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Four killed, seven injured in accident
Kishanganj (Bihar): Four persons were killed and seven others injured when an overcrowded bus hit a roadside tree in Bihar’s Kishanganj district on Tuesday, the police said. The bus, on its way to Bahadurganj from here, met with ...
Inspector found dead
Sonepat: An inspector of Narcotics Cell of Delhi Police was found dead outside a factory in Kundli village along the Haryana-Delhi border, about 25 km from here, police said on Tuesday. Inspector Vikram Chaudhary was found dead near an ...
Jammu & Kashmir
31 pilgrims injured on way to Vaishodevi
Jammu: Thirty one pilgrims were on Tuesday injured when a bus they were travelling in fell into a gorge after being hit by another bus near Nagrota, about 13 kms from here, in Jammu and Kashmir. According to the police, the bus ...
Two Tibetan refugees killed in blast
Srinagar: Two Tibetan refugees, Ishy Dolma and Tashi Tundup, were on Tuesday killed and another critically injured in a blast near Mahy army firing range in Leh district of frontier Ladakh region, police said. Officials said it is ...
Major political parties to go it alone in Jharkhand elections
A setback for parties like Janata Dal (United) and the Congress
Mizo journalist dead
Aizawl: Mr. Zaithankhuma Khiangte, editor of a local vernacular daily Khawpui Aw, died here on Monday night due to stomach cancer, his family said. Mr. Khiangte was 51 and is survived by his wife and four children. He was one of ...
Steps taken to improve Board examination results
Subject-wise performance of government schools assessed
German industries plan fresh investments across Tamil Nadu
PUDUCHERRY: German industrial majors including Siemens, BMW and Mercedes Benz have ambitious plans to invest in Tamil Nadu in the next few years, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany Hans B. Sauerteig said here on ...
Now, virtual reality gallery in Science City
Developed by the City’s own scientists and designed for education and entertainment
‘Project Arrow’ in Punjab
Chandigarh: In its effort to provide quality service to customers and congenial atmosphere to its employees, the postal department has completely revamped the city’s General Post Office (GPO) by launching ‘Project ...
Activist demands separate category for Dalit women
Eight effluent treatment plants to reopen in Bhilwara
JAIPUR: Eight process houses in the textile town of Bhilwara in Rajasthan will start again. The units will have to deposit a security of Rs.15 lakh and strictly adhere to the conditions and parameters laid down for pollution control within ...
Man chops off tongue to please goddess
Allahabad: In a bizarre display of devotional fervour, a man chopped off his tongue at a temple of Goddess Durga here “to appease the deity”. The incident took place in Transport Nagar on the outskirts of the city on Monday ...
Jadavpur University expels three for ragging
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