Daily Newsletter

January 24,2020

Two arrested in Bengal's Malda with brown sugar
KOLKATA:Two persons were arrested in northern West Bengal's Malda district on Friday with brown sugar valued at Rs 10 lakh, police said.Acting on a tip-off, the police raided a hideout near Khaltipur railway station in the early hours and nabbed the duo, who hail from Mallikpara in the district.
Rural Development Minister Bajwa sets up committee to frame policy to regularise services of Rural Health Pharmacists
CHANDIGARH:The Rural Development and Panchayat Minister Mr. Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa has directed to set up a committee led by senior officers of the department to formulate a policy to regulate the services of pharmacists working under the panchayat department. This was decided during a meeting with
CBI registers case against a Pvt. Company's
NEW DELHI:Directors casing loss RS.819.48 Cr
No blanket ban on NSA: SC cites arson in anti-CAA stir
NEW DELHI:The Supreme Court on Friday declined to entertain a plea challenging the imposition of the National Security Act (NSA) in few states and the national capital amid anti-CAA protests.
BPL persons bought land worth Rs 200 cr in Amaravati: CID
AMARAVATI:About 800 people living the below poverty line purchased land worth over Rs 200 crore in and around Andhra Pradesh capital's Amaravati during 2014-15, revealed investigations by Andhra Pradesh Police into alleged land scam.
Yashwant Sinha-led anti-CAA rally to reach Agra on Saturday
NEW DELHI:The 'Gandhi Shanti Yatra-2020' which started from Mumbai on January 9, will reach Agra on Saturday after travelling through Maharashtra, Gujarat and Haryana and conclude at Rajghat here on January 30.
Goa tourism slowdown due to dip in economy: NK Singh
PANAJI:Slowdown in Goa's tourism industry is on account of the general slowdown of the economy and pressure from upcoming competitive destinations, Chairman of the 15th Finance Commission N.K. Singh said on Friday.
Madras High Court dismisses case against Rajinikanth
CHENNAI:The Madras High Court on Friday dismissed the case filed against actor Rajinikanth for his comments made about a rally led by Dravida Kazhagham (DK) founder E.V.Ramaswamy popularly known as Periyar.The case was filed by Dravidar Vidhuthalai Kazhagam (DVK).
Two arrested in Bengal's Malda with brown sugar Rural Development Minister Bajwa sets up committee to frame policy to regularise services of Rural Health Pharmacists State anti fraud unit issues 15 show-cause notices to hospitals CBI registers case against a Pvt. Company's No blanket ban on NSA: SC cites arson in anti-CAA stir BPL persons bought land worth Rs 200 cr in Amaravati: CID Yashwant Sinha-led anti-CAA rally to reach Agra on Saturday Goa tourism slowdown due to dip in economy: NK Singh Renegotiate PPAs with developers - PSEBEA Madras High Court dismisses case against Rajinikanth UP police official risks life to save puppies, Tweeple hails Fadnavis denies phone-tapping charges of Maha govt Two Himachal students to witness R-Day parade with PM JGU signs MoU with University of Zurich at WEF BJP holding 250 big, small rallies in Delhi on Friday Politicians, netizens greet nation on National Girl Child Day Foreign terrorist killed in J&K Nirbhaya case: 3 death row convicts now seek more documents Storm in NCP as Sharad Pawar's Delhi home security removed Panjab University Chandigarh Syndicate Meeting Capt Amarinder singh mourns passing away of punjab kesari delhi chief editor Ashwini Chopra Our duty to ensure every girl could get education’ Power engineers remember Harbans Singh former PSEB Chairman Special attention to be paid towards high risk areas to prevent dengue and malaria: Balbir Singh Sidhu