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    Nitish's exercise an eyewash, says CPI(ML)
    PATNA, APRIL 8. In a fresh dampner to JD (U) leader Nitish Kumar's efforts to install popular government in Bihar, the CPI(ML) today said as the outcome of the recent polls was not only against the RJD and UPA but also BJP and NDA, talks of ...

    Minister says Haryana has paid for upkeep of canals
    CHANDIGARH, APRIL 8.allegation by the Punjab Irrigation Department that despite repeated requests the Haryana Government was not providing funds for repair of the Bhakra main line and the Narwana branch in Punjab territory. Capt. Ajay Singh ...

    Madhya Pradesh
    Massive tax evasion by traders detected
    BHOPAL, APRIL 8.The Madhya Pradesh department of Commercial Tax has registered a growth of about 17 per cent in terms of revenue collection during the just concluded financial year. Commercial Tax evasion to the tune of Rs. 6.28 crore was also ...

    Assembly witnesses noisy scenes
    PONDICHERRY, APRIL 8. The Pondicherry Assembly today witnessed noisy scenes for nearly fifteen minutes during the question hour over the issue of granting of autonomy to Jawarharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research ...

    `Confer more powers on Additional Secretaries'
    PONDICHERRY, APRIL 8. Leader of the Opposition in the Assembly R.V. Janakiraman (DMK) has called upon the Union Administration to confer additional powers on the Additional Secretaries. The elevation of Joint Secretaries, as Additional ...

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    Panjab varsity to host meet on biotechnology
    CHANDIGARH, APRIL 8. Keeping pace with the biotech boom in India, the Department of Biotechnology of the University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Panjab University, is organising a symposium on "Biotechnology: Engineering Nature'' here ...

    Punjab's assurance to chemists
    LUDHIANA, APRIL 8.About 35,000 chemists across Punjab would start buying drugs and medicines from April 11 after the reported assurance by the state government to look into the matter pertaining to VAT imposed on medicines. However, Punjab ...

    Liquor shops in tribal areas brew trouble in House
    JAIPUR, APRIL 8.The Rajasthan Assembly today witnessed noisy scenes over the State Government's alleged liberalised norms for opening of liquor vends in Adivasi areas. The House was adjourned two times during zero hour when the Opposition ...

    Uttar Pradesh
    U.P. officers to identify `most honest'
    LUCKNOW, APRIL 8.Even as the Uttar Pradesh IAS Association members are fighting among themselves for identifying corrupt officials of the cadre, the Provincial Civil Services (PCS) Association has announced it would identify its 25 `most honest' ...

    Real-life twist to reel-life drama
    LUCKNOW, APRIL 8.Notorious Chambal dacoit, Nirbhay Singh Gurjar, has threatened to kill his estranged wife and former bandit queen Seema Parihar and the maker of the film `Wounded' for allegedly portraying him in ``a bad light'', the film's ...

    Couple abandons infant daughters, arrested
    LUCKNOW, APRIL 8.After registering a case against a couple here yesterday for allegedly abandoning their two infant daughters, the police today arrested the two. The Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court meanwhile, had sent the infant girls to ...

    U.P. on success path to eradicate polio
    LUCKNOW, APRIL. 8.The Uttar Pradesh Government today claimed it had achieved great success in controlling polio in the State as only four fresh cases were reported this year. With the third phase of pulse polio drive scheduled on April 10, the ...

    Threat to thwart opening of hill shrines
    DEHRA DUN, APRIL 8.The Char Dham Teerth Bachao Sangharsh Samiti has threatened to not allow reopening of the doors of the Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri and Gangotri shrines if the Government does not drop the move to bring about an Act to ...

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