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Water Supply To Be Affected In Parts Of Central Delhi

Water Supply To Be Affected In Parts Of Central Delhi

Press Trust of India | Monday June 17, 2024, New Delhi

Water supply will be affected in parts of Lutyens' Delhi since the Tilak Marg and Bengali Market underground water reservoirs are receiving less water from the Delhi Jal Board, NDMC officials said on Monday.

Speaker To Be Named On June 26, Odisha, Andhra Leaders On List: Sources

Speaker To Be Named On June 26, Odisha, Andhra Leaders On List: Sources

Reported by Vasudha Venugopal, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Monday June 17, 2024, New Delhi

The government is likely to name the Speaker of the Lok Sabha on June 26 -- two days after parliament convenes, sources have told NDTV.

Driver Praised For Halting Goods Train, Saving Lives Of 10 Lions On Track

Driver Praised For Halting Goods Train, Saving Lives Of 10 Lions On Track

Press Trust of India | Monday June 17, 2024, Bhavnagar

The incident took place when Mukesh Kumar Meena was piloting the goods train from Pipavav Port station to a siding, a release from Western Railway's Bhavnagar division said.

Opposition Targets Government Over Bengal Train Accident, Minister Responds

Opposition Targets Government Over Bengal Train Accident, Minister Responds

NDTV News Desk | Monday June 17, 2024, New Delhi

The Bengal train accident that took place this morning, heralded the return of a wrathful Opposition, fresh from its massively improved performance in the recently concluded general election.

Son Of Senior Cop Hit By Speeding Luxury Car In Rajasthan, Injured: Police

Son Of Senior Cop Hit By Speeding Luxury Car In Rajasthan, Injured: Police

Press Trust of India | Monday June 17, 2024, Jaipur

The son of a senior police officer was injured after being hit by a speeding luxury car in Rajasthan's Udaipur, police said on Monday.

Evacuation Of 1,200 Stranded Tourists Begins From Rain-Hit Sikkim

Evacuation Of 1,200 Stranded Tourists Begins From Rain-Hit Sikkim

Written by Ratnadip Choudhury | Monday June 17, 2024, Chungthang, Sikkim

The very-much delayed evacuation of 1,200 stranded tourists in rain-hit Sikkim's Chungthang began from Toong via Mangan through roads today afternoon.

Amit Shah Chairs High-Level Manipur Security Review Meeting

Amit Shah Chairs High-Level Manipur Security Review Meeting

Written by Neeta Sharma | Monday June 17, 2024

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday chaired a high-level meeting in the national capital to review the security situation in the conflict-hit Manipur.

'Son Still Sends Voice Messages To Him': Wife Of Army Colonel Killed In J&K

'Son Still Sends Voice Messages To Him': Wife Of Army Colonel Killed In J&K

Press Trust of India | Monday June 17, 2024, Anantnag

Seven-year-old Kabir remains unaware of the harsh reality that his father will never return and the young boy relentlessly sends voice messages to Colonel Manpreet Singh's number pleading with him to come back.

Man Arrested For Smuggling Gold Jumps From 6th Floor Office In Nagpur, Dies

Man Arrested For Smuggling Gold Jumps From 6th Floor Office In Nagpur, Dies

Press Trust of India | Monday June 17, 2024, Nagpur

A man held for allegedly smuggling gold ended his life by jumping off the sixth floor office of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence in the CGO Complex in Nagpur, a police official said on Monday.

Severe Heatwave Conditions Likely Tomorrow In Delhi, Haryana, UP, Bihar

Severe Heatwave Conditions Likely Tomorrow In Delhi, Haryana, UP, Bihar

NDTV News Desk | Monday June 17, 2024, New Delhi

Severe heat wave conditions are likely to prevail in parts of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Punjab, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said in its latest update.

3 Arrested For Repeatedly Raping 3 Minor Sisters In Maharashtra's Palghar: Cops

3 Arrested For Repeatedly Raping 3 Minor Sisters In Maharashtra's Palghar: Cops

Press Trust of India | Monday June 17, 2024, Palghar

Three people were arrested for allegedly raping three minor sisters in Maharashtra's Palghar district, a police official said on Monday.

Opposition To Get A Leader In Lok Sabha, But It May Not Be Rahul Gandhi

Opposition To Get A Leader In Lok Sabha, But It May Not Be Rahul Gandhi

Reported by Sunil Prabhu, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Monday June 17, 2024, New Delhi

Congress's Rahul Gandhi, widely expected to shoulder the responsibilities of the Leader of the Opposition in the 18th Lok Sabha, is not inclined to take up the post, sources in the party have confided.

Delhi-Bengal IndiGo Flight Delayed 2 Hours Due To "High Ground Temperatures"

Delhi-Bengal IndiGo Flight Delayed 2 Hours Due To "High Ground Temperatures"

Reported by Vedanta Agarwal, Edited by Divyam Sharma | Monday June 17, 2024

An IndiGo flight from Delhi to Bagdogra has been delayed for over two hours at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in the national capital.

Manipur's Only Remaining Lifeline Blocked, Huge Challenge For Top Cop

Manipur's Only Remaining Lifeline Blocked, Huge Challenge For Top Cop

NDTV News Desk | Monday June 17, 2024, Imphal/Guwahati

Nearly 60 trucks carrying fuel, medicine, baby food and other essentials are stranded on Manipur's second lifeline (National Highway 37) that connects the state capital Imphal with Cachar in Assam, after protesters from the Kuki tribes.

Video: BJP's Pankaja Munde Weeps Over Death By Suicide Of 4 Party Workers

Video: BJP's Pankaja Munde Weeps Over Death By Suicide Of 4 Party Workers

Reported by Sujata Dwivedi | Monday June 17, 2024, New Delhi

"Don't give up on life" - this was BJP leader Pankaja Munde's message to her supporters after four party workers died by suicide allegedly following her defeat in the recently-concluded Lok Sabha elections.

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