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Red alert sounded in Assam district
Guwahati: A red alert was sounded in Upper Assam’s Lakhimpur district as an embankment was washed away by the mighty Brahmaputra river inundating a large number of villages, official sources said on Thursday. The 100-metre ...
Haryana CPI (M) asks for rollback of prices hike
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana State Secretariat of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has criticised the steep increase in the prices of petrol and diesel by the Union Government. In a statement, Haryana CPI (M) secretary Inderjit Singh ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Police vehicle torched
Srinagar: A police vehicle was torched by agitated people in Pulwama town of south Kashmir after it injured two boys 32 kms from here on Thursday morning. The boys were injured when the vehicle, after filling fuel, made a hasty retreat ...
Another batch leaves for Amarnath
Srinagar: A fresh batch of over 5,000 pilgrims on Thursday began their trek to the Amarnath cave shrine situated 3,880 metre high in the South Kashmir Himalayas. While a batch of 3,467 devotees left from Baltal base camp in Ganderbal ...
Tribal university students still in makeshift buildings
BHOPAL: Students of the Indira Gandhi National Tribal University are still in makeshift buildings, as the Madhya Pradesh government is yet to allot land for a permanent campus. The university was set up after an Act was passed ...
Shiney Ahuja’s judicial custody extended
Mumbai: A local court on Thursday extended the judicial custody of actor Shiney Ahuja, held on charges of raping his domestic help, till July 16, even as the actor informed he was not keeping well. “I am not well but even then I ...
Punia is new Manipur Chief Secretary
Imphal: D. S. Punia, a 1978 batch IAS officer, is the new Manipur Chief Secretary, official sources said on Thursday. Sources said Mr. Punia, a former additional chief secretary, assumed his new office on Wednesday, replacing Chief ...
Re. 1 fare scheme for students in all buses
“Orders will be issued to upgrade Government Girls High School, Kalapet”
Drive to vet, collect data on domestic help
SHOs, beat officers are collecting personal details: DGP
German students coming to Puducherry
PUDUCHERRY: A group of school students from Germany along their family members will be here in a month or two. This follows a cultural exchange trip of 20 tsunami-affected students from Government Girls High School, Kalapet, to Germany ...
Plea on lecturers’ service
PUDUCHERRY: The Government Arts and Science College Teachers’ Welfare Association has demanded recognition of regular service with retrospective effect for all lecturers who were regularised through the Union Public Service Examination ...
“Revise recruitment rules”
PUDUCHERRY: The Unemployed B.Ed. Graduate Teachers’ Welfare Association has demanded immediate revision of recruitment rules of teachers to facilitate direct appointment of those who had completed B.Ed to teaching posts at high and ...
PUDUCHERRY: The territorial police have arrested a resident of Villupuram and recovered four stolen motorbikes. Sashi Kumar, a resident of Kappur, was arrested during a vehicle-check. Investigation revealed that he had stolen motorbikes from ...
PUDUCHERRY: The Association of Radio and Television Engineering Employees recently held a programme to distribute financial assistance to two children to meet their educational needs from primary class to Plus-Two and medical assistance to six ...
Delay in prospect for police posts
PUDUCHERRY: The Union government has sought certain clarifications from the territorial administration regarding a proposal to create 450 additional posts in the Police Department. Now the Department has to re-draft the proposal, which was ...
Youth Congress election on July 12
PUDUCHERRY: Youth Congress election to appoint functionaries at the village panchayat and municipal ward levels will be held on July 12. Nomination forms are available at the PCC office at No. 169, Vysial ...
Akal Takht, SGPC condemn judgment on homosexuality
Chandigarh: The Akal Takht, the highest temporal body of the Sikhs, and the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) that manages key Sikh shrines, on Thursday disapproved of the Delhi High Court judgement which legalised gay sex among ...
Buddhadeb to take final call on enforcing UAPA
KOLKATA: Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee will be taking the final call with regards to enforcing in West Bengal the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act under which the Communist Party of India (Maoist) has been deemed a banned ...
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