Uttar Pradesh: 3 children die after mother gives them tea laced with poison in Ghazipur | Varanasi News –

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GHAZIPUR(UP): Three children died here after their mother allegedly gave them to drink tea laced with some poisonous substance following an argument with her husband, police said on Wednesday. According to the FIR, Sunita Yadav had come to her parents’ place at Dhadhani village following a dispute with her brother-in-law a week ago. Two days … Read more

Gujarat: 14 fishermen rescued by Indian Coast Guard from adrift boat off Valsad coast | Surat News –

Gujarat: 14 fishermen rescued by Indian Coast Guard from adrift boat off Valsad coast | Surat News - Times of India

SURAT: In a rescue operation undertaken in extreme weather and sea conditions Indian Coast Guard team from Daman airlifted 14 fishermen from a fishing boat Tulsi Devi off Valsad coast on Wednesday. The boat’s engine had failed on Tuesday within a few hours of it sailing and flooding in the boat was reported after which … Read more

AAP not in race, real Gujarat poll battle between Congress, BJP: Ashok Gehlot | Vadodara News –

AAP not in race, real Gujarat poll battle between Congress, BJP: Ashok Gehlot | Vadodara News - Times of India

VADODARA: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday sought to downplay the entry of Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) into the Gujarat poll arena and claimed the real battle will be fought between his party Congress and the ruling BJP. Expressing confidence about the Congress winning the Assembly polls due by the year-end, he … Read more

Dalit boy death in Rajasthan: Father took child to six hospitals over 23 days, but failed to save him | Jaipur News –

Dalit boy death in Rajasthan: Father took child to six hospitals over 23 days, but failed to save him | Jaipur News - Times of India

NEW DELHI: Treatment at six different hospitals over 23 days could not save the life of the nine-year-old Dalit boy who was allegedly thrashed by his school teacher in Rajasthan for touching a drinking water pot, according to information shared by the National Commission for Scheduled Caste. Indra Meghwal, a student of a private school … Read more

Bihar CM Nitish Kumar orders uninterrupted supply of power to farmers 16 hours a day | Patna News –

Bihar CM Nitish Kumar orders uninterrupted supply of power to farmers 16 hours a day | Patna News - Times of India

PATNA: Fearing a drought like situation in many parts of the state, CM Nitish Kumar on Wednesday asked officials to ensure uninterrupted supply of electricity to farmers for 16 hours a day. “The irrigation works become cheaper for farmers due to continuous availability of electricity,” he said while chairing a meeting of officials to review … Read more

Depiction Of Terrorist As A Muslim Stokes Row | Chandigarh News –

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Children stage a play as part of the sub-division Independence Day function at Bholat. JALANDHAR: Bholath MLA Sukhpal Singh Khaira on Tuesday took strong exception to stereotyping of Muslims as terrorists. He was reacting to the portrayal of a terrorist as a Muslim during the play staged by children during a sub-division-level Independence Day function … Read more

Uttar Pradesh: Molestation accused hangs self in Pilibhit | Bareilly News –

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Police are investigating the matter. (Photo for representative purpose only) PILIBHIT (UP): A man allegedly committed suicide on Wednesday hours after he was booked for molestation, police here said. Police have sent the body for a post mortem examination and started an investigation. Uday Veer Singh, SHO, Bar Kheda Police station, said, “One Ram Niwas … Read more

Noida: 3 former chief fire officers booked for providing NOC to Supertech’s Emerald Court | Noida News –

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The Supertech twin towers will be demolished on August 28. NOIDA: Three former chief fire officers (CFO) have been booked for allegedly providing a no objection certificate to Supertech’s Emerald Court in Noida, officials said on Wednesday. According to the police, the case has been registered based on the complaint by a senior fire official … Read more