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Hooda tours Ellenabad
Sirsa: To give a boost to the electoral prospects of the Congress in the Ellenabad Assembly by-election in Haryana, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda toured the constituency to seek vote for his party candidate. Bharat Singh Beniwal ...
4 lakh looted from car
Darbhanga (Bihar): Dacoits looted Rs 4 lakh from a car stationed at a petrol pump here on Saturday, police said. The incidents occurred when four persons travelling in the car parked the vehicle at the petrol pump, locked it and had gone a ...
Police harassing witness, allege rights activists
DANTEWADA (Chhattisgarh): Civil rights activists here alleged over the weekend that the police and the State administration are violating the Supreme Court order regarding safe passage to Delhi for one of the alleged victims of Operation Green ...
Bailable warrant against Jogi’s son
Bilaspur: The Chhattisgarh High Court has issued bailable warrants against 29 persons including Amit Jogi, son of former chief minister Ajit Jogi, in the Jaggi murder case. A two-member Division Bench of the High Court on Thursday ...
SP shifted over custody death
Ranchi: A senior police officer in Jharkhand has been transferred for allegedly shielding the guilty following a death in police custody. Palamau Superintendent of Police Jatin Narwal was transferred and made SP of Special Task Force ...
Farmers oppose acquisition plan in Maharashtra village
Land rich in crops, trees and irrigation sources
Sanjay Dutt resigns from Samajwadi post
Mumbai: Following his mentor Amar Singh, Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt on Saturday night resigned as the general secretary of the Samajwadi Party claiming he was hurt by the treatment meted out to his “elder brother” by certain ...
Core group to implement ban on thin plastics formed
15 NGOs to conduct structured campaign over next 6 months
Free insurance coverage for BPL families planned
PUDUCHERRY: The territorial administration will soon launch a scheme to provide free insurance coverage to persons living below poverty line, Union Minister of State for Planning, Parliamentary Affairs and Culture V. Narayanasamy said here on ...
Puducherry streets see a riot of colour
200 houses participate in kolam competition
Exhibition of products made by women opens
PUDUCHERRY: Vatsalya Mela, an exhibition featuring the products produced by women in the Union Territory was inaugurated on Saturday. The mela, which is going on in Subbulakshmi Mahal, Muthialpet, aims to showcase the talent and skills ...
Veteran freedom fighter dead
Ludhiana: Dewan Jagdish Chander, the first person to be elected an MLA from Ludhiana and freedom fighter, died here on Saturday. PTI ...
Quota issue surfaces ahead of panchayat polls
Gujjar leaders divided over Gehlot decision on recruitment
Gujjar leaders divided over Gehlot’s assurance
Quota issue surfaces on the eve of panchayat elections in Rajasthan
Stowaway now a free man
Jaipur: Stowaway Habib Husain, who hid in a toilet on an Air India Haj charter flight from Saudi Arabia, on Saturday walked free after his release from the Central jail here and said he was happy to be back home. “I am really ...
Dalit labourers rescued from captivity in Bhilwara
JAIPUR: Two families of Dalit labourers, allegedly kept in confinement by their employer in a brick kiln in Bhilwara district’s Piplaj village, have been set free on Saturday thanks to intervention by social activists. ...
Case against BSP men for abduction
Muzaffarnagar: A case has been registered against four BSP activists for allegedly abducting a woman gram pradhan and casting vote in her name during the UP Legislative Council polls in the district on Thursday, police said on Saturday. ...
Cops demoted for filing false case
Kanpur: Three police officers have been demoted to line duty after they were found guilty of filing false cases against two daily-wage labourers accusing them of being criminals. When Tanvir and Khalil were returning from work, they were ...
PURULIA: A three-day Dharma Mahasammelan organised by Ananda Marga Pracharak Samgha at Ananda Nagar here ended this past week. More than 500 delegates from all over the country and abroad attended the sammelan. Renaissance Artists and Writers ...
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