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Monday, June 07, 2004
Jha back in action with `Apaharan'
PATNA, JUNE 6. After losing his security deposit in the recent Lok Sabha elections in Bihar, noted filmmaker Prakah Jha, famous for his controversial movie `Gangajal', is back in action, making use of his experience at the hustings, with a new ...
Five held for Nalanda massacre
BIHARSHARIF (BIHAR), JUNE 6.Five persons have been arrested in connection with the killing of 11 labourers and a brick-kiln owner at Dinar village in Bihar's Nalanda district late Friday night, police said today. Altogether nine persons, ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Opium crop destroyed in two districts
SRINAGAR, JUNE 6.The Narcotics Control Bureau with the assistance of Jammu and Kashmir police has destroyed opium poppy crop worth Rs 25 crores spread around 167 hectares of land in twin districts of Anantnag and Pulwama in south Kashmir, a ...
Mufti visits aromatic plant farm
SRINAGAR, JUNE 6.To promote cultivation of aromatic and herbal plants in Kashmir, the Regional Research Laboratory (RRL) will involve local farmers for growing the flora. A two-pronged strategy will be adopted to attract the farming community ...
Mahe environmentalists' protest not justified: Valsaraj
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 6. The Pondicherry Health Minister, E. Valsaraj, today said the protest by some environmentalists in Mahe against the municipality's decision to let a private party renovate the Tagore Park, "lacked any valid ground or ...
Scheme for waste management
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 6. The Pondicherry Local Administration Minister, A. Elumalai, today said that the 15 tonnes of waste generated daily at the grand bazaar (vegetable section of the market) would be segregated under the waste management scheme. ...
Industrial training park soon
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 6. The Department of Labour would soon open an Industrial Training park for the benefit of candidates possessing Industrial Training Institute certificates to do courses in repairing, servicing and maintenance of medical ...
Career guidance fair concludes
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 6. The Director of Employment and Training. Rattan Singh has said that the 21-day exhibition organised by the employment exchange here to bring to focus the career-based courses for students who passed Plus-Two enabled more than ...
Sugar mills overcome huge losses
LUCKNOW, JUNE 6.The Uttar Pradesh government today said the losses of the State Sugar Corporation and Cooperative sugar mills are likely to come down by Rs 602.03 crores this year due to the steps taken by the government in this regard. Five ...
After Delhi, Lucknow plans `monkey ashram'
LUCKNOW, JUNE 6.After creating ruckus at the official residence of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, and numerous other dwellings in the district, monkeys will soon have an abode of their own with lots of trees to hang ...
Tiwari seeks Rs. 275 crores for Tehri oustees
DEHRA DUN, JUNE 6.Uttaranchal Chief Minister, N D Tiwari, has sought a special Rs. 275 crore- package from the Centre for the rehabilitation of the oustees of the 2400 MW Tehri Dam. Tiwari in separate letters to the Prime Minister, Manmohan ...
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