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‘Maoists wanted to loot weapons'
Patna: Four Bihar Military Police personnel were killed in an ambush by activists of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) in Aurangabad district on Monday. According to police sources, the incident took place in the afternoon when a ...
Remain vigilant, Minister tells Mirchpur families
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Social Justice, Empowerment, Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Minister and chairperson of the Haryana Congress Party SC, ST and BC cell Geeta Bhukkal on Tuesday described the Mirchpur village incident as ...
Railway team to visit Rohtak
CHANDIGARH: A Northern Railway team will visit Rohtak in Haryana to explore the possibility of having an alternate arrangement to a railway crossing situated below the double railway crossing over-bridge. This assurance was given by the ...
Boring for Rohtang tunnel project to start in June
Shimla: Work on the construction of the vital Rohtang tunnel, which will provide all-weather road connectivity to tribal Lahaul and Spiti district, will start in June, a top Border Roads Organisation official said on Tuesday. “The ...
Renovation of building at GH over
It will help in preventing rusting out of sea breeze, says junior engineer
Ariankuppam bridge construction resumes
New bridge to replace 122-year-old structure should be ready by March 2011
Road works begin
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister V. Vaithilingam presided over a ‘bhoomi pooja' for improvement works on the road from Madagadipet to Kariyamanikkam. A release said that the works are being undertaken at a cost of Rs. 2 crore, with ...
More power from Central grid sought
PUDUCHERRY: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has urged the government to obtain additional power from the Central grid to tackle shortage in Puducherry. There were frequent power cuts in the last two years and no steps were being ...
Welfare officers on mass casual leave
PUDUCHERRY: Welfare officers working in the Departments of Social Welfare, Adi Dravidar Welfare and Women and Child Development are on mass casual leave from Monday demanding promotions and filling of vacant posts. General secretary of ...
Bus from Jalandhar to Delhi airport flagged off
Jalandhar: The first Punjab Roadways air-conditioned bus to and from Delhi airport was flagged off here on Tuesday. State Transport Minister Master Mohanlal flagged off the bus with 45 passengers on board. According to the minister, this ...
Gehlot cuts short Jaisalmer visit, warns Gujjars
‘Rajasthan move a violation of Supreme Court order'
Court orders status quo on Lucknow green belt
Next hearing in the case on July 14
Court gives divergent verdicts on B.Ed. test
Lucknow/Allahabad: Two separate benches of the Allahabad High Court on Tuesday gave divergent verdicts on allowing those having less than 50 per cent marks in graduation or post-graduation to appear at the B.Ed. entrance examination scheduled ...
Koli held guilty in second Nithari case
Ghaziabad: A special CBI court on Tuesday held businessman Moninder Singh Pandher's domestic help Surender Koli guilty of rape and murder of seven-year-old Arti in the second of the 19 cases of sensational Nithari killings. Special ...
Hailstorm lashes UP, six killed
Lucknow: At least six people were killed and six injured when a hailstorm coupled with lightning hit parts of Uttar Pradesh on Monday evening, officials said on Tuesday. Two children and two women were killed in Bahraich district of ...
RPF to set up its first commando training unit
Coming up at Canning in West Bengal's South 24 Parganas district
Two killed as BSF constable fires on mob
Kolkata: A one-and-a-half-year-old child and a woman were killed near the Indo-Bangladesh border in West Bengal's Cooch Behar district on Tuesday when a Border Security Force constable opened fire on a mob that had attacked a BSF outpost over ...
IGNOU to provide free education to sex workers
Justice Sen files reply
KOLKATA: Justice Soumitra Sen of the Calcutta High Court has denied all charges of financial irregularities in a reply to the committee appointed by the Rajya Sabha to look into impeachment proceedings against him, sources said here on ...
CISF may guard explosive depots of coal companies
Kolkata: In the wake of renewed security threats in several parts of the country and the growing Maoist menace in the eastern states, Coal India Ltd, the world's single largest coal producer and the country's largest user of explosives, is ...
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