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Sunday, November 06, 2005
Concern over falling gender ratio
Ensure attendance of girls in anganwadi centres, says Minister
Bhuria for separate tribal state
JHABUA (MP): Senior tribal leader Dilip Singh Bhuria on Saturday demanded formation of a separate state in the tribal- dominated belt of western Madhya Pradesh and neighbouring area of Gujarat, Maharashtra and Rajasthan. The Centre should form ...
Pondy produces handicrafts worth Rs. 6 crores
Central scheme covers 1,000 handicraftsmen A major chunk of the products are being exported, particularly to Italy, Germany, France and the United States
Welfare society for unorganised workers
Autorickshaw drivers, cobblers among those covered
FCI employees' union demands recruitment
"There is a lot of work pressure''
Consensus on discipline eludes core group
Vasundhara Raje stays away from Bharatiya Janata Party's "unofficial" forum
CPI(M) gets a red home in Pink City
JAIPUR: There is a new landmark for the Communist movement in Rajasthan with the Communist Party of India (Marxist)'s own office here in the Capital getting ready for inauguration this coming week. At present, barring the good old Indian National ...
Plea to reconsider clemency
Bitta to lead delegation of families of victims of terrorist violence
Cancer awareness day tomorrow
CHANDIGARH: The PGI here will observe National Cancer Awareness Day on Monday as per the guidelines of the National Cancer Control Programme enunciated by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, according to S.C. Sharma, Professor and Head of ...
Kotak Bank opens more branches
Full-fledged retail banking branch comes up in Sector 9
Congress announces candidates for by-polls
Notification will be issued on November 7
'Bhagirathi water not stopped'
DEHRA DUN: The Uttaranchal Chief Minister, Narayan Dutt Tiwari, on Saturday clarified that water from the Bhagirathi continued to flow downstream to form the holy Ganga and had not been totally stopped by the Tehri Dam as made out in a section of ...
Mulayam responsible for Mau deaths: BJP
MAU (UP): Holding Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, responsible for the death of 12 people in Mau riots, the BJP on Saturday asserted that a judicial probe should be conducted into last month's communal clashes. ``Had the Chief Minister ...
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