Articles about Ghazipur

False alarm, says Delhi Police after unattended bags trigger panic

19 Jan 2022

India
False alarm, says Delhi Police after unattended bags trigger panic

The Delhi Police on Wednesday received a call saying two unattended bags had been found in the city's Trilokpuri area, which triggered a bomb scare.

Farmers protest: Why Singhu, Ghazipur borders will open by January

17 Dec 2021

India
Farmers protest: Why Singhu, Ghazipur borders will open by January

The Ghazipur and Singhu border crossings of Delhi will be reportedly open to commuters only from January despite the farmers' protest there ending.

Massive traffic jams near Delhi amid farmers' Bharat Bandh

27 Sep 2021

India
Massive traffic jams near Delhi amid farmers' Bharat Bandh

Farmers protesting the central government's three new agricultural laws have called a "Bharat Bandh" or nationwide strike today as part of their months-long agitation.

Delhi: Two die while cleaning septic tank; four arrested

27 Mar 2021

Delhi
Delhi: Two die while cleaning septic tank; four arrested

Four persons have been arrested in connection with an incident where two men died after inhaling toxic gases while cleaning a septic tank of a banquet hall in east Delhi's Ghazipur, police said on Saturday.

Farmers' protest: Delhi-Uttar Pradesh's Ghazipur border reopened for traffic movement

15 Mar 2021

India
Farmers' protest: Delhi-Uttar Pradesh's Ghazipur border reopened for traffic movement

The Ghazipur border between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh that remained closed due to the farmers' protest against three Central farm laws has been reopened for traffic movement on Monday.

Farmers' protest: One side of Ghazipur border reopens for traffic

02 Mar 2021

India
Farmers' protest: One side of Ghazipur border reopens for traffic

Vehicular movement was partially resumed at the Delhi-Ghaziabad Ghazipur border over a month after being shut.

Punjabi singer Babbu Maan meets farmers at Ghazipur

11 Feb 2021

India
Punjabi singer Babbu Maan meets farmers at Ghazipur

Punjabi singer Tejinder Babbu Maan reached the Ghazipur protest site on the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border on Wednesday, met the farmers and extended support to their protest against the contentious agriculture laws.

Farmers' protest: Opposition delegation stopped from reaching Ghazipur site

04 Feb 2021

Politics
Farmers' protest: Opposition delegation stopped from reaching Ghazipur site

A delegation of 15 Opposition leaders was on Thursday stopped from meeting the farmers protesting against three laws at the Ghazipur border of Delhi.

Internet services suspended in Delhi's border areas for two days

30 Jan 2021

India
Internet services suspended in Delhi's border areas for two days

The Union Ministry of Home Affairs on Saturday issued a notification saying internet services will be temporarily suspended in Delhi's border areas—Ghazipur, Singhu, and Tikri—the epicenters of the farmers' protests against the newly-enacted farm laws.

Ghazipur: After Tikait's appeal, hundreds of farmers, students join protest

30 Jan 2021

India
Ghazipur: After Tikait's appeal, hundreds of farmers, students join protest

After Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait broke down at the Ghazipur protest site on Thursday night, appealing to farmers from western Uttar Pradesh to join, hundreds—including not only farmers but also students from different universities/colleges—arrived at the site by Friday.

Farmers protesting at Ghazipur border asked to vacate, end protest

28 Jan 2021

India
Farmers protesting at Ghazipur border asked to vacate, end protest

Farmers protesting the newly-enacted farm laws in Ghazipur at the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border have been asked to vacate the roads and end their protest on Thursday.

#GhazipurViolence: Akhilesh blames Adtiyanath's 'thok do' policy for cop's death

30 Dec 2018

Politics
#GhazipurViolence: Akhilesh blames Adtiyanath's 'thok do' policy for cop's death

Speaking on the Ghazipur violence which killed a police constable on Saturday, Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav said Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's thok do mentality was responsible for it.

Man arrested for bursting crackers, but authorities unsure about 'green-crackers'

04 Nov 2018

India
Man arrested for bursting crackers, but authorities unsure about 'green-crackers'

In a first case, the Delhi police arrested a Ghazipur-based man on Saturday after he didn't follow the Supreme Court orders and burst crackers.

150 UP schools had zero students passing Class 10/12 exams

01 May 2018

India
150 UP schools had zero students passing Class 10/12 exams

The UP Secondary Education Board (UPSEB) upped its anti-cheating measures drastically this time, and the consequences were clearly visible: nearly 10L students chose to skip the exams the first four days because of this.

Another RSS worker shot dead, this time in UP's Ghazipur

21 Oct 2017

India
Another RSS worker shot dead, this time in UP's Ghazipur

Four days after an RSS leader was murdered in Ludhiana, another in UP's Ghazipur was shot dead by bike-borne assailants today.

Delhi: Two dead, several feared dead as Ghazipur landfill collapses

01 Sep 2017

India
Delhi: Two dead, several feared dead as Ghazipur landfill collapses

Two people were killed and others are feared dead as part of the garbage landfill at Delhi's Ghazipur collapsed.

Criminals entering politics: Has it become normal?

01 Sep 2017

Politics
Criminals entering politics: Has it become normal?

As per the report from the Association of Democratic Reforms, 51 MPs and MLAs have been accused of crimes against women, which include alleged rape and abduction.

Social media calls for boycott of Gurugram pub

31 Mar 2017

Delhi
Social media calls for boycott of Gurugram pub

Following the brawl that took place at Gurugram's 'The Wine Company', where 4 people were allegedly beaten by the manager and the bouncers of the restaurant, the restaurant is being heavily criticized on social media.