(28k, 56k) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Congress President Sonia Gandhi and BJP leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee during an all-party meeting on tsunami at Prime Minister’s residence in New Delhi on Sunday. — PTI
Is the Punjab government not filling teachers' vacancies dereliction of duty?
meets Arjun, war of nerves on New
Delhi, January 9
RJD supremo Laloo Prasad Yadav today
climbed down from his threatening stand over the Congress-JMM
“unilateral” seat-sharing agreement for Jharkhand Assembly polls and
declared, after his meeting with senior Congress leader Arjun Singh, that
talks on seat sharing for Bihar would continue till a settlement was
From left: RJD chief Laloo Prasad Yadav and Congress leaders M.L. Fotedar and Arjun Singh come out after a meeting in
New Delhi on Sunday. — PTI photo
releases lists for Haryana, Jharkand Ex-CM Marandi not fielded New Delhi, January 9
Even as the Bharatiya Janata Party
today announced its list of candidates for Haryana and Jharkhand Assembly
elections, talks on seat-sharing arrangement with Janata Dal (U) for Bihar
remained inconclusive as the BJP failed to declare its first list for the
legislator shot dead Tiruvallur, January 9
AIADMK MLA and former Tamil Nadu
Backward Classes Minister K. Sudarsanam was shot dead early today.
in Sriganganagar Violence follows murder of
trader Sriganganagar, January 9
Following clashes between
protesting residents and the police over the murder of a local trader,
the district police clamped curfew in parts of the town this afternoon.
units in region face closure Chandigarh, January 9
The Union Government’s endeavour
to bring down drug prices is sounding the death-knell of pharmaceutical
units in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh.
for NRI-funded research Mumbai, January 9
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
today exhorted overseas Indians to pool in their intellectual and
financial resources to help fund research to mitigate the effects
of natural calamities like earthquakes.
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