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Rajesh Kalia new Chandigarh Mayor: Once a ragpicker, now First Citizen

Kalia joined Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh in 1984 and later helped the BJP in the 1996 Municipal Corporation Chandigarh elections.

Chandigarh: BJP’s Rajesh Kalia wins, promises to make City more Beautiful

Kalia said in the last few days he was being projected as a terrorist, he vowed to wash off his taint by working for the city.

Mumbai: On-duty policemen beaten up in Kalyan, Palghar

In Kalyan, a police constable, identified as Ravindra Hadal (32), was beaten up by four people, including a minor, on Wednesday.

Chandigarh: Three get 3-year jail term for obstructing, assaulting cops

The case pertains to November 11, 2011, when a team of Chandigarh and Delhi Police had arrived at the district court in Chandigarh to produce Jagtar Singh Hawara and Paramjit Singh Bheora in connection with the Burail jail break case of 2004.

Mumbai: With promise of hefty loan, policeman’s 23-year-old son duped of over Rs 6 lakh

According to police officials, the incident took place between September 2017 and July 2018, following which Mayur Kadam submitted a complaint application, which was converted into an FIR last week, at the Worli police station.

HC asks Punjab, Haryana DGPs to spell plan to curb drink driving

Taking a strong note of the drink drviing issue, a division bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court has also asked the DGPs to provide the district-wise number of breath-analyzers and alcohol sensors available in the two states.

Mumbai: Three more FIRs lodged in fake surety scam

In October last year, eight members of a gang based in Chembur were arrested for allegedly providing fake personal identity documents, school and college marksheets and leaving certificates, proof of employment on letterheads of companies and forged copies of police verification of addresses.

Bi-weekly Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani: All seats booked in 5 hours

The train will start plying between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) station and Hazrat Nizamuddin in Delhi from Saturday.

Who’s reading what: Amit Desai

"My pick on books has a wide range. When I am stressed, I read Jeffrey Archer, a couple of years ago, I was reading Digital Age written by Eric Schmidt, where he sees the world with digitisation and the impact of digitisation across countries and what it means for governments," says Amit Desai.

Randeep Singh Surjewala: On campaign trail in Jind, a personal connect

As in-charge of AICC's communication wing, Surjewala takes on Modi government at Centre on issues such as Rafale aircraft deal, unemployment and debt burdened farmers, but in door-to-door programme he focuses on personal touch.

Partymen told Rahul, let Jind bypoll be litmus test, field our best candidate: Randeep Singh Surjewala

All India Congress Committee (AICC) communications wing in-charge Randeep Singh Surjewala’s entry to the Jind bypoll has turned the last election before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls interesting.