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Congress' agitation to include SPG cover withdrawal

NEW DELHI:The Congress has extended by 10 more days its mass protest programme to raise the pitch against government over withdrawal of SPG protection to the Gandhi family and economic slowdown among other issues.

Ordinance on registration of visitors with Meghalaya Guv

SHILONG:The Meghalaya government has sent the Meghalaya Residents Safety and Security (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 to Governor Tathagata Roy for his approval, Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong said on Wednesday.

Cleric arrested for explosion at UP mosque

KUSHINAGAR(Uttar Pradesh):Four persons, including a cleric, have been arrested in connection with a blast at a mosque here.
The police had registered an FIR against seven persons. Among the four arrested is the 'imam' of the mosque, Maulana Azmuddin, while three others are absconding.

Forest cover enhanced by six percent in punjab

JALANDHAR:Punjab Forest Minister Sadhu Singh Dharamsot on Sunday said that under the dynamic leadership of Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh, the department has got success in the removing the encroachments over 7000-acre of forest land in Punjab and the vacated land is being developed as a forest area.

RWAs of Delhi's unauthorized colonies to 'thank' Modi

NEW DELHI:All the seven Members of Parliament from Delhi, along with RWA representatives of the previously unauthorized colonies of the capital, will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday evening to "thank" him for allowing the residents of those colonies to have ownership rights over their properties. The meeting is scheduled at 4 p.m.

The Police have arrested two liquor smugglers

PHAGWARA:The Police have arrested two liquor smugglers identified as Ashu and Jatinder both residents of Rattanpura locality in Phagwara and recovered six boxes of illicit liquor from their possession. A case under excise act has been registered.

IAF employees in Chandigarh forced to live in dilapidated houses

CHANDIGARH: Hundreds of airmen residential accommodation for 3 BRD and 12 Wing in Sector 31 and 47 those are posted in Chandigarh one could describe as an “accident waiting to happen.”  Families are residing in dingy and badly maintained houses. Appearance of these, shows that these can give way at any time for big mishap.  The lowest ranked personnel form the majority of air force and widespread dissatisfaction is found among them. The authority has been aware of the need to provide quality housing for the air force personnel for decades.

BJP rebukes JMM over Rs 51,000 demand from candidates

RANCHI:The Jharkhand Mukti Morcha's (JMM) action of asking for Rs 51,000 from those seeking party tickets has invited a sharp reaction from the ruling BJP in the state.

Cong to firm up stand on Ayodhya verdict, to speak in one voice

NEW DELHI:Not wanting a repeat of the political embarrassment it faced when party leaders spoke in different voices after abrogation of Article 370, the Congress is planning to formalise its strategy on the Ayodhya verdict to speak in one voice.

Stage all set for floting light & sound show to be organised in ismailpur village on november7-8

JALANDHAR: The stage was all set for floating light and sound show in Ismailpur village in Shahkot sub-division, near Sutlej River on November 7-8.

People’s union for democratic rights

LUCKNOW:90 Days of Lockdown in Jammu and Kashmir
5th November 2019 marks the 3-month lockdown of Jammu and Kashmir after the BJP government abrogated the special status of the state under Article 370 and 35A. The BJP government at the centre is projecting the transition into the new set up as absolute “normalcy”. Fact findings conducted by various civil society groups point to a terrifying situation. The aim of the BJP government seems to be to supress Kashmiris into surrendering their demand for self-determination by suspending their political rights and putting their livelihoods and social life at stake. We bring attention to critical findings during the last three months that raise questions on this state of “normalcy”.

Congress plan protest on Nov 15 to flay Modi govt’s anti-people economic policies

CHANDIAGRH:Congress will organise protest at all district head-quarters across the state on Nov 15 to flay Union Government’s anti-people policies. The party will also oppose the decision to sign Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) treaty as the same was against the interests of indigenous farmers.

Rajesh Sharma and Safri Lal elected CWA president and Gen Secy

CHANDIGARH:Rajesh Sharma and Safri Lal were unanimously elected president and general secretary, respectively, in the general body elections held at Manimajra Sports Complex here. Former Director General of Police, Punjab, Sumedh Saini was unanimously elected Life President.
All office-bearers were unanimously elected.observer Maha Singh and Wrestling Federation of India observer Vinod Tomar were present during the elections.

EU MPs in Kashmir - A Diplomatic Blunder?

NEW DELHI: Kashmir has indeed become a Pandora’s box that either the only very stupid or the very callous could open. And follow the decision not with acts of wisdom but the very opposite as is evident in the much touted visit of 23 European Union Parliamentarians to the Valley. That too after Indian MPs have not been allowed to take a step outside of the Srinagar airport, and requests by American Senators for such permission has been turned down. Not to speak of the United Nations and the foreign media.

Kejriwal distributes 50 lakh masks among school goers

NEW EDLHI:Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday distributed anti-pollution masks to school-going children in the Capital, on a day the Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority (EPCA) declared a public health emergency in Delhi-NCR.

Rahul Gandhi wishes states on formation day

NEW DELHI:Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday wished the people of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala on the formation day of their states. The seven states were granted statehood on November 1 in different years.

'Bad air cutting lives short by 7 yrs in Hindi heartland'

NEW DELHI:A new analysis of the air quality life index (AQLI) on Thursday showed the average citizen living in the Indo-Gangetic plain region can expect to lose about seven years of life expectancy. Particulate pollution is high in Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.

Congress rolls out agitation programme against govt

NEW DELHI:The Congress on Wednesday rolled out its plan for a November-long agitation across the country on the issues of the ongoing economic crisis, farmers distress, unemployment and against India's joining the RCEP.

Congress rolls out agitation programme against govt

NEW DELHI:The Congress on Wednesday rolled out its plan for a November-long agitation across the country on the issues of the ongoing economic crisis, farmers distress, unemployment and against India's joining the RCEP.

Cops booked for Amethi custodial death

AMETHI:Unidentified police personnel have been booked for the custodial death of Satya Prakash Shukla, who died in police custody on Tuesday after he was summoned for interrogation in a case of bank robbery.

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