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Anantnag

A day after 8 young men, including teenaged protesters, were killed in election-day violence in Srinagar, the Kashmir valley remains in ferment and turbulence threatens to spill over to Anantnag, the Lok Sabha seat where by-poll is two days away.

NEW DELHI

The National Human Rights Commission today issued notice to the Gautam Budh Nagar administration over allegations that few locals have been "falsely implicated" in the case on assault on African nationals.

Chennai

AIADMK deputy general secretary T T V Dinakaran today alleged that the Income Tax department and Election Commission were working in tandem with political rivals to decimate his party.

NEW DELHI

Farmers of around 40 villages of western Maharashtra and Marathwada have resolved to go on a strike by not going to their farms from June 1 to press for their demands, including farm loan waiver, Lok Sabha MP Raju Shetti said today.

NEW DELHI

The Students Federation of India (SFI) today moved the Delhi High Court against the University Grants Commission's (UGC) regulations on the eligibility and manner of admission to MPhil and PhD courses in the country.

Chandigarh

Shiromani Akali Dal president Sukhbir Singh Badal today "thanked" the Legislative assembly of Ontario in Canada for recognising the anti-Sikh riots in 1984 as "genocide"."We are grateful to the authorities and people of Ontario for this very touching gesture of compas

Patna

Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar today lamented an environment of intolerance and confrontation prevailing in the country today and called for countering it through a broad-based national agenda based on Gandhian values.

Bhubaneswar

The ruling BJD today sought President Pranab Mukherjee's intervention for restoration of kerosene quota to Odisha to meet the people's requirement.

Bhadrak

Curfew was relaxed for six hours here today even as social media platforms remained blocked in the area and probe stepped up against rumormongers and into alleged abusive remarks on Hindu deities that triggered violence in the town.

Patna

Senior Bihar BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi today dared chief minister Nitish Kumar to take action against RJD chief Lalu Prasad's family for misusing his name and the address of the chief minister's official residence in the alleged benami property scam.

Patna

A vigilance court today ordered confiscation of movable and immovable assets worth Rs 22.81 lakh of former deputy excise commissioner and ex-BJP MLA Sonelal Hembram.

Kolkata

West Bengal education minister Partha Chatterjee today asked rival factions of Trinamool Congress (TMCP) students' wing to sink differences and work together.

Aizawl

The fourth round of peace talks between Mizoram government and the Hmar People's Convention (Democratic) militants is scheduled to be held on April 21, a senior state home department official said today.

Bhagalpur

A toddler died of burns, four others suffered burns and 106 houses were gutted in separate incidents in Bhagalpur district of Bihar today.

Kahalgaon

Officials and staff members of the Kahalgaon Super Thermal Power Station (KhSTPS) of NTPC Limited, organised a blood donation camp at KhSTPS in association with 'Mayukh', a social and cultural unit at Jeevan Jyoti Hospital on Sunday, April 9.

Durgapur

Durgapur Steel Plant (DSP) today joined the nation in commemorating the Champaran Movement (1917-18). To mark the occasion, a walk was organised in the DSP steel township and also in the Kantaberia Village – a model steel village developed under DSP’s CSR scheme.

Kolkata

IPCL observed the 46th annual National Safety Week from March 4 to 10, 2017 in its license area of Asansol at SPS, LRS and J K Nagar.

Park Street declared 'Best maintained Metro station’
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Agencies

The 62nd Railway Week of Metro Railway, Kolkata was today observed at Belgachia Auditorium of  Metro Railway.

APATHY EVEN FOR THE DEAD
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V SENTHIL KUMAR

Grieving relatives after the trauma of loss of a loved one are forced to face anxious hours to perform final rites owing to lack of basic facilities at the Hindu graveyard in Rangat, Middle Andaman.

Report by: 
M SURESH KUMAR

Leaders cutting across political lines observed the 78th birth anniversary of Late Manoranjan Bhakta, the longest serving Member of Parliament from the Andaman and Nicobar Parliamentary Constituency on Monday.

Report by: 
M SURESH KUMAR

A fire mishap gutted a stationery shop at Bhatu Basti in the wee hours on Monday. According to reports, the fire was reported at around 1 am in the shop of one, Mr Devindran. Fire fighters rushed to the spot and brought the fire under control preventing a major mishap in the region.

Port Blair

The Officiating Chairperson, A&N UTCPCR Smt. Kiran Tigga and Member, A&N UTCPCR Smt.

Port Blair

The Directorate of Prohibition, A&N Administration in collaboration with Gayatri Pariwar Trust organized an awareness programme on “Ill effects of Alcoholism and Substance (Drugs) Abuse” at Kendriya Vidyalaya No.II, Port Blair.

Port Blair

The A&N Administration has re-fixed the rate of PDS SKO (kerosene Oil) for the entire Union Territory of A&N Islands. Accordingly, the retail selling price of SKO per litre has been fixed at Rs.22.40 and the wholesale price per litre at Rs. 21.05.

Port Blair

The Chairperson, Councilors, Secretary and staff of Port Blair Municipal Council have deeply mourned the sudden demise of Mr Abdul Saleem, Sr. Sanitary Inspector PBMC. He passed away on Monday after serving the Council for more than 40 years.

Port Blair

The Principal, staff and students of GSSS Oralkatcha have congratulated Abhishek Horo, student of Class IX student of GSSS Oral Katcha for winning the first prizes in the Mini Marathon held at Rangat on Sunday.  Abhishek Horo was awarded cash purse of Rs 3000/- by the

Port Blair

The President, Pradesh Congress Committee, A & N Islands, Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma and other leaders of the party have mourned the untimely demise of Mr Abdul Saleem, S/o Late Abdul Jaleel, Senior Sanitary Inspector of Municipal Council.

Port Blair

The Member of Parliament, Mr Bishnu Pada Ray has urged for Minister of Ayush, Govt. of India, New Delhi to consider opening additional seven numbers of 50 bedded Ayush Hospitals in A & N Islands under the Centrally Sponsored scheme of National Ayush Mission.

Port Blair

Organic farming advocates growing of crops and animals without man-made chemicals and using production strategies that consider a holistic, systems-based management approach that gives healthier food to eat and safer environment to live in.   Keeping in mind the impor

Port Blair

The Jan Kranti Party (JKP) has demanded 15% reservation for local born islanders.

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