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Two police officers test HIV-positive
PATNA: Two senior police officers of Bihar have tested HIV-positive after Elisa test, State Home Secretary Afzal Amanullah said on Wednesday. The officers tested positive after a test conducted at a laboratory here, he said without revealing ...
Traders block road to protest killing
PATNA: Over a hundred businessmen and shop employees on Wednesday blocked the busy Buddha Marg and burnt tyres protesting against the killing of two brothers, who worked at a readymade garment shop at a shopping arcade here on Tuesday, forcing ...
Do not rent out houses to strangers, Goa citizens told
PANAJI: The South Goa District Magistrate on Tuesday issued orders forbidding citizens from renting out houses or vehicles to strangers. The order had been issued in view of inputs regarding the operations of cross-border terrorist outfits, ...
New deal for panchayat workers
18,000 workers in 23,051 panchayats will get the benefit
A 35-crore deal for Hrithik?
MUMBAI: In one of the biggest movie deals in the Indian film industry, Bollywod star Hrithik Roshan is engaged in talks with Adlabs for a multi-crore three-film contract pegged at Rs. 35 crores. Sources said although ...
Puducherry set to join police telecom network
All systems in place, testing under way
IAS officer "did not distort Tagore's poem"
Ramadoss writes to West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on controversy over lyrics
Punjab ads generate heat
Publicity is the right of the government, says Minister
Villager hurt in police action dies
Situation in Gharsana worsens
Dalits resolve to reclaim land
The second highest number of cases of Dalit atrocity is related to land
Assembly sitting postponed to Nov. 10
LUCKNOW: The next sitting of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly would be held on November 10 instead of October 27 as scheduled earlier, officials said on Wednesday. According to the Vidhan Sabha Principal Secretary R P ...
Abu Salem name not on Mubarakpur voter's list
Campaign posters trigger speculation
Kedarnath shrine closed
DEHRA DUN: The higher Himalayan shrine of Kedarnath was closed for the winter amid religious chants and ceremonial music by the Garhwal Rifles band on Tuesday. Similarly the Yamunotri shrine was closed for the winter amid Vedic ...
Demand for separate State
SILIGURI: A new group has emerged in north Bengal demanding a separate State of Kamtapur with certain areas of neighbouring Assam and Bihar. The new group, the Greater Kamta United Forum (GKUF) was launched on Tuesday in Cooch Behar, ...
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