra rally at the Shivaji Park grounds in Dadar, Mr. Thackeray ...
Institute denies charges of medical negligence
PUDUCHERRY: The Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences in Kalapet has denied charges of medical negligence leading to the death of a seven-year-old girl from Veerapogam village in Perambalur district at its hospital. Activists of the ...
NEWSPAPER IN EDUCATION
School awarded for computer literacy
PUDUCHERRY: Amalorpavam Higher Secondary School has received the ‘Computer Literacy Excellence Award for Schools’ instituted by the Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. The ...
Congress panel to look into ‘political vendetta’
Chandigarh: The opposition Congress in Punjab has set up a committee to look into grievances of party workers and leaders particularly in connection with “political vendetta” by the Shiromani Akali Dal-BJP Government. The ...
India’s first International Folk Festival at Jodhpur
Jodhpur: Perched high above the surrounding desert landscape, the majestic Mehrangarh Fort of Jodhpur - the second largest city of Rajasthan - is all set to host the India’s first Rajasthan International Folk Festival (RIFF) from ...
A new module for doctors treating toddlers
Ethical norms have been authored by two Indian paediatricians
Himalayan shrines to close for winter
DEHRA DUN: The higher Himalayan shrine of Kedarnath will close for the winter on November 11. Similarly the Badrinath shrine will close on November 16, a spokesman of the Shri Badrinath- Shri Kedarnath Temple Committee announced on Monday. ...
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