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Japanese tourist raped in Bihar
Was on her way to Gaya railway station; auto-rickshaw driver among the culprits
52 IPS officers shifted in Bihar
Patna: In a major reshuffle, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has shifted as many as 52 IPS officers, including Superintendents of Police of 20 of the 38 districts in the State. Besides, an officer of the director general rank, two ...
Probe ordered into destruction of brick stupa
Corruption will be dealt firmly: Hooda
PALWAL: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Saturday asserted that his regime, now in its second successive term, would tackle corruption with a firm hand. Talking to media persons after launching ‘Karyakarta Milan' ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Big B to forego fee for film with actor Mohanlal
‘A great exponent of his art and craft…one of the finest'
Co-op societies under PONLAIT told to submit documents
“Present details of procurement, expenditure and employees' salary within a week”
Power generation using cow dung planned
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry Co-operative Milk Producers' Union (PONLAIT) has submitted a project report for generating power using cow dung. According to an official of PONLAIT, there are 30,000 cows in Puducherry and 450 tonnes of cow ...
Traffic arrangements for Thirukalyana utsavom
PUDUCHERRY: The traffic police have earmarked spaces for parking vehicles for people attending the ‘Srinivasa Thirukalyana Utsavom' at the Lawspet helipad on Sunday. Two-wheeler users should ply via the Lawspet outpost police ...
Gujjar, Gehlot Govt. begin talks
JAIPUR: A day after High Court asked the agitating Gujjar community to keep restraint; day-long consultations were held in the capital on Saturday between the Gujjar leader Kirori Singh Bainsla and the State Government representatives. After ...
Jaipur Foot helps many Sri Lankans to walk
Rooftop water harvesting in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has made the construction of rooftop water harvesting structures mandatory in buildings erected on plots measuring 300 square metres or more in the urban areas of the State. The water connections to such ...
Protests over water, power crisis
DEHRA DUN: Congress activists burnt effigies of the BJP Government at various places including Rudrapur, Vikasnagar, Gopeshwar, Pauri, Rishikesh and Tehri over the weekend demanding an early solution to the water and power crisis and the issue ...
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