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BJP takes up cause of ‘outsider’ MBBS grads, slams rule that bars admission in UP colleges

Even AMU, BHU students cannot sit for the examination.

Raje to ‘fix’ Gehlot big-ticket projects

Raje lambasted the Gehlot government for hastily introducing the Jaipur metro rail project and grudged running it.

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Govt curtailing monsoon session to avoid debates: Opposition

However, Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan dismissed the charges as baseless.

Raj tells MLAs to behave

MNS president Raj Thackeray demanded Friday a breach of privilege motion moved in the state assembly and council against Marathi news channel editors be dropped.

CAG: Cost of 242 irrigation projects up by Rs 26K cr,none completed

Despite a massive cost escalation of Rs 26,617 crore,242 irrigation projects taken up in the state in the last four decades remain incomplete,the comptroller and auditor general (CAG) has claimed.

Law to check travel agents likely to get cabinet nod today

More than six years after it was first mooted,the Punjab cabinet is finally expected to give its final nod to rules formulated under the 'Punjab Prevention of Human Smuggling Act’ to check unscrupulous travel agents in the state.

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Khaira slams govt for appointing advisors with ministerial status

This is not only gross violation of Constitution but also a cruel joke with the elected representatives.

President Pranab Mukherjee arrives on two-day Meghalaya,Assam visit

The President was received by J B Patnaik at the Lokopriyo Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport.

Will not tolerate neglect in work for people: Mamata Banerjee

People have put their faith in me and it is my duty to work for their welfare,said Banerjee.

Parties in U'khand showing renewed concern for common man

A slew of decisions and gestures by various political parties have reflected this renewed concern.

State Assembly Photos

Today in pics: February 12, 2014

Narendra Modi is interacting with people from several cities across the country as part of his ‘Chai pe Charcha’ programme.

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