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Lalu accuses Nitish government of fostering divisive tendencies
Lashes out at its ‘developmental policies’
Bihar to give 100 acres of land to AMU
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said his government had decided to give 100 acres of land to the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) for establishment of an education centre in Bihar’s Kishanganj district. ...
Chautala Sr. to contest from two constituencies
CHANDIGARH: Former Haryana Chief Minister and Indian National Lok Dal president Om Parkash Chautala will contest the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections in the State from Ellenabad and Uchana Kalan constituencies. This was announced by his son, ...
Himachal villages excluded from sanctuary areas
Soren non-committal on UPA status
Ranchi: JMM chief Shibu Soren on Saturday refrained from giving a clear reply as to whether his party was still part of the UPA in Jharkhand. “It appears that the UPA is in tatters in the state. Only time will clear the air,” Mr. ...
Chauhan’s silence strange: Jamuna
Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Congress on Saturday dubbed as strange the silence of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on the mysterious death of Bhopal Development Authority’s chief executive officer, who went missing from a train while ...
“BJP will not win any seat in Haryana”
Gwalior: Claiming that the BJP won’t win a single seat in the Haryana Assembly polls, Indian National Lok Dal president Omprakash Chautala, said on Saturday that the saffron party’s organisational set up has crumbled in the ...
Residential school planned for children of Karaikal fishermen
Minister inaugurates Workshop on Judicious Fishing
Medical graduates urged to upgrade knowledge
South Indian Medical Students Conference inaugurated in Puducherry
Interim relief for Puducherry sugar mill employees
PUDUCHERRY: The government has decided to provide an interim relief to employees of the Puducherry Cooperative Sugar Mills from this month. A committee will be constituted to submit recommendations to the government on the new pay scales for ...
Need for ‘multi-faceted response’ to tackle global warming
Rajasthan Home Secretary passes away
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Home Secretary S. N. Thanvi died in the early hours of Saturday following a heart attack. Mr. Thanvi, known for his versatile administrative and communicative skills, was also the Secretary for Information and Public ...
Nishank asks students to be disciplined
Dehra Dun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Ramesh Pokhariyal Nishank on Saturday stressed that without discipline, target cannot be reached. Addressing students at the DBS College here, Mr. Nishank said students from the State were ...
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