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Monday, July 26, 2004
Haryana to regulate power supply
CHANDIGARH, JULY 25.The Haryana Government has decided to regulate power supply in the State for sustaining Kharif crop and for meeting the drinking water requirement in the wake of drought- like situation because of the late monsoon in the ...
Chautala sees Centre's hand in Punjab Act
CHANDIGARH, JULY 25.The Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, today charged that the Congress-led UPA Government should resign on moral grounds as it had failed to maintain the sanctity of the Constitution and the Supreme Court on the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Two pilgrims found dead
JAMMU, JULY 25.Two Vaishno Devi pilgrims were found dead under mysterious circumstances while an Amarnath yatri lost his life in a road accident in which three others were critically injured, official sources said today. The Vaishno Devi ...
High Court stays J&K selection list
M.P. move on parks draws flak
CPI demands probe into Public Works Department payments
PONDICHERRY, JULY 25. The Executive Committee of the Pondicherry State Communist Party of India has called upon the Territorial Government to order an enquiry into the `payment of Rs 53.49 lakhs by Public Works Department to contractors for works ...
Government to start medical college soon
PONDICHERRY, JULY 25. The Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, has said that steps had been taken to start a State Government run medical college in Pondicherry soon. This would facilitate availability of doctors without hindrance, as the health ...
Youth Congress motorcycle rally
PONDICHERRY, JULY 25. Activists of the Pondicherry State youth Congress Committee today took out a motorcycle rally from near the party office here to Lal Bahadhur Sastri road to propogate the good features of the budgets of the United ...
`Involve people in environment protection'
PONDICHERRY, JULY 25. The Founder of the Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry Environment Councils, L.Antonysamy has stressed the need for associating the people in every process of finalising solutions to combat threat to environment. Addressing a ...
Power crisis worsens
Eradi Tribunal visits Karnal
CHANDIGARH, JULY 25.The members of the Eradi Tribunal, entrusted with the task to specify the quantum of Ravi-Beas waters to be distributed among Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan, today visited the Western Yamuna Canal (WJC) at Karnal. The ...
U.P. police admit rise in crime
LUCKNOW, JULY 25. The U.P. police has admitted rise in crime in the state in comparison to previous years. The admission by the state police department has given credence to the Opposition's claim that criminal activities have increased during ...
Joshi differs with Tripathi over action against U.P. Govt.
LUCKNOW, JULY 25.The former Union Minister, Murli Manohar Joshi, has said that his party would not support any unconstitutional application of Article 356 to dismiss the Uttar Pradesh Government headed by the Samajwdi Party leader, Mulayam Singh ...
Justice Sirpurkar sworn in as Uttaranchal Chief Justice
DEHRA DUN, JULY 25.Uttaranchal Governor Sudarshan Agarwal administered the oath of office to Justice Sirpurkar at a simple ceremony here. Chief Minister N.D. Tiwari, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Indira Hridesh, Assembly Speaker Yashpal Arya, ...
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