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Thursday, July 14, 2005
Haryana announces new norms for estate management
`Revised procedures developed in accordance with the current market scenario'
Steps to check diseases
Panchkula administration gears up for monsoon
Jammu & Kashmir
Centre dividing Hurriyat, says Omar Abdullah
`Only Kashmir people can resolve the issue'
Tributes paid to martyrs who rebelled against Dogra rule
Hurriyat strike hits life, Geelani placed under house arrest
More allocation of natural gas sought
The Karaikal plant will meet power requirements if its capacity is raised by 100 MW
Anandaraj to enter politics
PONDICHERRY: Film actor Anandaraj said today that he would join a political party soon and contest the Assembly poll due next year in Pondicherry. He told newsmen here on Wednesday that he had completed all the formalities of having his name ...
Exempted from property tax
PONDICHERRY: The Pondicherry Administration has exempted ex-servicemen and widows of ex-servicemen from payment of house or property tax to the municipal authorities. A release from the Director of Department of Sainik Welfare here said on ...
PMC protests removal of scaffolding
PONDICHERRY: A group of activists of the Puduchery Munnetra Congress (PMC) headed by its vice president P. Iyyanarappan today staged a road roko on S V Patel Salai, here, on Wednesday to mark the party's protest against the alleged attempt of PWD ...
Man hacked to death
PONDICHERRY: A 33-year-old man was hacked to death in broad day light near Muthirayarpalayam near here today. Raghu, a government employee, was attacked by a group of people with lethal weapons near his house at 8.45 am and died on the spot. ...
Badal asks Blair to protect Punjabis, shrines
CHANDIGARH: The Shiromani Akali Dal has formally urged the Tony Blair Government in the U.K. to take immediate and effective steps to prevent recurrence of hate attacks against Sikhs and other Punjabis in retaliation for what the party has ...
Kisan Sabha to revive stir
JAIPUR: The Communist Party of India (Marxist)-affiliated All India Kisan Sabha has announced a series of agitation programmes in Rajasthan, including revival of the farmers' stir in Gharsana and Rawla, starting this month. The Kisan Sabha ...
Mining banned in Braj hills
Rajasthan not to issue any new licences The move follows a massive agitation for preservation of sacred spots in the region associated with Lord Krishna.
Army out in U.P. for evacuation
Amarnath Yatra suspended for a day due to continuous downpour
U.P. wants equal honour for PAC
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh government is likely to raise the issue of giving ``due credit'' to Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) personnel in protecting the Ram Janmabhoomi during the July 5 attack by terrorists, at tomorrow's meeting with Union ...
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