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  • Three Die of Asphyxiation in Delhi

    Three Die of Asphyxiation in Delhi

    Three persons died of asphyxiation while another is critical in a hospital, after they had lit a coal fire to keep themselves warm during the night at the residence of a businessman in South Delhi's Hauz Khas area where they used to work.

  • Cash That Fell From a Van in Kolkata Recovered in Bihar

    Cash That Fell From a Van in Kolkata Recovered in Bihar

    In a joint operation, Bihar Police and West Bengal Police today recovered around Rs 1.7 crore belonging to HDFC Bank from three villages of Jamui district and arrested 10 persons in this connection.

  • Caught on Camera: BJP Leader, Aides Thrashing Private Company Staff in Madhya Pradesh

    Caught on Camera: BJP Leader, Aides Thrashing Private Company Staff in Madhya Pradesh

    BJP leader Gagnendra Singh and his supporters were caught on camera purportedly thrashing five people working at a franchise of a major vehicle manufacturing firm in Satna, after they refused to give him some spare parts on credit and asked him to cl...

  • 45 Detonators Seized, Minor Boy Injured in Blast

    45 Detonators Seized, Minor Boy Injured in Blast

    The police today recovered 45 detonators from a house in a locality under Adampur Police Station area in Bihar's Bhagalpur even as a minor boy sustained injuries while fiddling with one of the detonators, a police officer said.

  • BSF Returns Pakistani Child Who Had Accidentally Crossed Border

    BSF Returns Pakistani Child Who Had Accidentally Crossed Border

    In a humanitarian gesture, a four-year-old Pakistani boy, who had mistakenly crossed over to India, was returned to his parents by the Border Security Force (BSF), officials said in Ahmedabad today.

  • Centre to Bring Heritage Conservation Scheme for 12 Cities

    Centre to Bring Heritage Conservation Scheme for 12 Cities

    The Centre would soon launch a Rs 500 crore scheme for conservation of heritage and development of 12 cities across the country, Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said in Hyderabad today.

  • Tibetans to Vote For The First Time in Delhi Assembly Elections

    Tibetans to Vote For The First Time in Delhi Assembly Elections

    Marking a first in the national capital, children of Tibetan refugees born in India between the cut-off date of 1950 and 1987, would be eligible for enrollment in the voters' list for the Delhi Assembly elections, Election Commission officials said.

  • Pet Dog Saves Man From Home Fire

    Pet Dog Saves Man From Home Fire

    A 'hero' dog in the US has been credited with saving its owner's life after the canine nudged the man awake when his house was on fire.

  • Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar to Announce Schemes on 'Good Governance Day'

    Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar to Announce Schemes on 'Good Governance Day'

    Asserting that his government is committed to eliminating corruption and providing a transparent administration, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said that a number of schemes will be launched to mark 'Good Governance Day' on December...

  • Cold, Foggy Conditions Continue in Uttar Pradesh

    Cold, Foggy Conditions Continue in Uttar Pradesh

    Cold and foggy conditions continued to prevail in Uttar Pradesh, with Nazibabad recording the lowest minimum temperature of the state at 1.5 degree Celsius.

  • Stephen Constantine May Get Second Stint as India's Football Coach

    Stephen Constantine May Get Second Stint as India's Football Coach

    Stephen Constatine, who coached India between 2002 and 2005, is in the race with Kiwi Ricki Herbert to take over from Dutchman Wim Koevermans. Australian Scott O'Donnell has also been recommnded by a Bhaichung Bhutia-led panel to over the mantle of A...

  • Two Militants Killed in Encounter in Assam

    Two Militants Killed in Encounter in Assam

    Two NDFB-Sonbijit militants were killed in an encounter with a joint police and army team in lower Assam's Chirang district today, a police official said.

  • Now, A Bullet That Can Change Direction Mid-Air: Report

    Now, A Bullet That Can Change Direction Mid-Air: Report

    The US military has tested a 'smart' bullet that can change direction mid-air after it has been fired to hit its target.

  • Grand Metro Museum Coming Up at Shastri Park

    Grand Metro Museum Coming Up at Shastri Park

    The Delhi Metro Museum, touted as South Asia's 'first modern Metro Museum', is set to get a dedicated complex at northeast Delhi's Shastri Park that would serve the twin purpose of "entertainment and education".

  • Navi Mumbai International Airport to Be Operation by 2019: Devendra Fadnavis

    Navi Mumbai International Airport to Be Operation by 2019: Devendra Fadnavis

    Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has said that the proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport will be operational by 2019.

  • Google Plans to Open Own Campus in Hyderabad

    Google Plans to Open Own Campus in Hyderabad

    Internet giant Google plans to open its own "permanent and big" campus in Hyderabad and is set to sign an Memorandum of Understanding with Telangana government shortly to take up the venture.

  • Global Artist Village to Come Up in Kerala

    Global Artist Village to Come Up in Kerala

    Artists from the country and abroad will soon be able live and work together at an 'artist village' of global standards in Kannur District.

  • Congress Leader Sanjay Singh's Son Joins BJP

    Congress Leader Sanjay Singh's Son Joins BJP

    Anant Vikram Singh, son of Congress leader Sanjay Singh, today joined BJP along with his supporters.

  • DU Researchers Develop Haemoglobin-Based Blood Substitute

    DU Researchers Develop Haemoglobin-Based Blood Substitute

    Unavailability of blood in emergency situations such as accidents or battlefield trauma will no longer be a problem as a Delhi University department has claimed to have developed a safe and portable blood substitute which can be used irrespective of ...

  • Special Court Verdict in Satyam Case Likely on December 23

    Special Court Verdict in Satyam Case Likely on December 23

    Days after Satyam founder B Ramalinga Raju was convicted in SFIO cases, a special court here is expected to pronounce its verdict on Tuesday in the multi-crore accounting fraud in the erstwhile Satyam Computer Services Limited (SCSL), capping a nearl...

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