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The reason for dropping the earlier proposal is that the one-family-one-account clause has created a lot of confusion among the farmers, sources said.
\"The GO no.69 allows power generation at the SLBC project when the water level is as low as 832 feet.At present the level at the dam is 860 feet,\" Rajender told reporters at the TRS party office.
BJP will win Bihar, J&K too: Maya  (22 October 01:49 am) 
Rattled by Bharatiya Janata Party’s success in Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections, Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati
What could have been a major tragedy was averted in Faridabad on Tuesday evening when over 230 makeshift firecracker stalls at Dussehra Grounds were consumed by a huge blaze.
After Maha show, MIM eyes UP Muslims  (22 October 01:49 am) 
After ta sting blood in Maharashta, where the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) won two seats
Intra-state air travel to get cheaper  (22 October 01:49 am) 
Tourists looking to fly to Agra from Lucknow, Allahabad and Varanasi will soon be able to avail of cheaper airfares, thanks to the UP government
They combine worship with work  (22 October 01:47 am) 
When Delhiites will be celebrating the festival of lights with their families, thousands of men- firefighters, traffic officials and cops on patrol-will be out on the streets to ensure their safety
NCP’s unconditional support to BJP has compelled Shiv Sena to give up its strident note, according to political analysts in the state.
'Oldest' cracker shop still shines  (22 October 01:47 am) 
Year 1875: Cinema hadn\'t been invented.The first Test match in cricket history was two years away.And Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was six years old
A trial court on Tuesday directed AIIMS to file all the medical records of former BSP MP Dhananjay Singh\'s wife Jagriti who, along with her husband, is accused in her maid\'s murder case
TOI found at least three jewellery stores in Indirapuram, Ghaziabad, selling British India coins and heard about several others in east and south Delhi doing the same.
In yet another incident of a policeman being attacked, a traffic cop was beaten up by a group of lawyers outside the Rohini court on Tuesday when he tried to stop one of them from driving on the wrong
The damage caused by the blaze that ripped through the Faridabad firecracker market went well beyond the 250 shops it destroyed.Traders who had licensed stalls estimated collective losses of about Rs
Air to be worst a day after Diwali  (22 October 01:47 am) 
Winter has not set in yet, the average temperature being slightly higher than what it had been this time last year and one year prior.But air pollution is likely to reach dangerous levels despite the
More docs to attend to burns patients  (22 October 01:47 am) 
With Diwali round the corner, doctors at Safdarjung Hospital are preparing themselves to deal with the rush of burns cases expected during this time of the year
Delhi reviews fire preparedness  (22 October 01:47 am) 
Tuesday\'s blaze at a cracker market in Faridabad sent alarm bells ringing in Delhi with the fire service and the police reviewing their preparedness late evening.
Plagiarism charge against Chakrabarti  (22 October 01:47 am) 
Taking the attack on VC a step ahead, JUTA has brought charges of plagiarism against Chakrabarti’s doctoral thesis.
Sourav keeps JU VC waiting on DLitt  (22 October 01:47 am) 
Sources close to Dada say the police crackdown on campus continues to bother him
Opening ceremony of this year’s Lucknow Mahotsava (on November 25) will feature performance by Grammy Award winner Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt
What could have been a major tragedy was averted in Faridabad on Tuesday evening when over 230 makeshift firecracker stalls at Dussehra Grounds were consumed by a huge blaze.
Star, MSOs go for temporary truce  (22 October 01:47 am) 
Star channels will continue to be beamed uninterrupted till at least October 28.
Star athlete Oscar Pistorius began serving a five-year sentence behind the towering walls of a grim South African prison on Tuesday after a sensational trial for killing his girlfriend.
This year, the state government is stressing more on raising awareness rather than taking punitive measures on banned firecrackers.
Separate unions for taxi operators?  (22 October 01:47 am) 
After holding multiple closed-door meets with taxi unions, Mukul Roy on Tuesday shared the stage with them publicly for the first time to placate the agitating lot.
Keep kids away from Chinese crackers  (22 October 01:47 am) 
This Diwali, as you watch a Chinese ‘rocket’ zoom into the sky leaving behind a trail of acrid smoke, make sure you are away from the gust.