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Friday, August 05, 2005
Anti-rat race in Arunachal Pradesh
ITANAGAR: The Pied Piper would have had a field day in Arunachal Pradesh this year. Flowering bamboo has led to a proliferation of rats. The authorities are willing to pay to get rid of the infestation. A rat-tail fetches Rs 2. Just drop them, ...
CPI (M) demands ST status for Assam tea tribes
Convention adopts 11-point charter
Two traders shot dead
MOTIHARI: Two traders were shot dead and two injured in separate incidents that sparked off tension here, police said on Thursday. Medicine dealer Anil Kumar Jha and his father Siddheshwar Jha were shot at and critically injured when AK-47 ...
50 per cent teaching posts for rural candidates: Hooda
Haryana Cabinet decision to enhance job opportunities
Jammu & Kashmir
Rights violations will not be tolerated: Sayeed
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed on Thursday declared that human rights violations by security forces will not be tolerated. Mr. Sayeed, whose coalition government is completing three years in office on November ...
Big farmers behind agitation: Raje
BJP organises counter rally in Sriganganagar village
Rain sinks Bhiwandi powerlooms
Calamity cripples major industry; losses estimated at Rs. 600 crores
Slumdwellers reclaim land
People whose homes were razed during the demolition drive in Mumbai have returned
MSEB comes in for praise
Power restored to 90-95 p.c. of consumers
Ministers hold talks with Naga students
IMPHAL: Three ministers held a preliminary round of talks with the protesting All-Naga Students Association, Manipur (ANSAM), in Senapati district on Wednesday evening in a bid to get the economic blockade imposed on this State lifted. A ...
Shanmugham's appointment as PCC chief welcomed
Rank and file of the Congress happy with announcement
Feel a quake, volcanic eruption in Science City
CHANDIGARH: Feel an earthquake erupt around you and a volcano throw ash and lava into the air at the Pushpa Gujral Science City (PGSC). The dynamic earth gallery which is coming up at PGSC in Kapurthala district of Punjab would provide ...
U.P. power situation critical
LUCKNOW: The power situation in Uttar Pradesh has deteriorated further with generation dipping to a new low and Northern Grid becoming ``very vulnerable'', triggering alarms in a State of 175 million people. The power demand in the State has ...
Two held for firing in MLAs' hostel
BJP MLAs demand CM's dismissal
Buddhadeb expresses concern over rising crime against women
Mamata's decision `justified'
KOLKATA: Mamata Banerjee's reported decision to resign from the Lok Sabha "is politically justified," the Leader of the Opposition in the West Bengal Assembly and Trinamool Congress leader, Pankaj Banerjee, said here on Thursday. The Trinamool ...
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