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Friday, December 24, 2004
CHANDIGARH, DEC.23.The Chief Electoral Officer of Haryana,Urvashi Gulati, has issued instructions regarding the position of government employees in relation to the Assembly elections-2005. The Government employees are required to maintain an ...
Chautala finds himself on the mat in election year
CHANDIGARH, DEC. 23.Even as he faces Assembly elections in February in the new year, the year gone by has been nightmarish for Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala-led Indian National Lok Dal as the party suffered its worst electoral defeat ...
Fourth park tiger killed in a week!
BHOPAL, DEC. 23.One more tiger was killed in the Thuepani beat falling under the Gumtara range of the Pench National Park on Sunday night. With this latest killing, the total number of tigers found killed inside the Pench National Park and its ...
Free power worsens situation in Maharashtra
MUMBAI, DEC. 23.While free electricity to farmers could have paid dividends for the ruling Congress-NCP combine in the Assembly elections, the power situation in Maharashtra in 2004 worsened with deficit touching 3,000 MW, made grave by no ...
Utilise plan funds fully: Rangasamy
PONDICHERRY, DEC. 23. The Pondicherry Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, who is also in charge of the Finance portfolio, has called upon the government departments to fully utilise the funds earmarked for the annual plan. Chairing a meeting held ...
Former Rajasthan CM passes away
JAIPUR, DEC. 23.The former Rajasthan Chief Minister, Heeralal Devpura, died here on Wednesday evening following a cardiac arrest. The 79-year-old Mr.Devpura, who was Chief Minister for a brief period in the State from February 22 to March 9, ...
By-poll results a lesson for other parties: Mulayam
LUCKNOW, DEC. 23.The Samajwadi Party president and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, today said the poll results of Mainpuri and Akbarpur Lok Sabha seats have taught the Congress, BJP and BSP a lesson, following their ...
`Cornered' elephants create panic
DEHRA DUN. DEC.23. Residents of villages on the periphery of the proposed Rajaji National Park in Rishikesh area do not venture out of their homes after sunset - reason -a herd of elephants is on the rampage eating or destroying crops, ...
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