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Thursday, December 08, 2005
Bihar falling into debt trap: CAG
Liabilities of the State stand at three times its revenue receipts
Haryana for early detection of diseases
CHANDIGARH: Programme for early detection of outbreak of any disease. A sum of Rs. 2.17 crores has been earmarked for its implementation during the current financial year, the Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Health, Urvashi ...
Jammu & Kashmir
`Urdu not language of Muslims only'
National University plans centres in Saudi Arabia, UAE
Fishermen injured in clash
Police cane, teargas warring groups at Kurusukuppam; arrest six
Right to Information Act implemented fully: Rangasamy
International conference on `Information Security' inaugurated
Amarinder's Dubai visit official this time
The purpose is to study infrastructure projects by Emmar MGF
Vasundhara welcomes debate on SEZ
"I don't want Rajasthan to lag behind in these days of competition," says Chief Minister
Health insurance for farmers mooted
Rs. 2 lakhs medical facilities to be made available
SMS messages in Hindi made faster
JAIPUR: A software for mobile devices which would enable faster typing of SMS messages in Hindi and four other Indian languages has been launched here. An enhanced version of the popular T9 Text Input from Tegic Communications launched early this ...
Power defaulters to face the music
CHANDIGARH: The Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN) has directed its field officers to disconnect those connections against which payment of bills is pending for the last two billing cycles or more. An official note said that the DHBVN ...
U.P. set to usher in CNG regime
LUCKNOW: Overcoming initial hiccups in its implementation, the Uttar Pradesh Government is all set to usher in the CNG regime in the State on the lines of the National Capital. In pursuance of the Supreme Court directive, the Uttar Pradesh ...
BJP projects Varun to counter Rahul in U.P.
The young BJP leader accompanies Advani on his trip to Varanasi and Ghazipur
Manjunath murder accused booked under Gangster Act
LUCKNOW: Police have booked all the accused in the murder of young Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) official S Majnunath under the Gangster Act. The Superintendent of Police (Lakhimpur Kheri), Zaki Ahmed, told UNI that the eight accused were ...
U.P. to use computer-based fingerprinting
Police working on automated system to connect 70 districts
Congressmen too hold march against Tewari
Chief Minister paying no heed to Sonia's austerity call, says party leader
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