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02 Mar 2015, 21:56 HRS IST
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Sensex ends 97.64 pts higher at 29,459.14; Nifty rises 54.90 pts to end at new closing peak of of 8,956.300 rural clusters to developedMeasures in place to expedite railway lines electrificationGovt spends Rs 25 lakh this fiscal for archives' digitisation661 MPs have adopted villages for development: GovtBill to hike number of AP Leg Council members introduced in LSJ&K CM Mufti Mohd Sayeed says he stands by the statement on violence-free polls in the stateRelieve Nadda as Health Minister pending AIIMS probe: CPI(M)Cong appoints five new PCC chiefsAttempts being made to remove Arvind Kejriwal as AAP's National Convener; Party National Executive to meet on March 4: Sanjay SinghJammu-Srinagar highway closed due to heavy snowfall and landslides: Police.
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A group of PDP MLAs demanded that the Centre hand over the mortal remains of Guru. PTI File Photo.
A group of PDP MLAs demanded that the Centre hand over the mortal remains of Guru. PTI File Photo.
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