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The main accused for instigating clashes in Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh which left three people killed and dozens injured has been arrested along with six of his accomplices, police said on Thursday.
IT services exporter HCL Technologies Ltd reported a 54 per cent rise in quarterly net profit, as a global economic recovery helped demand for outsourcing services.
As many as six flights had to be diverted and seven were delayed for over two hours because of heavy rains and poor visibility at the city’s Sardar Vallabhabhai Patel International Airport on
Textile conglomerate Arvind Ltd on Wednesday approved demerger and transfer of its real estate business to Arvind Infrastructure Ltd (AIL). The company also said that AIL will be separately listed on
Three people were killed in a cloudburst in Uttarakhand\'s Tehri district on Friday, according to TV reports.
2 more drenching days ahead  (31 July 07:48 am) 
When it rains, it pours. Weather officials have said that the present spell of rains will continue and moderate to heavy rains are expected at many places across over Gujarat for the next two days —
Reign of chaos over city  (31 July 07:48 am) 
After a wild and wet night on Tuesday, rains continued to lash Ahmedabad till 9am on Wednesday.
At least six people, including three young boys and a girl, were killed by the heavy rains that lashed the city as well as most of Gujarat on Wednesday.
These are a few of the requests that Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav probably would be amused to read, or at best not notice at all.
All for solar power  (31 July 07:46 am) 
In order to turnaround the power deficit in newly-formed Telangana, its two distribution companies are wooing domestic power consumers with both subsidies and incentives to generate solar power under
Women power to the rescue?  (31 July 07:46 am) 
In a move that is expected to deal a death blow to the politician-backed sand mafia, the Andhra Pradesh government on Wednesday decided to entrust sand mining to time-tested women self-help groups
Within days of a US report Akhilesh government in UP has issued a rebuttal saying \"media reports\" about the number of riots that took place are heavily inflated.
Forgotten promise!  (31 July 07:46 am) 
The Andhra Pradesh government\'s silence on cancelling the controversial Vanpic land deal left its original owners — the farmers fuming.
US brackets UP with Syria, Iraq  (31 July 07:48 am) 
A United States report on the status of religious freedom in countries across the globe has slammed the Uttar Pradesh government for choosing “not to combat discrimination on the basis of religion
Still awaiting clarity  (31 July 07:46 am) 
The TRS government has come under pressure with over 120 farmers allegedly committing suicide after it took charge on June 2.
Earlier on Tuesday, the Telangana government, after threatening to ban the movement of Seemandhra buses in the T-region, issued a directive stating that it would levy a tax on all modes of public
Keeping a check on the Telangana state\'s move to impose tax on Andhra Pradesh transport vehicles, the Hyderabad High Court on Wednesday directed both AP and Telangana to respect the contents of the
Ripon Buildings, seat of the city corporation, will be seen in white after sporting an offwhite look for almost two years. Officials earlier were in a dilemma on whether to choose white or off-white
Rot within weakens building regulator  (31 July 06:48 am) 
Citing the fate of more than a dozen similar internal probes in the past which allowed corrupt officials to go scot-free, experts have also demanded immediate implementation of the Madras high
Two years ago, the Madras high court asked the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA) to take action against 31 officials, including four IAS officers, who were found to have allowed
Every Wednesday, close to half the village would visit the weekly bazaar at the neighbouring village of Adhivare that starts at 9am. The landslide occurred at 4am.
The 2004 Kumbakonam school fire shocked the nation, with 94 young lives snuffed out due to the negligence of school officials.
Geology experts warned of the likelihood of more landslides after Wednesday\'s catastrophe at Malin village in Ambegaon tehsil left over 150 villagers trapped.