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HindustanTimes Sun,20 Apr 2014

 India

Lack of policing major cause for concern on JNU campus, say cops

Security and the enforcement of speed limit at south Delhi’s sprawling Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus depend on a measly network of around a hundred security guards.

No proof of Ajit Pawar threatening villagers: Police

The Pune rural police on Saturday said there was no concrete proof against deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar in a case pertaining to an alleged threat to 'cut off water supply' to Masalwadi village if the people there did not vote for cousin Supriya Sule.

17 kg gold stolen from India’s richest Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple vault

At least 17kg gold was pilfered from the vaults of the richest Hindu shrine of the country, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple, a legal expert has told the Supreme Court and requested it to disband the trust currently running the temple's affairs.

Gadkari starts row with 'casteism in Bihar DNA' remark, claims NDA will get more than 272 seats

Former BJP chief Nitin Gadkari on Saturday found himself caught up in a row after he opined that 'casteism and communalism were weaved into the DNA of politics in Bihar', while claiming that the NDA would achieve majority and form the government.

Tejpal seeks info on his prosecution expenses

Tarun Tejpal who has been chargesheeted for raping a junior colleague in Goa last year has sought information under RTI relating to the money spent on the entire exercise of investigating and prosecuting him in the case.

Minor fire at Rajiv Chowk Metro station

A minor fire broke out on the roof of the busy Rajiv Chowk Metro station, fire officials said Saturday.

Sonia, Rahul decision makers; PM a facade: Modi

Narendra Modi hit out at Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi over the claims made in a book by the Prime Minister's former aide, saying the mother and son would have to pay the "price" for running the UPA government from behind the scene.

No traffic congestion on SCLR opening day

The Santacruz-Chembur Link Road (SCLR) witnessed low traffic on the first day of its opening thanks to the public holiday on account of Good Friday that kept most of the vehicles off the city’s roads.

India's first double-decker flyover opens in Mumbai

Motorists hoping to save time while taking the Santacruz Chembur Link Road (SCLR), which was opened to public on Friday, would have to crawl through certain sections as the traffic police have imposed a speed limit of 30kmph on the bridges, along with some other restrictions to ensure smooth flow of traffic.

Stricter vigil helped prevent suicides on Delhi Metro premises

According to the data compiled, a total of 53 persons jumped in front of speeding trains and 20 of them died. The others, many of whom sustained critical injuries, were rescued by Delhi Metro operators and other staff deployed at the stations.

Modern Delhi unaware of its vast heritage

Delhi is endowed with two imperial capitals, a whopping 174 Archaeological Survey of India (ASI)-protected monuments and not to mention scores of smaller, often unidentified, heritage structures.

Bike accident on JNU campus kills three students

According to the police, the victims were tripling at high speed on a Hero Honda CBZ inside the campus when one of them driving the motorcycle failed to notice a sharp turn near the Vice-Chancellor’s residence and lost control around 3am.

Compensate pregnant woman for admission refusal: NHRC to Rajasthan govt

The NHRC on Wednesday asked the government of Rajasthan to pay Rs. 50,000 as monetary relief to a woman, who gave birth to a baby by the roadside in Bhilwara, after the medical staff at the Community Health Centre refused to admit her.

Jagan’s YSR Cong says it’s open to working with Modi

YSR Congress chief Jaganmohan Reddy is not averse to doing business with BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi if the BJP forms the next government at the Centre.

BJP determined to block govt’s lokpal move, may go to prez

The BJP is determined to block the Prime Minister’s Office’s controversial move to appoint the first lokpal before Manmohan Singh demits office next month and could complain to the President if the UPA ignores its objections.
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