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Pondicherry varsity to collaborate with U.K counterpart
It will soon put in place a new academic package
Deadline for ban on plastic put off
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister V. Vaithilingam on Thursday evening said that the government had decided to put off the ban on plastic items in the Union Territory from July 1 to September 1. The delay in implementation was owing to administrative ...
Impinging tree branches along roads lopped off
PUDUCHERRY: Forest Department staff have started trimming low-hanging tree branches along the streets here ahead of the rainy season. The process has started in several areas in the town limits and would be extended to other areas, officials ...
Punjab reeling under power crisis
Power cuts of at least eight hours have been imposed in the urban areas
Free education for thalassemia students
CHANDIGARH: Panjab University will offer free education to students suffering from thalassemia from the upcoming new academic year, according to an official announcement here. “Panjab University’s senate has already passed the ...
Punjab to boost technical education
Chandigarh: The Punjab Government has laid special emphasis on self employment and entrepreneurship to generate employment potential. The discipline of Information Technology has been introduced in various diploma level institutes, ...
Discoms’ project picking up in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: “Proactive efforts” made by the three public sector power distribution companies in Rajasthan for implementing the Restructured Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Project (R-APDRP), the ambitious venture of the Union ...
Meira Kumar to address Rajasthan Assembly today
Jaipur: Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar will inaugurate a three day “enlightening course” being organised by Rajasthan Legislative Assembly for its new legislators beginning here on Friday. Ms. Kumar will also deliver an ...
‘Maoist’ activity on border with Nepal
Three border pillars damaged, red flag hoisted
Samajwadi Party to ‘mourn’ installation of Mayawati statues
LUCKNOW: The Samajwadi Party will pay “homage” to the Bahujan Samaj Party Government in Uttar Pradesh and “mourn” the installation of Chief Minister Mayawati’s statues in all district headquarters across the State ...
Pokhriyal stakes claim to form Govt. in Uttarakhand
DEHRA DUN: Uttarakhand Chief Minister-designate Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ arrived here from Delhi to a rousing welcome on Thursday. Cheerful party cadres brought him in a gala procession from the helipad to the State ...
A new name now for grand old Indian Botanical Gardens
KOLKATA: The 230-year-old Indian Botanical Gardens are going to be renamed as Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Botanical Gardens. Announcing this here, Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh described the move as ...
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