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Friday, July 08, 2005
BJP retains two seats in Gujarat
GANDHINAGAR: With only three nominations filed for the three seats from the State to the Upper House, all the three were declared elected unopposed from on the last day of withdrawal of nominations on Thursday. While for Ahmed Patel, the ...
Himachal rivers flowing above danger mark
Red alert in many areas; Chandigarh-Manali highway under water
No threat from rising Yamuna
Haryana's assurance to Delhi
Jammu & Kashmir
Baglihar project work suspended
Rising water level a threat to nearby civilian areas also
Flood toll increases to 42
24 die in flash floods; hundreds stranded
Child labourers rescued in Mumbai begin their journey back home
Issues of weak laws, poverty at home yet to be addressed; probability of children returning to city high
Shiv Sena parades 52 MLAs before Speaker
Expulsion illegal, says Rane; to challenge it in court
Maoists kill five
BHUBANESWAR: Five persons were killed by suspected Maoists in Orissa's Sambalpur district on early Thursday. Armed extremists, numbering about 25, killed them in Tamparsingha, Larabira and Banjaritikra villages. Victims were suspected to be ...
Union wants disaster management panel
PONDICHERRY: The Union of Workers of Mechanised Fishing Boats here has called upon the Central Government to create a separate National Disaster Management Commission with full powers. Such a commission should be established through ...
Curfew calmped in Bhilwara
Clashes mark bandh in Rajasthan; policemen among several hurt
NHRC directive in disappearances case
CBI asked to permit Punjab to inspect documents relating to 64 persons
Gang of cheats busted
Two held for selling fake gemstones
Stage set for famous car festival
Security beefed up in view of attack on Ram temple in Ayodhya
Buddhadeb, Ghisingh to hold talks on July 15
KOLKATA: The demand by Subhas Ghisingh, caretaker Chairman of the Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council (DGHC), for extending its jurisdiction beyond the Darjeeling hills will be the focus of the July 15 talks between him and West Bengal Chief Minister ...
All 6 Rajya Sabha candidates elected unopposed
KOLKATA: All six candidates for the Rajya Sabha from West Bengal, including Sitaram Yechury and Brinda Karat, both members of the polit bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), were elected uncontested here on Thursday. The ...
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