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Six police recruits run over by train
Kanpur: Six police recruits were killed and another was seriously injured after being run over by a train at Bhimsen station here on Friday. Police said the recruits were run over by the Rapti Sagar Express. - ...
Nitish launches first river police station
Patna: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday launched Bihar's first River Patrolling Police Station (RPPS) on the banks of the Ganga in Patna district. The RPPS, near Maujipur village under the Fatuha police station, has been built at a ...
Show respect to MPs and MLAs, Hooda tells babus
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, who is generally regarded as being “soft'' towards the bureaucracy, virtually pulled up senior officers on Friday as part of an exercise to critically examine the functioning of ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Interlocutors hopeful of Hurriyat joining talks
SRINAGAR: The Centre's interlocutors on Jammu & Kashmir are hopeful of the separatist Hurriyat Conference joining the dialogue process. “So far we are satisfied what we have been doing to break the ground on many issues by ...
Directive to hospitals on waste disposal
“They have liberty to enter into agreement with any other agency but should adhere to regulations”
We will soon form government: Anbalagan
PUDUCHERRY: Newly elected leader of the AIADMK Legislature party A. Anbalagan on Friday said his party will shortly form the government in the Union Territory. Criticising president of All India NR Congress and Chief Minister N. ...
Record revenue collection
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government's revenue from both tax and the non-tax sources has registered a jump in 2010-11. The State collected a record revenue of Rs.25,919 crore during 2010-11 which is 37.76 per cent more than that of 2009-10. The ...
Mayawati asks officials to maintain law and order
Lucknow: A day after Congress chief Sonia Gandhi slammed her government on the law and order situation, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Friday directed police and administration officials to keep an eye on local problems and do the ...
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