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Biweekly Train: Kalka-Katra train all set to start plying from June 2

Biweekly Train: Kalka-Katra train all set to start plying from June 2

Railway Minister will flag off inaugural run of the train today.

High Court stays service termination orders of PA of former DC Shayin

High Court stays service termination orders of PA of former DC Shayin

The court was apprised that Malik had been the regular employee of the Indian Red Cross Society since 1996.

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The one-of-its-kind dining car was removed earlier in March and replaced with a normal pantry car.

The function was organised by West Bengal Urdu Academy, to commemorate Mohammad Iqbal, widely known as Allama Iqbal.

Areeb, along with three others had reportedly gone abroad and joined the Islamic State (IS).

The violence in Atali began Monday evening, the flashpoint of a five-year dispute over the construction of a mosque.

Railway Minister will flag off inaugural run of the train today.

The civic body on June 13 last year had announced Swarbhaskar award in the name of Pt Bhimsen Joshi for Atre.

The cancellations have led to many things such as inability to access the IRCTC site, failure to complete the transaction, and long waiting time.

<p>A quick clean-up job at Atali Village, but most villagers stay on at police station</p>

<p>Project involving around 500 structures would require budget of Rs 100 crore.</p>

<p>Second lowest pass percentage for Mumbai division; state pass percentage up 10.08 per cent</p>

<p>Police sources said the three accused were acquaintances of the victim’s husband.</p>

<p>At the meeting, Parrikar seemed keen to alleviate the miseries of the Bopkhel residents.</p>

Sena leader Haji Arafat Shaikh hopes move will send a positive message

Offline registration will begin from June 5. The first admission list by colleges will be put up on June 25, followed by six more lists.

Debapriya had allegedly broken traffic rules in an inebriated condition and assaulted a traffic constable.

Most Muslims in Atali homeless, still camping at police station

Delhi High Court directed the NDMC to not sign contract for award of tender for the proposed “smart poles” till it hears detailed arguments in a plea filed by Reliance Jio.

Kejriwal says: If we took some money and gave some upstairs, MHA notification would not have come

The plea challenging the validity of Tomar’s undergraduate and LLB degrees was filed in February this year by advocate Santosh Kumar Sharma before the High Court.

<p>Hamza Momin (17) from Pune is confident of making it to the final list of students and achieve what his father did not.</p>

<p>The court said there was nothing in the police report to justify apprehension of a law and order situation, although people from two religions were involved.</p>

<p>While three of them are students of classes III, IV and V, the fourth had dropped out of school last year.</p>

<p>The hawkers had been disallowed from doing business at the station for the past several months.</p>

<p>Construction work for their relocation stalled over green nod, rental compensation yet to be cleared by civic body</p>

<p>MP, PCMC to plead with Parrikar to help reopen route to Dapodi</p>

<p>The proposal to start the Tithi Bhojan scheme in all other states across the country was also cleared by an empowered committee of the mid-day meal scheme at a meeting chaired by HRD Minister Smriti Irani in October last year.</p>

<p>The state government has raised the insurance cover from Rs 250 crore to Rs 1,600 crore.</p>

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