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Hospital staff attempts to rape medico

An employee of a private hospital in Ghaziabad allegedly attempted rape on a medical student who was on night shift, the police said on Monday.

Class 10 girl gangraped in Noida hotel, three arrested

A 16-year-old girl was allegedly gangraped by a college student and his two associates in a hotel in Noida, the police said on Thursday.

Two killed, 2 others hurt in road mishap in Ghaziabad

Two persons were killed and two others received severe injuries when their speeding car hit a stationary truck on G.T. Road here, the police said.

Pump staff shot for following government rule

A petrol pump salesman was shot at and cash worth `40,000 looted by a trio of bikers here, after they were refused the fuel for not wearing safety helmets.

It’s Suresh Raina’s turn to take the broom

Suresh Raina takes part in a cleanliness drive in Ghaziabad on Wednesday. — PTI

After being nominated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan”, India batsman Suresh Raina joined the initiative by starting the cleanliness drive on Wednesday in his home town

Congress demands FIR against Kumar Vishwas

The Congress on Saturday demanded registration of an FIR against AAP leader Kumar Vishwas for allegedly submitting forged no-objection certificate (NOC) for procuring passport.

Two charred to death in blaze

Two youth were charred to death and another sustained serious burn injuries when a fire engulfed their rented house at Sanjay Nagar locality in Ghaziabad, the police said on Saturday.

Youth rapes teen, arrested

A 25-year-old youth was arrested on Sunday for allegedly sexually exploiting a teenage girl for more than a year in Rajeev Garden Colony of Loni area.

Gangman on tracks run over in Ghaziabad

A speeding EMU train killed a railway gangman working on tracks under the Mohan Nagar over-bridge near here on Monday.

Man hangs himself in Ghaziabad

A 28-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself after his wife refused to return from her paternal house.

Sweet are the uses of bonhomie. All that jocular stuff between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama during the latter’s visit to India this week was a clincher.

I am happy that we have more tigers today than yesterday. But I am not happy that, as a nation, we are bent on counting tigers and alternately moaning or gloating over it.