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Friday, January 30, 2004
Govt. teams to monitor eco-clubs
CHANDIGARH, JAN.29.The Haryana Government will constitute three Committees for monitoring the functioning of Eco-Clubs under the National Green Corps scheme being run in the high and senior secondary schools of the State. It has also decided to ...
Minister sounds the alarm bell on slaughter houses
BHOPAL, JAN. 29.The Union Minister of State for Coal, Prahlad Patel, today claimed that preliminary tests conducted on samples of goats' blood collected from the slaughter house here have tested positive for HIV I and II antibodies. Mr. Patel ...
Shah Rukh gets a reprieve
MUMBAI, JAN. 29.Actor Shah Rukh Khan today got a reprieve when the Mumbai High Court stayed till February 9 the bailable warrant against him issued by a lower court in a cheating case filed by a real estate agent over a property transaction. ...
Women voters outnumber men
Pondicherry Jan. 29. Women voter outnumber men in Pondicherry having 30 Assembly constituencies and the total voters strength emerging here through the publication of final voters lists is 6,36,287. While there are 3,10,426 men there are ...
Functions get postponed or cancelled
PONDICHERRY, JAN. 29. With the political scenario becoming murkier in Pondicherry marked by sudden and dramatic developments since last few weeks the scheduled functions of departments in which the Chief Minister or their concerned Ministers were ...
New forum to check power shocks
JAIPUR, JAN. 29.Continuing the power sector reforms programme launched by the previous Congress regime, the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Government in Rajasthan today appointed a forum for smooth and coordinated development of power system in the ...
Potential of administrator unravelled
JAIPUR, JAN. 29.A book authored by a former civil servant on the theme of challenges before the administrative system, which has bagged a State-level prize this year, has unravelled the potential capacities of an administrator and suggested ...
Jail-break case: Arrested officials allege torture
CHANDIGARH, JAN. 29.The Burail Jail Superintendent, D.S. Rana, and Assistant Superintendent P.S. Rana, arrested along with 10 others in the sensational jail-break case, today told a local court that Chandigarh Police was using third degree ...
Fresh spell of snow renews cold wave
CHANDIGARH, JAN. 29.Renewed light to moderate spells of snow in Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir in the past 24 hours revived cold conditions in the north today, with the Mercury dipping by three to four degree Celsius below normal. The ...
`Mahajan must apologise'
CHANDIGARH, JAN.29. The general secretary of the Chandigarh unit of the Congress, Sunil Parti, has demanded an unconditional apology from the Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary, Pramod Mahajan, for his recent statements about Rahul Gandhi ...
Lucknow-New Delhi AC bus service begins
LUCKNOW, JAN. 29.An air-conditioned bus service between Lucknow and New Delhi was flagged off by the State Transport Minister, Reoti Raman Singh, here today. The Minister told newsmen after the inaugural ceremony here that the number of AC ...
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