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Wednesday, October 26, 2005
Gujarat elections largely peaceful
GANDHINAGAR: Barring stray incidents of violence, including private firing, polling for elections to 23 district panchayats, 209 taluk panchayats and 49 municipalities in Gujarat ended peacefully on Tuesday. Initial reports indicated a turnout ...
`India ready to open up LoC on humanitarian grounds'
All care would be taken to prevent possible penetration by terrorists: Patil
Shivraj Patil urges Punjab, Haryana for dialogue to resolve water issue
Punjab demands a fresh tribunal to decide the share of Ravi-Beas waters between the two states
`Doubts over Indo-U.S. nuclear pact'
BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party president Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Tuesday said that the nuclear agreement between India and the US had come within the purview of doubt due to populist statements emanating from America. In a ...
Delimitation order enforcement sought
PONDICHERRY: The People's Unity Forum has urged the Election Commission to make effective the order of the Delimitation Commission finalising the territorial limits of the Assembly constituencies in the Union Territory. Mr. Elayaperumal, the ...
PONDICHERRY: Chief Minister N. Rangasamy and Development Commissioner cum Relief, Rehabilitation Commissioner of Pondicherry B. V. Selvaraj and officials concerned with tsunami relief and rehabilitation works participated in an interaction on ...
"Terror issue being raised to divert attention from failures"
JALANDHAR: The Punjab Government is raking up the issue of terrorism to divert the attention of people from its ``failures'' and ``misgovernance,'' opposition leader and SAD chief Parkash Singh Badal on Tuesday alleged. ``The history of the ...
Rajasthan Congress gets a new team
Many supporters of former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot find place in the much-awaited list
Campaign to collect funds for quake victims
JAIPUR: Former Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Monday launched a campaign here to collect funds for the earthquake victims in Jammu and Kashmir. He addressed a gathering of prominent citizens to seek contributions to the Prime Minister's ...
New industrial areas approved for desert State
Cheaper power for Gaushalas
JAIPUR: The three public sector Electricity Distribution Corporations of Rajasthan -- situated in Jaipur, Jodhpur and Ajmer -- have decided to charge concessional power tariff from Gaushalas following the directions of the State Government. An ...
Absconding MLA Mukhtar Ansari surrenders
Charged with instigating communal violence in Mau
Cong. slams Amar Singh for remarks on Governor
UPCC to launch protest against the ``misrule'' of the SP-led Govt.
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