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Sunday, March 02, 2003
Rajasthan move to generate jobs
JAIPUR, MARCH 1.The Rajasthan Government has decided to restart the "individual benefit scheme'' to generating more employment opportunities in the drought-hit areas. The Government fixed the district-wise labour ceiling for the purpose here. ...
Gujarat remembers riot victims
AHMEDABAD, MARCH 1. Communal harmony and restoration of friendly relations with Hindu neighbours was the underlying theme of the events organised at Naroda-Patiya and other places in Gujarat on Friday, first anniversary of the killings that ...
Tradition of change kept alive
SHIMLA, MARCH 1. Keeping the tradition of "change" alive, the electorate of Himachal Pradesh has once again altered the power equations in the State elections. Giving a clear majority to the Congress with 40 seats the voters have not spared ...
Jammu & Kashmir
J&K lakes in hot water
JAMMU, MARCH 1. The lakes in Jammu and Kashmir may become extinct if the present trend of depletion continues. The total area of the lakes is rapidly shrinking. In the last several years, efforts had been made to save the Dal lake, the main ...
MLA for giving quasi-independent status to J&K
JAMMU, MARCH 1. The Jammu and Kashmir MLA, Babu Singh, took the Assembly by surprise when he suggested a quasi-independent status for the State to resolve the Kashmir issue. He said that agreements between India and Pakistan had failed and ...
MP thrust to education scheme
BHOPAL, MARCH 1.In order to spread quality education at the primary school stage, the Madhya Pradesh Government has decided to provide buildings to all primary schools opened under the Education Guarantee Scheme within a year. The State Chief ...
MCD plan to improve sanitary works scuttled
NEW DELHI, MARCH 1. Efforts by the ruling establishment in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi to improve the Capital's sanitary conditions and involve professionals in this field are being scuttled by vested interests and a strong safai ...
Metro to get Rs.800 crores
NEW DELHI, MARCH 1.A provision of Rs.880 crores has been made for the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) in the Union Budget 2003-04. In last year's Budget, the allocation for DMRC was pegged at Rs.176 crores which was later revised to Rs. ...
U.P. results should worry BJP, Cong.
LUCKNOW, MARCH 1.If the results of the two Assembly byelections in Uttar Pradesh announced today are indication of the direction of the political wind blowing in the State, the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress both have reason to be ...
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