HindustanTimes Mon,15 Sep 2014


Car runs over toddler in parking lot in NE Delhi

A 14-month-old toddler was killed when a Maruti Swift car ran over her in a parking lot in northeast Delhi’s Karawal Nagar, police said.

Juveniles pass racist remarks at Manipuri men, then attack them

Two Manipuri undergraduate students were allegedly attacked with rods, bricks and a sharp weapon by a group of men in south Delhi’s Munirka near Vasant Vihar on Saturday night.

Services hit after coach of train derails at CST

A coach of a Panvel-CST train derailed on its arrival at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus on Sunday. No injuries have been reported.

Kalyan youth in Iraq tells family he, friends will be home ‘soon​’

Three weeks after receiving news about the death of Arif Majeed, one of the four youths from Kalyan alleged to have joined the ISIS in Iraq, another of the youths, Shaheen Tanki, called up his family on Friday telling them he and two others would be returning home soon.

Chandigarh-Jaipur Daily Express to chug off tommorrow

On its return journey from Jaipur, train number 19717 will depart Jaipur station daily at 4.40 pm and will reach Chandigarh the following day at 4.55 pm. It will stop at same stations during the outward journey. RK Dutta, station superintendent of local station, said the train would comprise 12 coaches, including one two-tier AC coach, one three-tier AC coach and four sleeper coaches.

Senior citizens hold socio-medical camp

The Chandigarh Senior Citizens' Association on Sunday organised a socio-medical camp at GMHS, Vikas Nagar, Mauli Jagran here.

Two youths die in mishap on VIP road in Bhopal

Two youths succumbed to death while another was critically injured when the motorcycle they were riding crashed into a  divider on the VIP road near Koh-e-Fiza early on Saturday morning.

Bhopal masterplan 2031 becomes victim of electoral politics

There has been an inordinate delay in the finalisation of Bhopal masterplan 2031. However with civic polls scheduled later this year,the fate of masterplan continues to remain uncertain for another year or so.

Indore: Amit Shah makes most of one-day state visit, avoids media

During his first visit to Madhya Pradesh after becoming the national president of the BJP, Amit Shah on Saturday maintained a distance from the party workers as well as the media.

Noida bypoll sees 32.5 % polling, BJP worried

Low voter turnout in Noida assembly bypoll on Saturday gave left the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) worried.

Schools merger renders hundreds of cooks jobless

The Rajasthan government’s decision to merge elementary schools with middle and senior secondary school across the state has rendered some 700 cooks in Barmer district jobless, mostly widows and single women, who were earlier appointed to cook mid-day meals for students,  officials said on Friday

Muslim body welcomes BJP MLA's call to stop non-Hindus in garba

BJP MLA from Indore Usha Thakur’s diktat to garba organisers to stop Muslim youths from attending garba has elicited support from unusual quarters, an organisation of Muslims.

Eleven AAGs resign in favour of lawyers’ strike

There was high drama at the Rajasthan high court on Thursday with 11 additional advocate generals (AAGs) tendering their resignations to advocate general NM Lodha in support of the lawyers’ agitation

BJP targets UP bypoll clean sweep after Bihar setback

Left licking its wounds in Bihar, the Bharatiya Janata Party has deployed its top guns for the September 13 Uttar Pradesh bypolls, seen as an acid test for the party ahead of assembly polls in four states.

Saradha scam: CBI arrests former Bengal DGP

Former DG (armed police) of West Bengal and Trinamool Congress leader, Rajat Majumdar, was arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday evening in connection with the Saradha scam.

Rural Gurgaon changing, voters quiz netas about wi-fi, Twitter

Long considered a rural assembly constituency, the tourist town of Sohna in Gurgaon district is fast turning into an urban hub, and its growing pool of educated and modern voters are posing tough questions to ticket-seekers hoping to win a seat here in the upcoming Haryana assembly polls.

TMC lodges complaint with EC against Amit Shah

The Trinamool Congress on Sunday lodged a complaint with the Election Commission accusing BJP President Amit Shah of flouting the election Model Code of Conduct by staying at a government guest house during his campaign for the Assembly by-elections in West Bengal.

Recover embezzled funds with 12% interest, says govt

The state finance department has ordered the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) to recover from its officials Rs. 9.75 crore, which was allegedly misappropriated, with 12% interest.

‘Love Jehad’ shooter turns women’s idol and girls’ inspiration

National-level shooter and ‘Love Jehad’ victim Tara Shahdeo is now a national inspiration for women, especially after she took a strong stand against her husband who reportedly tortured her to convert to Islam a month after their marriage.

U’khand tea: Raj days’ flavour goes brandless

Uttarakhand tea, which was known for its flavour, aroma and colour during the British time, is today nowhere in the brand race, thanks to poor marketing strategy and consequent weak domestic push.
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