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CBI raids suspended Haryana IAS officer's premises
NEW DELHI, FEB. 17.The CBI today conducted raids at the residential and official premises of suspended Haryana cadre IAS officer Sanjeev Kumar, who had blown the lid off the Junior Basic Trained (JBT) teachers' appointment scam in Haryana in ...
Ministers, MLAs fall on Uma's feet
BHOPAL, FEB. 17.The Congress members today raised strong objection when the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party members, including some Ministers, began touching the former Chief Minister, Uma Bharti's feet as she came to attend the House for the first ...
DSP suspended for filing case against SP
BHOPAL, FEB. 17.The Madhya Pradesh Government today suspended the controversial Deputy Superintendent of Police, Anita Malviya, who had registered a case against the Bhopal Superintendent of Police, Pawan Shrivastava, at the Anusuchit Jati Kalyan ...
Dacoits surrender before Minister
BHOPAL, FEB.17.The gang of dacoits led by Arvind Gujar, wanted in about 45 cases of dacoity, kidnapping and murder, surrendered at the district Reserve Police lines at Bhind in Madhya Pradesh today. Arvind Gujar was carrying a reward of ...
`Third front: Left must take initiative'
PONDICHERRY, FEB. 17. Speakers at the 17th national conference of the Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP), have underscored the need for the formation of a third front by the Left parties. Inaugurating the four-day conference today, the RSP ...
PCC polls only in April: Narayanasamy
PONDICHERRY, FEB. 17. The Pondicherry Pradesh Congress Committee president, V. Narayanasamy, MP, today said the All-India Congress Committee had put off elections to the State unit of the party, including the post of president, to April. He ...
The `other' face of Punjab in Ajnala
AJNALA (AMRITSAR), FEB. 17.The remote villages of this Assembly constituency, which is currently witness to intense politicking in the run-up to the lone by-election in the State, are a pathetic story of people still surviving on the fringe of ...
BJP going back on promise over meters: Cong.
JAIPUR, FEB.17.The Opposition members in the Rajasthan Assembly today accused the Bharatiya Janata Party Government of going back on its election promise on electronic meters. The party and the Chief Minister should apologize to the people on ...
Reliance Infocom to cover 100 U.P. towns
LUCKNOW, FEB. 17.Reliance Infocom targets to cover over 100 towns in Uttar Pradesh by month-end as part of its ambitious phase II network expansion, under which the company plans to reach 546 towns in U.P. and Uttaranchal. Reliance Infocom ...
Govt. threatens action against guilty in dropsy cases
LUCKNOW, FEB. 17.The Uttar Pradesh Government today announced in the Assembly that it would investigate the dropsy cases reported recently in the State Capital and take strict action against the guilty. The Congress raised this issue in the ...
Grievance redress forums set up
DEHRA DUN, FEB. 17.The Uttaranchal Electricity Regulatory Commission (UERC) has set up separate consumer grievances redress forums headed by retired district judges for the Garhwal and Kumaon regions. This, according to the UERC Chairman, ...
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