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No Telangana cheers for left out MLAs

Hyderabad: The mood in Raj Bhavan was not all of joy and jubilation as would be expected on the historic day the new state of Telangana was officially born. There was some despair and anger from those who did not get Cabinet berths as they had ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Saving face: Municipal committee asked to vacate Gor Gathri premises

K-P govt decide­s to vacate munici­pal commit­tee, touris­m dept office­s locate­d at histor­ical Gor Gathri. K-P govt decides to vacate municipal committee, tourism dept offices located at historical Gor Gathri.
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

Khalsa Club drubs Surjeet Club by 3-1

Excelsior Sports Correspondent BARAMULLA, July 22: Khalsa Club Uplina defeated Surjeet Club Baramulla by three goals to one (3-1) in the ongoing District Baramulla Hockey Tournament, being organized by Hockey Baramulla, under the aegis of Hockey ...
 Daily Excelsior.com6 days ago

Mortars, bullets rain in entire Arnia, parts of RS Pura sector

*Several houses damaged, cattle perish, panic grips people A man points to his roof damaged in mortar shell while a woman looks at the wall hit by several bullets in her house at village Gharana and Gharani in Arnia Sector on Sunday.
 Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago

Congress to bring back veterans from oblivion

In an attempt to revive the Congress in Uttar Pradesh, party leaders have now decided to bring back veteran Congress leaders into the party mainstream.The Congress is eyeing those veteran and senior leaders who has receded in the background in the past few ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

Punjab transfers 8 IAS, 20 PCS

unjab Government on Sunday transferred 28 officers, including eight IAS and 20 PCS, with immediate effect. Among the IAS, Dr Sirra Karuna Raju has been transferred and posted as Special Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, while Gurkirat Kirpal ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

[Ajay K. Mehra] Gubernatorial gambit by Modi government

The Narendra Modi government has advised the United Progressive Alliance-appointed governors to resign. Amidst mixed reactions, four governors ― those of West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Nagaland and Chhattisgarh ― have put in their papers. ...
 Korea Herald2 weeks ago Gubernatorial gambit  The Statesman3 weeks ago

USTA deputation calls on Div Com, highlights demands

Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, July 9: A deputation of J&K United School Teacher Association (USTA), led by its president Hari Singh, called on Divisional Commissioner Jammu today and highlighted some demands for consideration of the same. The ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 weeks ago

Cong, BJP bigwigs to campaign in bypolls

In a bid to ensure their party candidates' victory in the three assembly by-elections scheduled to be held on July 21, both the ruling Congress and the Opposition BJP have deployed large contingents of their star campaigners. These elections are ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

Randhir demands Intl Airport for Jammu, linking Ladakh, Poonch with rail

Excelsior Correspondent Thakur Randhir Singh NCP State president addressing the media persons at Jammu on Thursday JAMMU, July 3: Former Minister Thakur Randhir Singh NCP State president has urged the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for launching ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago
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