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On the run for 4 years, wanted gangster arrested

NEW DELHI: Anil Leela, who topped the Delhi Police's 'most wanted' list for four years, has finally been arrested. A team of crime branch personnel nabbed him following a dramatic encounter in Dwarka on Friday. A former student of Motilal Nehru ... Times of India, 6 days ago

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MLA inaugurates All India Exhibition of Paintings

Excelsior Correspondent Bharat Bhushan, along with Director Tourism during an inaugural function of painting exhibition at Jammu on Thursday. JAMMU, Oct 9: An All India Exhibition of Paintings was inaugurated by Bharat Bhushan, MLA, Raipur ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 weeks ago

Patna stampede Govt transfers four top doctors

The Bihar government Tuesday suspended the superintendent of the Patna Medical College Hospital (PMCH) Dr Lakhendra Prasad and slapped show-cause notices on PMCH doctors Dr Vishwendra Kumar Sinha, Dr Ajit Bahadur Singh and Dr Ajit Singh for ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Patna stampede: Govt transfers four top doctors  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

Various organizations pay tributes to Gandhi, launch Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

Excelsior Correspondent Pakistan Rangers clean their posts after seeing BSF jawans at R S Pura tidying up their posts at Octroi in Suchetgarh Sector. JAMMU, Oct 2: Several political, social and Government organizations today celebrated Gandhi ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago

Ad hoc teachers outnumber regulars in DU

NEW DELHI: It seems it's the ad hoc teachers, not the permanent faculty who are running the show in most of the Delhi University colleges. Right from teaching, conducting exams and evaluating answer-scripts, the varsity is very much dependent on the ...
 Times of India1 month ago

India Matters: No Way Out For Suzuki Workers

Click to Expand & Play Gurgaon : At the district and sessions courts in Gurgaon, we hear a whistle. It's the signal for the side gates to open so that the police can take 147 Maruti Suzuki workers into the courtroom. A criminal trial is going on ...
 NDTV1 month ago

AISA cuts into NSUI's vote bank, inches ahead

NEW DELHI: All India Students' Association has proved that its performance in the Delhi University Students' Union elections last year was no fluke. It has done even better this time. In 2013, the highest number of votes won by an AISA candidate was ...
 Times of India1 month ago

DU admission racket busted with trio's arrest

The Crime Branch of the Delhi Police has busted a fake admission racket involving three persons who allegedly helped students secure seats in a prestigious college of on the basis of forged documents. According to a crime branch officer, a total ...
 India Today1 month ago

Robbers strike at Mohali

Loot gold jewellery worth Rs 11 lakh, cash from house at gunpoint Tribune News Servic Mohali, August 19 In a broad daylight robbery, three masked miscreants looted about 410 gm of gold jewellery, worth around Rs 11 lakh, and Rs 10,000 at gunpoint ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 months ago

Educational institutions celebrate Independence Day

Excelsior Correspondent Prof MPS Ishar, JU VC and Prof Devanand, Incharge VC of CUJ, taking salute after flag hoisting ceremony during Independence Day celebration at their respective institutions. JAMMU, Aug 17: The 68th Independence Day of ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 months ago
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