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Friday, August 19, 2005
This freedom fighter remains unsung
Thakur Kundan Singh motivated people including tribals to rise against the British
Replace yellow cards with red ones, Anbalagan demands
Assess true economic conditions of the people, AIADMK leader tells government
Pondicherry should seek legislation on quota: MLA
PONDICHERRY: Secretary of Pondicherry State committee of the All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) A. Anbalagan, MLA, has called upon the Union Territory administration to emulate Tamil Nadu Government in urging the Centre to bring in ...
Bring in comprehensive legislation on quota: PMK
HRD Minister urged to form high-powered panel
File review plea on quota: Janata Dal (S)
PONDICHERRY: The Pondicherry Government should file a review petition in the Supreme Court to ensure continuance of quota for students in private unaided professional institutions. Talking to presspersons here, the Pondicherry Janata Dal ...
IT sector may face tough challenge
NASSCOM president cautions about likely competition from emerging players outside
Scheme to fill up teachers' posts
About 20,000 teachers to benefit from the scheme, says Minister
Pink City I-T's newest hub, says Raje
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Thursday sought to showcase the Pink City as the information industry's newest hub in the country. The Capital ranked high in the overall city competitiveness index while the whole of Rajasthan ...
`Mulayam Govt. failed to tackle encephalitis'
The Governor has ordered vaccination drive to check disease
TIN for U.P. traders
`Under new regime tax evasion would become difficult for traders'
M.P. kids face chronic hunger: Report
50 p.c. kids suffer from underfeeding; poor performance in tackling the problem
Muslim intelligentsia divided over `fatwa' on use of veil
LUCKNOW: Muslim intelligentsia in Uttar Pradesh appeared divided over the recent `fatwa' issued by Islamic seminary Darul Uloom making wearing of veils mandatory for Muslim women entering politics. While a member of Muslim Personal Law Board ...
A VIRTUAL RAKSHABANDHAN
Tying `rakhis' on WebWorld
LUCKNOW: Bridging the distance on Rakshabandhan, Reliance Infocomm has introduced a technology which would ensure that brothers and sisters living miles away can talk, see and perform the sacred ritual of tying `rakhis' live along with other ...
IMA expels cadet
DEHRA DUN: The Indian Military Academy here has expelled a final term gentleman cadet for his alleged "habit of stealing cash and valuables". Disclosing this here on Thursday, a senior officer of the Academy said that the extreme step had to be ...
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