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Thursday, October 20, 2005
Jaiswal visiting Karbi Anglong today
To meet warring militant groups; Dhansiri designated camp a bone of contention
PATNA: Bihar Governor Buta Singh on Wednesday issued notification for the third phase of State Assembly elections in 72 constituencies on November 13. The filing of nominations begins on Wednesday and ends on October 26. Scrutiny will be held on ...
Haryana to have English teachers from Class 1
Hooda reviews functioning of Education Department
Hooda asks for two more AIR stations
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Wednesday urged the Director-General of All India Radio, Brijeshwar Singh, to set up two more AIR stations in the State. According to an official note, Mr. Brijeshwar Singh had called ...
Jammu & Kashmir
First tranche of aid released
Mufti visits Tangdhar and Uri
Telecom links already exist: India
Offers to help restore infrastructure
Wild cat stops trains
RANCHI: The exploits of a wild cat stopped rail traffic for more than four hours in the Barkakana-Barwadih rail section of South Eastern Railway in Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand, railway sources said on Wednesday. The animal had climbed the ...
Supreme Court admits appeals in Staines case
CBI challenges Orissa High Court order
Politicians putting up mega hoardings
An indication that election fever is catching in Union Territory
Rajasthan seeks Central aid for universal education
No secondary school in 2,700 village panchayats
Mau peaceful, Mukhtar still at large
MAU/MUZAFFARNAGAR/LUCKNOW (U.P.): Even as curfew remained in force in the riot-hit Mau town of Uttar Pradesh, the authorities on Wednesday allowed residents to come out and collect essential commodities, including medicines and milk, following an ...
Charges framed against Amarmani
LUCKNOW: The district court on Wednesday framed murder charges against five accused including, former Uttar Pradesh Minister and ruling Samajwadi Party MLA, Amarmani Tripathi, in the Madhumita Shukla murder case. The other four accused are ...
Jawans held for blocking traffic
DEHRA DUN: A large number of Prantiya Rakshak Dal jawans normally deployed to protect VIPs or strategic installations were arrested as they blocked traffic on several roads here on Wednesday. The jawans have been staging a dharna before the ...
Furore over visit of business magnate
Debate about industrial growth and land acquisition continues
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