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Bangladesh sleuths question JMB suspects  (29 November 07:47 am) 
A Bangladesh intelligence team on Friday questioned three Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladeshi (JMB) operatives after the NIA sought their remand for five-days.
Five farmers from the same family, were electrocuted to death after they accidentally came in contact with 11 kv live overhead electric wires at Cheekalagurthi village of Vidapanakal mandal in
To select the best pilots to fly the advanced aircraft being inducted into the armed forces, the Indian Air Force (IAF) inaugurated the Computerized Pilot Selection System (CPSS) at the No. 2 Air
A team of Naranpura police caught two persons, suspected to be part of an inter-state gang, near Naranpura crossing on Thursday night. The duo was found in possession of two laptops that they had
Sabarmati jail prisoners who are on trial for eloping with girls under 18 have their task cut out for them in the prison.
Eight students and school staff members were hospitalized on Friday morning after a suspected gas leak in Dudheshwar. While the patients at VS Hospital are stable, officials have started a search for
Principal slaps student  (29 November 07:47 am) 
Ramnik Badreshiya, principal of Lotus School in Isanpur submitted written apology after he slapped a 13-year-old student on Friday.
Retired IPS officer D G Vanzara, who is an accused in the 2004 Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case, on Friday asked why the CBI had spared the then police commissioner K R Kaushik and made him a witness
Youth dies, cops file accidental death  (29 November 07:48 am) 
Vatva police on Friday registered a case of accidental death in the case of Vijay Yadav whose body had been found near Vatva railway crossing on Thursday evening.
A metropolitan court on Friday rejected the petitions filed by social activist Teesta Setalvad, her husband Javed Anand and their two NGOs to defreeze the bank accounts that had been frozen at the
When govt quashed her Olympic hopes  (29 November 07:47 am) 
Ex-national table tennis champion and Commonwealth silver medallist B Bhuvneshwari counts playing to packed galleries at YMIA on Armenian Street among her fondest memories.
The city police on Friday tested ‘chilli bombs’ at police headquarters ground. These bombs are expected to replace teargas as the tool of choice for dispersing mobs and tackling law and order
As chief minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi promoted manufacturing of defence equipment in special economic zones and special investment regions of the state.
Gujarat cadre IPS officer of 1989 batch, Vivek Srivastava, is likely to be posted as joint director in the Special Protection Group (SPG).
Calling BJP as ‘kanfukwa (rumor mongers) party’ former CM Nitish Kumar on Friday asked party workers to remain alert and become vocal against the party.
Five farmers electrocuted  (29 November 06:47 am) 
Five farmers of the same family were electrocuted when they accidentally came in contact with an overhead live 11 kv electric wire at Cheekalagurthi village of Vidapanakal mandal in Anantapur district
Though the state is facing severe financial crunch, many ministers prefer to conduct review meetings with officials in star hotels rather than utilising the facilities in government offices and
Even as the high court’s 48-hour deadline for Telangana Junior Doctors’ Association (TJUDA) to call off their strike inches closer, the in-service postgraduate (PG) doctors, who filled in for the
Students of (OU) who were booked under various sections for rioting and destruction of public property during the Telangana movement are now up in arms against the TRS government’s failure to keep
In a shocking incident, a home guard on Thursday kidnapped a 13-year-old schoolboy for ransom and later as he grew panicked he strangled him to death.
A 13-year-old girl, who was allegedly raped by her 26-year-old neighbour since the last three months, lodged a police complaint in Kanchanbagh on Friday.
Prominent voluntary organisations have now stepped in to augment the government’s efforts to spread awareness about the Shaadi Mubarak scheme.
Indian worker Harjeet Masih’s brother has refuted a TV channel’s report that quoted him telling two Bangladeshi nationals that ISIS had executed 39 Indians, who worked for a Turkish construction
The AP State Wakf Board (APSWB) has set wheels into motion for the revision of rent rates of properties under its custody.
KCR sets countdown to fulfill promises  (29 November 06:47 am) 
Chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced that his party Telangana Rasthra Samithi (TRS) would not seek votes in the next elections if it fails to supply piped drinking water to every household