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Thursday, Jan 23, 2020
Oliver Fredrick

Oliver Fredrick


Oliver Fredrick is working in capacity of Senior Correspondent and is based in Lucknow. Other than covering important beats like Railways, Defense, Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), District Administration, he loves to write on human interest stories as it gives an instant connect with the readers. In his career of around 10 years, he has done several path-breaking stories which had forced the State Government authorities to take appropriate actions. Prior coming to Lucknow, he was based in Bareilly and was taking care of politically-sensitive West UP districts like Rampur, Moradabad, Pilibhit, Badaun,Muzaffarnagar and others.

articles by Oliver Fredrick (163 results)
Jan 21, 2020 11:01
On Sunday, the police had lodged three FIRs for violation of prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the CrPC, and booked 24 people. read more
Dec 18, 2019 20:39
The family of Lucknow’s Hasan Raza, who died last year without being able to prove his Indian nationality, say they suffered years of trauma and social boycott read more
Nov 26, 2019 14:27
A five-judge bench led by former chief justice Ranjan Gogoi had cleared the construction of Ram Mandir in its verdict in favour of Ram Lalla Virajman. read more
Nov 18, 2019 01:02
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) and the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind (JUH) said they opposed the unanimous SC decision last week favouring the construction of a Ram temple at the 2.77-acre site in Uttar Pradesh’s Ayodhya town. read more
Nov 03, 2019 13:14
Books, rare literature of Lucknow’s Amir-ud-Daula library to be digitised in phases, building to get facelift. read more
Sep 02, 2019 13:50
Tabarruk or sacred offerings are distributed among thousands of ‘azadaars’ or mourners as part of Muharram ritual. read more
Aug 21, 2019 23:40
Situated at over 5,000 metres above the sea levels, the Roopkund Lake, or the Mystery Lake as some would call it, has been the subject of scientific studies that initially concluded the skeletons belonged to people of Indian origin who died sometime... read more