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Friday, January 13, 2006
Haryana unveils new labour policy
It aims at protecting rights of workers and improving conditions of women
Haryana Speaker quits, may find berth in Cabinet
Kiran Chaudhary, Savitri Jindal also in race
Construction company manager shot
KARNAL: A construction company manager was shot dead by two motorcycle-borne youths in Karnal district town of Haryana, police said today. Naveen Kumar, who hails from Mathura in Uttar Pradesh, was sitting in his office late last evening when ...
CPI(M) refuses to back Congress
SHIMLA: Two CPI (M) members, who were elected to the Zila Parishad in Mandi district, have dented the Congress move to instal its candidate for the coveted post of Chairman. The Congress, which was taking the Left support for granted, had even ...
Rs.70 lakhs sanctioned for holy towns
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Government has sanctioned Rs. 70 lakhs as the latest instalment for development of Ujjain, Amarkantak, Omkareshwar, Maheshwar, Orchha, Maihar and Chitrakoot. These towns have been declared as holy cities by the State ...
Tandon to visit Pondy, Karaikal on January 16
To hold talks with Chief Electoral Officer
Trade unions stage rally
Monthly relief of Rs 2,500 sought for workers of units that have closed shop
`Launch crusade against female foeticide'
Establish novel tradition of celebrating birth of girl child: Gen. Rodrigues
Amarinder clears SEZ for Amritsar
CHANDIGARH: A special economic zone at Amritsar is among 16 mega projects cleared by the Punjab Government on Thursday. It has also granted approval to corporate majors to launch their ventures in high value horticulture products. Announcing ...
Dharampaji visits `apne' in Phagwara
PHAGWARA: He may be a Bollywood veteran-turned politician now, but for ageing actor Dharmendra it was a very special and emotional journey down the memory lane to Phagwara, where he spent most of his childhood. Busy these days in shooting of ...
New BJP chief likely by Jan. 20: Kalraj Misra
`Choice of the president is no big problem'; Cabinet reshuffle may also be delayed
U.P. plans final drive against polio
Eight-phase programme begins from January 15
Students go on rampage
KGMU ransacked after student's death, RAF rushed to spot
Police caution against criminals in disguise
DEHRA DUN: The police have advised residents not to allow persons posing as electricity meter readers, cooking gas mechanics, sales girls or boys inside their houses as they might be criminals in disguise. Alarmed at the way two persons ...
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