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Home buyers lose Rs 36 cr in fraud

A real estate firm owner was arrested for swindling over 1,500 prospective property buyers to the tune of Rs 36 crore. Manoj Bhardwaj, 41, chairman and managing director of city based real estate company Arun Dev Builders Ltd, was booked for selling flats in ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago

Play dates go up, thanks to new Mandi House Metro line

Metro ke side effects - the new connectivity of Mandi House to C-Sec is bringing more people to watch plays The new Mandi House Metro station has solved a lot of commuting hassles, but it has also had quite a cultural side effect. Ever since the ...
 Times of India5 days ago
Millennium Post

Civil services aspirants hold ground, 1 tries immolation

Despite being lathicharged and some of them getting arrested after the Thursday commotion, hundreds of UPSC aspirants continued their protest against CSAT in the national capital. On Friday, around 235 protesters were detained by the police at ...
 Millennium Post6 days ago
Times of India

Kaka's last appearance

Posted On Sunday, June 29, 2014 at 02:20:56 AM A still from Riyasat The Phenomenon' will return to cinemas one last time. Riyasat, the last film Rajesh Khanna shot for before his demise on July 18, 2012, will finally release on his ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago Rajesh Khanna's last film to release on his second death anniversary  Times of India1 month ago
Kangla Online

Manas Maisnam won the Special Jury Appreciation award in cartoon competition

congratulates Manas Maisnam for his Special Jury award. KanglaOnline's cartoonist Manas Maisnam has been awarded with Special Jury Appreciation Award for his cartoon on the Tarun Tejpal episode. The award distribution function of Maya Kamath ...
 Kangla Online1 month ago

Jaitley defends fare hike

Defending the steep hike in rail fare and freight rates as a 'difficult but correct decision', Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said the railways can survive only if users pay for availing of facilities. "The passenger services ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago
Indian Express

SP, BJP workers clash in Lucknow over rail fare hike; protests across Uttar Pradesh

Congress supporters protesting the proposed hike in railway fares in front of Vidhan Sabha in Lucknow. (Source: PTI) Summary Protests were also witnessed in Allahabad, Varanas, Kanpur and Mathura. Several people were injured and many ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Protesters Block Railway Tracks, Burn PM Effigy to Protest  New Indian Express1 month ago Rail Fare Hike: Protesters Block Tracks, Burn PM Effigy in UP  Outlook India1 month ago Protesters block railway tracks burn PM effigy to protest rail fare hike  Glos Wielkopolski1 month ago

Governor Honours 'Inspired Indians'

BANGALORE: Despite having several broken bones, when 24-year-old Dhanya Ravi took the microphone, her bright smile, indomitable spirit and grit won the hearts of the exclusive audience at the Annual Inspired Indian Foundation (IIF) Awards -2014 held ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
Friday Gurgaon

Our Southern Suburb

The massive turnout witnessed in the Badshahpur Assembly constituency in the recent elections was also on account of the anger of the residents against the Congress government and the sitting MLA. Residents living in the HUDA sectors, private ...
 Friday Gurgaon1 month ago
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