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Tuesday, December 12, 2006
Uproar in Assam House
Speaker reserves ruling on adjournment motions
Bihar Assembly stalled
Call for adjournment motion rejected
Bodies of victims yet to be found in mining dump collapse
PANAJI: Even after two-days of search undertaken by various agencies, the bodies of those buried alive in the mining dump collapse at Tollem in Sanguem taluk of south Goa are yet to be found. Trapped under ...
Ex-servicemen colonies in the offing: Minister
Haryana Governor to honour war widows
HISAR: A former member of the Haryana Legislative Assembly, Babu Gulab Singh Jain, died here on Monday following a prolonged illness. He was 94. Mr. Jain was elected from Hisar in 1972 on Congress ticket. He was also associated with a number ...
Shimla has season's first snowfall
Town wrapped in a white blanket
Rangasamy pays tributes to Subramania Bharathiar
Poet's 124th birth anniversary celebrated in Puducherry
Karaikal MLAs to boycott Assembly
Will also boycott Government functions
CITU protests acquisition of fertile lands for SEZ
Statewide propaganda against the endeavour planned
Sharp showers affect normal life
Schools will remain closed on Tuesday also
Congress, Akalis cross swords on promises
CHANDIGARH: The ruling Congress and the Opposition Shiromani Akali Dal have once again crossed swords to counter the claims and promises by their leaders' rivals at the rallies organised on December 8 this year. Efforts at one-upmanship have been ...
Decline in cases of atrocities against SCs/STs: Minister
"Appointment of case officers has ensured speedy investigation"
8 lakh patients treated at health camps
JAIPUR: Over 8.14-lakh patients have been treated so far at special health care camps organised in 2,643 village panchayat areas across Rajasthan as part of a month-long Swasthya Chetana Yatra. Of these, 3.12 lakhs were treated through the ...
A new Tata joint venture opened
BHIWADI (RAJASTHAN): Tata BlueScope Steel Limited on Monday inaugurated a new facility here to manufacture roof and wall cladding components for pre-engineered metal buildings. Set up on 9.03 acres, the state-of-the-art plant is a joint ...
Assembly slams V-C's decision
Mulayam's veiled attack on Governor
`Varsity will remain closed'
LUCKNOW: Notwithstanding the tough stand of all parties in the Assembly against the indefinite closure of Lucknow University, Vice Chancellor R P Singh stuck to his decision saying he will not reopen the varsity until ``criminal elements were ...
DEHRA DUN: A joint team of Uttaranchal and Uttar Pradesh police gunned down Kamal alias Kabira, alleged to be a sharpshooter of the dreaded P. P. gang, in an encounter in the Laxman Jhula area of Rishikesh over the ...
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