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Friday, May 27, 2005
PM to dedicate Nathpa project tomorrow
SHIMLA: The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, will dedicate to the nation the largest and most prestigious 1500-MW Nathpa Jhakri hydro- electric project on May 28. The Union Power Minister, P. M. Sayeed, will accompany the Prime Minister on the ...
Lawyers disrupt work
SHIMLA: In a rare show of strength, lawyers from all over Himachal Pradesh converged outside the State Secretariat here and disrupted official activities for at least four hours on Thursday afternoon. Thousands of lawyers protesting against ...
Expedite Karaikal development:AIADMK
`Speed up fishing harbour project in Karaikal'
Sikh seminary accepts Bhindranwale's death
Taksal plans function on June 12 to commemorate `martyrdom'
Power tariff raised by 10.5 p.c. in Rajasthan
`Relief package' for domestic consumers, farmers
Jaipur-Kotputli highway to be renovated
JAIPUR: The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has approved a massive renovation and repair work at the Jaipur-Kotputli stretch of the national highway-8 at a cost of Rs. 82 crores. The NHAI will provide the grant to the Rajasthan State ...
Rajasthan sitting on funds for tsunami victims: Congress
"The Government also has no information on how much money has been collected by other organizations in the State"
Five more die in heat wave
LUCKNOW: At least five persons succumbed to severe heat wave conditions in Uttar Pradesh as mercury soared above the normal level at several places in the State during the past 24 hours, the Met office today said. The maximum temperature in the ...
Mayawati asks bureaucrats to act impartially
ALLAHABAD: Asking bureaucrats to act in an impartial manner, BSP Supremo Mayawati today said civil servants should not get tempted to win favours of the ruling party as a regime change would get them in a "tight spot" in such a situation. ...
Hi-tech townships in six U.P. cities
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Government has decided to develop nine hi-tech townships in Ghaziabad, Agra, Lucknow, Kanpur, Varanasi and Mathura-Vrindawan. They would be developed by five companies already selected under the scheme to encourage ...
Royal Bengal tiger faces a different threat
While tigers have been killed in Sariska and other national parks, the Royal Bengal tiger in the Sunderbans is facing scarcity of food as poaching of its favourite prey, the spotted deer, has been on the rise
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