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Sikkim to host tourist festival in May
April 29, 2005
The state tourism
is sponsoring a 3-day extravaganza at Pelling in the West district.
'Tsunami damage could affect fishing industry'
December 29, 2004
The damage could especially affect export of shrimps and other varieties costing Rs 200 crore, an official of the fisher ...
Foresters blow Nainital's green top
April 13, 2004
Hectares of reserve
s in Nainital are being illegally cleared of sal, sagwan and other big trees under the
Andhra, Karnataka, Orissa rank low in basic amenities
April 19, 2004
The three states which begin to elect new assemblies tomorrow, are badly short of connectivity, water and electricity, a ...
N-E Christians pray to avert 'famine'
March 31, 2004
The worry has been triggered by signs that vast tracts of bamboo
are about to burst into flower.
Kanjibhai Maganbhai Patel
November 22, 2002
The three-time minister and four-time MLA, Kanjibhai Maganbhai Patel joined as Minister for
Environment, Employme ...
Karnataka water dept employees declare assets
June 5, 2003
In a move to strengthen transparency, all the employees of Water Resources Department in Karnataka have declared their a ...
WB irrigation dept denies KMC drainage charge
June 24, 2003
Even as the Kolkata Municipal Corporation attributed the city's waterlogged streets to the failure of the West Bengal ir ...
IN THE FOREST AGAIN
July 17, 2003
In Satyajit Ray?s Days and Nights in the
- four city-bred youth had wandered into the jungles for a vacati ...
October 10, 2003
In the '60s, four city-bred young men had wandered into the jungles of Palamau for a vacation. This was in Satyajit Ray? ...
November 4, 2003
The first and foremost issue that comes up as soon as electoral politics in Seoni district is discussed is the deep-root ...
Heat wave kills more than 1,200 people
June 5, 2003
Large parts of India sweltered under an ongoing heat wave that has killed at least 1,246 people in three weeks and spark ...
Maoists put on US 'terrorist exclusion list'
May 9, 2004
. has added Nepal's outlawed Maoists to its "Terrorist Exclusion List" to restrict the rebels' entry in US.
Shanta Kumar locks horns with first-timer in LS poll
May 5, 2004
The BJP leader faces a formidable rival in state
minister Chander Kumar, who is contesting the LS polls for the f ...
AU dept throws norms to winds
February 24, 2006
SET RULES and guidelines of Allahabad University (AU) for procurement of items are being violated with impunity by the v ...
My rapist is now an advocate: Victim narrates the tale of horror
Rage, tears and broken childhoods as Pak reels from Taliban massacre
Aamir Khan's PK: 5 things to watch out for
India vs Australia 2nd Test, Day 2: Honours even after bad light ends play
After Delhi rape, Uber plans tighter screening for drivers
Peshawar school attack: More than 130, mostly children, massacred by Taliban militants
Diandra Soares evicted from Bigg Boss 8: Could she really be pregnant?
Sydney siege: Infosys techie among several hostages in cafe; negotiations with gunman on
132 children killed as Taliban gunmen storm Peshawar school
Sydney cafe siege ends; gunman, 2 others killed
26/11 accused Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi granted bail in Pakistan
Modi steps in to speed up stuck projects worth $300 billion: Report
What happened inside the Sydney cafe: A witness' account
Conversion row in RS: Jaitley says 'arrogant' Oppn can't dictate rules
India's heaviest rocket GSLV Mk-III test-fired
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