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Bihar Assembly adjourned over lathicharge on LJP activists
LJP to move Privilege Motion on Monday for the “attack”
BSF jawan shot dead
Jehanabad (Bihar): A BSF jawan was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in Bihar’s Jehanabad district, police said. Ravindra Kumar, who was posted in Mizoram and had come to his ancestral Uber village in the district on leave, was ...
Green energy fund planned
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Friday announced to institute awards for promotion of ‘energy conservation buildings’ and setting up of green energy and energy conservation fund. Speaking on the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
One killed, 35 injured in bus accident
Kathua (J&K): One person was on Friday killed and 35 others injured when a passenger bus skidded off the road and rolled down into a gorge at Dam Site, 120 km from Jammu, in Kathua district, police said here. The accident occurred ...
Five injured in militant attack
Srinagar: Four Central Reserve Police Force jawans were among the five persons injured when militants hurled a grenade at their bunker in Sopore area of Baramulla district on Friday. Official sources said the militants lobbed the ...
Supreme Court upholds High Court order on canal projects
BHOPAL: The Supreme Court has declined to grant a stay on the indefinite status quo order of the Madhya Pradesh High Court on land acquisition and excavation for the Indira Sagar and Omkareshwar canal projects. The High Court order of ...
IIM professor found dead at home on campus
BHOPAL: A professor of the Indian Institute of Management, Indore, was found dead in a pool of blood at her house on the campus on Friday. The police said Amrita Panchauli, 32, who hailed from Udaipur, Rajasthan, used to teach ...
Ban on plastics takes effect from December 9
Notification on government website
Tamil-II examination cancelled
PUDUCHERRY: The Directorate of School Education cancelled the Tamil paper-II examination for Class XI students of government schools on Friday after wrong question papers were distributed to the students. Officials of the Directorate ...
Iqbal Singh felicitated
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry government organised a function to felicitate Lieutenant Governor Iqbal Singh for being conferred Degree of Doctor of Letters by Andhra University. Chief Minister V. Vaithilingam, Deputy Speaker A.V. ...
Women and Children Hospital in March
PUDUCHERRY: The Women and Children Hospital at Ellaipillaichavady will be inaugurated in March, Home Minister E. Valsaraj, who also holds the Health portfolio, said on Friday. A release from the office of the Minister said construction ...
Seminar on pre-school curriculum held
PUDUCHERRY: The School of Education of Pondicherry University recently conducted a seminar on “Transacting Pre-School Curriculum.” Vice-chancellor of the university J.A.K. Tareen, who inaugurated the seminar, highlighted the ...
PUDUCHERRY: Power supply will be suspended in the following areas between 9.30 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. on Saturday: Mudaliarpet (entire area), JVS Nagar, part of Cuddalore Road, Point Care Street, Kombakkam (Chetty Kalam), Vayalveli, Om Sakthi ...
BSNL mobile station base opened
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister V. Vaithilingam on Friday inaugurated the BSNL mobile station base at Madukarai.
Gallery on Gayatri Devi at Jaipur jewellery show
JAIPUR: Apart from the precious stones which anyway are the highlights of a jewellery exhibition this year’s Jaipur Jewellery Show(JJS), starting on Saturday here, will showcase an exquisite personality—former Queen Mother of ...
Dharna by sugarcane farmers called off
U.P. government accepts some of the demands
Robbers loot Rs.2.5 lakh in daylight
Aligarh: Two motorcycle-borne robbers here allegedly looted Rs.2.5 lakh from a New Delhi-based officer in broad daylight, police said on Friday. The officer was on his way here from New Delhi and was carrying cash for distributing ...
Telangana is inevitable, says Bardhan
Govt. calls tripartite meet to end jute strike
KOLKATA: To resolve the stalemate caused by the indefinite jute strike in West Bengal since Monday, the State government has called a tripartite meeting on Saturday, resuming the reconciliatory process. The chairman of the Indian Jute ...
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