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25 Jun 2018Madhya Pradesh
Dalit thrashed for riding bike in front of sarpanch's house
A 30-year-old Dalit man was allegedly beaten up for riding a motorcycle past the house of a sarpanch in Dharampur village in Tikamgarh (MP), the police said.
25 Jun 2018Delhi Police
Uttarakhand cop seeks Rs. 70L compensation from Delhi police
Moving Delhi High Court, a Uttarakhand cop sued Delhi police and demanded Rs. 70 lakh in compensation, alleging humiliation and mental trauma.
25 Jun 2018Rajasthan
Rajasthan HC lawyers end month-long strike after CM Raje's assurance
Agitating lawyers of the Rajasthan HC today in Rajasthan's Jodhpur decided to suspend their strike following the assurance from Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje that no committee will be formed to look into the demand for a new bench in Udaipur.
25 Jun 2018India
Ahead of Bakri Eid, government-agency launches campaign against animal sacrifice
The Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) has launched a campaign against animal sacrifice, less than a month ahead of Bakri Eid.
25 Jun 2018Assam
Assam: Couple thrashed all night by villagers, woman's head shaved
On Saturday night, villagers of Assam's Nagaon district thrashed a couple and shaved the woman's head, because they didn't approve of the couple's affair.
25 Jun 2018Delhi High Court
Delhi HC stays felling of 16,000 trees till July 2
The Delhi HC has stayed till July 2 the planned felling of more than 16,000 trees for redevelopment of residential facilities for central government employees.
25 Jun 2018Twitter
Mumbai horror: Journalist physically attacked by another woman in Uber
Journalist Ushnota Paul took to Twitter, a short while ago, to narrate her ordeal of being harassed by a female passenger in Uber, in broad daylight in Mumbai's Lower Parel.
25 Jun 2018Navi Mumbai
CID still probing 2009-complaint of conspiracy to kill Hazare: RTI
Nine years on, the Maharashtra CID is still probing a complaint filed by social activist Anna Hazare against former state minister Padamsinh Patil for allegedly conspiring to kill him, according to an RTI query.
25 Jun 2018Narendra Modi
Take care of your health: PM to IAF-personnel who fainted
The summer heat took its toll on an IAF personnel who collapsed during the guard of honor ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan for visiting Seychelles President Danny Faure.
25 Jun 2018Maharashtra
Maharashtra: Coaching-center director shot thrice in chest; dies on spot
A 35-year-old director of a well-known coaching center in Maharashtra's Latur was allegedly shot dead by unidentified persons, the police said today.
25 Jun 2018Jammu And Kashmir
Strike called by separatists disrupts normal life in Kashmir
Normal life was disrupted in Kashmir today due to a strike called by separatists, under the banner of Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL), against the recent civilian killings allegedly in firing by security forces.
25 Jun 2018Odisha
Bridegroom takes 1,001 saplings as 'dowry' in Odisha
A 33-year-old school teacher refused dowry and instead received 1,001 saplings as the wedding gift with the brides' parents agreeing to the unusual pre-condition set by him in Odisha's Kendrapara district.
25 Jun 2018Narendra Modi
Hyderabad: Astrologer predicts Aaradhya Bachchan will become PM
A Hyderabad based astrologer D Gyaneshwar made a bunch of predictions at a media conference on Sunday including PM Narendra Modi's re-election in 2019 and a celebrated political career for Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan's six-year-old daughter Aaradhya.
25 Jun 2018Supreme Court Of India
SC to hear on plea of 18 disqualified AIADMK MLAs
The Supreme Court today agreed to hear a plea on June 27 filed by 18 disqualified AIADMK MLAs seeking transfer of their case from the Madras High Court to the apex court after the split verdict by the High Court on June 14.
25 Jun 2018Delhi University
DU second-list: Heavy drops in some cut-offs, admissions closed elsewhere
The second list of Delhi University (DU) admissions brought relief to many as cut-offs dropped as much as 5% for some courses.
25 Jun 2018Bengaluru
No end to dispute over renaming Haj Bhavan in Bengaluru
The row over plans to rename 'Haj Bhavan' in Bengaluru after Tipu Sultan, the 18th-century ruler of the Mysore kingdom, shows no signs of ending with BJP leader KG Bopaiah saying his party wanted it renamed after late President APJ Abdul Kalam.
25 Jun 2018Uttar Pradesh
UP: Plates' shortage in wedding leads to fight, one killed
Things took an ugly turn at a wedding in Uttar Pradesh's Vikrampur area when event organizers ran out of plates for the guests.
25 Jun 2018Mumbai
Mumbai-rains: Wall collapses at Lloyd's Estate in Wadala; cars trapped
A wall in Mumbai's upscale Lloyds Estate in Wadala gave way this morning after incessant rains, burying several cars under debris.
25 Jun 2018Jammu And Kashmir
Orders for Shujaat Bukhari's killing came from Pakistan: Police
Police investigating esteemed journalist Shujaat Bukhari's murder have revealed that the orders for the killing had apparently come from Pakistan-based sources, who were unhappy with his efforts to broker peace in the Valley.
