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RJD to launch agitation against Nitish Government
Will highlight its ‘failure’ ahead of Lok Sabha elections
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has given additional charge to three IAS officers and one HCS officer with immediate effect. Sarban Singh, Commissioner and Secretary (Sports and Youth Affairs), Secretary (Cell for Proper ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Death of Amarnath protester sparks protests in Jammu
Pachouri welcomes UPA victory
BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee president Suresh Pachouri has welcomed the UPA Government’s victory in Parliament on Tuesday saying that party president Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh deserve full credit for ...
“Clean, transparent administration, a priority”
Govind Singh Gurjar sworn in Puducherry Lieutenant Governor
Adopt innovative methods, teachers told
Orientation programme for college teachers held
Congress to continue awareness campaign on nuclear deal
"It will explain significance of the deal against the backdrop of power shortage"
AISF to protest against delay on medical seats
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry unit of All India Students’ Federation (AISF) on Wednesday flayed the government for the delay in finalising the allocation of seats in private medical colleges for students to be admitted through the ...
Sports quota: association alleges irregularities in selection of students
PUDUCHERRY: The Pondicherry Sportsmen Welfare Association on Tuesday said there were irregularities in selection of students under sports quota for admission to engineering courses through the Centralised Admission Committee ...
Ministerial staff to stage protest
PUDUCHERRY: The Pondicherry Ministerial Staff Association on Wednesday announced that its members would stage a ‘dharna’ before the Chief Secretariat from 5 pm to 7 pm on Thursday in support of their demand for filling vacancies to ...
Power shutdown today
PUDUCHERRY: The Electricity Department has announced that there would be power interruption at eight areas in the town on Thursday from 9.30 am to 2.30 pm, owing to maintenance work at the HT feeder emanating from the Marapalam ...
Two run over by passenger train
Ludhiana: Two persons were killed when a passenger train ran over them near Dugri bridge between Ludhiana and Gill railway stations here on Wednesday. According to railway police, the victims were yet to be identified. They were trying ...
Alleged rape of minor girl
Batala: A minor girl was allegedly raped by youth at Chhotte Aulakh village under Srihargobindpur Police station. According to the police the girl was sitting in her grocery shop when a youth Sikandar took her in to his house on ...
Punjab to withdraw 4 per cent entry tax
Chandigarh: The Punjab Government on Monday announced that it will withdraw the 4 per cent entry tax on several items including dyes, chemicals and cotton, which would hit the State exchequer by Rs 150 crore . “We have decided ...
Cop booked on molestation charge
Kota: A constable has been arrested for allegedly molesting a woman living in Bhagat Singh Kachi Basti in Kota junction, police said on Wednesday. The woman alleged she had visited Dadhdevi Mataji Temple on Tuesday, accompanied by her ...
Ornaments stolen from temple
Jaipur: Ornaments and donation box worth lakhs of rupees were stolen by thieves from the famous Lord Ganesh temple in Brahampuri area of the walled city here on Tuesday night, police said on Wednesday. Three silver chatra, kundan, ...
Gehlot congratulates PM for victory
JAIPUR: Congress general secretary Ashok Gehlot has hailed the winning of the confidence vote in the Lok Sabha by the United Progressive Alliance Government. “The people of the country wanted this,” he said. In a statement ...
23,000 new power connections for farmers in Rajasthan
They would help agriculturists during the next rabi season
Free travel for women on Rakhi day
Dehra Dun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister B.C. Khanduri on Wednesday announced free travel on Raksha Bandhan for all women of Himachal Pradesh in State roadways buses. “Women of our State are free to move free of cost on Raksha ...
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