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Thursday, January 06, 2005
Court frames charges against Minister
SHIMLA, JAN. 5.The Bharatiya Janata Party has demanded that the Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh, immediately drop the Education Minister, Asha Kumari, from his Cabinet since charges have been framed against her in cases of corruption including an ...
As politics beckons, lawyers put cases on the back burner
RANCHI, JAN. 5.The election fever in Jharkhand has rendered the "judicial orders" in the High Court here infructuous as a group of lawyers on Government rolls in particular has been camping in Delhi aspiring to contest the upcoming elections on ...
Bhoj varsity V-C axed
BHOPAL, JAN. 5.The Madhya Pradesh Governor, Balram Jhakar, has removed the Bhoj University Vice-Chancellor, R.K. Singh, from his post on charges of financial irregularities. According to official sources, Dr Singh has been charged with ...
Normality returns, but fear still lingers
PONDICHERRY, JAN. 5. Even though most of the tsunami-hit villages are limping back to normal, the fear still lingers. The spectre of the December 26 killer waves still haunts the fishermen who say that they could stay at their homes or in the ...
Counselling for the tsunami-hit
PONDICHERRY, JAN. 5. The Union Sports and Youth Affairs Minister, Sunil Dutt, today said his Ministry would depute volunteers to counsel those who suffered a psychological setback in the recent tsunami attack. Addressing reporters here after ...
Central team in Pondicherry
PONDICHERRY, JAN. 5. A five-member Central team today visited Ganapathichettykulam in Kalapet block to assess the damage and loss of lives in the tsunami strike. The team, led by the Executive Director of the Central Social Welfare Board, ...
Rajasthan to open relief camps in Tamil Nadu
JAIPUR, JAN. 5.The Rajasthan Government has decided to start relief camps in the tsunami-affected coastal regions in the southern States to provide help to those who have lost their means of livelihood. A delegation comprising several members of ...
Give back our land, demand tribals
JAIPUR, JAN. 5.Dalits and tribals from southern Rajasthan, who reached here today on the completion of a 10-day-long march from Chittaurgarh, demanded that their land encroached upon and illegally occupied by the so-called higher castes be set ...
Vacant posts to be filled
LUCKNOW, JAN. 5.With an aim to provide better medical facilites to people, Uttar Pradesh government has decided to fill the 850 posts of nurses lying vacant under the health services in the state. All 850 vacant posts of nurses would be filled ...
Uttaranchal session may be stormy
DEHRA DUN, JAN. 5.The Uttaranchal Vidhan Sabha session beginning January 10 is expected to be stormy with the Opposition parties gearing up to raise several issues pertaining to development and poor law and order in the State. The Bharatiya ...
DFOs told to step up patrolling
DEHRA DUN, JAN. 5. The conservator of the Shivalik Forest Circle, Jairaj, has ordered the Divisional Forest Officers and other staff to step up patrolling and conduct surprise checks to prevent poaching and other forest crimes in the area. ...
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