Date wise Archive

Krishnagar

Standing wheat of about 400 hectare were being cut and burnt in two blocks of Nadia district after a suspected fungal infection affected the crop, a senior district agriculture official said today.

Chapra

A senior district leader of ruling JD-U was arrested on Saturday on the charge of assaulting a television journalist in the wake of a raid at an eatery in his name from where liquor was found.

Hajipur

Unidentified armed miscreants today shot dead a grocery merchant and his staff at Jagdamba Asthan near Gudri Bazar within the limits of Town police station in Bihar's Vaishali district.

Report by: 
V SENTHIL KUMAR

Another instance of brazen misuse of taxpayers’ money has come to fore from the Middle Andaman region. It’s now more than five years that a Panchayat building here along with some public facilities have been left deserted.

Report by: 
TABASSUM

Woman succumbs to burn injuries

Port Blair

In a first, the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) and Gujarat Forest Department will begin the first ever joint survey to ascertain the exact population of dugongs in the country soon.

Port Blair

The Clearance Diving Unit on the Andaman and Nicobar Command treated Mr. B Sunil, aged 50 yrs for decompression sickness.

Port Blair

The Honda City 2017, which  Honda Car India had launched yesterday amid unprecedented fanfare on Saturday in its showroom at Dollygunj here, is a sedan that has many new features that the buyers will not find in other cars of the same price range.

The Nationalist versus Leftist debate is degenerating into calls for violence and murder. A student of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, received rape and death threats because she had dared to say that her father was the victim of the Kargil war. She was forced to leave the university and return to her home in Punjab after a public statement saying that she was withdrawing from all protest movements. Now the JNU and the Delhi University have turned into battle grounds for the ABVP and the Left students, the former declaring a war on the latter.

Author: 
Pradeep Kapoor

Mandal and Kamandal cards (caste and communal) are being aggressively played by political parties in remaining 89 assembly seats of eastern UP. Stakes are very high for senior politicians like PM Narendra Modi, Mayawati of BSP and SP-Congress alliance by chief minister Akhilesh Yadav and Rahul Gandhi. Never before in independent India, any prime minister devoted so much so time in any assembly polls as PM Modi is doing in UP.

Author: 
S Sudhakar Reddy

Trumpism is at its height spewing racist venom! Already a newly married young Indian engineer had fallen victim while his colleague, also a personal friend, has been hospitalised gravely injured. The entire world including Americans and his US colleague who knew the victim were shocked at the sudden turn of events and extended full support to the victim’s family. However, the White House, the seat of US power and headquarters of Trumpism, is yet to react and condemn the racist killing.

The Nationalist versus Leftist debate is degenerating into calls for violence and murder. A student of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, received rape and death threats because she had dared to say that her father was the victim of the Kargil war. She was forced to leave the university and return to her home in Punjab after a public statement saying that she was withdrawing from all protest movements. Now the JNU and the Delhi University have turned into battle grounds for the ABVP and the Left students, the former declaring a war on the latter.

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