May 29, 2005,
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
PM says no to free power Dedicates 1,500 MW Nathpa Jhakri project to nation Jhakri, May 28
Expressing concern over the growing power shortage in the country, the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, today said the time had come to declare in “no uncertain terms” that free power to farmers was a major impediment, hampering the efforts to enhance power generation.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Himachal Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh at a public meeting at
Jakhri, Rampur, on Saturday after inaugurating the country’s largest 1500 MW Nathpa Jhakri Hydroelectric Project.
— Tribune photo by Anil Dayal
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Board for 9.5 pc interest New
Delhi, May 28
Provident Fund Board today recommended 9.5 per cent
interest to nearly four crore EPF subscribers for
2004-05 by withdrawing Rs 716 crore from Special
Reserve Fund to bridge the deficit.
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Blasts at Dal Lake,
yatra route; 44 hurt
Srinagar, May 28
Militants struck yet again on the holy Amarnath cave route and near the Dal Lake, triggering two blasts and causing injuries to about 44 persons, including six Central Reserve Police Force
Assembly: Autopsy possible, not resurrection On
“dissolution” the Constitution says very little: the
duration of every legislative assembly is five years
unless the Governor dissolves the same earlier. As to
when and under what circumstances a dissolution should
take place is not prescribed.
replacing rotten eatables at anganwadis Bathinda,
Commissioner’s orders, a few supervisors of anganwadi
centres were caught on camera replacing rotten eatables
at an anganwadi centre of Siwia village last evening.
This despite the fact that the Deputy Commissioner asked
the officials concerned yesterday only to take 15
samples of eatables from each block.
Haryana page: Anganwadi
diet not as per specifications: team Rotten
eatables being loaded in a government vehicle in
the presence of anganwadi supervisors at an
anganwadi centre of Siwia village on Friday
evening. — Tribune photo by Kulbir Beera
that Gulmarg was developing as “an
international destination for tourists”, the
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti
Mohammad Sayeed, today inaugurated the second
phase of the Gulmarg Gondola cable car
Cable cars move between the towers after the launch of the second phase of Kashmir’s cable car in Aphanwat, 60 km west of Srinagar, on Saturday.
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