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Haryana
Stress on renewable energy
Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said memoranda of understanding has been signed with ten independent power producers to set up 31 renewable energy power projects so as to generate 697 MW of power with an ...

Himachal Pradesh
Eight killed in Himachal
SHIMLA: Normal life in the hill State was affected as heavy rain lashed the entire region on Sunday. At least eight people were feared killed, according to some reports. The roads were blocked at various places and several passengers were ...

Panchayats with best female ratio rewarded
Shimla: As part of its efforts to check skewed sex ratio, the Himachal Pradesh Government has rewarded 12 Panchayats in the State for having best female birth record. Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh gave Rs.5 lakh to each of the Panchayats in ...

Madhya Pradesh
Blast in Ordnance Factory
Jabalpur: One person was killed and three were injured in a blast at the Ordnance Factory here today, police said. The army was yet to specify the nature of the blast which took place in sector s-iii of the Ordnance Factory, SP ...

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Orissa
New born’s body recovered
Bhubaneswar: Police on Sunday recovered the body of a new born from behind a hospital here. The genital of the baby was devoured by dogs, a police official said, adding the cause of death could be known after post-mortem. A case of ...

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Puducherry
Devotees still coming
KARAIKAL: Even after a week of the ‘Sani Peyarchi’ festival, lakhs of devotees from various parts of the country, particularly from Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, continue to visit Tirunallar in Karaikal to worship and offer prayers ...

Punjab
Kites with inspirational messages
Jagmohan Kanojia have specially made them for India’s 60th Independence Day

Rajasthan
Yatra in demand of law for unorganised sector
Demonstration in front of Parliament today

More primary teachers to be appointed: Minister
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Minister of State for Education Vasudeo Devnani, given the additional charge of Panchayati Raj Department during a minor Cabinet reshuffle recently, on Sunday assured the people of the State that the primary education would ...

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Uttar Pradesh
Chandrashekhar’s ashes immersed
Varanasi: Former Prime Minister Chandrashekhar’s ashes were on Sunday immersed in the river Ganga at the Dashaswamedh Ghat amid chantings of hymns. The late Prime Minister’s ashes were brought here by his sons - Pankaj and ...

Security beefed up
Muzaffarnagar: Ahead of Independence Day, security has been beefed up in districts of Uttar Pradesh which border the Capital. Uttar Pradesh Additional Director General of Police (Law & Order) Brijlal directed police chiefs of ...

Five boys drown in Ghaziabad
Ghaziabad: Five teenagers were feared drowned in a canal and the Ganga in separate incidents on Sunday, official sources said . According to them, Sadaab (15), Rahul (14), Gaurav (13) and Vishal (15) died when they were bathing in the ...

Traffic restored
Muzaffarnagar: Vehicular traffic on the Delhi-Hardwar National Highway was completely restored on Sunday, official sources said. Vehicular traffic will be allowed to ply on the highway as usual, since Kanwarias who were using the ...

Uttaranchal
APJ Kalam to be Visiting Professor in Pant University
Urges students to usher in second green revolution

10 p.c. drop in elephant population
No cause for concern, say Uttarakhand Wildlife officials




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