Shamli Districts

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Over 2800 students fail to appear in UP Board exams

The Board has established 117 centres for conducting exams in the two districts.

50 died in Uttar Pradesh relief camps

The victims have either returned to their native place or have settled at other places, confirmed Shamli ADM Pratap Singh Bhaduri.

CM in damage-control mode, lines up riot victims to media

On Wednesday, a group of riot victims from Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts were brought before the media.

Man who deposed against ‘Lashkar’ imams claims they spent night at his home after riots

Hafeez Rashidi and Shahid visited the home of Liaquat Ali in Kulehri village.

Akhilesh assures safety of life to camp inmates

The affected people were satisfied with the relief provided by the state government.

Saifai top destination for SP govt: CM made 46 trips,Shivpal 51

Minister Shivpal Yadav used the state government’s planes for 51 trips to Saifai.

Relief camps in very bad state,Akhilesh must act: Rahul Gandhi

Rahul said UP CM need to focus on relief camps and mediate between two communities.

Child rights protection panel not yet functional

The government issued a notification for the constitution of the SCPCR on November 29 but is yet to promulgate its rules and appoint its chairperson and members.

After SC rap,UP forms panel to probe child deaths in relief camps

17 deaths,including that of five newborns,have been reported at relief camps in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts.

Post-riots,two Muslims,1 Jat get cabinet berths

Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav bestowed minister of state status to two Muslim and one Jat leader from western Uttar Pradesh.

Muzaffarnagar riots: For Rs 5 lakh,900 families give up their right to return home

The Uttar Pradesh govt offers one-time compensation in return for signed affidavits.

UP govt: Rs 5 lakh assistance for 1,800 displaced Muslim families

The state has released Rs 90 crore to be distributed among 1,800 families belonging to nine villages of two districts.

38,000 in relief camps,most not ready to return home

While many of them have since shifted to their relatives’ places.