14-yr-old saves girl from drowning

The Malabar Hill police felicitated a 14-year-old boy on Sunday for saving a minor girl from drowning in Banganga Tank at Walkeshwar.

Structural safety norms may have been compromised in Ggn

A team of disaster management officials with help from the fire services took stock of several localities soon after aftershocks were felt in the city on Sunday.

24-year-old woman calls for help, 150 policemen respond

The Antop Hill police on Saturday arrested a 29-year-old man for allegedly sexually assaulting his 24-year-old colleague. The incident came to light after the woman contacted the police control room on Saturday, leading to the arrest of the accused who was caught red-handed at a slum in Antop Hill.

Standing on ‘sand’, Ghaziabad high-rises at risk

A day after a deadly earthquake hit Nepal, its aftershocks continued to be felt in Delhi and the adjoining areas of NCR on Sunday morning. Experts, however, pointed out that areas along the Hindon river are the most vulnerable due to the presence of loose soil content.

To get rid of impotent husband, woman lodges false rape case

A local court has acquitted a man and his family members of the charges of raping, molesting and threatening his wife, saying the woman lodged a false complaint to get rid of her “impotent” husband.

Chandigarh: HUDA acts tough on encroachments in front of shops

Cracking a whip on traders who illegally encroach upon market corridors in front of their shops, the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has decided to slap notices on them and resume the properties of habitual offenders.

Nepalese in tricity pine for their kin back home

As the Nepal’s capital city and its adjoining areas have been flattened by a Strong earthquake on Saturday, the people belonging to the neighbouring country in the tricity are anxious and concerned for the wellbeing of their near and dear ones back home.

Madhya Pradesh: CM calls Digvjjaya names, will meet Sonia to complain

Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Sunday said he would call upon Congress president Sonia Gandhi to clarify from her whether she has mandated Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh and other party leaders to malign his image.

Shun liquor or priests will not solemnise marriage

In a unique initiative, the pundits and priests of Sagar district have decided not to solemnise marriages, where people from bride or groom side is found in drunken state.

Shruti makes Indore proud, bags Mrs India International runners-up title

Indore's Shruti Oza Khemlani was crowned with the Mrs India International-2015 runners-up title on Saturday during a star-lit programme in Atlanta, United States of America.

Shah praises BJP for giving corruption-free government

Bharatiya Janata Party national president Amit Shah, in his maiden visit to the state, on Saturday claimed the party has given a corruption-free government at the Centre and will soon launch various government schemes for the benefit of people

One killed, 23 hurt as tank collapses in fight over water

A 15-year-old girl was crushed to death and 23 others were injured after an underground water tank collapsed in Barmer district, police said on Saturday.

Subhas Chandra Bose’s family to ask Modi for SIT probe under SC judge

Members of Subhas Chandra Bose’s family will demand a special investigation team (SIT) be formed under a sitting Supreme Court judge to probe the freedom fighter’s last days when they meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi next month, Netaji’s grand nephew said on Monday.

Two cops dead, DSP injured in accident on G Noida Eexpressway

Three persons including two policemen died and a deputy superintendent of police was critically injured when a speeding car hit the police team at Noida-Greater Noida Expressway on Wednesday night. The deceased were identified as constable Mohan Singh and Balraj Singh.

Nitish announces pre-poll bonanza for upper caste students

With an eye on the forthcoming assembly polls in Bihar, chief minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday announced a Rs. 10,000 incentive for upper caste students who passed their matriculation examination with a first division, and regularisation of contractual employees.

It’s protected areas versus tourism and livelihood here

Are protected areas the new baddie working against tourism?

RSS is answer for Christian forces, says Raghubar Das

Chief minister Raghubar Das and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) senior leader Dattatreya Hosbole on Tuesday inaugurated RSS cultural centre building in Daltonganj.

Kingpin of `200-crore scam sent to Jaduguda police custody

Kamal Singh, an ex employee of Uranium Corporation of India limited (UCIL), who had been absconding for over two years in an alleged money laundering case worth `200 crore, was remanded in Jaduguda police custody on Tuesday after his arrest from Assam last week which sparked celebrations among some of his duped clients.

Doon twins set to make history, once again

23-year-old twin sisters, Tashi and Nungshi, from Dehradun have set out on a mission to ski to the North Pole in the middle of Arctic Ocean.