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It is joy unbound for young Kislay's family
PATNA, FEB. 2. The family members of the schoolboy, Kislay Kaushik, may justifiably see the hand of God in his release from captivity today. For, they had just completed the `Durga Path' when news came of Kislay having been rescued from the hands ...
LJP, BJP behind abductions, alleges Lalu
PATNA, FEB. 2. The Rashtriya Janata Dal chief and Railway Minister, Lalu Prasad, today accused the leaders of the Lok Janshakti Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party of engineering the kidnapping of schoolchildren to damage his image and make ...
Parrikar Government wins trust vote
PANAJI, FEB. 2. The Manohar Parrikar Government in Goa won the vote of confidence amid high drama that unfolded in the State Assembly soon after tea break here today. According to the Speaker, Vishwas Satarkar, the motion moved by Mr. Parrikar ...
Goa: BJP may go to court
NEW DELHI, FEB. 2. Both the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress today described the political events in Goa leading to the dismissal of the Parrikar Government by the Governor as ``murder of democracy,'' even as the BJP president, L.K. ...
Govt. for `quality production'
SHIMLA, FEB.2.The State Government has stressed the need for timely value addition and diversification in various horticultural products being produced in the state. "The need of the hour is to go for quality production rather than the quantity ...
Finance companies seize MPRTC buses
BHOPAL, FEB. 2.The State-owned autonomous Madhya Pradesh Road Transport Corporation (MPRTC) is running in huge losses and matters have reached such a pass that some financial institutions have started using court orders to confiscate its movable ...
Rs. 15 crores allotted for upkeep of Victoria Terminus
NEW DELHI, FEB. 2. Indian Railways has allocated Rs. 15 crores for the upkeep of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, the erstwhile Victoria Terminus, in Mumbai, as a World Heritage Building. Of the total amount, Rs.5 crores has been provided for ...
Medical officers, health educators undergo training
PONDICHERRY, FEB. 2. An 18-member team of medical officers, health educators, nurses and of the Pondicherry Health Department today underwent a one-day training to relieve through psycho-social care the tsunami-hit people of the trauma and ...
Govt. imports citrus varieties
CHANDIGARH, FEB.2.To ensure appropriate remuneration for fruit cultivators as well as playing an important role in the international market, the Punjab Government has imported 23 high-yielding varieties of citrus fruits. According to an ...
Budget session begins today
JAIPUR, FEB. 2.The Budget session of the Rajasthan Assembly is starting here tomorrow amid a general feeling that the sittings of the House had been far less than the stipulated number of days in a calendar year. The House is being convened after ...
U.P. bandh on TOT, VAT partial
LUCKNOW, FEB 2. The 12-hour Uttar Pradesh bandh, called by traders' unions, against the Turn Over Tax (TOT) and Value Added Tax (VAT) today evoked partial response with most of petrol pumps and medicine shops remaining closed. The U.P. ...
BSP ultimatum on CBI probe
LUCKNOW, FEB. 2.The Bahujan Samaj Party today sought a CBI probe into the recent murder of its MLA Raju Pal and threatened to move the court if Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav failed to accede to the demand ``within 24 hours.'' BSP supremo ...
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