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Monday, May 07, 2007
Move to reduce number of subjects for students in Goa
PANAJI: The Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) will send a proposal to the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education to reduce the number of subjects for higher secondary students under the NCERT from six to five. This was ...
PM to lay foundation of Haryana power plant
Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda assures uninterrupted power supply in next 28 months
Congress leader resigns from party
CHANDIGARH: Former Haryana Home Minister and Punjabi leader Subhash Batra resigned from the Congress on Sunday at Rohtak along with 50-odd party workers. Mr.Batra, who had served as Home Minister in the erstwhile Bhajan Lal Government, was at ...
H.P. website in foreign languages
SHIMLA: The Himachal Pradesh Government plans to attract tourists by giving details about the State in different foreign languages on the tourism department's website. The order on providing tourism related information in the Chinese language ...
M.P. Govt.'s plan for toxic waste disposal flayed
"Will cause catastrophe at dumping sites"
Hearty laugh marks Laughter Day
BHOPAL: Many people from different walks of life in Bhopal went full throttle, bursting into peels of laughter here on Sunday, as the onlookers joined them to have a hearty laugh marking the World Laughter Day. Grandmas, Grandpas, children and ...
`I do not have any regrets'
She gets Rs 500 and a saree for allegedly selling her new-born baby
Wild tuskers still on the rampage
2-lakh compensation declared for victims' family members
Odia Bhasa Pratishan branches in all districts
Nine projects for conservation and promotion of Oriya
Bhubaneswar boys, Puri girls emerge victorious
State level junior softball tournament comes to a close
Dancing her way to the top
For Odissi dancer Narmada Tripathy, her father's support is her greatest asset
State's plea to Centre
BHUBANESWAR: The Orissa government has urged the Centre to reconsider the stipulation of population of 300 plus for implementation of Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyuteekaran Yojna. In a letter addressed to Union Power Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde ...
Efforts on to get recognition to STs in Puducherry: Rangasamy
Chief Minister hopes Centre will grant approval soon
Declare Karaikal a backward district: PMK plea to Centre
PUDUCHERRY: Pattali Makkal Katchi Parliamentary party leader M. Ramadoss has urged the Centre to declare Karaikal a backward district. In a release here on Saturday, he said once the announcement was made there would be immediate opportunities ...
Liberty launches sanitary-ware
JAIPUR: Liberty -- a private company manufacturing footwear -- launched its ceramic sanitary-ware products, branded as "Beach", here over the weekend while affirming that the diversification would fill the rising demand-supply gap in the bathroom ...
Mastermind in pastor attack case arrested
Exercise to prepare food insecurity report begins
JAIPUR: An exercise to prepare a Food Insecurity State Report for Rajasthan with analysis at the district level began here over the week-end with a call to strengthen policy intervention for ensuring food security for rural, pastoral and migrant ...
Campaigning ends for final phase in U.P.
Political heavyweights criss-cross eastern part of the State to woo voters
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