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Bihar
  • 'Arranged' weddings, Bihar style: kidnap and marry


    Gujarat
    7 killed as train rams auto
    AHMEDABAD, OCT. 26. Seven persons, including five women, were killed when the Bhuj-Viramgaam Passenger train rammed an autorickshaw at an unmanned level crossing near Gandhidham town of Kutch district today. All the seven occupants of the ...


    Jammu & Kashmir
    Kin separated by LoC look forward to bus service
    URI, OCT. 26. Almost 56 years ago, the sleepy town of Uri was a war zone where tribal raiders, supported by Pakistan, heading towards Srinagar faced their first resistance. Brigadier Rajinder Singh and his troops, who were asked by the Maharaja ...


    Madhya Pradesh
    Charge against Digvijay reiterated
    BHOPAL, OCT. 26. The general secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Shivraj Singh Chauhan, today went on a counter offensive against the Chief Minister, Digvijay Singh, saying that he owed an explanation to the people regarding his "special ...


    Maharashtra
    VILLAGE WITHOUT WATER - II
    Pilot project with a new approach
    WANGI KHURD, (Osmanabad dist.), Oct. 26. ``In the last months, we have had to work the pump for 10 minutes before a thin trickle of water begins to flow,'' said Kalavati Deodhar Gunjal, sarpanch of Wangi Khurd in Bhoom taluka of Maharashtra's ...


    New Delhi
    BJP's contention on bogus voters challenged
    NEW DELHI, OCT. 26.The contention of the BJP spokesman, Vijay Kumar Malhotra, that one in every fourth voter in the Capital was either duplicate or bogus has been challenged by demographic experts. In fact in a communication to the Election ...
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  • Recording the journey of Metro
  • Media accused of `class bias'


    Orissa
    More saw mills opposed
    BHUBANESWAR, OCT. 26. The Wildlife Society of Orissa has opposed the recommendation of an official committee for establishment of 70 more sawmills in the State. "If the State Government was serious about protection of forests, the ...
    Tight security for Assembly session
    BHUBANESWAR, OCT. 26. Massive security arrangements have been made for a 11-day session of the Orissa Assembly which begins tomorrow in view of the heightened threat perception from naxalites. A total of 18 platoons of policemen have been ...
    11 killed in collision
    BHUBANESWAR, OCT. 26. At least 11 persons were killed and seven injured when a Commander jeep and a truck collided near Papali village under the Sasan police station limits in Orissa's Sambalpur district this evening. The incident took place ...


    Punjab
    Contentious Sikh meet passes off peacefully
    CHANDIGARH, OCT. 26.Even as a conglomerate of fringe Sikh organisations posed an open challenge to the authority and functioning of the community's apex clergy especially the Jathedar of the Akal Takhat, questioned the functioning of the ...


    Rajasthan
  • Rajasthan land records on Internet
  • End of an illustrious dynasty


    West Bengal
    Bengal to revamp health, school education
    KOLKATA, OCT. 26. The health and school education sectors in West Bengal are in for a major revamp. While a final decision on the changes in the latter is to be taken shortly those in the health sector are to be introduced next month. Since ...
    Another hospital death
    PURULIA, OCT. 26. Another death due to the alleged negligence of the attending doctor has been reported at the Purulia Sadar Hospital in West Bengal. The district's Chief Medical Health Officer, B.B. Patra, said Ruma Chakraborty, who was ...



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