A senior police official on Wednesday said that five security personnel, including four BSF jawans, and a civilian were injured when Maoists blew up a truck with an IED in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district. The incident took place around 9 am at Bijapur Ghati, located around 7 km from Bijapur town, Deputy Inspector General (anti-Naxal operations), Sundarraj P told PTI.
A traffic policeman was killed on Tuesday morning when a truck hit him and dragged him for about 500 metres after he tried to stop it for a routine check near RTR Marg in southwest Delhi. The driver, who attempted to flee, was caught after a three-kilometre... read more
The order also stated that no new truck, apart from those parked along the city borders, will be allowed entry. Toll-free entry has been allowed between 11pm on Monday and 7am on Tuesday in order to avoid congestion, which may in turn lead to further... read more
The EPCA has enforced a 3-day ban on entry of trucks in Delhi post-Diwali between November 8 and 10. Only trucks carrying essential commodities will be allowed within the city limits, according to EPCA’s letter to the Delhi government. read more
The Ramnagar area around the Corbett park is witnessing increasing man-elephant conflict for some time. The rampaging elephants raid the crops on a regular basis. Many villagers have even complained about the problem to the forest department. read more
Four people were killed and at least six were injured when a truck ploughed through revellers who were part of a procession to immerse a Durga idol in Bengal’s Hooghly district on Friday night, police said. read more