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Assam
Assam bans vaccine trials
Guwahati: The Assam government has banned clinical trials on humans of a genetically engineered vaccine developed by Dhaniram Baruah, a cardiac surgeon from the State. He claimed that the vaccine corrected genetic defects causing heart ...

Haryana
Hooda Govt. firm on water share: Kidwai
Haryana Governor highlights achievements, priorities of Government

Haryana varsity has no record of assets: report
Balance sheet not prepared since inception

MLA escapes unhurt in road accident
Sonepat: A Haryana MLA has escaped unhurt in a road accident at Babalgarh chowk near here. The incident took place when a car in which Anil Thakkar and his family members were travelling collided with a truck on the Grand Trunk road about 10 ...

Hooda to visit Mauritius
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda would be visiting Mauritius on the invitation of Prime Minister Naveen Chandra Ramgoolam to take part in the National Day celebrations. Talking to media persons here on Friday, ...

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Himachal Pradesh
Dhumal presents a please-all budget
SHIMLA: With a moderate to heavy increase in the outlay for various public welfare schemes and exposing “false promises” made by the previous government led by the Congress, Himachal Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal on Friday ...

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Puducherry
Low-cost methods to solve water woes
PUDUCHERRY: Cost-effective technology has come as a boon for tsunami-affected villages, ensuring improved access to safe drinking water, experts at a conference on water solutions said on Friday. The conference, held as part of the ...

CPI (M) flays attempts to divide people
“Such campaigns will be detrimental to national integration”

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Punjab
Call for a positive environment for women’s empowerment
Gen. Rodrigues stresses need for change in societal attitude towards woman

Punjab urges Centre to amend forest law
Pathankot: The Punjab Government has recommended the Centre to amend the forest laws to unlock almost 62,000 hectares of forest land which can be used for cultivation, a State Minister said here on Friday. Forest Minister Tikshan Sood ...

Panchayat polls in Punjab on April 7
Chandigarh: The Punjab Election Commission on Friday announced that elections to gram panchayats, panchayat samitis and zila parishads in the State would be held on April 7. Detailed ...

Former Minister joins investigations
Patiala: Former Punjab Minister Jagjit Singh on Friday joined investigations into the alleged charges of disproportionate assets and corruption case against Maharashtra-cadre IPS officer and state’s former DGP S. S. Virk. ...

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Rajasthan
Raje appoints two overseas Indians as OSDs
JAIPUR: Two overseas Indians have been appointed Officers on Special Duty (OSDs) in the office of Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. One of them, Anita V. Bhatt, is a US citizen while the other, Gautam P. Patel, holds British ...

Rajasthan may create separate budget for road safety measures


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Uttar Pradesh
Mixed response to bandh call by doctors
Gorakhpur: A bandh called by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) to protest the abduction of a city doctor evoked mixed response here on Friday. A few private clinics and nursing homes remained closed as doctors protested at the busy ...

Court quashes proceedings
Allahabad: A court here on Friday quashed the proceedings in one of the many cases against controversial Lok Sabha MP Atiq Ahmed, holding they “were not initiated by a lawful authority”. MP’s ...

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Uttaranchal
Appeal to postpone ‘Save the Tiger’ rally
DEHRA DUN: Noted human rights crusader Avdhash Kaushal has urged the Uttarakhand Chief Minister, Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri, not to flag off the “Save the Tiger” rally here this Sunday as students busy with their annual examinations ...

Opposition holds dharna
Empty Assembly benches worry Chief Minister Khanduri




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