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Wednesday, June 08, 2005
Discontent brewing in Chhattisgarh BJP
State leaders publicly criticise Raman Singh Government, threaten to take to streets The way former State BJP president Nand Kumar Sai, former Union Minister Ramesh Bais, former Deputy Speaker B.L. Agrawal and former State general secretary Virendr a Pandey have expressed their displeasure clearly reflects that things are not under control in the State BJP
BJP, VHP workers clash
VHP `celebrations' over Advani's resignation the provocation Parivar's demand for Mr. Advani's resignation is "natural justice,'' says Congress
Medical vacancies to be filled soon
CHANDIGARH: All 115 vacancies of Medical Officers and 450 vacancies of para-medical staff, including nurses, in Haryana will be filled up within the next four months and postgraduate courses would be introduced at the Sri Krishana Government ...
M.P. officers to sing `Vande Mataram'
BHOPAL: The national song, "Vande Mataram", will be sung in all Government offices in Madhya Pradesh at least once a month from July 1 onward. This was announced by the State Chief Minister, Babulal Gaur, at a State-level convention of Veterinary ...
"MSEB companies not to be privatised"
One holding company, three subsidiaries to take over generation
`Pondy also must scrap entrance test'
AIADMK plans massive demonstration
Medical colleges `must not violate norms'
PONDICHERRY: The Secretary of the Pondicherry Committee of the CPI, N. Kalainathan, MLA, has urged the government to ensure that none of the privately run medical colleges in the Union Territory deviated from the norms and stipulations contained ...
Residues of `cocktail of pesticides' found in Punjab villagers
CHANDIGARH: Terming it as a "wake-up call'', a study by Centre for Science and Environment, the Delhi-based premier research and advocacy organisation, has found "very high levels" of pesticide residues in human blood samples taken from some ...
Raje plans to improve education scenario
Initiative to make students globally competitive
Villagers, NGO join hands to save Sarus
Experts call for the second phase of the programme
Ajmer's forgotten monument
AJMER: The 15-centuries-old city of Ajmer reminds most people only of the famous "dargah" of the Sufi saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, attracting lakhs of devotees from all over the world. Some 200-300 feet away, there is another monument that ...
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