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Lakhs throng Kurukshetra for holy dip
Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, his wife among the dignitaries who took the dip
2021 Gurgaon plan gets going
Chandigarh: The Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has decided to launch the programme of development of external development services in Gurgaon as per the Draft Plan of Gurgaon-Manesar Urban Complex 2021. Announcing this here ...
Governor releases Urdu books
CHANDIGARH: Urdu literature, especially poetry ( shaairi ), is very impressive and powerful as it leaves an indelible impression on the minds of the readers and the listeners, Haryana Governor A.R. Kidwai said on Friday at a ...
Haryana Roadways gets Volvo buses
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government would add 50 air-conditioned and 10 Volvo buses to its Roadways fleet, Transport Minister Mange Ram Gupta said on Friday after flagging off a new Volvo bus, “Saarthi”, at the Inter-State Bus ...
Tributes paid to Surjeet
SHIMLA: The Himachal unit of the CPI (M) led by its State Secretariat members paid rich tributes to Harkishan Singh Surjeet on Friday, describing him as the pioneer of the Communist movement in the country and a legendary leader of the freedom ...
Jammu & Kashmir
After deaths, illness haunts Asaram school
Eight-year-old Vishal Singh, a first grader, rushed to Nagpur District Hospital on Friday
DMK to apprise party chief of political situation
“Pressing problems of people were discussed at meeting held under chairmanship of party convener”
Lt. Governor promises steps to resolve issues
PUDUCHERRY: Lieutenant Governor of Puducherry Govind Singh Gurjar held a discussion with nine legislators who met him on Thursday and assured them that action would be initiated to resolve the issues raised by them at the earliest, a release ...
PHD Chamber worried over tightening of monetary policy
Fears latest hike would further reduce liquidity from the banking system
Left condoles Comrade Surjeet’s death
JAIPUR: The Left parties on Friday expressed condolences over senior CPI(M) leader Harkishan Singh Surjeet’ death in Delhi. The CPI(M) and the CPI brought down their party flags in homage to the departed veteran. Surjeet had spent four ...
Dera followers clash with Sikhs
JAIPUR: Timely police intervention averted a clash between the followers of Dera Sucha Sauda and Sikhs turning into a major conflict in a village near the district town of Sriganganagar in Rajasthan on Friday morning. The police ...
10 lakh reward on blast information
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has announced a reward of Rs.10 lakh to anyone who gives valid information on the May 13 serial bomb blasts in Jaipur. Along with this the Government has also enhanced the reward for giving information on any ...
U.P. Govt. accused of shielding facts on Dalit’s death
Sudebar Singh, a clerk in the Vidhan Sabha secretariat, commits suicide after alleged harassment by officer
Dacoit gunned down
LUCKNOW: Dreaded dacoit Kamal Gurjar was gunned down by the police in a pre-dawn encounter in the jungles of Iradatnagar in Agra district of Uttar Pradesh on Friday. The brigand, who led an inter-state gang of dacoits, carried a reward of ...
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