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Saturday, July 29, 2006
"Islam gives many rights to women"
Women's group plans roaming school to teach Quran
CPI(M) volunteers launch padayatra
Focusses on hardships faced by people in getting essential commodities
Govt. dumps 5500 million tonnes of solid waste per day
Chief Minister advocates judicious use of pesticide by farmers
MSP hike for paddy too little, says Amarinder
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday described the increase in the minimum support price (MSP) for paddy by just Rs.10 by the Union Government as "too meagre and inadequate." Through an official release, Capt. Singh said ...
CEC orders thorough checking of voters' list
Step to check possibility of ineligible or bogus voters in the State
Dargah minarets damaged
ALIGARH: Provincial Armed Constabulary personnel were deployed on Friday at the 300-year-old tomb of Sufi saint Hazrat Shah Fayyaz in Atrauli town of the district after two of its minarets were found damaged. The situation had become tense in ...
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