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Action should be taken against guilty: Chautala
Girls outshine boys in Pondicherry
PONDICHERRY, MAY 27. Girls have fared better than boys in the SSLC examinations held in Pondicherry this year. Out of the 6,887 girls who appeared in the SSLC examinations, 5,418 have passed, recording 78.76 per cent while the boys, recorded a ...
`Provide stipend to unemployed youth'
PONDICHERRY, MAY 27. A uniform set of recruitment rules for government jobs, monthly stipend for the unemployed and job appointments based on seniority, were some of the demands made by the Pondicherry Unemployed Youth Federation. Addressing a ...
Amarinder reviews budget proposals
CHANDIGARH, MAY 27.The Punjab Chief Minister, Amarinder Singh, today held a detailed meeting with his senior Ministers and administrative secretaries to chalk out the strategy to have a ``realistic and pragmatic Budget'' and Annual Plan for the ...
Bhattal's expulsion demanded
CHANDIGARH, MAY 27 .The Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) secretary, Anil Dutta, today urged from the party high command to expel the Deputy Chief Minister, Rajinder Kaur Bhattal, from the party for her alleged continued anti-party and ...
Whizkid wins laurels
JAIPUR, MAY 27.A 16-year-old whizkid from Jaipur who is studying in St. Mary's International School in Tokyo, Japan, has won laurels for six consecutive years for his intellectual assets and creative talents. The boy has won four awards for his ...
Scheme for industrial institutes
JAIPUR, MAY 27.The Rajasthan Government has launched an industrial institute participatory scheme to ensure optimum utilisation of the resources and facilities available in the Government industrial training institutes. Under the scheme's first ...
Bank profit goes up
JAIPUR, MAY 27.Bank of Baroda's Rajasthan zone did a business of over Rs.6,700 crores during the year 2003-04, registering a net profit of Rs.76.28 crores against the previous year's business of Rs.6,000 crores and profits which had stood at ...
Women's Bill acceptable only in new format: Mulayam
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