25 Jun 2018Delhi Police
200 CCTV-scans, 500 raids later, "obsessed" army-major nabbed for murder
Since three years, Army Major Nikhil Rai Handa allegedly kept stalking 35-year-old Shailza Dwivedi, wife of Major Amit Dwivedi.
24 Jun 2018Facebook
This organization is changing the lives of LGBT Muslims
While June is celebrated around the world as Pride Month, Muslims also spend days fasting during Ramzan.
24 Jun 2018Supreme Court Of India
Pay Rs.20L penalty to each student for denying admission: SC
The Supreme Court has directed a Maharashtra-based medical college to pay Rs. 20L as penalty to each of the 19 meritorious students who were "illegally" and "wrongly" denied admissions to MBBS and BDS courses by it in 2012-13.
24 Jun 2018Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Again, glaring errors in CBSE's marks for over 10,000 students
The CBSE seems to have its plates full with more than 10,000 requests from Class-10/12 appeared students for verification.
24 Jun 2018Delhi University
DU second cut-off list: What to expect
The Delhi University (DU) is expected to announce its second cut-off list for merit-based admissions for undergraduate courses by Sunday night.
24 Jun 2018Pune
Pune: Woman dies after drinking bottle-gourd juice, doctors issue precautions
Pune doctors have advised people against consuming bitter vegetables, as a local woman passed away reportedly after drinking the juice of a bottle gourd.
24 Jun 2018Haryana
Haryana second state to get 'Yog Aayog' for yoga
The Haryana government would constitute a 'Yog Aayog' to promote yoga in the state, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said today.
24 Jun 2018Monsoon
Monsoon to hit Delhi on June 29 after week's delay
The southwest monsoon is likely to reach Delhi on June 29 after a week's delay, experts predicted.
24 Jun 2018Navi Mumbai
Hackathon-2018: Students present RFID-tech to locate lost baggage at airports
Students of three engineering colleges have come up with tagging technology that will use RFID chips to track luggage real-time at every stage of transfer, a concept that may bring an end to baggage being lost or their delivery delayed at Indian airports.
24 Jun 2018San Francisco
Long-haul flights gaining preference amongst Indians: Survey
A number of Indian travelers are exploring far-off places, thanks to improved flight connectivity and better prices over a period of time, a survey said.
24 Jun 2018Mumbai
Maharashtra plastic ban: Industry stares at loss of 3L jobs
The state-wide plastic ban, including carry-bags and thermocol by Maharashtra government, will result in loss of up to Rs 15,000 crore and nearly 3 lakh job, says the plastic manufacturing industry.
24 Jun 2018India
IAS officers may be scored on attitudes towards weaker sections
The appraisal system of IAS officers might soon undergo a major change. For one, those at the topmost levels will be assessed on their attitude towards weaker sections in the society.
24 Jun 2018Narendra Modi
Gujarat: PM's "aunt" seeks redressal for govt-dispensary on her premises
A 90-year old widow claiming to be the aunt of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has knocked on the doors of an appellate authority after failing to get satisfactory answers from the Labor Ministry on her RTI application seeking details of lease renewal of a government dispensary running in her premises.
47 new colleges in West Bengal since 2011: Partha Chatterjee
Forty-seven new colleges have come up in West Bengal during the Trinamool Congress rule, West Bengal Education minister Partha Chatterjee has said.
24 Jun 2018Odisha
Odisha: Woman buries new-born baby in cow-dung, claims was stillborn
In a shocking incident, an Odisha woman allegedly buried her newborn baby in cow dung pit on Wednesday.
24 Jun 2018Mumbai
Maharashtra plastic ban Day-1: Rs. 7L collected as fine
Maharashtra entered a new era yesterday, figuratively, as a ban on several plastic and thermocol items went into force.
2019 battle: WB BJP exceeds Shah's expectations, targets 26 seats
Buoyed by its performance in rural polls, the West Bengal BJP unit is set to submit its Lok Sabha blueprint, targeting 26 seats, to party president Amit Shah during his two-day visit to the state from June 27.
24 Jun 2018Uttar Pradesh
UP Army Major detained for alleged murder of colleague's wife
An Indian Army Major has been detained from Meerut in Uttar Pradesh for his alleged involvement in the killing of another Army Major's wife in west Delhi yesterday.
Bengaluru-bound IndiGo flight returns to Kolkata after windshield cracks
A Bengaluru-bound IndiGo flight returned to Kolkata today after developing a crack in the windshield, shortly after take-off.
24 Jun 2018Kerala
Kerala: Football fan, missing since Argentina's defeat, found dead
The body of a 30-year-old Argentina football team fan was recovered from a river in Kerala on Sunday, two days after he left home upset over poor showing of the South American team in the World Cup.
24 Jun 2018Assam
For Assam flood victims, Railways brings ray of hope
For thousands of flood-affected people in South Assam, train coaches have become their lifesaving shelter.