Cities

  • 2-Year-Old Child Crushed By Speeding Car In Delhi, Accused Arrested
    A two-year-old girl was crushed under a speeding car while playing outside her residence in west Delhi, police said on Friday.
  • EVMs Are Accurate, Says Election Commission Refuting Tampering Charge In Bhind
    Rejecting the Opposition's charge that the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) in Madhya Pradesh's Bhind had voted only for the BJP during a demonstration last week, the Election Commission (EC) today said, "it is completely false to say that at multiple times slips of lotus were printed on pressing different buttons".
  • Arvind Kejriwal's Party Must Surrender Its Office, Says Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal
    The Aam Aadmi Party has been told that it must surrender its office in Delhi, where it is serving a second term in power. Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has reportedly cancelled the land allotted to the party for its headquarter. His decision comes after a committee said that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his government have cleared policies and implemented decisions without following the process required for a Union Territory like the capital, which is in part controlled by the centre and the Lieutenant Governor, who is its representative.
  • April Snow, Heavy Rains Take Damaging Toll On Fruit Crops In Jammu And Kashmir
    Damages to trade, hotels, restaurants, horticulture and handicraft are the first to be noticed, but heavy rains and unseasonal snowfall have completely destroyed the fruit crops in the Valley. Farmer Bashir Ahmad's hopes have dashed to the ground. He was expecting a good yield this season. His daughter gets married next summer, but snowfall in the flowering season destroyed his pear orchard causing losses of over Rs 2 lakh.
  • Sholay's Ramgad To Be Recreated In 3D Near Bengaluru Only If It Doesn't Affect Wildlife
    The Karnataka government is trying to recreate the magic of Sholay through a 3D village in the rocky terrain of Ramanagaram, 50 km from Bengaluru, where the film was shot. The virtual village will bring alive the trailblazing characters through 3D printing and Virtual Reality (VR) technology. The Rs 7.5 crore-project to establish the village for cine lovers at Ramadevara Betta, that was popularly known as Ramgad in the film, may face objection from the forest department as the area surrounding the proposed site is a protected zone and part of the vulture sanctuary.

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