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M.P. to get its first nuclear power project
Bhopal: The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) has decided to set up an atomic station to generate 1400 MW power in Mandla district in Madhya Pradesh, officials said. The setting up of the first nuclear power station in the ...
JIPMER gets more kits for A(H1N1) testing
Move to provide uninterrupted testing facility
AYUSH comes up with suggestions to fight flu
Group of experts has been set up
Cracker waste cleared from roads in most parts of Puducherry
PUDUCHERRY: Post-Deepavali, the town wore a relatively clean look, thanks to the efforts of garbage collectors. Except in some pockets, cracker waste was cleared from the roads in most parts of the town by Sunday. “Contractors and ...
Centre to launch solar mission on November 14: Farooq
Consumers prefer fruits to milk products
DEHRA DUN: Sweets made of milk and milk products found few takers as consumers preferred fruits and dry fruits to the health hazards involved in eating or gifting milk products that might be synthetic. The masses seem to have been more ...
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