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Train looted, passenger killed in Bihar
Patna: A railway employee was killed and ten others injured when armed robbers looted cash and valuables from passengers of 507 EMU Jhajha-Patna local train in Bihar’s Jamui district, the police said on Sunday. Armed criminals ...
Ex-ward councillor shot dead
Ara: Two unidentified gunmen on Sunday shot dead a former ward councillor of Ara Municipal Corporation and injured his brother near Bhaluhipur bridge in Bihar’s Bhojpur district, police said. Deputy SP Rajesh Tripathi said that ...
BJP against Haryana’s publicity drive
Chandigarh: Taking strong exception to the ad campaign launched by Haryana Government, the BJP on Sunday asked the Election Commission to announce dates for State Assembly polls so that model code of conduct stops the publicity activities and ...
Right to Food Act a gimmick: Karat
“UPA Govt. wants to extend futures trading to foodgrains”
Anti-ragging panels set up
In all the four regions of Union Territory
EPFO ‘adalat’ planned
PUDUCHERRY: The Regional Provident Fund Commissioner of Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation, Sub-Regional Office of Puducherry, is conducting ‘Bhavishya Nidhi Adalat’ between 10.30 a.m. and 1 p.m. on September 10. ...
Resources inadequate to manage epileptics, says expert
Pondicherry Association of Neuroscientists conducts CME
All about gender equality
Special agricultural zone status sought for Punjab
The State is major contributor of wheat, rice to national pool
Relief for power-starved industrial units
JAIPUR: The three public sector power distribution companies in Rajasthan has decided to provide relief to industrial units in the State by restoring electricity supply to them following an improvement in the power availability. The ...
Smart cards for easy payment of wages in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: Sriganganagar has become the first district in Rajasthan to issue smart cards to the labourers engaged in the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) for payment of their wages without requiring them to come to the ...
UP Board to implement revised curriculum
Aimed at reducing burden on students
Nepalese citizen held with fake currency
Bahraich (UP): A Nepalese man allegedly running a cross-border fake Indian currency racket has been arrested near the Indo-Nepal border here, police said. “Vikki Manihar was arrested on Saturday evening from Rupaidiah town on ...
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