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Category: Hearings
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Power crisis looms over Mumbai 2.3.2006 Business Standard
Power crisis looms over Mumbai
'Save power for more power' 28.2.2006 DNA: Mumbai
The speakers wanted more lines for power transmission from other states.The weak and overburdened infrastructure stops the state from getting power.
Mumbai may get breather in power cuts 28.2.2006 Business Standard
Mumbai may get breather in power cuts
KPTCL seeks hike in tariff 28.2.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
It has to pay Rs. 720 crores as fixed charges to TBPCL
This People's court finds Bush guilty 27.2.2006 Rediff: News
As many as 13 people deposed before the jury, leveling charges against the US President, ranging from war mongering and mass killings to violation of all international charters and aggression against sovereign countries.
Operation Kolleru continues 27.2.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
VIJAYAWADA: In pursuance of the Supreme Court's latest order, the district administration on Sunday decided to continue Operation Kolleru. The demolition of fish tanks continued in Mandavalli and Kaikaluru mandals on Sunday. Blasting would be ...
Panel promises to put Kolleru drive on hold 27.2.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
NEW DELHI: The Central Empowered Committee has assured the Supreme Court that its direction to the West Godavari Collector to demolish fish tanks belonging to 49 beneficiaries will not be implemented till objections are heard. Senior counsel ...
'Public court' holds Bush guilty of perpetrating terrorism 26.2.2006 New Kerala: India News
Hyderabad: A 'praja court' (public court) here Sunday held US President George W. Bush guilty of "perpetrating terrorism in the name of fighting terrorism and killing people including women and children".
State Pulse: Arunachal Pradesh: Town faces submergence  25.2.2006 Central Chronicle
State Pulse: Arunachal Pradesh: Town faces submergence 
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State Pulse: Arunachal Pradesh: Town faces submergence  24.2.2006 Central Chronicle
State Pulse: Arunachal Pradesh: Town faces submergence 
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MLAs' supporters come to blows at Delimitation hearing 23.2.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Feb 22 : Heated scenes were witnessed at a two-day public hearing held by Delimitation Commission that ended today, with supporters of two MLAs, one from Congress and one from BJP, coming to blows over the issue of the naming of a constituency.
APGenco appeals for investor-friendly policies 23.2.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Seeks Rs. 22, 551 cr. for more power generation at public hearing
Profile: Ruth Manorama, voice of Dalits 21.2.2006 India Together
Ruth Manorama is a women's rights activist well known for her contribution in mainstreaming Dalit issues. Herself from the Dalit community, she has helped throw the spotlight on the precarious situation of Dalit women in India. She calls them "Dalits among the Dalits." A peacewomen profile from the Women's Feature Service and Sangat.
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Briefly 21.2.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Kadapa Mayor P. Ravindranath Reddy on Sunday favoured setting up of a Water Sports Academy near Buggavanka reservoir in Kadapa. Speaking after inaugurating Kadapotsavam water sports at Pathakadapa tank, the Mayor urged Collector G. Asok Kumar ...
A new plan for safe motherhood, but many challenges still 20.2.2006 India Together
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Around the City 19.2.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
The Bangalore Meat and Chicken Marketing Federation has banned the sale of meat from 8 a.m. on February 25 and 26 in view of Shivaratri. Painting competition Chitrakala Academy will conduct a painting competition for ...
Revise guideline value, organisations urge Govt. 17.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
`Textiles industry hit due to recession in the last couple of years'
Bt cotton seeds in the eye of political storm 17.2.2006 Business Standard
Bt cotton seeds in the eye of political storm
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Wooing back tribals: Cops on peace mission 16.2.2006 New Indian Express
Wooing back tribals: Cops on peace mission
Reforms panel receives petitions on corruption 16.2.2006 New Indian Express
Reforms panel receives petitions on corruption
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