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HindustanTimes Sun,26 Oct 2014

Cities

Prohibitory orders clamped after communal clashes in Delhi's Trilokpuri, 60 held

Prohibitory orders were clamped in Trilokpuri area in East Delhi as sporadic violence continued unabated for the third day on Saturday. Over 14 people, including 13 policemen, have been injured. Police said five of those injured sustained bullet injuries.

Governor orders inquiry into Mandi MC shop allotment

Himachal Pradesh governor Urmila Singh while taking cognisance of the complaint filed by NGO Mandi Bachao Sangharsh Morcha (MBSM) issued orders to the director of Urban Development, Shimla, to inquire into the allegations and inform her office as well as the complainant.

Unabated violence in Trilokpuri triggers exodus, life crippled

Two consecutive days of violence and the prevailing tension in the area have forced many families in Trilokpuri to flee their homes to safety. The violence that began on Thursday night spilled over to Saturday, spreading panic among people.

Drug racket busted in Jammu; 3 arrested

Police on Saturday claimed to have busted aninter-state drug racket here with the arrest of three persons, including the kingpin, a senior official said.

‘Visit apolitical, talks for govt to begin on Monday’

Terming PM Narendra Modi’s visit to Mumbai on Saturday as apolitical, Shiv Sena said party president Uddhav Thackeray was not scheduled to meet him in Mumbai or even in the national capital later, and talks for government formation would start only on Monday.

Jharkhand: 14-year-old raped in moving vehicle

A 14-year-old girl from Bihar was allegedly raped in a moving SUV in the presence of her mother in Jharkhand’s Koderma district, police said on Saturday.

75 injured in Hingot war, four admitted to hospital in Indore

More than 75 persons suffered injuries during the traditional ‘Hingot’ war at Gautampura town of Indore district on Friday. Four among the injured including two with serious eye injuries were admitted to MY Hospital.

MP: Mystery shrouds woman’s death; cops find pins stuck in feet

In a case of alleged dowry death, the police recently recovered the body of a woman when her in-laws were taking it to conduct the last rites.Three to four paper pins were also found stuck in the woman’s feet.

29 arrested for arson after tiger kills man in Madhya Pradesh

A total of 29 people were arrested for arson and damaging the property of forest department in Khitoli village on Saturday. The villagers got agitated when a tiger killed a man at the village on Friday.

Taking selfie proves fatal for two Jharkhand students

Two students of Jharkhand's Indian School of Mines (ISM) drowned after skidding into Bhatinda Falls on Saturday while taking selfie. The students were on picnic at the waterfall, around 40 kilometres from Dhanbad.

Kanpur: Six persons injured in communal clash

Six persons were injured in a clash involving members of two communities in Kanpur's busy Babupurwa area late on Saturday night. No arrests were made, though an FIR was registered against 14 people.

Opposition praises Rawat govt’s restoration work in Kedarnath

Uttarakhand government’s decision to hold a cabinet meeting at Kedarnath and asking the opposition parties in the state to  witness the reconstruction initiative of the flood-ravaged shrine, have paid political dividends.

Opposition praises Rawat govt's restoration work in Kedarnath

Uttarakhand government's decision to hold a cabinet meeting at Kedarnath and asking the opposition parties in the state to witness the reconstruction initiative of the flood-ravaged shrine, have paid political dividends

Shiv Sena MPs to attend Narendra Modi's Diwali dinner

Indicating at possible rapprochement, Shiv Sena on Thursday said its MPs would attend the dinner to be hosted by PM Modi for NDA allies, and that 'objective' of both the Sena and BJP was to provide a stable government in Maharashtra.

Bengal: TMC leader shot at in Basirhat rly station

A local Trinamool Congressleader was shot at and critically injured inside Basirhat railway station premises in North 24 Parganas district this morning.

Saradha scam: CBI files first chargesheet

The CBI named Sudipta Sen, Debjani Mukherjee and Kunal Ghosh in its first charge sheet in the Saradha chit fund scam probe on Wednesday. It, however, left the unravelling of the bigger mystery for a supplementary charge sheet that will follow soon.

Drug sharks run parallel govt, Rajasthan official writes to CM

An excise official in Rajasthan has shot off a letter to the chief minister, requesting her to order a probe into illegal narcotics trade being run in collusion with local politicians in the district.

'Hate crime': 2 northeast men beaten up in Gurgaon

Seven men thrashed two call centre workers from Nagaland with cricket bats and hockey sticks in Gurgaon late on Wednesday, the latest in a string of apparent hate crimes against people from the northeast.

Noida: Wall adjoining school collapses, one dead

The incident took place in Sector 49 in Noida at 11:30am, after the boundry wall of an under-construction building collapsed. The children were said to be in the garden adjoing the wall, while the class was being held outside, when the incident took place.

Mehrishi shifting deepens vacuum in Rajasthan's top bureaucracy

Rajasthan is scurrying to fill a vacuum at the top echelons of the bureaucracy after chief secretary Rajiv Mehrishi became the latest civil servant to be shifted to the Centre.
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