Wednesday, Oct 01, 2014
Valmiki Colony residents put through police checks ahead of Modi’s visit

Valmiki Colony residents put through police checks ahead of Modi’s visit

Sources said on October 2, Modi is scheduled to arrive at the colony at 8.30 am and visit the quarters in Valmiki Sadan where Mahatma Gandhi had stayed.

Constable exam paper leak: Police identify source, 27 held

Constable exam paper leak: Police identify source, 27 held

Gorakh Nath, a worker at the press where the paper was printed, sneaked out a copy after hiding it in his shoe, say police.

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Mukesh Sharma’s brother, also an MLA, tenders apology, party yet to issue order.

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‘There’s no point in creating many committees... Instead more powers should be given to Municipal Corporation’.

Meeting in Mumbai today to take final call.

Mamata Banerjee's nephew asks if ban on narcotic substances behind students’ protest.

Chavan sent the proposal to preserve the Bhabha home as a national monument to state’s cultural affairs department.

Chhattisgarh HC lawyer told CJI she had swallowed napthalene balls before coming to court.

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Dutch DJ Hardwell’s performance in the city was laced with techno-takes, though the crowds didn’t seem as evolved

King of Remix

After three albums, the band is ready for their first India tour.

Kathak exponent Shovana Narayan on a new production that retells episodes from the life of Gautam Buddha.

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Delhi BJP leaders skip Haryana campaign

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Bowed to pressure from the influential on new Rao Tula flyover, says PWD
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Africans climbed police booth roof to escape mob
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Constable exam paper leak: Police identify source, 27 held
Constable exam paper leak: Police identify source, 27 held

Gorakh Nath, a worker at the press where the paper was printed, sneaked out a copy after hiding it in his shoe, say police.

Valmiki Colony residents put through police checks ahead of Modi’s visit
Valmiki Colony residents put through police checks ahead of Modi’s visit

Sources said on October 2, Modi is scheduled to arrive at the colony at 8.30 am and visit the quarters in Valmiki Sadan where Mahatma Gandhi had stayed.

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