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Four arrested for attack on Teotia in Ghaziabad

In a joint operation of UP STF and Ghaziabad police, four men were arrested in connection with an attack on BJP leader Brijpal Teotia on Wednesday.

V.K. Singh for CBI probe in Teotia case

V.K. Singh

Union minister and local MP V.K. Singh on Monday pitched for a CBI probe into the recent attack on BJP leader Brijpal Teotia by armed assailants.

Girl, 13, hangs self as dad insulted over fees

Priyanshi

A 13-year-old girl committed suicide after her father was allegedly humiliated by her schoolteachers and forcibly taken by the police over pending school fees in Sihani Gate area on Wednesday.

Cops accept ‘tip’ from aide of former MP

Narendra Kashyap

Policemen posted at Ghaziabad’s Dasna district jail were in for trouble after video footage showed some of them accepting money from an aide of former BSP Rajya Sabha member Narendra Kashyap, who was

DU student shot at by cop for drinking liquor outside his house

The man was drinking alcohol in a car parked outside the residence of a Sub-Inspector with his friends. (Representational image)

The 21-year-old was immediately rushed to a hospital, his condition is said to be critical.

Couple shot at in a case of road rage

In an alleged case of road rage, a couple was shot at in Vijay Nagar, Ghaziabad, on Saturday.

Man kills woman to pay Rs 5,000 debt, held after tip-off

A 58-year-old woman was found murdered at her flat in a residential high-rise society, Ahinsa Khand-2, in Indirapuram on Wednesday night.

Vendor lynched to death over Rs 30

An ice-cream vendor was allegedly hacked to death by six men on Friday evening at Maharajpur, Kaushambi, merely for Rs 30.

Woman kills husband with help of paramour

A woman and her paramour were on Wednesday arrested for murdering her husband and injuring her father-in-law a few days ago, the police said.

The tone and tenor of the Prime Minister’s Independence Day speech, addressing the nation from the ramparts of Red Fort on August 15, indicated fairly that the Government of India had made up its mind

Since Mamata Banerjee says she will not attend Mother Teresa’s September 4 canonisation in Rome as part of India’s official delegation but as a guest of the Missionaries of Charity and will sit with t