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Wednesday, March 01, 2006
Haryana opts for liquor licence sale by draw of lots
Duty on country liquor and Indian Made Foreign Liquor to be reduced
Hooda: A boost to infrastructure
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has hailed the Union Budget. In a statement here he said the decision to increase the plan expenditure by 20.4 per cent and provide Rs. 18,696 crores for the Bharat Nirman Programme would ...
CPI(M) plans stir against Bush visit
SHIMLA: The Himachal Pradesh State Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has decided to organise month-long protests "to oppose imperialism and the visit of U.S. President George Bush to India". The party would mobilise more than ...
Chauhan hails budget, slams some provisions
Chief Minister decries decision to lower excise duty on aerated drinks
`Centre lauds M.P. budget'
Focus on development, fiscal discipline
Chandrashekhar Azad Award for social service
Award would carry an amount of Rs 1.50 lakhs
Congress alone concerned about Dalits: Makwana
They joined mainstream only due to the party
Additional charge for IAS officers
PONDICHERRY: The Lieutenant Governor has ordered with immediate effect the reallocation of works/subjects among the following IAS officers (Secretaries to the Pondicherry Administration), an official release said. The Secretary, Civil Supplies ...
DMK men `storm into' Returning Officer's room
Police file cases against R.V. Janakiraman and others
Uproar in House over Congress MLA's scam charge
Assembly adjourned after the Speaker rejected demand for House committee to probe the charges
`Rajasthan rapidly progressing'
The Governor addresses the Assembly session
Unfair, says Raje; pro-poor: Gehlot
JAIPUR: The Union Budget presented on Tuesday evoked mixed reaction in the political circles in Rajasthan with the Congress leaders welcoming it and Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje terming its provisions an "encroachment" on the finances of the ...
NIAM posts record placement of students
JAIPUR: The Jaipur-based National Institute of Agricultural Marketing (NIAM) has posted a record placement of the students of its post-graduate programme in agri-business management this year with the highest package offered at Rs. 7 lakhs per ...
High Court sets aside split in BSP
Opposition, Congress seek Mulayam's resignation
`MLAs in touch with me'
LUCKNOW: Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati on Tuesday claimed that the defected party MLAs against whom the Allahabad High Court gave its verdict were in touch with her. ``These MLAs are in contact with me and other senior party leaders after ...
N.D. Tiwari hails the Union Budget
Would help in achieving 10 % growth rate soon
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