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Monday, September 15, 2003
Himachal raises health budget
SHIMLA, SEPT. 14.The Himachal Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh, said here yesterday that the State Government has enhanced the budget provision for health services by 59 per cent for the current financial year and it was providing better health ...
Ekta Parishad extends support to Cong.
BHOPAL, SEPT. 14.In the coming Assembly elections, the ruling Congress party in Madhya Pradesh will get full support from Ekta Parishad, which is a national organization working in villages and more particularly the tribal areas across several ...
Spurt in illegal constructions
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 14. After a long gap, Delhi is once again witnessing large-scale unauthorised construction and massive encroachment on vacant public land, all at the cost of public safety and civic infrastructure. In fact, over the past one ...
Special education gets a booster
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 14.In a major initiative aimed at improving the quality of special education in the country and attracting more talent to the disability education sector, two of the most successful courses offered by the Rehabilitation Council ...
Major anti-WTO campaign building in Punjab
CHANDIGARH, SEPT. 14.Punjab is all set to witness major campaigns by various organisations, mostly owing allegiance to the Left and progressive ideology. They have laid out programmes to generate awareness against the implementation of what has ...
BSP to oppose temple at disputed site: Mayawati
JAIPUR, SEPT. 14.The former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party(BSP) leader, Mayawati, today said her party would oppose any move to construct a temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya on the basis of the findings of the ...
PM dithered on advice to Modi: Gehlot
JAIPUR, SEPT. 14.The Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, has observed that if the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, had stood by the advice he made to the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, on "raj dharma'' in the past, the Supreme ...
Raja Bhaiyya's pond to remain bird sanctuary
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 14While Independent MLA from Kunda, Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiyya, may finally be absolved of the POTA charges, by the time he walks out as a free man, his much-treasured pond of Benti in Pratapgarh district will become ...
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