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Bihar rejects Union Minister’s allegation over Kosi breach
“Jaiprakash Narain Yadav is playing dirty politics over the human tragedy”
Haryana mandis go online
CHANDIGARH: All 108 mandis and 25 sub-centres of the agricultural marketing board in Haryana have been provided with computers and internet facilities to publish the prices of commodities on daily basis for the convenience of the farmers and ...
Congress to target Dhumal Government on Naina Devi stampede
Shimla: The Congress on Sunday said it will target the ruling BJP in the monsoon session of the Assembly on the Naina Devi stampede in which 146 pilgrims had died. The Congress will be “aggressive” in the House and corner ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Movement of vendors on part of beach road to be restricted
Specific areas may be earmarked for them to carry on trade
Programme on liver transplantation held
200 litres of kerosene seized
PUDUCHERRY: Sleuths from the Food Cell on Sunday seized 200 litres of kerosene meant for sale through the Public Distribution outlets in Puducherry and arrested two persons. Based on a tip-off, a team from the Food Cell raided a bicycle ...
When attractions turn an eyesore
Fountains located at several junctions in Puducherry cry for attention
PUDUCHERRY: Mother Theresa Post Graduate and Research Institute of Health Sciences, Government of Puducherry, conducted entrance examinations for admission to postgraduate courses on Saturday. According to a press release, candidates ...
BSNL to introduce new service
PUDUCHERRY: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), Puducherry, will introduce “CDMA prepaid service” on Monday. As part of the launch, a special booking camp will be held the same day at the Villianur telephone exchange and the BSNL ...
Workers seek revival of old pension scheme
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry Public Works Department, Mazdoor, Anti-New Pension Scheme Workers’ Association met Lieutenant Governor Govind Singh Gurjar on Friday. According to a release, the association submitted a petition to him ...
BKU vows to fight against drugs
Goods train derails
Patiala: Rail traffic on the Rajpura-Sirhind route was disrupted for few hours as a goods train derailed at Saryebanjara railway station in this district on Sunday. Few trains had to be diverted through Patiala as railway tracks were ...
BKU plans rallies to warn drug peddlers in Punjab
CHANDIGARH: The Rajewal faction of the Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) on Sunday announced that on September 27, its activists would organise processions throughout Punjab, to sound a final warning to “all drug peddlers and unscrupulous ...
Raje lays foundation of Manipal University campus
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje laid the foundation stone for the Jaipur campus of Manipal University at Dahmi Kalan village, near here, on Saturday. The university’s first campus in North India will start in the ...
Jaipur project to save power
37 lakh incandescent lamps will be replaced with CFLs
Remove Paswan from Union Cabinet: BJP
Jaipur: Alleging that Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan is supporting terrorism in the country by giving protection to SIMI activists, BJP has demanded an immediate removal of Lok Janshakti Party Chief from the Union Cabinet. In a press release ...
Paralytic minor raped
Jaipur: A ‘dhaba’ owner has been arrested in connection with the rape of a paralytic minor in Nagaur district of Rajasthan, police sources said. The eight-year-old girl hailing from Deedwana, was allegedly raped by the ...
Seven killed in train, tractor collision
Bulandshahr: Seven persons were killed and eight seriously injured on Sunday when an express train hit a tractor-trolley at Sikandrapur railway station here, police said. Muzaffarpur-New Delhi bound Lichchavi express met with accident ...
Uttarakhand Govt. to add more ambulances to emergency call fleet
DEHRA DUN: Encouraged by the excellent response of the 108 emergency medical service over the past 108 days, the Uttarakhand Government will be introducing 15 more ambulances to the fleet of 90 on Monday. Announcing this here on Sunday, ...
Woman found dead in Dehra Dun hotel
Dehra Dun: A woman from Haryana was found dead in a hotel in Tehri district under mysterious circumstances on Sunday, police said here. The 20-year-old woman, whose identity was not known, had checked in the hotel in Manu-ki-Reti ...
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