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Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Political parties want Assembly elections in Assam before Bihu
CEC on a three-day visit to the State to take stock on poll preparations
Reliance signs MoU with Haryana for SEZ
It will be set up over an area of 25,000 acres at a cost of Rs.25,000 crores
Power bill waiver scheme extended
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Power Distribution Corporations have decided to give an opportunity to the defaulting domestic and tubewell consumers of power in rural areas to enter the electricity bills waiver scheme up to January 31, 2006, with a ...
5 held for trying to snatch 3 lakhs
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana police have arrested five persons for allegedly snatching Rs. 3 lakhs from Panchanand Kundu, accountant of G.S. Developers and Contractors Private Limited at Vatika City in Badshahpur, Gurgaon. An official spokesman said ...
Voters' awareness drive
SHIMLA: Over 50 small and big non-Government organisations, social groups and voluntary organisations of Himachal Pradesh have come together to initiate a pre-election voters' awareness campaign in the wake of coming elections to ...
Dalit group holds protest to press for its demands
Memorandum submitted to the Chief Minister seeking redistribution of lands
Ministerial staff go on mass leave
PONDICHERRY: Ministerial staff in Pondicherry government departments went on mass leave on Monday in response to a call given by the Joint Action Committee of Employees. The committee, comprising the Confederation, the Central Federation and ...
Badal demands ban on Amarinder's Dubai visit
CM charged with ``running away'' from Assembly debate on corruption
Rajasthan may appoint mid-day meal commissioner
A new scheme for pregnant women to be launched
Scholar conferred Goswami Smriti Puraskar
JAIPUR: Eminent Sanskrit scholar Gangadhar Dwivedi and former head of the Press Information Bureau (PIB) Shakuntala Mahawal were conferred the first Goswami Smriti Puraskar here at a function on Monday. The awards, which are to be given annually ...
Workshop on trainer development ends
JAIPUR: A week-long national trainer development workshop ended at the Harish Chandra Mathur Rajasthan Institute of Public Administration here over the weekend. Nearly 70 trainees from Central and State organisations attended the training under ...
Centre trying to nail me down, says Mulayam
Apprehends misuse of CBI against SP
Cold wave toll 12 in U.P.
LUCKNOW: The persisting cold wave spell in Uttar Pradesh claimed two more lives in the past 24 hours, taking the death toll so far this winter to 12. The deaths were reported from Mainpuri and Badaun districts of the State, police sources ...
Panic over leopard menace
DEHRA DUN: It's a near curfew- like situation in many villages of Rudraprayag as residents dread venturing out of their houses fearing an attack by a leopard. The leopard has over the past few weeks attacked several women and children and made ...
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