Wednesday, Jun 28, 2017 | Last Update : 12:43 AM IST

Delhi

Sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra (Photo: PTI)

PWD asks Kapil Mishra to vacate government bungalow

Mishra is not entitled to such as accommodation since he is no longer a Cabinet minister, a senior government official said.

The 58-km-long Pink Line will be opened in stages between December 2017 and March 2018, according to the latest report

Delhi Metro’s Phase III likely to start run by March

Stretches of Pink, Magenta Lines to open, starting October.

Sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra (Photo: PTI)

Vacate govt house at the earliest: Delhi PWD to Kapil Mishra

Sources said health minister Satyendra Jain had issued a note a week ago to the Public Works Department asking it to get the house vacated.

“The wait for the arrival of southwest monsoon will finally be over as this spell of rain will bring the Southwest Monsoon over Delhi region and adjoining areas towards the end of this month,” said Skymet Weather, a private weather forecasting agency.(Representational image)

Delhi: Monsoon to hit Delhi, NCR in next 3-4 days

As per its predictions, the low pressure over northwest Bay of Bengal which is likely to move west-northwestwards.

Jayant and Manisha along with two daughters were scheduled to return on June 28. The couple had gone to Kashmir on June 22.

Feeling peaceful: Delhi man’s last FB post

One of the girls was a Class 1 student while the other was in playschool, Manisha’s younger brother Sourabh, told a news agency.

Mumbai

Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis briefed governor C. Vidyasagar Rao over the government’s decision to announce loan waiver. Maharashtra cabinet had cleared the proposal of `34,022 crore farm loan waiver on Saturday. This is largest ever loan waiver in the history of the state. Mr Fadnavis is believed to have brief about the governor about the details of the decision. Politically, it is significant as all opposition parties and farmers’ organisations had met the governor and demanded loan waiver.

Shiv Sena claims loan credit

Says it is a result of farmers and his party’s struggle.

The accused lured minor girl by offering her chocolates.

Youth arrested for raping 8-year-old girl

When the locked door was opened, the girl was found in a semi-naked state.

The police recovered 6.3 kg gold worth 1.90 crores.

Police arrests two men for faking robbery of 7.5 kg gold

The former was arrested when he was his way to Borivali after returning from Hyderabad on May 30.

The changes of the corridor ever seeing the light of day has reduced after the announcement of the Metro line along the same route.

Railways asked to decide on corridors

Currently, trains on the Harbour-Western route run from Panvel to Andheri, CST-Andheri/Bandra.

Kolkata

According to her in-laws, she committed suicide by hanging herself. (Representational Image/PTI)

In-laws kill woman, claim she hung self

The victim, Kakoli Mondal, was found hanging at her in-laws’ residence in Satjelia village on Sunday afternoon.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. (Photo: File)

CM’s UN win for Kanyashree now in textbooks

Scheme has given Bengal worldwide acclaim, says education minister.

NGO people are dristibuting green vegetables during GJM indefinite strike in Darjeeling on Saturday. (Photo: PTI)

GJM to let vehicles ply on Id for 12 hours

The Morcha leadership announced that transport services would be normal from 6 am to 6 pm with the Muslim community celebrating Id.

BJP National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya (L) and actress turned BJP MP Rupa Ganguly participate in Rath Yatra festival, in Kolkata on Sunday. (Photo: PTI)

One lakh brave rains to mark Rathyatra

The theme of this year’s yatra is Ramanuj Acharya, an exponent of Vaishnavism whose 1,000th birth anniversary is being celebrated this year.

Bimal Gurung

No stir in Darjeeling on Id

GJM to step up strike today, some to start till-death fast.

In Other Cities

An emerald Lingam stolen from Swayambulingeswara temple in Illaloor on Friday night.

Emerald lingam stolen from Tamil Nadu temple

The one-and-half-foot tall emerald lingam was removed from the base using a chemical solution, police noted, after visiting the temple.

Earlier, FTII students could screen any movie at CRT without informing the administration.

FTII to decide what students watch

Students of the institute will need to let the authorities know the name of the movie they want screened and then wait for its approval.

The market experts said that onion prices would remain low as the exports to Bangladesh and Pakistan have gone down this year.

Onion price fall brings tears to farmers’ eyes

Generally the national domestic requirement is about 10 to 12 lakh metric tonnes per month.

The farmers asserted that the state should provide relief to all the farmers.

Peasants burn ‘loan waiver’ docs

Claim conditions mentioned in the state govt’s proposal are stringent.