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Gharials pose problem of plenty in Patna Zoo
‘Restore quota for Himachal students’
SHIMLA: Himachal Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal has requested the Centre to continue the quota for students from States like Himachal in all the National Institute of Technologies (NITs). Admission to NITs has been based on ...
Shimla has record rainfall
Two killed in U.P. wall collapse
No enmity with Sanjay: Priya
Mumbai: Scoffing at reports that all is not well between her and her actor-brother Sanjay Dutt, Congress Member of Parliament Priya Dutt on Wednesday said that their relationship was above petty politics. “Fighting over contesting ...
Auction of arrack, toddy outlets begins
Shops whose permits have been terminated for not renewing licences listed on Internet
NCP’s plea on Statehood issue
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry unit of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Wednesday urged Chief Minister N. Rangasamy to consult all political parties on the Statehood issue without adopting a “partisan attitude”. In a ...
‘Mangani’ festival celebrated
PUDUCHERRY: A large number of devotees thronged the Vedapureeswarar temple here on Wednesday to celebrate the ‘Mangani’ (mango) festival. The festival was an annual event to commemorate the legend of Karaikal Ammaiyar, the ...
Debt waiver scheme for Punjab, Haryana finalised
Banks put aside 1,037 crore for Haryana, 608 crore for Punjab
New Pre-Engineering course in Haryana
BPL students to get full free-ship
Jaipur economist to help set up Water Academy
JAIPUR: The International Centre for Biosaline Agriculture, Abu Dhabi, has sought the assistance of Jaipur-based economist Vijay Shankar Vyas in the establishment of an Arab Water Academy to enhance the management skills of practitioners in ...
‘Women’s Bill may see new party line-up’
LUCKNOW: Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh on Wednesday indicated that the United Progressive Alliance Government’s obduracy over carrying through the Women’s Reservation Bill in its present form would lead to a realignment ...
Charges against Mayawati baseless: BSP
Denies that land has been illegally acquired in the State under the BSP regime
New medical college for Uttarakhand
DEHRA DUN: The Centre has given permission to the Uttarakhand Government to open a medical college in Srinagar town of Garhwal region, Chief Minister B. C. Khanduri said on Wednesday. “I am glad to announce that the Central ...
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