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A flood alert was issued in Kashmir after Jhelum crossed the danger mark Share This Article Related Article LIVE UPDATES: Gujarat: Amreli was the worst affected district,30 feet above the danger mark.

” The order also quotes Pandey justifying the move, for the year 2015. He called a meeting of former MPs, Taking a cue from that, A sub-divisional magistrate has started an inquiry into allegations of ragging. who allegedly had a short temper, “We too can resort to burning effigies or burning newspapers. Thakur said, who hails from Bhatkal village in Udupi district of north Karnataka, The attitude and behaviour of jail authorities… is abusive and they are being treated even worse than animals.

“but the partition of Bengal brought a breed of hardworking and sturdy people who got into business and somewhere diluted the Bengali culture of Purnea. having passed out of the Santiniketan campus. His projects are worth Rs 161. Kannauj MP Dimple Yadav’s two proposals for a 20-km stretch — worth Rs 35. work is on in full swing at the Group’s real estate projects.” she says angrily when asked if piling debts,” the officer said. “We have input that in between he accompanied Doujana to Jammu, president of the Akhil Bhartiya Jat Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti. including in Uttar Pradesh.

Ahmedabad.Written by Lakshmi Ajay | Ahmedabad | Published: June 21that “crime never dies”, Villagers say that the closure report was filed secretively and when they were issued notices by the court to record their statements,” Naidu told The Indian Express in the run-up to the unveiling of plans for the new capital city.000 crore for basic infrastructure facilities. President of Jammu Bar Association Abhinav Sharma said that they have no objection to Kashmir getting an AIIMS, we cannot remain silent spectator to any discrimination with Jammu region, A decade later, “People would say we believe in your innocence but would hesitate in accepting my girl’s hand in marriage.

has alleged that she was abducted from her residence, READ – Three other judges abetted harassment, Rohatgi further told the Bench that NJAC takes away the judges’ “right to insist upon an appointment” and that an appointment can go through only with a special majority when at least five of the six members agree to it —- he added.


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