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Rudy asked to pay for Vajpayee's poll visit
PATNA, JULY 2.The district administration of Chapra has ordered the Bharatiya Janata Party leader and former Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Rajiv Pratap Rudy, to pay the Rs. 6.3 lakhs it spent on the visit of the then Prime Minister, Atal ...

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  • No confrontation with RJD: Paswan

    Haryana to construct Express Highway
    CHANDIGARH, JULY 2. The Haryana Government has a plan to construct an express highway, within the State, to connect National Highways No. 1 (Delhi-Ambala), 10 (Delhi-Hissar) and 8 (Delhi-Jaipur) at an estimated cost of Rs. 1,200 crore. A ...

    Balaram Jakhar caught unawares
    GANDHINAGAR, JULY 2. The speed with which Kailashpati Mishra was dismissed as Governor of Gujarat and Balaram Jhakhar took over charge has confused the State Government. The protocol department of the State Government apparently was unaware of ...

    Shootout in Gurgaon court
    GURGAON(HARYANA), JULY 2.In what seems to be the fall-out of a gang war, a man accused of involvement in various criminal offences was shot at by three assailants at the main entrance of a court in Gurgaon today. The victim is stated to be out of ...

    Jammu & Kashmir
    J&K in financial crisis
    SRINAGAR, JULY 2. The People's Democratic Party-led coalition Government in Jammu and Kashmir feels it has been "pushed to the wall" with the Central Government refusing to release special grants. In the absence of a "special treatment," the ...

    Defying orders, 2,000 devotees prepare for Amarnath yatra
    SRINAGAR, JULY 2. The Jammu and Kashmir Governor, S.K. Sinha, today performed `Vyas Purnima' which marks the symbolic start of the annual pilgrimage to the Amarnath cave, and over 2,000 devotees, defying the Government's decision to start the ...

    7 policemen killed in blast
    JAMMU, JULY 2. Seven policemen, including a Deputy Superintendent of Police, were killed and nine injured, three of them critically, when an improvised explosive device exploded in Kishtwar area of Doda district today. They were escorting the ...

    Additional charge for Maharashtra Governor
    PANAJI, JULY 2.Mohammed Fazal, Maharashtra Governor, will be sworn in as the Governor of Goa on Saturday at a ceremony at the Raj Bhavan at 10 a.m. According to official sources, Mr. Fazal will hold additional charge of Goa till a new Governor ...

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  • Special court asked to consider Salman Khan's claim

    Pondicherry's own Hyde Park?
    PONDICHERRY, JULY 2. The sprawling Bharathi Park here may not offer a quiet refuge from the teeming city around it, but it has certainly found other uses: it has become a venue for protests, dharnas and demonstrations by employees, workers of ...

    Government school bags national awards
    PONDICHERRY, JULY 2. The government-run Technical Higher Secondary School, Lawspet, near here, has received three awards from the National Council of Education Research and Training for `best practices in vocational education' during 2004. The ...

    Jha's resignation `should not be accepted'
    PONDICHERRY, JULY 2. N.N. Jha should continue as the Pondicherry Lt Governor and the President should not accept his resignation, the Bharatiya Janata Party's Pondicherry committee president, R. Kesavalu, has said. He termed the allegation ...

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  • Biomass gasifier power plant inaugurated
  • Education loan mela
  • ICF rolls out new diesel units
  • Government drivers go on strike
  • Save us from heavy interest burden: borrowers

    Badal sets `Panthic agenda' for SGPC polls
    CHANDIGARH, JULY 2.Setting up a first-of-its-kind Sikh Educational Secretariat to promote and regulate vibrant educational environs, starting of Sikh University and a state-of-the-art TV channel are some of the highlights of Shiromani Akali Dal's ...

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  • Akali factions clash at SGPC election rally
  • Punjab air link to Los Angeles

    Relief for Saharia tribe
    JAIPUR, JULY 2. The Centre has assured the Rajasthan Government that the families belonging to the poor Saharia tribe of southern Rajasthan would be provided relief under the Antyodaya Anna Yojana during the current financial year. The Chief ...

    Uttar Pradesh
    Mulayam retains RLD Ministers
    LUCKNOW, JULY 2. Resignations of 31 Uttar Pradesh Ministers were accepted by the Governor, Vishnu Kant Shastri, today on the advice of the Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav. Earlier, all the Ministers had handed over their resignation letters ...

    West Bengal
    Attack on lensmen: CM seeks report
    KOLKATA, JULY 2.The West Bengal Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, has sought a report from the City Police Commissioner on the reported assault on the photographers of some television channels after his departure from the toy exhibition at ...

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