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German authorities said on Friday they had found torn-up sick notes showing that the pilot who crashed a plane into the French Alps was suffering from an illness that should have grounded him on the
With dissident Aam Aadmi Party members Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav likely to be ousted from the national executive on Saturday, speculation is rife that it may lead to the birth of a new
Internal Lokpal Admiral L Ramdas (retd) has been asked not to attend Saturday’s national council (NC) meeting to “avoid confrontation”. The message sidelining Ramdas was sent by AAP secretary
This conversation took place purportedly between Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and a party leader from Bihar, Umesh Singh, on March 22 this year. Some excerpts:
Study by LU professor shows role of gender in career choices
Bitter Kejri pours scorn on rebels  (28 March 01:31 am) 
A sting by a party worker purportedly on Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal has finally revealed his stand on the dispute in his party.
Calcutta high court on Friday asked West Bengal government and Kolkata Municipal Corporation why it should grant property tax rebate to residents who paint their houses blue and white.
CBI raids Ponzi firm’s offices  (28 March 01:15 am) 
CBI raided 11 places in the suburbs of Kolkata on Friday for illegally raising money from the market. The residences and offices of ASSDA Agro Projects Limited directors were raided for allegedly
Sculpting A Dream  (28 March 01:15 am) 
A single man’s dream to carve out a work of art from a mountain is slowly taking shape in Purulia
Man disappears with test-drive car  (28 March 01:17 am) 
The Bharati Vidyapeeth police on Thursday booked a man who fled with a car during a test drive. The incident took place near Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University on Wednesday around 10.45am.
The entrance to the Metrorail station near the shopping centers was closed due to police activity as well, according to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.
The division in Aam Aadmi Party is deep and the differences can no longer be bridged. This became apparent on Friday as the war erupted in the open on Friday.
The Pune crime branch busted a betting racket in Ambegaon on Thursday, following the arrest of three people who were allegedly accepting bets during the Cricket World Cup semifinal match between
It seems the government has not learnt lessons from the Malin landslide tragedy which killed around 200 villagers. The state administration on Friday admitted there was no mechanism to identify
Under The Collar  (28 March 01:15 am) 
The recent death of a Sunderbans tigress, apparently of a wound caused by its radio collar, has raised intense debate over whether ‘technological interference’, even for the sake of science and
Continuing their agitation for the 10th consecutive day, employees of Hindustan Antibiotics Limited (HAL) in Pimpri submitted a memorandum to district collector Saurabh Rao on Friday. Production at
The Central Bureau of Investigation, Pune, searched the office and residence of hotelier and builder Ram Kumar Agarwal as well as the residence of former defence estates officer (Pune circle) Ved
FDA seizes artificially ripened mangoes  (28 March 01:17 am) 
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officials on Friday seized mango consignments worth over Rs 3 lakh from two city traders, who used calcium carbide to artificially ripen the mangoes
The three-member committee appointed by the state government to draw up the development plan (DP) for the old city areas in Pune will start work and finalize the plan within six months.
Bihar seeks over Rs 1L cr central aid  (28 March 01:01 am) 
Chief minister Nitish Kumar has sought special developmental assistance of over Rs 107,887 crore from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the backdrop of an estimated loss of Rs 50,000 crore to Bihar due
Corporators from the opposition in Pimpri Chinchwad are unhappy about the diversion of funds meant for land acquisition and development projects in fringe areas. The proposals to use these funds for
Over a month after the Supreme Court’s directives, the civic body on Friday finally started the work to remove the debris from the riverside road. However, the work had to be stopped after a group
When the weather turned odd last February and March and hailstones carpeted parts of Vidarbha, Marathwada, Telangana and Central Maharashtra, little could be made out of the event.
Since 1982, aircraft-assisted suicides (US aviation jargon) by commercial airline pilots have killed 421 people
Does Not Even Spare A School & Some Crosses