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Dehradun launches special drive to register women voters
(12 March 11:56 pm)
The Dehradun district administration is launching a three-day special drive from Thursday (March 12) to allow more women to register their names on the voters’ list. Booth level officers (BLO) have
Uttarakhand CM kicks off Cong LS campaign with ‘padyatra’
(12 March 11:54 pm)
The recently installed chief minister of Uttarakhand, Harish Rawat, launched his party’s Loksabha campaign in the hill state from Haridwar on Wednesday.
AAP’s dargah campaign in Bareilly draws flak from religious leaders
(12 March 11:53 pm)
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) offering ‘chadars’ at dargahs and performing pujas at prominent temples in Bareilly and Aaonla to kick-start its election campaign in the district has invited sharp
‘Sad’ if Modi becomes PM, Tigmanshu Dhulia says
(12 March 11:50 pm)
In a visit to Aligarh Muslim University on Wednesday, film director Tigmanshu Dhulia, known for movies set in the Hindi hinterland, said he would be ‘sad’ to see Narendra Modi become
Villagers collect funds, rebuild bridges through voluntary service
(12 March 11:48 pm)
Fed up of waiting for the state’s PWD department to reconstruct some 20 overbridges washed away in the June flash floods, over 3,000 villagers of Uttarkashi district rebuilt 12 old bridges with
Opposition trains guns on Uttarakhand CM for ‘overstaying’ in state guest house
(12 March 11:29 pm)
Opposition BJP is training its guns on CM Harish Rawat for overstaying at the state guest house and using a govt chopper for attending Holi celebrations.
West UP’s biggest khap encourages women to vote
(12 March 11:27 pm)
Looking to shed its anti-women image, the biggest khap panchayat in western UP is encouraging its women to vote in the forthcoming general elections.
Invited politician to private bash? take consent: Barielly DM
(12 March 11:21 pm)
Residents of the district planning to invite politicians to their private bashes will now have to put up with an “intrusion” as district authorities will monitor and videograph the
Uttarakhand an uphill task for SP, BSP
(12 March 11:19 pm)
SP and BSP may be big names in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh but the two parties are struggling to get a foothold in Uttarakhand, where Congress and BJP have traditionally held
Highway ministry seeks EC nod to award road projects
(12 March 11:10 pm)
The highways ministry will seek permission of the Election Commission to award works for over 60 road projects involving over Rs 22,000 crore investment.
Anna skips Mamata's Ramlila Maidan rally
(12 March 10:47 pm)
Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee attended the much hyped rally at Ramlila Maidan on Wednesday, but the most amazing was the absence of the host — Anna Hazare.
Central teams to assess crop loss in rain affected areas of Maharashtra and MP
(12 March 09:23 pm)
With unseasonal rains and hailstorm damaging standing crops in many parts of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, the Centre on Wednesday rushed team of officials to both the states to assess the overall
Retired DGP writes to PM, complains about UPA's inaction in probe of 2002 riots
(12 March 09:08 pm)
Retired DGP R B Sreekumar has written a letter to prime minister Manmohan Singh complaining about his government’s inaction to probe the 2002 riots, and to direct Ministry of defence and ministry of
Railways change sleepers meant for 40 years in just 3 years
(12 March 09:01 pm)
Is lack of long-term planning proving costly for the Indian Railways? A query under RTI shows that 52kg cement sleepers, having a life of 40 years, were replaced in three years with 60kg under the
Tejpal's family showing CCTV footage to everybody: Prosecution
(12 March 08:43 pm)
\"The CCTV footage is made available to Tejpal. The same footage is displayed to everybody in Delhi by the family members,\" advocate Saresh Lotlikar said.
Panel discussion on Commonwealth Day Observance
(12 March 08:41 pm)
A panel discussion on \'Opportunities through the Commonwealth in India\' on Commonwealth Day Observance was held on March 11 at the Canadian high commission in India.
Maoists launch tactical offensive campaign to disrupt polls
(12 March 07:50 pm)
The Tuesday\'s Naxal attack on security forces in Chhattisgarh has heralded the beginning of CPI (Maoist)\'s annual Tactical Counter Offensive Campaign (TCOC) which is scheduled with the upcoming
Air India plane in near miss as Pakistan ATC gives wrong information
(12 March 07:26 pm)
Mumbai-bound AI flight from London\'s Heathrow Airport escaped a near-miss incident after Karachi ATC gave pilot a wrong frequency that could have changed flight\'s path.
Doordarshan, AIR to celebrate Farooque Shaikh's 66th birth anniversary on March 25
(12 March 07:16 pm)
Doordarshan and All India Radio have lined up special programmes to commemorate Farooque Shaikh\'s 66th birth anniversary coming up on Tuesday, March 25.
Former Bihar Congress chief joins LJP
(12 March 06:48 pm)
In a jolt to the Congress in Bihar, former state president Chaudhary Mehboob Ali Kaisar Wednesday joined the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) of Ram Vilas Paswan.
AAP releases fifth list of candidates
(12 March 06:44 pm)
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday released its fifth list of 56 candidates for the Lok Sabha elections, which include eight from Bihar and nine
Unfair to call Bansal tainted, Cong says, hints at giving ticket
(12 March 06:19 pm)
Faced with a dilemma over handing tickets to leaders facing allegations of corruption, Congress today gave indications that while former railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal could be re-nominated
Cong defends Rahul's 'Hitler' jibe at Modi
(12 March 06:11 pm)
In light of Rahul Gandhi\'s remarks comparing Narendra Modi to Adolf Hitler, Congress today suggested it would be foolhardy not to hold the Gujarat CM responsible for the 2002
IAF aircraft on standby for Malaysian plane search operations
(12 March 04:53 pm)
\"We have kept our aircraft on standby and as soon as we get a go ahead, we are ready to take off for search operations,\" an IAF spokesperson said.
No airline can refuse to fly differently-abled people: Govt
(12 March 04:51 pm)
Heeding to years of pleas and protests by differently-abled people, government has finally come out with detailed rules governing their air travel by making it clear that no airline would refuse to
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