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Several trains delayed, cancelled

KANPUR: North Central Railways (NCR) have announced cancellation of a number of trains following foggy weather conditions and long delays. Train no. 13008 (Udyan Abha Toofan express), running between Sri Ganganagar and Howarh, was cancelled on ... Times of India, 1 month ago

THE ROYAL COMMONER

This descendant of the Darbhanga dynasty of Bihar believes that historians have ignored the good deeds of her ancestors. The 33-year-old says that family fortunes began to decline from the time of her grandfather Visheshwar Singh CHANGE: Kumud ...
 Open1 month ago

Fog in North delays 20 flights, 8 trains in city

AHMEDABAD: Dense fog in northern parts of country and congestion in traffic continued to torment the passengers on Wednesday as 20 flights and eight trains were delayed in city. As many as 11 flights to and from Delhi were delayed by 50 mins to 3.5 ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Thalassemia centre to come up at DMCH

Darbhanga: In a huge reprieve to thalassemic patients of this area, the state government has given clearance for establishment of a Thalassemia Centre (TC) in the DMCH and for this Rs 3.5 crore has also been released. DMCH will be the second TC ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Moderate tremor hits Bihar, North Bengal and Sikkim

New Delhi, Dec 19 - A moderate tremor measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale shook various parts of Bihar, North Bengal and Sikkim on Thursday night. According to reports, the earthquake, which struck the country at around 9.00 pm, had its epicenter in ...
 Topnews.in1 month ago
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Security threats to India in 2015

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Strengthening rapid response capabilities is key to meeting the challenge As India strives to emerge as a strong regional power it faces formidable security challenges in the New Year, which may ...
 The Hindu4 days ago

Delhi Police reunites 35 runaway children with their families

Police has found four more kids staying in children's homes and has sent them to their families. With this figure, police have so far reunited 35 children with their families under its operation 'Milap', launched three weeks ago. Police said that in ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
Outlook India

Battlefield Banaras

Gandhi liked to say that India lives in her villages. Seeing cities as emblematic of the avarice of modern civilisation, he founded two rural settlements in South Africa and two more in India. Yet one of the many paradoxes of Gandhi's own life was ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago

National Investigating Agency traces Bihar link to Bengaluru blast, 1 held

A team of National Investigating Agency (NIA) officials started tracking suspected terrorists in Bihar on Wednesday in connection with the Church Street blast in Bengaluru that had killed a woman. The anti-terrorist squad has already picked up a person on ...
 Asian Age4 weeks ago NIA traces Bihar link to Bengaluru blast, 1 held  Asian Age4 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Verdict out, questions abound

LN Mishra Patna, Dec. 8: The verdict pronounced in the case pertaining to the murder of Lalit Narayan Mishra almost 40 years after his assassination has come as a disappointment to the slain leader's family members and associates, who say the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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