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No detractors in Congress,only ambitious leaders: Hooda

Faced with opposition from within the Congress over the last few months,Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Monday chose to call those criticising his government as “politically ambitious” and not “detractors”.

American semen falls short on promise of delivering female calves

For a technology that guarantees 90 per cent chances of female offspring in cows,the sexed up semen imported from the USA,is just not upto the mark when it comes to doing the job in Punjab.

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American semen falls short on promise of delivering female calves

For a technology that guarantees 90 per cent chances of female offspring in cows,the sexed up semen imported from the USA,is just not upto the mark when it comes to doing the job in Punjab.

American semen falls short on promise of delivering female calves

For a technology that guarantees 90 per cent chances of female offspring in cows,the sexed up semen imported from the USA,is just not upto the mark when it comes to doing the job in Punjab.

Sons shot dead,man hurt in Kaithal land dispute

A man and his two sons were shot at by a few villagers in Kaithal district of Haryana on Monday.

Dead British Sikh girl’s organs traced to Chandigarh

Parents of a British Sikh girl who died suddenly while on holiday in India have moved a step closer to getting answers about her mysterious death.

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Yet to pay up what it promised in 2008,govt offers no cash incentive this time

At a time when Punjab is all set to elect its new panchayat bodies on June 3,a promise of cash reward to those villages

Powercuts: Two-day off for general industry,3-day for induction furnaces

With paddy season in full swing,the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited on Monday imposed two-day compulsory weekly offs on general industry and three-day weekly off on induction furnaces in the state.

State mulls banning private moneylending

The Punjab government is considering banning private money lending to farmers.

Pilgrims assualt Punjab IAS officer overseeing rescue ops in U’khand

Director general of school education (DGSE),Punjab,Kahan Singh Pannu,who is supervising rescue operations in Uttarakhand,was Monday assaulted by some pilgrims from the state stranded at Gobind Ghat

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