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Bihar
Bihar too poor to bear RTE burden: Nitish
“The 55:45 Centre-State fund sharing ratio will overstretch resources of cash-strapped Bihar”

‘Bihar massacre patrons are still at large'
Nitish Kumar disbanded the Commission

Haryana
Left parties court arrest in Punjab, Haryana
Chandigarh: Hundreds of workers of CPI and CPI (M) on Thursday courted arrest in Punjab and Haryana in protest against the rise in prices of essential commodities. They held demonstrations at all district headquarters to protest against ...

More DA for Haryana staff
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Finance Minister Ajay Singh Yadav on Thursday announced an increase in the rate of dearness allowance payable to the State Government employees. The rate has gone up from the existing 27 per cent to 35 per cent. The DA ...

Villagers bid farewell to Dantewada victims
CHANDIGARH: A pall of gloom enveloped Nand Gaon and Alampur villages in Bhiwani district on Thursday as the people bid tearful adieu to two of their brave sons, Sandeep Yadav and Pradeep Kumar, who were among the 76 CRPF personnel killed in ...

Orissa


Puducherry
“Natesan Nagar roads pathetic”
PUDUCHERRY: Roads in several areas within the Oulgaret Municipality, such as parts of Natesan Nagar, are crying for attention. Gundu Salai, which passes through Natesan Nagar and Boomiyanpet, extending from Cuddalore Road to Villianur ...

Police lathicharge protesting cadre of Left parties


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Punjab
Left parties court arrest in Punjab, Haryana
Chandigarh: Hundreds of workers of CPI and CPI (M) on Thursday courted arrest in Punjab and Haryana in protest against the rise in prices of essential commodities. They held demonstrations at all district headquarters to protest against ...

Punjab traders to buy wheat from U.P.
Chandigarh: Punjab's wheat output is unlikely to find many private buyers during the ongoing rabi season due to the high cost of lifting caused by “excessive” taxes and availability of the crop at lower rates in Uttar ...

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Rajasthan
Wheat, mustard procured in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Rajya Sahakari Tilhan Utpadan Sangh has procured wheat and mustard worth over Rs.11 crore on minimum support prices from farmers and established procurement centres in various districts of the State. According to ...

Jaipur writer honoured
JAIPUR: The Public Relations Council of India has conferred the K. R. Singh memorial lifetime achievement award for 2010 on noted Jaipur-based author and public relations activist Manohar Prabhakar in recognition of his distinguished ...

Thousands mourn Shekhawati's loss
JAIPUR: The residents of Shekhawati on Thursday bade farewell to three of its sons who lost their lives in Tuesday's Maoist attack on the CRPF contingent in Chhattisgarh. Thousands, including women who otherwise are not allowed to participate ...

Uttar Pradesh
Rita stirs another controversy
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee president Rita Bahuguna Joshi has stirred another controversy by attacking statues of Mayawati constructed by the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister herself. Ms. Joshi has, however, denied any insinuation ...

Uttaranchal
Sants plan silent protest in Haridwar today
DEHRA DUN: Peeved at being “taken for a ride” first by BJP veteran L. K. Advani over the Ram Mandir issue and now the Congress-led UPA Government over closure of the already “closed” power projects on the Bhagirathi ...

Visakhapatnam


West Bengal
Left parties planning ‘Bharat bandh'
KOLKATA: The Opposition parties which are not allied with either the Congress or the BJP may call for an all-India bandh in protest against the Centre's policies leading to price rise, said Biman Bose, Chairman of the Left Front Committee in ...




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