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Tension due to rape attempt
PATNA, OCT 31. Unidentified persons allegedly tried to rape two Dalit women after thrashing them at their house on the outskirts of the city sparking tension, police said here today. The incident occurred at Chhoti Rukanpura last evening and ...
Chhat festivity marred by deaths
AURANGABD (BIHAR), OCT 31. TWOdeaths in separate accidents from various parts of Aurangabad district of Bihar during the last 24 hours marred Chhat celebrations. Two more were drowned in Vaishali district today. One teenager drowned in Sone ...
Prince Charles gets a feel of rural Haryana
KARNAL (HARYANA), OCT. 31.Prince Charles of Britain today had a one-to-one session with Parampujya Ma, the spiritual head of Arpana Trust an inter-faith organisation here after a hectic tour of Kutail and Gamri villages, where the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
'No power cuts during Ramzan'
SRINAGAR, OCT 31. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has directed the Power Development Department (PDD) to ensure uninterrupted power supply in the Valley in the month of Ramzan. Reviewing the power supply situation, ...
Bid to generate revenue
JAMMU, OCT 31.Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to sell Nazool (government) land to generate revenue for construction of power projects in the state, Revenue Minister Hakim Mohammad Yasin has said. ``The exercise would be taken up in ...
Congress holds back first list
New police chief takes over
MUMBAI, OCT. 31.Ending uncertainty over the appointment of a new police chief, senior-most IPS officer, Surendra Mohan Shangari, today took over as the new Director General of Police in Maharashtra. An IPS officer of the 1968 batch, Mr. ...
Lobbying intensifies for Cong. tickets
NEW DELHI, OCT. 31.As the deadline for notification of the Delhi Assembly elections nears, ticket aspirants are knocking at the doors of one leader or the other to plead their case in order to outwit their rivals. High levels of anxiety are ...
EC to deploy DTC buses
NEW DELHI, OCT. 31. As many as 1,200 CNG buses of the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and 1,000 multi-utility vehicles would be used for the Delhi Assembly elections on December 1. The details of vehicles to be used for transportation of ...
Dengue under control
CHANDIGARH, OCT 31.Punjab Health and Family Minister Ramesh Chander Dogra said that timely preventive steps and regular checking of medicines prescribed had succeeded in controlling the spread of dengue fever in Punjab. In a statement issued ...
SBBJ on a new high
LUCKNOW, OCT 31.The Centre has given its nod to the three-month extension of service for Uttar Pradesh Chief Secretary A P Singh from tomorrow. Mr Singh, a 1967 batch IAS officer, was due to retire today. According to official sources, a ...
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