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Shuffle The Pack 22.2.2006 Telegraph: Opinion
they do not realize that the voter identity card is more than just a passport to the polling booth, that it is needed to open savings accounts in a post office or bank, and to apply for Central government schemes. This authoritative diagnosis may be superficially accurate, but it displays either ignorance of a far deeper kind or a deliberate evasion of the realities of poverty. Hired farm hands unsure of their next day's labour, women who have lost their homes through calamities or human cruelty, people struggling to feed their families and living always on the edge, cannot be expected to think of post office savings or Centrally-sponsored schemes. The quality of their lives gives them a radically different mindset from that expected by ...
JIPMER to treat bird flu patients 22.2.2006 Hindu: Other States
A three-member Rapid Response Team to cater to any exigency constituted
Centre says no flu in Shimoga 22.2.2006 Deccan Herald
Centre says no flu in Shimoga
Photo identity cards to be issued from Feb 22 22.2.2006 New Indian Express
Photo identity cards to be issued from Feb 22
Flu response delayed: Centre 22.2.2006 The Statesman
Flu response delayed: Centre
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Railway Protection Spl Force deployed at Ahmedabad station 22.2.2006 New Kerala: Gujarat
Ahmedabad, Feb 21 : A platoon of Railway Protection Special Force jawans has been deployed at the city railway station as an additional security measure following the bomb explosion at the station on Sunday morning, in which 25 persons were injured.
RTA to give holograms to autorickshaws 22.2.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
To contain both visible, hidden information providing details including name of owner, driver
Combating the flu: Centre decides to go for the kill 22.2.2006 TOI: India
The Centre on Tuesday said it would cull all the one lakh additional birds that exist within the 10-km surveillance zone in Nawapur, Maharashtra.
Eight suspect cases, culling ends 22.2.2006 Business Standard
Eight suspect cases, culling ends
Surveillance cameras to be installed at City Railway Station 22.2.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Step taken as part of increased security measures
Surveillance cameras to be installed at Bangalore railway station 22.2.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Step taken as part of increased security measures
Decision on bird flu vaccination programmes delayed 21.2.2006 The Guardian -- Front Page
Bird flu: Experts delay decision on anti-bird flu vaccination programmes in France and Netherlands.
Identity cards to be issued from tomorrow 21.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
TIRUCHI: Distribution of Electors' Photo Identity Card to those who have not got it will commence in the district on Wednesday and will be completed by March 31. This process for voters of Marungapuri, Musiri, Lalgudi and Tiruverumbur Assembly ...
Meeting of officials takes stock of bird flu threat 21.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
People cautioned against consuming raw eggs and meat
EPIC venture 21.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Photo identity cards to be issued from tomorrow 21.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Cards to be given through designated photographic locations established at 485 places
Arrangements under way for issue of EPIC 21.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
COIMBATORE: The Bangalore-based private agency entrusted with the work for issue of Electors' Photo Identity Card (EPIC) in Coimbatore has assured to commence the work by the end of this week and 90 per cent of the left out electorate would get ...
Misuse of highways 21.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Spreading harvested crops for drying and thrashing them on highways is a common phenomenon throughout the State. Remains of harvested crops are a threat to road safety. Unfortunately, authorities do no not seem to look into this issue seriously. ...
Issue of Electors' Photo Identity Cards in Theni district commences today 21.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Link centres will be set up to issue duplicate cards on payment to voters, who lost their original ones
Can I have my answer papers, please? 21.2.2006 India Together
In two recent rulings, the Central Information Commission rejected candidates' requests asking to see their own assessed answer sheets. One of the CIC's arguments was that the examining authority and the evaluator had a fiduciary relationship and thereby qualified for exemption. Prakash Kardaley wonders if the CIC went too far.
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