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Finding says weak power supply to bombs saved Surat
Central nod sought for PDS smart cards
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has sought approval of the Centre to replace 52 lakh paper-based ration cards with smart cards under a pilot project whose cost is estimated at Rs.153.27 crore, an official spokesman said here on ...
Dogged efforts to rein in the stray animal
Sterilisation drive to be intensified; licences likely to be issued for pet dogs
Vegetable prices stable
PUDUCHERRY: Vegetable prices remained stable this week . Owing to less demand, the cost of beans alone increased by Rs. 4 to Rs. 5. According to vegetable vendors in the retail market, the cost of a kilogram of beans was Rs. 15 to Rs. ...
Punjab aims at cent per cent CFL lighting by March 2009
Catholic schools to remain closed today
CHANDIGARH: All Catholic institutions, including schools and hospitals, would remain closed on August 29 to protest “atrocities” on the missionaries. In a communiqué, Father Thomas Anchanikal, Diocesan Administrator of ...
More buses to link Rajasthan, Haryana
The neighbouring governments sign an inter-State transport agreement after a gap of 11 years
Raje happy, people miserable: Gehlot
JAIPUR: Former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has accused the Rajasthan Government of failure to protect the life and property of citizens. The State, once known for its peace and its fine policing, today has a law and order situation worse than ...
Activists allege harassment during probe into blasts
JAIPUR: Civil rights activists demonstrated in front of the District Collectorate here on Thursday protesting “harassment of innocent people” during police investigations into the May 13 serial blasts and the manner of arrest of ...
Congress-SP alliance taking shape in U.P.
Possibility of Rashtriya Lok Dal also figuring in the broad alliance to counter Mayawati
Drive to repair U.P. roads
Lucknow: A special drive will be launched in Uttar Pradesh to repair all roads in the State which have been damaged due to the torrential rains this year, PWD Minister Naseemuddin Siddiqui said here on Thursday. An additional amount ...
350 die of rain-related diseases
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