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Anil Baijal

L-G approves redrawing of NDMC zonal boundaries

“We have cleared the file of zonal boundaries, which was sent to the L-G for his approval two days back,” Mr Jain said.

Another doctor at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH) said that when the coronary stents were made cheaper in February this year, the manufacturers pushed old generation stents into the market.

Delhi: Experts welcome cap on knee implant prices

‘Move will help more people undergo such expensive treatment’.

“The policeman said that you people from JNU are very fond of free sex culture,” the girl claimed.

Group tries to rape JNU girl, cops abuse her

The group of students from Jawaharlal Nehru University were waylaid when they were mistaken as “Muslims” and “cattle thieves”.

A file picture of Hotel Taj Palace.

NGT acts tough, top Delhi hotels fined

5-star hotels to pay Rs 7 lakh for not complying with waste rules.

The official said that the accused then called her at his residence in South Delhi on the pretext of taking her to visit historical places.  (Representational image)

Chinese artist, 13, assaulted in capital

A senior police official said that the accused, Gurjeet Singh, had not only misbehaved with the victim but also thrashed her. 


Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis (Photo: PTI)

Talks of state Cabinet rejig refuse to die down

There were talks that the BJP may replace its state chief, Raosaheb Danve.

The state received only Rs 54 crore while it was expecting Rs 500 crore this year. (Representational photo)

Central OBC funds see dip

GoI hasn’t doled out Rs 2.5K cr for scholarships since 2001.

Laxman Vijay Sonawane

Dharavi man ends life, blames wife

Laxman Vijay Sonawane, ended his life after being fed up of constant pestering from wife and in-laws for money.

PSI Mahesh Kuchekar with the rescued toddler Azim Shaikh and his mother.

Abducted 4-year-old from Mumbai is rescued in Bengal

The accused, who has been arrested, turned out to be the spurned lover of the child’s widowed mother.


Left party activists during a protest rally against the state and Central governments over Darjeeling issue in Kolkata on Thursday. (Photo: Asian Age)

Two GJM women activists held for violence, arson

The Hills have been paralysed by an indefinite strike which entered the 64th day on Thursday.

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

Netaji’s family: History of Indian independence movement distorted

Family members of Netaji demanded a ‘proper documentation’ of his role in India’s freedom struggle, saying that its history had been ‘distorted’

 The sub-Himalayan districts of the state, which have been affected by floods owing to very heavy rains since last week, are likely to receive one or two spells of rain in the next couple of days. (Photo: PTI)

West Bengal: Heavy rain likely in several districts

Isolated heavy rain is likely over the districts of East Midnapore, West Midnapore, North and South 24 Parganas, Howrah, Hooghly.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee

CM Mamata meets President, move seen as bid to raise profile nationally

Mamata Banerjee to attend Opposition meeting called by Sonia today.

 Probing her death the cops found that she had thrown a party on the occasion of one of her friends at her flat late on Tuesday night. (Photo: File)

West Bengal: Flight-attendant body found in a pool of blood

Preliminary investigation revealed that Clara fell off the window which has sliding glass.

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Police said that the deceased, Anuradha Patanwar, died on the spot due to severe head injury. (Photo: File/Representational)

Pune: Woman doctor dies after speeding tanker rams into her two-wheeler

A police official said, the driver of the tanker did not stop after hitting the victim's two wheeler from rear side and rather fled away.

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Jaipur: Serial killer held after 30 years

Rafiq admits killing wives, business partner and mother-in-law.

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 issue to be raised during the Chakka Jam on Aug 14.

40 per cent farmers won’t get crop insurance: Ajit Nawale

Elaborating on the issue, Dr Nawale said that the government did not accept most of the forms till July 25.