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  • BJP's two-day national executive meetings to start today

    24 September, 2017 1:29 AM 22

    New Delhi: The two-day national executive meetings of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will commence in Delhi on Sunday. The party's national office bearers, state chiefs and other key organizational leaders will hold discussion over varrious issues on the first day. Resolutions will also be taken during the meeting. The first day has been scheduled to hold discussion

  • Veteran scribe and his mother killed in Mohali

    24 September, 2017 1:06 AM 26

    A veteran journalist and his aged mother were found murdered at their home in Mohali on Saturday. A former news editor with The Indian Express in Chandigarh, Karam Jeet Singh, 66, and his mother Gurcharan Kaur, 89, used to live together, while Singh's sister Yashpal Kaur visited them often. She came to the house around 1 pm on Saturday, to find the two of them lying

  • DU prof accused of derogatory post on Durga

    24 September, 2017 12:08 AM 23

    A section of Delhi University teachers on Saturday filed a police complaint against an assistant professor for allegedly posting a derogatory comment about Goddess Durga on social networking site Facebook. According to the complaint registered at Lodhi Road police station, Kedar Kumar Mandal, an assistant professor at Dayal Singh College, is alleged

  • Development, not votes, our priority: PM Narendra Modi

    23 September, 2017 10:03 PM 32

    SHANSHAHPUR: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the second day of his constituency's visit, said development is his government's prime agenda. Modi, who was at Shanshapur village, 30 km of Varanasi, to inaugurate the Pashu Arogya Mela (cattle health fair), said the BJP, unlike other political parties, does not decide its priorities on the basis of votes

  • West Bengal Government Will Foil Attempts To Divide People, Says Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee

    23 September, 2017 10:02 PM 23

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said that her government would foil any attempt to divide people during the coming religious occasions. Asking people "not to be misled by any conspiracy made by troublemakers", she said, "If there are some Facebook posts, some tweets to spread falsehood and misinformation, please be alert and counter

  • CBI all set to register FIR into Ryan International student's killing

    23 September, 2017 9:13 PM 39

    The CBI has received a notification for taking over the investigation into the killing of Pradhuman, a seven-year-old student of Ryan International School in Gurgaon, and is all set to register an FIR in the matter. The CBI has received a notification for taking over the investigation into the killing of Pradhuman, a seven-year-old student of Ryan International

  • Violence rocks BHU campus as students, police clash

    23 September, 2017 9:04 PM 51

    VARANASI: Violence erupted on Banaras Hindu University (BHU) campus on Saturday, hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi left Varanasi after his two-day visit to his constituency, when students from boys' hostels indulged in hurling stones and petrol bombs, targeting the police and paramilitary forces on VC Lodge Road on campus late on Saturday evening

  • Indian sends 1,000 tonnes relief material for Rohingyas

    23 September, 2017 7:02 PM 30

    New Delhi: India on Saturday despatched around 1,000 tonnes of relief material, which can cater for around 62,000 families, for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, an official statement said. The material was loaded on Indian Naval Ship Gharial, which will deliver it to Chittagong in Bangladesh where thousands of Rohinya refugees have come in from Myanmar

  • Moderate rush on third day of Dasara at Durga temple

    23 September, 2017 6:32 PM 17

    At a point, police, security people outnumber devotees The temple of Goddess Kanaka Durga on Indrakeeladri witnessed moderate rush on Saturday, two days after the beginning of Navaratri festivities, with thousands of devotees offering prayers. On the third day of the festivities, the presiding deity appeared as Sri Gayatri Devi. The temple priests performed

  • Record inflows into Srisailam reservoir

    23 September, 2017 6:17 PM 17

    To brim to capacity, it needs another 94 tmcft of water The inflows into the Srisailam reservoir have crossed the 1.5 lakh cusecs mark for the first time this season. The water level in the reservoir, which fell to the rock bottom level of 782.3 ft, steadily increased to 864.8 ft with an inflow of 1,40,887 cusecs recorded on Saturday. The inflows peaked