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Delhi

Vehicles plying on the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway waterlogged due to rains in Gurugram on Thursday. (Photo: PTI)

Morning rain lashes Delhi, more likely today

The weatherman has predicted a cloudy morning for Friday with possibility of rain in the evening.

One of the accused also suffered bullet injuries in the shootout, said SSP (Meerut) Manzil Saini. (Representational image)

Delhi doctor kidnapped, rescued from Meerut after shootout

Shrikant Gaur, who practices at a hospital in east Delhi, was kidnapped on July 6 from Preet Vihar while travelling in a cab

Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia (Photo: PTI)

Delhi government schools to have alumni bodies soon

Mr Sisodia has asked that a plan of action on this be submitted to him by August 1.

Mr Mahato has threatened to escalate the agitation and enforce a “total shutdown” of Metro operations on July 24 if the DMRC does not pay heed to their “long-pending” demands, including cancellation of action initiated against him and his colleague Ravi Bhardwaj.

DMRC’s non-exec staff protest for pay hike

The protesting staffers also highlighted alleged financial irregularities in the organisation.

Delhi University (Photo: Asian Age)

Marginal reduction in DU’s sixth cut-off list

he admission formalities will be conducted between July 22 and 25.

Mumbai

Bank of Maharashtra’s former Pune zonal head violated norms while sanctioning loans to the company.

CBI arrests ex-Pune banker, Surat-based company director

The Enforcement Directorate is also probing the Chalak se Malak scheme case pertaining to money laundering.

Salim Khan

Visa lapse led to Salim Khan’s deportation

In the process of trying for a visa extention, Khan faced with penalty of around 50,000 dirhams, officials learnt.

Abu Salem

Police to hold Abu Salem’s production warrant

The cops are also waiting to get a reply from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) so that Salem could be tried in this case.

An artist prepares artificial snakes ahead of Nag Panchami. (Photo: Rajesh Jadhav)

Bombay HC favours snake-catching ban

Nixes plea opposing PIL seeking order modification.

Kolkata

Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar

Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar admits to taking bribe?

The Trinamul MP from Barasat, North 24 Parganas also questioned about why the footage of her returning the cash was yet to be found.

MMiC (health) Atin Ghosh at ITI, Gariahat, to inspect precutionary measures taken for dengue. (Photo: Asian age)

State gears up to check dengue and chikungunya

Hakim writes to 7 urban bodies’ chairmen.

Trinamul Congress MP Sougata Roy

Narada sting operation case: Sougata Roy skips CBI quizzing

The Dum Dum MP was asked on Tuesday to appear at the anti-corruption branch office in Nizam Palace to face questioning.

Mother Teresa

Saint Teresa’s blue-bordered sari an intellectual property

The blue border pattern is a distinctive symbolic identity of the Missionaries of Charity under the concept of colour trade mark protection,he said.

Fire brigade personnel try to control the blaze at a Pretoria Street office in Kolkata on Thursday. (Photo: Abhijit Mukherjee)

Fire in Pretoria Street building, no casualty

12 rescued from 4th, 5th floors 8 rushed to SSKM.

In Other Cities

Madras High Court (Photo: PTI)

Govt can’t engage manual scavengers: Madras HC

Directing authorities to file their replies, the Bench fixed the next hearing on August 21.

11 families of the Telagu Madelwar Parit community filed plaint against 13 panchas of their jat panchayat.

First FIR filed under Social Boycott Act

Under the new act, social boycott can attract a fine up to Rs 5 lakh and imprisonment up to seven years.

The orphanage’s director and Atul’s mother allegedly warned that she would commit suicide and nail all the officers in her suicide note.

Orphanage director’s son booked for raping minor

As young adults are not allowed to remain in the orphanage, she was sent to the government remand home in Nashik city on July 12.

Rohit Tilak

Tilak’s great-grandson booked for raping woman

The woman also alleged that Tilak took Rs 10 lakh from her saying he was in need of money.