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Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Joint UPA-Left campaign for Bikramganj by-poll
PATNA: The United Progressive Alliance and the Left parties on Tuesday announced their decision to campaign jointly for the Rashtriya Janata Dal candidate in the by-election to the Bikramganj Lok Sabha constituency. Leaders of the CPI, ...
Several prohibited items seized from Dantewada prison in Chhattisgarh
Raipur: Several prohibited items were seized from Dantewada district jail in Chhattisgarh after 300 of its inmates, including 105 Naxalites, on Sunday escaped allegedly with the help of jail officials, police said on Tuesday. Iron rod ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Azad’s decision to set up new colleges backfires
SRINAGAR: The decision to set up 18 new degree colleges in Jammu and Kashmir has backfired on the coalition Government led by Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad. Instead of making a positive impact on voters, ahead of the State Assembly elections ...
Language issue rocks Jharkhand Assembly
Tribal MLAs demand second language status for Santhali
M.P. to honour Government employees with State awards
Holiday declared in Puducherry
All bed dams are overflowing
PMC stages protest demonstration
The party demands Rs. 1,000 as minimum support price for paddy
Call to ex-servicemen
PUDUCHERRY: The Department of Sainik Welfare has requested the ex-servicemen who are interested in being part of the contingent in the march past in the Republic Day parade to register on or before January 7, 2008, a release said. ...
Punjab Govt. may move Supreme Court
Chandigarh: The Punjab Government on Tuesday said it will consider moving the Supreme Court against a High Court ruling that Sikhs were not a minority community in seeking admission to Sikh institutions run by SGPC in the State. ...
Punjab, Haryana reel under piercing cold wave
Chandigarh: Biting cold swept Punjab and Haryana on Tuesday as temperatures plummeted to the season’s lowest at most places and early morning fog reduced visibility. Adampur in Jalandhar, which was engulfed by fog early on ...
Punjab panel to probe ex-minister’s ‘role’
Chandigarh: In fresh trouble for former Congress Minister Chaudhary Jagjit Singh, the Punjab Assembly on Tuesday unanimously decided to set up a House panel to probe his alleged involvement in tampering with Vidhan Sabha records in connection ...
Jaipur writer gets Atmaram prize
JAIPUR: President Pratibha Patil gave away the prestigious Atmaram prize for developing scientific and technical literature in Hindi to Mahendra Madhup of Jaipur at a function in Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Tuesday. Dr. Madhup, ...
Mayawati announces sops for PCS officers
To send 80 such officers for foreign training every year
New twist to UP police recruitment scam
Selection of constables made for non-sanctioned posts
Cow Institute to come up at Rishikesh
DEHRA DUN: The Uttarakhand Chief Minister, Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri laid the foundation stone of the ambitious Cow Science and Technology Institute in Rishikesh on Tuesday. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Khanduri said the Institute when ...
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