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Youth Congress leader shot at, no one injured

Two motorcycle-borne criminals allegedly fired at a Youth Congress leader on Monday when he was going towards Ghaziabad in his car, but missed their target.

Will stop Delhi water supply, warns Bhartiya Kisan Union

Protesting the bungalow eviction order served to former Union minister Ajit Singh, Bhartiya Kisan Union on Wednesday threatened to launch a stir and disrupt the water supply to Delhi from Gangnahar-Mu

Minor girl raped by realtor in Ghaziabad

A minor girl was allegedly raped by a 35-year-old property dealer here, the police said on Saturday.

‘Ensure revenue targets are met’

Heads of various government departments, including trade tax, excise and transport, have been instructed to ensure achievement of revenue targets and transparent working, district magistrate Vimal Kum

70-yr-old Pakistani national held near Ghaziabad

A 70-year-old Pakistani national has been arrested here for allegedly committing forgery, the police said on Thursday.

Death warrant issued for Surinder Koli

Death warrant issued for Surinder Koli

In a fresh development in Nithari serial murder cases, Ghaziabad sessions court has issued death warrant against Surinder Koli in connection with the brutal killing of 14-year-old Rimpa Halder.

Student’s body found in bushes

The body of a Class 9 student, with trousers tied around the neck, was recovered from roadside bushes in Didoli village on Tuesday.

Three held for raping sisters

Member of the State Commission for Women Rajdevi Chaudhary on Saturday visited the house of the victims and assured their parents of all possible help

AAP members protest over law and order situation

AAP's district secretary Prashant Tomar,led the protest. Photo: PTI/ File

Aam Aadmi Party today held a protest at the district headquarters here over the "poor" state of law and order in Uttar Pradesh, especially rising crimes against women.

Woman found dead at home in Ghaziabad

A 35-year-old woman was found hanging from ceiling at her home under mysterious circumstances while her mother alleged she was murdered by her husband who is indulged in illicit relationships with sev

When the first Asian Games began on March 4, 1951, it was a modest affair. Over eight days, 400-odd athletes from 11 countries took part in six disciplines, which included athletics, swimming and water polo, cycling, weightlifting, football and basketball. In contrast, the ongoing Incheon Games has 13,000 athletes taking part in 36 sports, including Asian sports such as kabaddi and sepak takraw, 12 more than the Olympic Games.

Between 2 pm on October 1 and 10.30 am on October 2, Central government offices in New Delhi remained closed. Why? Because Prime Minister Narendra Modi, concerned about widespread filth in India, is “launching” the nation-wide “Swachchh Bharat” (Clean India) campaign today.