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Monday, March 20, 2006
Bihar IMA to felicitate Ramdev
Seven-day camp yoga camp in Patna
Retirement age of university teachers raised
PATNA: The Bihar Government has decided to raise the retirement age of university and college teachers as well as that of non-teaching staff from 60 to 62 years. The increase in the retirement age would, however, come into effect only after ...
"Haryana budget shows poor fiscal management''
CHANDIGARH: Criticising the Congress government on rising budgetary deficit, decline in tax revenue growth and a ``faulty'' Excise policy, the Opposition Indian National Lok Dal in Harayana on Sunday said the budget reflected its ``failure'' on ...
Uma Bharti rules out return to BJP
BHOPAL: Accusing some BJP leaders of making fun of her when she was expelled from the party, firebrand leader Uma Bharti today threatened to teach them a lesson saying their ``offence'' can never be forgiven. ``Some BJP leaders in Delhi and ...
Rajnath kicks off election campaign, asks people to back the BJP in a big way
Party president says that it is the only political outfit to remain united
INTUC seeks allocation of Cassicade seat
It wants Pondy unit president to contest it
Akali Dal to probe `atrocities'
FEROZEPUR: Accusing Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh of unleashing ``political vendetta'', opposition Shiromani Akali Dal chief Parkash Singh Badal on Sunday said his party would hold a probe into the alleged atrocities by his government if ...
Media called upon to expose corruption
A newspaper is a mirror of the society: Shekhawat
Arrest of Bishop unfortunate: Jamaat
JAIPUR: State president of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Engineer Mohammed Saleem has termed the Rajasthan Government's action in arresting Samuel Thomas, the chairperson of Kota-based Emmanuel Mission International, as "unfortunate and mala fide". The ...
Fast delivery of justice called for
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Food Minister Kirorilal Meena has called upon the presiding officers of Consumer Disputes Redressal Forums to simplify the procedure of disposal of cases to ensure easy and fast delivery of justice to consumers. He said the ...
Rajya Sabha polls: Mulayam faces daunting task
Majority of Independents throw their lot with an industrialist
Mother meets dead son in Sourav Ganguly
Her son has striking resemblance with former captain
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