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Wednesday, February 18, 2004
Guwahati zoo to get four Royal Bengal tigers
GUWAHATI, FEB. 17. In the wake of the death of a tiger in the Assam State Zoo here today, the authorities are speeding up the acquisition of four Royal Bengal tigers from the Mysore Zoo under an exchange programme. The Divisional Forest ...
Sonia's Haryana `road show' from Feb. 28
CHANDIGARH, FEB.17.The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, will be in Haryana on February 28 and 29 as part of her "road show" to interact with the people of the State against the backdrop of "infighting" within the State unit of the party. ...
Bandh in Gurgaon
GURGAON (HARYANA), FEB 17.Life came to a standstill here today, following a bandh call given by major political parties in protest against rising crime in the city. All shops and commercial establishments downed their shutters in response to ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Foreign fruits hit J-K growers
JAMMU, FEB.17.Fruits of Jammu and Kashmir are facing tough times due to the flooding of cheap fruits from international market. A large section of the State's population is dependant on the fruit industry and till some time back the fruits grown ...
Carry PM's message, BJP workers told
BHOPAL, FEB. 17.The Bharatiya Janata Party's campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Madhya Pradesh would be focused on "development under the leadership of the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee". The party's election campaign ...
Yanam MLA on padayatra
PONDICHERRY, FEB. 17. Malladi Krishna Rao, an Independent from Yanam, began a padayatra from the region to Vijayawada on Monday. Sources close to the legislator here said Mr. Rao was covering 250 km on foot along with a batch of 400 volunteers. ...
Handicrafts fair from today
PONIDICHERRY, FEB. 17. A 10-day exhibition of Andhra Pradesh handicrafts will begin at the Arya Vysya Vasavi Tirumana Nilayam on Calve Subbaraya Chettiar Street here tomorrow. The fair is being organised by the Srikalahasti-based Kalasrusti with ...
PONDICHERRY, FEB. 17. K. Narsimha, an Indian Administrative Service officer (AGMU cadre) of the 1991 batch, who reported to the Pondicherry administration on February 9 as per an order of the Home Ministry, has been appointed Secretary to ...
Notice to UTI for abolishing children's fund scheme
JAIPUR, FEB. 17. The Rajasthan High Court has issued show-cause notices to the Unit Trust of India and the Union Government on the abolition of the Children's Gift Growth Fund Scheme. The court of the Chief Justice, Justice Anil Dev Singh, and ...
Din over police action at Auraiya
LUCKNOW, FEB. 17.The police action on demonstrators protesting against the abolition of Auraiya district on February 12 once again rocked the Uttar Pradesh Assembly here today, this time a Samajwadi Party MLA, Kamlesh Pathak, leading the ...
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