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    `People being misled in the name of anti-Lalu campaign'
    PATNA, NOV. 9.The BJP in Bihar today alleged that the leaders were misleading the people in the name of anti-Lalu campaign. Without taking the name of LJP leader Ram Vilas Paswan, BJP state president Gopal Narayan Singh told newspersons here ...

    `Chhattisgarh facing severe drought'
    RAIPUR, NOV. 9.The rice bowl State of Chhattisgarh is facing a severe drought condition as scattered rainfall has affected over 85 per cent of crop areas, a top official said here today. ``The crop in 85 tehsils out of total 98 are adversely ...

    Record paddy arrival
    CHANDIGARH, NOV. 9. The Haryana Government has so far contributed over two lakh metric tonnes of rice to the Central pool as against 1.83 lakh tonnes in the corresponding period last year. An official spokesman said here today that over 29.95 ...

    Himachal Pradesh
    BJP picks a row over land for Congress
    SHIMLA, NOV.9.The Bharatiya Janata Party has opposed the move to allot government land to the Congress for setting up its party office in the heart of Shimla. Criticising the ruling Congress Government's move to invite the AICC president, Sonia ...

    Madhya Pradesh
    Beware of MNCs, cautions Babulal Gaur
    BHOPAL, NOV. 9.The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Babulal Gaur, said today that capitalism was bound to harm the country and cautioned against attempts by multinational companies, especially those operating from the United States, to monopolise ...

    Seven policemen suspended over self-immolation bid
    PONDICHERRY, NOV. 9.Seven Karaikal policemen have been suspended following an attempt at self-immolation by an arrested person in the police station. The Pondicherry Senior Superintendent of Police (Law and Order), Sunil Garg, who served the ...

    Home Guards being strengthened
    PONDICHERRY, NOV. 9. Eighty people would be recruited soon to strengthen the Home Guards, the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Pondicherry, Sunil Garg, has said. Recruitment for the India Reserve Battalion sanctioned for Pondicherry by ...

    Police come to aid of shoppers
    Pondicherry Nov. 9. No vehicles will be allowed on Jawaharlal Nehru Street the whole of Wednesday to ensure free movement of shoppers on Deepavali eve, according to the Senior Superintendent of Police (Law and Order) Sunil Garg. The traffic wing ...

    Some yoga lessons for Chief Minister, Cabinet colleagues
    JAIPUR, NOV. 9.Breathing exercises and "yogic kriyas'' will be injecting new energy into the working of the Bharatiya Janata Party Government in Rajasthan as the State Cabinet, led by Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje is taking lessons from ...

    Protest marches by farmers
    JAIPUR, NOV.9.Farmers held protest marches and demonstrations in various parts of Rajasthan today as an act of solidarity with those in Sriganganagar who have been agitating for their share of water for irrigation. They submitted a charter of ...

    `Administration at your doorstep' campaign
    JAIPUR, NOV. 9.The Rajasthan Minister for Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Kalulal Gujjar, has announced that the State Government would launch a "Prashaasan Aapke Dwaar'' (administration at your doorstep) campaign in the rural areas from ...

    Experts to discuss challenges before NGOs
    JAIPUR, NOV. 9.Experts from several countries will discuss issues relating to research on non-Government organisations, challenges before NGOs in the rural power structure, public-private partnership and sustainability and empowerment of the poor ...

    Union Territories
    Soldier cremated
    CHANDIGARH, NOV. 9. The body of Sepoy Manish Kumar of Fifth Kumaun was cremated with full military and State honours at village Ramgarh in Jind district today. Sepoy Manish Kumar died when a team of five soldiers was suddenly attacked by ...

    Ford Fusion launched
    CHANDIGARH, NOV.9.Ford India today launched its Urban Activity Vehicle----the Ford Fusion---in the City Beautiful here. Addressing a press conference, the Ford India Managing Director and President, David Friedman, announced that the ...

    Uttar Pradesh
    Diwali shopping comes of age
    LUCKNOW, NOV 9.`Dhanteras' shopping is now no longer confined to buying only utensils or household items but also encompassing things like jewellery, electronic gadgets and automobiles. As Diwali approaches, markets are swarming with buyers ...

    Pandal gutted minutes before Tiwari's arrival
    DEHRA DUN, NOV. 9. What could have been a major tragedy was averted as the pandal and podium put up at Raj Bhavan here for the Air Warriors' Symphony Orchestra and high tea to mark the fourth Foundation Day of Uttaranchal went up in flames barely ...

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