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Maoists blow up rail tracks
Normal life affected during ‘Bharat Bandh’ call
Trouble erupts over SEZ in Haryana village
CHANDIGARH: The Gurgaon police have registered three FIRs against miscreants who damaged two JCB machines and blocked the road late on Tuesday night to protest against Reliance’s taking over possession of land at Harsaru village to ...
Plot allotment policy revised
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has decided to revise its policy on allotment of plots for construction of shops to old licensees of category (ii), that is the “katcha arhityas” (commission agents) and also decided to relax the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Amid protests, an oasis for Amarnath pilgrims in Valley
Srinagar: The Amarnath pilgrims who passed through the Kashmir Valley in the past 10 days will remember it not for the violent protests on the land transfer row but for the warm hospitality of the Muslims. Although hotels and eateries ...
Teachers told to stop corporal punishments
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir Government on Wednesday directed teachers in the State to stop giving corporal punishments to students. Director School Education Mohammad Rafi in a circular said teachers should not award corporal ...
Support for Bharat bandh
BHOPAL: Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal activists on Wednesday drove in procession through the State capital to mobilise public support for VHP’s call for a “Bharat bandh” on ...
Train mishap averted
Bhopal: A major train accident was averted on Wednesday between Habibganj and Bhopal railway stations when the driver of Chennai-Lucknow Express applied emergency brakes after spotting a large piece of rock on the tracks under the Chetak ...
Applications for engineering up
Marginal dip in applications for medicine
Banks waive loans to the tune of Rs 44.35 crore
PUDUCHERRY: Agriculture and Power Minister V. Vaithilingam on Wednesday said as many as 24,144 small and marginal farmers in the Union Territory had benefited under the Central government’s Debt Waiver and Relief Scheme. The scheduled ...
Fuel supply normal in Puducherry
PUDUCHERRY: After two days of rush, the supply of petrol and diesel turned normal on Wednesday in several petrol bunks across the town. According to Secretary of United Regional Puducherry Petrol Dealers’ Association L. Periasamy, ...
Students need not panic about Class XI admissions
PUDUCHERRY: Education Minister M.O.H.F. Shahjahan on Wednesday said the department was taking steps to introduce new subjects and increase the number of seats for Class XI in government higher secondary schools. There was no need for students ...
PUDUCHERRY: There will be no power supply on Thursday from 10.00 a.m to 1.30 p.m at Anna Nagar, Nellithope, part of Marimalai Adigal Salai, Periyar Nagar, Raja Nagar, Doctor’s Colony, Thiruvalluvar Salai, Sathani Street, Lenin Street, ...
Bandh called off
PUDUCHERRY: The bandh called by the National Students Union of India on Thursday has been called off. According to a release here, the decision to call off the bandh was taken after the Lieutenant Governor and Chief Minister assured to ...
Badal backs truckers
CHANDIGARH: Extending his support to their agitation, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has appealed to the Union Government to accept the demands of the All India Motor Transport Congress and negotiate the taxation regime to control ...
Rajasthan Muslim doctor kept in ‘illegal detention’, released
He was picked up in connection with the Jaipur blasts
Revised voters’ list for Rajasthan on August 30
Mayawati gets support of Muslims
CM told to use her influence to prevent deal
Two children die in house collapse
Fatehpur: Two children were killed and six others seriously injured, when their house collapsed early morning on Wednesday following heavy rain in Manauti village here, official sources said. The family was sleeping when the house ...
Seven killed, 22 injured in accident
Dehra Dun: Seven persons were killed and 22 injured when the bus carrying them fell into the Ganga near Nakhuridunda in Uttarkashi district on Wednesday. The number of passengers travelling by the bus from Gangotri to Rishikesh was ...
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