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Rs. 11.70 lakh looted from ICICI ATM
Begusarai (Bihar): Miscreants on Friday looted Rs. 11.70 Lakh from the automated teller machine of ICICI bank at Kapasia chowk in Bihar’s Begusarai district, a month after a similar ATM break-in in the State. Station house ...
Jammu & Kashmir
11 crore for kin of police martyrs
Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir police has sanctioned over Rs. 11.97 crore under various welfare schemes for the families of martyrs of police personnel in the State. “We have sanctioned over Rs 11.97 crore for the families of ...
Pongal pack distribution to cost Puducherry Rs. 1.7 crore: Vaithilingam
Local bodies to get administrative, financial powers in phased manner
Bread and milk employees yet to relent on fast
PUDUCHERRY: The relay hunger strike of the Education Department Bread-Milk Employees’ Association entered the fifth day on Friday. The association has been urging the government to increase their salary and implement schemes such ...
PUDUCHERRY: Lieutenant Governor Govind Singh Gurjar and Chief Minister V. Vaithilingam will inaugurate an international yoga festival here on Sunday. Officials of the Tourism Department said that nearly 1,000 delegates would take part in ...
Mayor to tackle parking woes
Chandigarh: Keeping in view the parking problem faced by the city residents, the Municipal Corporation will explore the possibility of constructing underground parking lots beneath some public parks. “This is just an idea and we ...
Rodrigues calls for social security to slum dwellers
Chandigarh: Expressing concern over poor living condition of slum dwellers, Punjab Governor S.F. Rodrigues on Friday favoured providing social security cover to them. The Governor along with senior officials of the Union Territory ...
UP Power Corporation employees strike work
Lucknow: Work at the Uttar Pradesh power corporation was adversely effected as over 45,000 employees and engineers on Friday stayed away from work in protest against denial of pay revision as per recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission. ...
Six held with 7,200 kg contraband bhang
Lucknow: Six persons were on Friday arrested and nearly 7,200 kg of contraband bhang was seized from them, police said here. They were arrested from IIM road under Madiaon police circle and two trucks and fake papers were recovered from them ...
Uttarakhand to establish helipads for emergencies
Five houses gutted in Darjeeling
Siliguri (WB): Five houses were gutted in a major fire at Kurseong in Darjeeling district rendering 15 families homeless, Kurseong sub-divisional officer Dibyendu Das said on Friday. The fire broke out at around 10 p.m. on Thursday night ...
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