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Wednesday, May 18, 2005
Centre to help Bihar MLAs draw salaries
NEW DELHI: The Centre will issue an Ordinance soon to enable newly elected MLAs of Bihar draw their salaries and allowances. After elections held in January-February this year in Bihar threw up a hung Assembly and no elected government could ...
Chhattisgarh blames Centre for power crisis
Says its share from Central quota being diverted to Maharashtra
Jammu & Kashmir
"Congress will not forgo turn to rule J&K"
Mufti will stick to accord, says PDP As per the agreement, the Congress and the PDP agreed to take turns to hold the Chief Minister's post
`New BJP executive to be announced this month'
Party for maintaining direct contact with people
Shortage of power likely next year
Deficit of 17 MW expected during 2006-07
Akali Dal seeks ban on `Jo Bole So Nihal'
Haryana CM Hooda's move to form separate Gurdwara Parbhandhak Committee flayed
Notice to police on alleged custodial death
NEW DELHI: The National Human Rights Commission has issued notice to the Punjab police on the alleged custodial death of a 37-year-old Dalit on April 21. A complaint dated April 22 was received from the Asian Centre for Human Rights, drawing ...
Rs. 32 crores spent on mother and child care
JAIPUR: A sum of Rs. 31.94 crores has been spent in Rajasthan on implementation of the reproductive and child health care programme with the objective of reducing the maternal and infant mortality rates and bringing about population ...
Diarrhoea claims four lives
LUCKNOW: At least four people including three children have so far died and more than 200 taken ill due to diarrhoea in the Thakurganj area of the Uttar Pradesh capital. City Medical Officer (CMO) S K Srivastava said here that an eight ...
Rapist ordered to marry victim
PRATAPGARH: A panchayat in Pratapgarh district of Uttar Pradesh has ordered an alleged rapist to marry the victim, a 14-year-old girl. Police have stepped up security around Takia village in the district but said they were at a loss to take ...
38 killed as bus falls into ravine
Victims were part of a marriage party
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