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Wednesday, September 21, 2005
ULFA militants holed up in National Park
Army lays siege; cuts off supply lines from 42 forest villages to the park The PCG has threatened to call off the peace initiative if the Centre did not restrain the security forces
Goa mulls OTC sale of low-alcohol content drinks
PANAJI: The Goa Government is considering a proposal to allow the sale of low alcohol content drinks over the counter (OTC) in certain shops. Sources in the State Government told The Hindu that this would be in line with the policy ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Heritage map of Srinagar launched
Second Indian city with a documented map on heritage structures
Man `starves' to death in Ranchi
Father had not eaten for three days, says son
Time for Congress to unite against BJP
I am ready to lead any agitation and face bulldozers, says Arjun Singh
Two arrested in Preeti Jain case
Allegedly hired for executing the contract to Madhur Bhandarkar
Private operators edging out sugar cooperatives
Ryots for selling to buyers of their choice
Vasundhara Raje for joint efforts to promote tourism
Cordial ties between Rajasthani population and locals hailed Cordial ties between Rajasthani population and locals hailed She is pleased to see that in Pondicherry an elected legislator knows every household and every voter personally, something unc ommon in any State
Kannan criticises Chief Minister
Union Territory lost out on Central projects, funds: PMC leader
From soil erosion and floods to profitable crops
CHEEKNA (ROPAR): Water harvesting, check dams and micro lift irrigation have changed the lives of people in this village which was devastated by floods two years back. The change has been brought by the work force of the Intergrated Watershed ...
`Bhatinda nowhere in tourism map of Punjab'
Despite possessing many important heritage sites, the State Govt. has failed to highlight the place, rue travel firms
Trouble brewing in `team Raje'
Another `loyalist' stirs the hornet's nest with a letter to RSS chief "The letter was written in the larger interest of the party..."
Sex corridors sprouting across U.P. highways
LUCKNOW: A number of `sex corridors' have come up along the highways across Uttar Pradesh, a recent government survey has reported. The survey conducted on different highways in the state has made startling revelations, forcing the government ...
U.P. waterfalls to be developed on lines of the Niagara
Initiative forms part of a tourism project for the development of Vindhya circuit
Dehra Dun Mayor's election cancelled; BJP upbeat
DEHRA DUN: The mood in the Bharatiya Janata Party camp was more than upbeat as the Dehra Dun District and Sessions Court cancelled the election of the Congress leader and Mayor, Manorama Sharma Dobriyal, because of irregularities in the counting ...
``Time has come to make CPA pro-active''
Unilateral decisions by some Commonwealth members causing concern `My election is the recognition of the emergence of not only India but also West Bengal as a major force in the international canvas'
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