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Five men attack courier delivery man on train, loot valuables worth Rs 50 lakh

According to police, Praveen Rajput, a resident of Gayetri building on M G Road in Vaslad who works as a delivery man with Amrut Kantilal, a local courier company, was on way to the head office in Surat by train.

Jadavpur teachers condemn attack on JNU students

JUTA general secretary Partha Pratim Ray criticised the JNU administration for refusing to initiate dialogue with the students and denying the elected students' union to act as a legitimate voice.

Governor greeted with black flags by ‘TMC’, says protest on expected lines

Dhankhar said the reception was on the expected lines considering that ruling party leaders are “making comments” against him. He accused the state government of controlling his movement by denying him a helicopter for the event.

Will never allow NRC implementation in Bengal: Mamata’s sharp rebuke to Shah

Addressing a public meeting at Sagardighi in Murshidabad district, Banerjee said nobody can take anyone’s citizenship away and make that person a refugee.

Home Guard scam: Top official among 5 held

The arrests were made a day after two to three-year-old muster rolls (attendance logs) were found burnt — in an apparent attempt to destroy evidence — inside the Gautam Buddh Nagar district Home Guard commandant’s office in Greater Noida.

Delhi: From today, fine on vacant plots with construction waste, garbage

Officials said MCD deputy commissioners from all zones would lead teams to identify such vacant plots.

Delhi defends health scheme in High Court

Delhi government’s additional standing counsel Sanjoy Ghose, who filed the affidavit, said, “Delhi’s residents are not provided the benefits of Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojna...” like other states and UTs.

Told to get bag checked at court, man attacks advocate, flees

Saifi sustained injuries to his head and left-hand index finger. The man fled the court premises after the incident, Saifi claimed.

Delhi: Rides made free, jump in number of women taking DTC bus

On October 30, 35% of the total DTC ridership was made up of women, while the share was 27% in the case of cluster buses. Delhi has 3,781 DTC and 1,900 cluster buses.

Gurgaon doctor ‘kills herself’, FIR names husband, his kin

Sonam Motis, an anaesthetist at Fortis hospital in Gurgaon, was found lying on the floor of her room, Gurgaon Police PRO Subhash Boken said, adding that police are probing the contents of pill bottles found nearby.

Unauthorised colonies: Bill in Parliament winter session

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday approved the proposal to introduce the National Capital Territory of Delhi (Recognition of Property Rights of Residents in Unauthorised Colonies) Bill, 2019 during the Winter Session.

Delhi metro wants 15,000 e-autos for last-mile, has approached SC

The Metro’s first-of-its-kind plan to induct battery-operated three-wheelers on a large scale has come against the backdrop of its decision to scrap five tenders, floated to procure 422 low-floor MIDI buses for its feeder bus fleet.