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Mumbai: Domestic help held for stealing from former HC judge’s house

According to the police, the theft took place on Thursday when former judge, Justice Abhay Thipsay, along with his family, had gone out while leaving the accused, Leena More (40), alone in their Khar (West) house.

Not satisfied by Maharashtra CM’s assurances, farmers to go ahead with march

The farmers would go ahead with the march from Nashik to Mumbai as planned on February 20. They will reach Mumbai on February 27 during the Budget Session of the state legislature. The Budget Session is slated to begin on February 25.

Parents of govt students to get a letter from Arvind Kejriwal

The letters begin: “Respected [parent’s name]. How is [child’s name] studies going? I am very concerned about [child’s name] studies. We have done a lot of work to make education in schools good.”

MCDs offer amnesty schemes for property tax defaulters

North Delhi Municipal Corporation mayor Adesh Gupta said the scheme will cover defaulters who have not filed property tax since April 2004. The East and South have also announced the same.

Pulwama attack: Thousands in Kolkata bid farewell with flags, flowers & candles

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee led a candle march from Hazra crossing in south Kolkata to the statue of Mahatma Gandhi on Mayo Road.

Protest outside concert in Gurgaon

Rajeev Mittal, national general secretary of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Kranti Dal, said the protest began at 7 pm outside the concert venue at Leisure Valley Park, and continued for an hour.

New Gurgaon bus service route to touch key stops

This is the third route of the service to be launched since its inauguration last September. Of the other two routes, one connects Palam Vihar with Ghata village, while the other is meant for commuters travelling along the HUDA City Centre loop.

Pulwama attack last attempt of ISI to hit at Indian interest: Ex-police chief

"Even in the Valley, terrorism was being brought under control, almost the last groups or modules of terrorists were being killed, and this one event has upset the entire balance,” Neeraj Kumar said.

Delhi: L-G Baijal presses on need to bolster security

Baijal also stressed on the need for people’s participation in ensuring safety and security, so that their self-confidence gets a boost.

Delhi health dept under scanner for dengue pamphlets

A committee formed by the Director General of Health Services (DGHS) in 2018 has concluded that the supply order of 30 lakh pamphlets, printed during that period, was issued without seeking necessary approvals.

Malegaon ex-MLA Mufti Ismail wants Muslim regiment in Army to take on Pakistan

Two days after 40 CRPF personnel were killed in a terror attack in Kashmir, Ismail said that if the government accepts his demand, he will raise a force of 25,000 Muslim men who can be absorbed in this regiment.

Mock poll drill for first-time voters at Delhi University

Delhi’s Chief Election Officer Ranbir Singh appealed to students to “increase the electors of 18-19 years from the low number of 1 lakh to at least 6 lakh by the active and effective contribution of students”.