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Car driver thrashed by mob after road accident

Patrika Crossing and adjoining areas under Civil Lines police station after a mob thrashed a car driver involved in an accident with a motorcycle rider.Reports said a 19-year-old youth sustained serious injuries near Patrika crossing under Civil Lines police station after his motorcycle was hit by a speeding car. The locals caught the car driver and thrashed him before handing him over to the police....
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Allahabad

Spelling Bee stings Jaipur college girls

an inter-college competition ‘Spectrum-13’ organized at the Jaipur-based Biyani Girls College at Vidyadhar Nagar last week end, besides performing arts, this year a spelling competition was also included in the programme, reported Rajasthan Patrika. The chief guest at the two-day event, in which local colleges participated, was Praveen Nahata - a senior manager of Rajasthan Patrika.The news made me...
Source : Merinews |
Category : National

Alva wants media to put an end to paid news andamp; work for weak

Rajasthan Governor Margaret Alva has exhorted the media for putting an end to evil of paid news and taking care of the weak sections. Inaugurating the Patrika Key Note Conclave hosted by the Rajasthan Patrika Group of Newspapers on its 59th foundation day here today, Ms Alva spoke on Ideas, Ideals and Ideologies She said eternal values of truth, freedom and justice should inspire the media...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Rs 3,000-fine stops Kandahar hijack conspirator's release

A fine of Rs 3,000 is stopping the release of Bhupal Man Damai alias Yusuf Nepali, one of the three non-Pakistani conspirators behind the sensational hijacking of Indian Airlines flight IC-814 to Kandahar in December 1999.Nepali was to be released on Friday after jail authorities received the mandatory no-objection certificates from jails of other states where cases against him were lodged after Nepali's...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Patiala

Tunda, Bhatkal were arrested in Nepal, says report

terrorists Abdul Karim Tunda and Yasin Bhatkal were arrested here and handed over to Indian authorities, leading Nepali daily Kantipur said Friday. Nepal's officials have denied this.Bhaktal, the Indian Mujahideen co-founder, was arrested by Nepali security agencies Wednesday from the heart of Kathmandu and handed over at the Nepal-India border at Raxual, the report said.Quoting highly placed Nepali...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : National

Zonal commander of CPI(Maoist)arrested

Self styled Zonal commander of the Proscribed CPI (Maoist) Nepali Yadav has been arrested from Kolkata. Senior police superintendent of Gaya Nishant Tiwary said here today that acting on a tip off, a team of Gaya police conducted raid at a hide out in Kolkata, leading to arrest of self styled Zonal commander of the proscribed CPI(Maoist) Nepali Yadav from there. Nepali has been brought...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Nepali Congress takes lead over CPN-UML in Nepal polls

Nepali Congress (NC) won 98 seats while the CPN-UML bagged 88 out of the 226 seats declared so far.The Nepali Congress on Saturday took a narrow lead over the CPN-UML in polls to elect an assembly that will draft Nepal's new Constitution while the Maoists led by Prachanda were headed for a humiliating defeat.Nepali Congress (NC) won 98 seats while the CPN-UML bagged 88 out of the 226 seats declared...
Source : DNA |
Category : National | City : Mumbai

CPN-UML, NC in neck-and-neck fight in Nepal polls

CPN-UML and Nepali Congress were locked in a dead heat on Friday while the Maoists faced a rout in the election to choose an assembly that will draft Nepal's new Constitution and end the political turmoil in the country.The CPN-UML has so far bagged 58 seats out of the 130 seats declared so far while Nepali Congress has won in 53 constituencies.The Jhalanath Khanal-led CPN-UML and Nepali Congress headed...
Source : DDINews |
Category : International