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Three buried alive
GUWAHATI, JUNE 4.Three construction workers were buried alive and seven others were injured when an approach bridge of a city temple collapsed during construction at Pandu locality here this afternoon. The incident took place at around 2:45 pm ...
Gujarat Congress against sanction to organised crime bill
GANDHINAGAR, JUNE 4. The State Congress Legislature Party will appeal to the Governor and the Centre not to sanction the Gujarat Control of Organised Crime Bill, passed by the Assembly on Wednesday. Talking to mediapersons here today, the ...
Gangster shot dead in encounter
SURAT, JUNE 4.A hardcore criminal Subhash Bhaskar Nair, who had undergone facial surgery to change his identity and was arrested in Delhi recently, was shot dead today by the Gujarat police when he allegedly tried to escape from custody. The ...
Accept verdict with grace, Chautala tells Amarinder
Jammu & Kashmir
JAMMU, JUNE 4.A pilgrim from Indore to the Vaishnodevi died due to cardiac arrest at Katra while a Border Security Force jawan killed his colleague in Rajouri district of Jammu division since yesterday, police sources said here today. One ...
Assembly nod for shifting CIL headquaters
RANCHI, JUNE 4.Jharkhand's ruling NDA today got a unanimous verdict on a resolution moved in support of shifting HQ of CIL and DVC to Jharkhand from Kolkata in the State Assembly, but its attempt to include the shifting of SAIL HQ met with ...
Scrap Maheshwar power project, demands NBA
MCOCA review committee set up
MUMBAI, JUNE 4. The Maharashtra Home Minister, R.R. Patil, today announced the setting up of a three-member committee to review the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA). Mr. Patil told the Assembly that Justice (retd.) ...
Police to upgrade fingerprint bureau
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 4. The Pondicherry police department plans to upgrade its fingerprint bureau at cost of Rs. 11 lakhs in a month's time, according to the Senior Superintendent of Police (Law and Order) Sunil Garg. Mr. Garg told the press today ...
Re-examination for higher secondary school students
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 4. The Department of School Education here will conduct soon a re-examination to enable students of the government higher secondary schools to have an opportunity to get promotion to the Standard XII. Announcing this to ...
Akali Dal to oppose SYL construction
RAS officers top list of complaints to Lokayukta
JAIPUR, JUNE 4.The maximum number of complaints received by the Rajasthan Lokayukta during 2003-04 pertained to bureaucrats, including those belonging to the Indian Administrative Service and the Rajasthan Administrative Service. The RAS ...
Poll process for Rajya Sabha, Legislative Council begins
LUCKNOW, JUNE 4.The process for the crucial biennial elections to 11 Rajya Sabha and 13 Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council seats commenced today after issuance of notification by the Election commission. Elections for both Rajya Sabha and ...
Congress alarmed at Rae Bareli incidents
LUCKNOW, JUNE 4.The Congress leadership has taken a serious view of the incidents of violence taking place in Rae Bareli since the Lok Sabha elections. These are seen as a deliberate attempt to create an atmosphere of terror in the constituency ...
BJP has potential to grow in Uttar Pradesh: Kalyan Singh
NEW DELHI, JUNE 4. The former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Kalyan Singh, who returned to the Bharatiya Janata Party just ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, may have lost some of his bravado after the poor showing of the party in State, but he ...
`Crime against women on the rise in West Bengal'
KOLKTATA, JUNE 4.The cross-border trafficking in women from Bangladesh and Nepal has led to an increase in crime against women in West Bengal over the past year, according to the Chairperson of the National Commission for Women, Poornima Advani. ...
IOC tank fire: contingency steps taken
KOLKATA. June 4. The bolt of lightning that struck one of the 20 petrol storage tanks at the Indian Oil Corporation oil terminal in Rajbandh, about 150 km away from Kolkata, around 6 p.m. last evening has triggered one of the worst fires.Despite ...
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