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Monday, December 20, 2004
MP receives life threat
GAYA, DEC. 19.The security of ruling RJD Lok Sabha member from Gaya, Rajesh Kumar Manjhi, has been beefed up after he received a threat to his life. Manjhi requested to enhance his security following a call on his mobile phone on Friday during ...
No feeding of monkeys on Shimla streets
SHIMLA, DEC. 19.Next time you feed a monkey or spit on the streets of this tourist hot spot, there is every chance of ending up paying a hefty fine. Feeding monkeys, or stray animals in public places coming under Shimla Municipal Corporation Area ...
NDA bracing for a tough fight in Jharkhand
RANCHI, DEC. 19.The ruling BJP-led NDA is getting ready for a tough fight to retain power in Jharkhand with the opposition UPA determined to oust it in the first assembly elections after the creation of the state four years ago. On Friday, the ...
Jharkhand to undertake elephant conservation project
RANCHI, DEC. 19.The Jharkhand government will undertake a centrally-sponsored Rs 1.5 crore project for conservation of elephants in the State. The major portion of the funds will be spent on measures to minimise man-elephant conflicts in ...
Tackle power issue on priority: Digvijay
BHOPAL, DEC. 19.The All India Congress Committee (AICC) General Secretary and former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Digvijay Singh, today said that instead of passing the buck it would be prudent on the part of those who are now at the helm of ...
1,000 die of tuberculosis daily
PONDICHERRY, DEC. 19. India accounts for nearly one-third of tuberculosis patients world over, G. Subramanyam Reddy, Director of Health and Family Welfare Services, said today. Inaugurating a continuing medical education programme, organised by ...
Council of Panchayati Raj Ministers to be set up
JAIPUR, DEC. 19. The Union Minister for Panchayati Raj, Mani Shankar Aiyar, today announced the formation of a Council of the Panchayati Raj Ministers of all States to ensure the implementation of recommendations made in seven round-table ...
Oil refinery issue still open: Aiyar
JAIPUR, DEC. 19.The Union Petroleum Minister, Mani Shankar Aiyar, today said any decision on setting up an oil refinery in Rajasthan would be taken on a "rational, economic and technical basis'' and clarified that the doors were not being closed ...
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