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Friday, June 03, 2005
Largely peaceful polling for by-elections
76 per cent polling in Haryana, turnout at 45 per cent in U.P., minor clashes in Allahabad
Haryana invites Haj applications
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana State Haj Committee has invited applications for next year's Haj pilgrimage by July one. The applications, along with a bank draft for Rs 10,700, should be sent to Member Secretary, Haryana State Haj Committee, Haryana ...
Haryana reserves posts of teachers for women
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, on Wednesday announced reservation of 33 per cent posts of teachers for women and enhancement of the qualifications of teachers in a phased manner to ensure the empowerment of women ...
Plan to improve bus services
Haryana earmarks Rs.10 crores for the maintenance of bus stands
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Food and Supplies Department has cancelled licences of seven dealers for committing various irregularities in the public distribution system in April this year. An official note here on Thursday stated that an intensive ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Crossing over to other side in a different garb
Ex-militant going with a "democratic verdict" to Muzaffarrabad as part of a delegation "I hope this will help in building understanding on both sides of Kashmir... involvement of Kashmiris is must and the issue cannot be resolved without their act ive participation."
Congress opposes transfer policy of teachers
JAIPUR: The Congress party has opposed the newly announced transfer policy for teachers in Rajasthan. The new policy, instead of benefiting the teachers, would make them the target of political prejudice, the party said here on Thursday. The ...
Passengers of Mumbai-bound train robbed in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: Two women passengers travelling on the Mumbai-bound holiday special train were robbed of their belongings when the train stopped at a signal near Gangapur City in Sawai Madhopur district on Tuesday night. According to prelimnary ...
Heat wave intensifies in U.P.
LUCKNOW: The blistering heat continued to sweep Uttar Pradesh, with the maximum temperatures across the state hovering between 41 and 44 degree celsius during the last 24 hours. State Weather Office today said barring Bareilly, coolest with a ...
Suspended DIG flees
`He may have escaped to Bangalore where his daughter works'
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