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PCI team meets Shahjahanpur scribe's relatives

BAREILLY: A three-member Press Council of India team met the family members of the slain journalist, Jagendra Singh, on Tuesday and heard their grievances. The family members, including the wife and kids, have been sitting on an indefinite dharna ... Times of India, 1 week ago

Scribe's murder: Akhilesh may sack accused minister

LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav is set to dismiss his minister Ram Murti Singh Verma, who is accused of Shahjahanpur-based journalist Jagendra Singh's murder. At a closed door meeting with the Samajwadi Party top brass here on ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Scribe murder: SP Govt backs accused Minister  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Journalist death: No ground to remove Verma from ministry says Ram Gopal

Screenshot of Jagendra Singh's Facebook page. While Governor Ram Naik and Samajwadi Party MLA Ravidas Mehrotra have written to the chief minister demanding a probe into the alleged murder of Shahjahanpur-based journalist Jagendra Singh, SP's ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago

Minister inspects road construction at Raisen

ster of State for Social Justice Krishna Pal Gurjar inspected rural roads constructed under various schemes at village Deewanganj and Parwariya in Raisen district on Saturday. He was accompanied by Haryana's PWD Minister Narbir Singh. He inspected ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago


A newspaper agency for ₹5,000 is often what it takes to become a reporter in a town where journalism is largely a racket. With the arrival of news pages on social media, independent reporters like Jagendra Singh, who was burned alive this month, ...
 Hindu Business Line3 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

On Yoga Day, India set 2 new Guinness Records with 35,985

New Delhi : India on Sunday set two new Guinness World Records for Yoga with 35,985 participants performing asanas at one venue and as many as 84 nationalities joining in the official observation of International Yoga Day on Rajpath here. "It is a ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago

States stretch too to mark first Yoga Day

New Delhi: Launching of new initiatives to popularise yoga and mass demonstrations where dignitaries participated with common people marked the first International Yoga Day celebrations across the states today. States ruled by BJP and its allies ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago

Tucker tapes

American-born clarinetist and music composer Shankar Tucker on his upcoming debut album Filament, his love for Indian classical music and more. In 2007, when Shankar Tucker was attempting to play Indian classical music on his clarinet on a beach ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Mere naming a person in FIR doesn't prove his involvement in crime : Ram Gopal

position pressure is mounting on the Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to sack a minister who is named in FIR in connection with death of a scribe, Samajwadi Party Government came to the rescue of Ram Murti Singh Verma saying mere naming a person in FIR ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

2 home guards arrested for robbery

KANPUR: Police arrested three persons, including two police home guards, here on Monday who, in the past few months had robbed several people, including a lonely women in different pockets of the City.The three accused have been identified as Qamar ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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