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Friday, March 03, 2006
Assembly adjourned over anti-Bush protests
PATNA: The Opposition forced four adjournments in the Bihar Assembly on Thursday, protesting U.S. President George Bush's visit to India and the police firing on students in Gaya on Wednesday. The RJD, under the leadership of Rabri Devi, staged ...
Haryana's focus on drinking water
Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda completes one year in office on Sunday
Option on medical reimbursement changed
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has now enabled its employees, pensioners, family pensioners and their dependents to change the option of reimbursement of medical expenses for chronic diseases any time during the year. The Financial ...
Himachal set for 8.2 per cent growth
Virbhadra Singh to present budget today
`Consider displacement issue compassionately'
RANCHI: Jharkhand Assembly Speaker Inder Singh Namdhari said on Thursday that resettlement and rehabilitation were serious issues and asked the State Government to compassionately address to the people's fear over losing land to investors. ...
Muslims stage anti-Bush protest
The rally also drew support of Left parties, Samajwadi Party
Rain in east U.P., M.P.
PUNE: Day temperatures were markedly above normal in Uttarnchal, Jammu and Kashmir and were appreciably above normal in Assam, Meghalaya, Orissa, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Maharashtra, coastal Andhra Pradesh and Rayalseema and were ...
Nursing college students observe fast
They want admission in recognised institution
PCC records views on constituency-wise prospects
PONDICHERRY: Within almost an hour since the announcement of the poll schedule by Election Commission the ruling Congress has started recording the views and also the feedback available from the party's functionaries in the urban, rural and semi ...
Students learning how to earn while studying
Students of Ek Jote High School getting special training
Christians urge government to rein in Sangh Parivar outfits
JAIPUR: The Christian community in Rajasthan has asked the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Government in the State to rein in the Sangh Parivar outfits which have been on a rampage in the past. The daily attacks on Christian institutions and places of ...
Military band concert presented
JAIPUR: The Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry Regiment Military Band presented a delightful and melodious military band concert to commemorate the 19th raising day of Desert Corps in Jodhpur on Wednesday. The event was organised at Konark ...
SP parades rebel BSP MLAs
Mayawati meets Governor, demands dismissal of Mulayam Government
Widespread protests in U.P. against Bush visit
Seven injured in Sultanpur district as mob turns violent
BJP demands President's rule
Mulayam should resign, says Kalyan Singh
A SPECIAL HORSE-BREEDING
Army's pride, little Gaurav, takes a novel birth
The new process leads to several high quality offspring in a single year
Kalam to visit Varanasi, Lucknow today
LUCKNOW: Principal Secretary (Home) Alok Sinha said here on Thursday that the President will reach Varanasi on Friday morning to attend the Convocation of the Banaras Hindu University. Dr Kalam, after attending the convocation, will leave for ...
Two criminals killed in encounter
MEERUT: The special task force (STF) and the Meerut police in a joint operation here on Thursday killed two dreaded criminals allegedly involved in the murder of former Tamil Nadu Minister Sudarshanam. Police recovered two country-made ...
Uttaranchal facing problem of plenty
Central funds of Rs. 800 crores out of Rs. 2,700 crores remain unutilised and are about to lapse
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