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Thermal power station facing fuel crisis
Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh’s biggest 1340 mega watt thermal power generation station based at Birsinghpur is facing fuel crisis with a coal stock of just 10,000 metric tonnes to generate power against its daily need of around 15,000-16,000 ...
Sun Temple under knee-deep water
Bhubaneswar: The Sun Temple at Konark, a World Heritage site 60 km from here, was knee-deep in water on Monday following torrential rains triggered by low pressure, threatening the structure and inconveniencing tourists. Visitors to ...
Finance firm depositors’ wait for justice continues
Around 6,000 from Puducherry alone deposited Rs.57 crore
Rainbow Nagar brims with water woes
PUDUCHERRY: Residents of the Rainbow Nagar area are facing an acute water problem. They say that water flow is very poor and that it is unfit for drinking. “There is no continuous flow from taps. Even when water is available, ...
Uproar over rejection of pension for Emergency prisoners
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government’s recent decision to shelve a controversial scheme initiated by the previous BJP regime for pension to those detained during the Emergency in 1975 led to acrimonious scenes in the State Assembly on ...
Court notices to Varun, Rajnath
Allahabad: The Allahabad High Court on Monday issued notices to five Lok Sabha members from Uttar Pradesh, including BJP MP Varun Gandhi and party’s president Rajnath Singh, on separate petitions challenging their election to ...
Violence flares up again in Lalgarh
KOLKATA: Fresh trouble broke out in the Lalgarh area of West Bengal’s Paschim Medinipur district on Monday when security forces used batons and tear-gas to disperse demonstrators who, defying prohibitory orders under Section 144 Cr PC, ...
GJM resumes bandh after 10-hour relaxation
‘Pranab’s remark makes no difference to us’
‘Bandhs only as a last resort’
KOLKATA: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee said here on Monday that roadblocks and bandhs should not be called at the slightest of pretexts as they cause inconvenience to the public. Her remarks came only three days after her ...
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