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Thursday, July 28, 2005
Testing track soon near Indore
M.P. Government to provide 4,000 acres of land for track of international standards
Congress walk out over murder of party worker
BHOPAL: The opposition Congress members protested in the well of the State Assembly and staged a walk-out on Wednesday when the House took up for discussion a calling attention motion over a murder case linked with the Dewri Village Development ...
Governor returns Bill on private varsities
BHOPAL: Acting under Article 200 of the Constitution, the Governor Balram Jakhar on Wednesday returned to the Assembly the Madhya Pradesh Private Universities Bill, 2003, which was passed by the Assembly on March 28, 2003, and was ...
Lakhera asks youth to take up self-employment projects
Special Economic Zone to promote automobile industry, Information Technology related products Special Economic Zone to promote automobile, IT sector products
Punjab says 'no' to plastic bags
Cabinet also approves setting up of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) under Industrial Policy 2003
Two Rajasthan Ministers lock horns over PDS
Bone of contention is blackmarketing of wheat meant for tribal population
Meeting with farm leader comes a cropper
JAIPUR: A meeting between the emissaries of the Rajasthan Government -- Irrigation Minister Sanwarlal Jat and Grievances Redressal Committee chairman S.N. Gupta -- and the farmers' leader, Hetram Beniwal, in Ajmer jail on Wednesday failed to ...
Probe ordered into spurious liquor tragedy
Official toll put at 20; ex-gratia enhanced to Rs. 25, 000
Raising Day celebrated
JAIPUR: The 67th Raising Day of the Central Reserve Police Force was celebrated on Wednesday at the Internal Security Academy at Mount Abu in Rajasthan. Inspector-General and Director of the Academy D.N.S. Bisht addressed the trainee officers and ...
Chandigarh heading towards becoming major IT Centre
Quality education, medical facilities and a high standard of living have positioned Chandigarh among the best cities of the country
Congress alleges rise in atrocities on Dalits in U.P.
Salman Khurshid leads rally against Uttar Pradesh Government In a memorandum, the Dalit Utthan Task Force has demanded that the Governor take effective steps to check violations of rights being committed on Dalits
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