Date wise Archive

Beijing

China today welcomed India and Pakistan's decision to observe the 2003 ceasefire agreement to stop cross-border firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir and expressed hope that the two countries will properly resolve their differences.

Islamabad

The Pakistan government today directed the interior ministry to block the national identity card (NIC) and passport of former dictator General (retd) Pervez Musharraf, a media report said today.

Chandigarh

The Haryana Cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal to set up the Haryana State Commission for Scheduled Castes (HSCSC) to "leave no scope for any atrocity" on members of the community.

Alibaug

An IAS officer in Maharashtra has hit upon a novel idea to rope in doctors to combat the menace of malnutrition in tribal areas, by offering them 'weekend getaways' at hotels in those places.

Jammu

Two inter-state narcotic smugglers were arrested and 26 kg of poppy was seized from their possession in Jammu and Kashmir's Udhampur district today, police said.

Chandigarh

A Haryana Civil Service (HCS) officer posted in the education department at Panchkula was booked for allegedly molesting a woman employee, police said today.

Srinagar

Two unidentified militants were killed in an encounter with security forces in Handwara area of Kupwara district in Jammu and Kashmir today.  An Army official said the militants were killed in an operation in Qaziabad forests in Kupwara district.

Mumbai

A five-year-old boy was killed and his mother sustained serious injuries when a wall collapsed on them after a LPG cylinder exploded at their home in neighbouring Navi Mumbai this morning, the police said.

Thane

The Thane police's Crime Branch seized over 50 kg of cannabis estimated to be worth around Rs 7.46 lakh and arrested three women in this connection, an official said today.

Srinagar

A teacher has been arrested for allegedly assaulting a minor student at a religious seminary in Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir, the police said today.

Panaji

A local court today remanded nine of the 11 tourists from Pune, who were arrested for allegedly molesting a minor girl and beating her minor brother at a beach near here, in judicial custody for five days.

Mumbai

Maharashtra agriculture minister Pandurang Fundkar died at a hospital here early today after suffering a cardiac arrest, a BJP office-bearer said. The 67-year old Fundkar is survived by his wife Suneeta, two sons and a daughter.

Panaji

With the monsoon expected to arrive at Goa soon, the state government today issued an advisory asking tourists to refrain from swimming in sea waters along the beaches for four months starting tomorrow.

Thiruvananthapuram

The CPM-led LDF ministry in Kerala has released the progress report of its two years' performance, listing out the projects and initiatives implemented by various state departments.

Bengaluru

In a pre-dawn swoop, the CBI today raided residences and an office of some persons linked to senior Congress leader D K Shivakumar at five places in Bengaluru, Kanakapura and Ramanagara on charges of illegally exchanging de-monetised currency notes.

NEW DELHI

After days of hectic negotiations over the sharing of portfolios in Karnataka, the alliance partners have decided that Finance will go to the JD-S and the Home department to the Congress, highly placed sources in the parties said today.

SILIGURI

National Hydraulic Power Corporation (NHPC) regional office, Siliguri took a special cleanliness drive at Udaya Nagarvillage on May 28 as part of Swacch Bharat Pakhwada.

Kolkata

Metro Railway will run one pair special services (1 UP + 1 DN) on June 3 due to the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2018. The service will start from Noapara station at 7.52 a.m. and from Kavi Subhash Station at 8 a.m.

Kolkata

To clear the rush of passenger during summer holidays as well as Id-Ul-Fitar festival, Eastern Railway will run two pairs of special trains each between Howrah-Nautanwa via Patliputra and Howrah- Gorakhpur via  Barauni.

Chittaranjan

World No Tobacco Day was organized by the Kasturba Gandhi Hospital( KGH) of Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (CLW) on  May 31 in Traction Motor 23 meeting room . Dr. T. S. Sangeet moderated the presentation and said about the theme of No Tobacco Day.

Kolkata

As part of month long cleanliness drive under ‘Swach Rail Swach Bharat’ Sealdah Division of Eastern Railway (ER) has undertaken special cleanliness drive for stations, railway premises and trains all over the division. 

NEW DELHI

A designated Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) authority has held that 11 land plots worth Rs 44.75 crore, attached by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in the name of a firm linked to RJD chief Lalu Prasad's family, are money laundering assets and ordered that

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ROOPA LALL

An encroachment eviction drive carried out in the city on Thursday generated sharp criticism for the district administration. As per reports, the revenue authorities bulldozed a compound wall bordering a famous hotel at Phoenix Bay and shattered houses of at least eight families constructed over a parcel of land measuring 70.72 sq.mtrs.

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JYOTI

The Modern Fish Market at Junglighat, aimed to boost the fishing industry of these islands, promote domestic fish marketing and enable people to buy quality fish amidst certain conveniences, is ready for inauguration.

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ROOPA LALL

Police arrests cyber criminal from Dhanbad

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BALRAM SINGH

Commuters as well as motorists in Campbell Bay are once again in the throes of bother as fuel stocks at ANIIDCO outlet exhausted on Thursday.

Port Blair

The Foundation Day of the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) was observed by the Andaman and Nicobar State Committee of the CITU here.

Port Blair

The Head of Bengali Department, JNRM, Dr. Jyotirmoy Roychowdhury delivered a special speech at Churulia,  West Bengal, the  birthplace of rebel poet Kazi Nazrul Islam during the poet's 119th birth festival on the 28th of this month. To commemorate Smt.

Port Blair

All India Radio invites applications from eligible candidates for the empanelment as Data Entry/Computer Operator in Hindi. The applicants should be graduates with good proficiency in Hindi. The required speed of typing in Computer in Hindi is 40 words per minute.

Port Blair

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) conducts Term-End-Examination (TEE) twice in a year during June and December. Accordingly, the TEE for June-2018 will commence from 1st June and ends onJune23. No exams on Sundays.

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