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Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Many Korean, Japanese companies to invest in Haryana
Eight-day visit `highly fruitful': Hooda; over Rs. 2,200 cr. investment generated
Hooda announces several incentives for the poor
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, on Tuesday announced several incentives for the people belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes and those who are living below the poverty line in the State. This ...
Monkeys make farmers flee from fields
SHIMLA: "The monkey menace has forced me to abandon the entire agricultural activity in my fields and now I am struggling for works on a daily-wage basis," said Jai Shiv Thakur, a farmer badly affected by simians' assaults, at a peripheral Shimla ...
Chauhan's sop for special category power users
Beneficiaries include single-point consumers of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe communities
Gaur gets Commerce, Industry
BHOPAL: Former Chief Minister Babulal Gaur has been made the Minister for Commerce and Industry. The portfolios of the Ministers were allotted on Monday night. The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has kept for himself General ...
New techniques for tiger census
BARIPADA: Nearly 3,600 forest beats, spread over 50 forest division holding tiger territories, will conduct the head-counting of the Royal Bengal Tigers under the new methodology called "Line Transact technique". The new technique devised by ...
AICC secretary addresses party cadres
PONDICHERRY: The AICC secretary K B Krishnamoorthy MP who is in charge of the affairs of the Congress in the Union Territory of Pondicherry has called upon the rank and file to face the future challenges united. Participating in a meeting ...
Nanotech research `can be done inexpensively'
India should avail the opportunity quickly, says expert
`Virasat Mela' to teach rich Punjabi traditions
Malwa Heritage Foundation making efforts to revive ancient folk art and culture
Over 15,000 villages declared scarcity-hit
Rajasthan to launch drought relief works in the villages spread across 22 districts in the State
Birth control still anathema for men
Merely 2.7 per cent males account for the total number of sterilisation in 2004-05
Computer link for villages
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has initiated the exercise to connect all village panchayats with computers as part of its e-governance campaign to benefit villagers by providing them with instant information on crop patterns, prices of farm ...
Congress MLAs panic
`Development works taking a back seat in the area'
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