Date wise Archive

PM has 'grown old'; state will get a govt of youth: Rahul
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today made an impassioned plea to voters to defeat SP-Congress combine and BSP, blaming these parties for the plight of Uttar Pradesh, as he wrapped up his hectic campaign for Assembly polls.

Babri case
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The Supreme Court today kept its options open on examining the dropping of conspiracy charge against accused like L K Advani, M M Joshi and Uma Bharti in the demolition of the disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri structure in Ayodhya in 1992.

No ID proof needed for KMC school students, says Mayor
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Trinamool Congress (TMC) took out a procession here today protesting against the Centre's 'anti-people policies' and the decision to link Aadhar card to the mid-day meal programme in schools.

Kolkata

West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee today requested the Centre to take up the recent incidents of attacks on Indians in the United States at the highest level to ensure that such incidents are not repeated.

NEW DELHI

Parleys between India and Pakistan on various aspects of the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) will be held in Lahore on March 20 and March 21.

Sanjay Roy's death
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The five-member committee that was formed by the state government to probe into the death of Sanjay Roy of Dankuni following alleged negligence of Apollo Hospital, has found the hospital indulging in negligence and also pressuring the family of Roy for paying money to the hospital that was not due to them.

NEW DELHI

Pakistan's former top security officer Mahmud Ali Durrani today said the 26/11 Mumbai strike was a "classic example" of cross-border terrorism, carried out by a Pak-based group and hoped that its chief Hafiz Saeed is punished.

Melbourne

An Indian national in New Zealand was assaulted, subjected to a racist tirade and told to go back to his own country during a road rage incident in Auckland, a media report said today.

Kolkata

Charu Chandra College in southern part of the city today witnessed major clash between two factions of the Trinamool Congress Chhatra Parishad (TMCP). The clash took place at a time when the examination for Second Year of Graduation Course was going on.

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KURMA RAO

One of the most remotest territories of this archipelago is a sorry tale of  how the human race in today’s era is forced to live without basic amenities. The human settlement at Hanspuri in the North Andaman region till date lacks basic facilities like roads, proper drinking water, power etc, which are considered taken for granted these days.

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M SURESH KUMAR

Acting swiftly on the report published by EOI in a recent edition, the Port Blair Municipal Council has initiated steps to relieve residents from the prevailing insanitary conditions owing to overflowing sewage on the main road.

Port Blair

To encourage and boost the morale of  the personnel of A&N Police including Fire Service, Police Marine Force, Police Radio Organization and India Reserve Battalion (IRBn), the Police department has instituted “DGP’S Insignia for Excellence”.

Port Blair

The Assistant Commissioner, Campbell Bay, Dr Mohd Rehan Raza and his team undertook a challenging  journey to reach Indira Point from the Breakwater Jetty, Campbell Bay onboard Indian Coast Guard Ship, Charlie Class-414 at 7.40 am on March 5.

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Mumbai visitor dies