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Six die of dengue in Munger
Munger: Six persons have died of dengue so far in Munger district of Bihar while 518 have tested positive for the disease, official sources said on Wednesday. As many as 518 out of 1,361 people diagnosed with dengue symptoms have tested ...
GRP constable killed
Patna: A Government Railway Police constable was killed and his official rifle looted in a daring attack on a GRP outpost at Fatua railway station near here early on Wednesday morning, ADG (Railway) S. K. Bhardwaj said. Four unidentified ...
Haryana flood situation eases
CHANDIGARH: The flood waters have started flowing back into the Yamuna in Yamunanagard district, a senior official of the Haryana Government said here on Wednesday. The embankment on the left side downstream of Tajewala head works which ...
Centre allocates wheat for Haryana APL families
CHANDIGARH: The Union Government has allocated wheat under the Targeted Public Distribution System for distribution to Above Poverty Line families in Haryana. An official spokesman of the Food and Supplies Department said here on ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Parties differ over autonomy
SRINAGAR: The 39-member all-party delegation reached Jammu and held discussions with political parties, NGOs and civil society. Some members visited the Kashmiri Pandit migrant camps, while a few met the detained separatist leader Shabir ...
Swine flu toll 66 in Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal: With one more person succumbing to swine flu, the death toll due to the disease has risen to 66 in Madhya Pradesh, officials said on Wednesday. amchandra (55) from Ratlam district succumbed to the disease at M. Y. Hospital in ...
Punekars caught in a dilemma over immersion of idols
While one group wanted people to use tanks, the other favoured Mula Mutha
Labour shortage affects paddy harvest
Demand for higher wages, job guarantee scheme cited
“Personal hygiene crucial to prevention of A (H1N1) flu”
Indian Red Cross Society conducts awareness programme
Chance blood test reveals Hepatitis-C in border villages
CHANDIGARH: During a routine blood check mandatory for cataract surgeries being organised as part of a free eye check camp, the doctors were surprised to encounter the threat of an epidemic-like spread of the deadly Hepatitis-C in border ...
Congress alerts its cadres in U.P.
JAIPUR: The Congress has alerted its cadres in Uttar Pradesh to remain vigilant about a possible communal fall-out of the scheduled court verdict on the contentious Ayodhya land issue this coming Friday. The party has asked its leaders to be ...
Exam cancelled; Rajasthan lawyers end stir
JAIPUR: Lawyers in Rajasthan have called off their month-old strike after a full court of the Rajasthan High Court decided to cancel the written examination for direct appointment of Additional District Judges at a meeting here late on Tuesday ...
Rajasthan gets policy initiative award
JAIPUR: Rajasthan has bagged the prestigious “e-governance policy initiative of the year” e-India Award-2010 in recognition of its successful initiative for launching the pregnancy and child tracking health services management ...
U.P. flood situation grim
Notice to 4,812 people
Meerut: As a precautionary measure to prevent a law and order problem after the Ayodhya title suit verdict this Friday, a court here has issued notices to 4,812 people to appear before it, the police said on Wednesday. The police also ...
AMU told to hold back Murshidabad campus
Aligarh: Aligarh Muslim University's move to set up its outstation centres has hit a roadblock with the Union Human Resource Development Ministry directing the University “to hold back” the opening of a centre at Murshidabad in ...
Uttarakhand urges Centre to declare ‘national disaster'
Nishank seeks a package of 21,000 crore; ex-gratia relief doubled
Two teenaged boys drown
Dehra Dun: Two teenaged boys were drowned in a river in Tuntowala area of Patel Nagar here on Wednesday, police said. The incident took place when Divyanshu (12) and Shubham (13) were bathing in the river, they ...
Villagers on the rampage after Maoists kill one
Kolkata: Angry villagers of Radhanagar went on the rampage after suspected Maoists shot dead one person inside a school at Jhargram in West Bengal on Wednesday. Both parents of the victim, Srikanta Mondal, were also shot at when they ...
We welcome Mamata's visit to Darjeeling hills, says GJM
KOLKATA: The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) leadership has welcomed Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee's proposed visit to the Darjeeling hills next week. Its president, Bimal Gurung, will be among those who will call on ...
Census unlikely in over 370 Bengal villages
KOLKATA: With the September 30 deadline for completion of the first phase of Census 2011 drawing near, census operations officials in West Bengal have given up hope of carrying out the exercise in as many as 377 villages in four blocks of the ...
Minor boy kidnapped, murdered
Hardoi: A nine-year-old boy was kidnapped and later murdered allegedly by one of his relatives and three accomplices in Sandila area here, police said on Wednesday. Arshlan, son of Hamid Khan, was kidnapped from his house in Kishan Tola ...
First phase of UID numbers very soon
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