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Triple murder in Noida factory godown
Ghaziabad, October 24
Three employees of a godown in D-5, Sector 2, Noida, were murdered by unknown assailants last night near Narula Hotel, which falls under Sector 20 police station. The murders have created a flutter in the town.

Who will contest against Sheila, Khurana? Guessing game on
New Delhi, October 24
Who will the BJP and the Congress pit against Sheila Dikshit and Madan Lal Khurana is engaging the attention of poll pundits more than the constituencies from where the duo will contest.

In dengue land, falciparam malaria also rears its head
Faridabad, October 24
In the midst of the dengue scare, Faridabad district seems to be also grappling with Malaria and its deadlier version, Falciparam Malaria. At least two persons have succumbed to it in the last fortnight and several others have been found to be suffering from it.


Outbreak under control, fears about epidemic allayed
New Delhi, October 24
Allaying fears about the outbreak of an epidemic, the Government of NCT of Delhi on Friday said dengue was “in control” and the number of cases reported had dropped appreciably. The Union Ministry of Health also reiterated that the Centre was monitoring the situation arising out of the incidence of dengue in the Capital and that there was no cause for panic. Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, who along with her Cabinet colleague and Health Minister AK Walia, held talks with Union Minister of Health Sushma Swaraj, has appealed the people to not panic.

Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit with Sushma Swaraj at the latter’s office in the Capital on Friday. — A Tribune Photograph
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit with Sushma Swaraj at the latter’s office in the Capital

Sonepat grapples with dengue, mystery fever
Sonepat October 24
The number of patients suffering from mysterious and dengue fever has been increasing day by day in the city and elsewhere in the district. According to a report, this has caused panic among the people in both urban and rural areas of the district. Many people alleged that the authorities of the Health Department have utterly failed to check the diseases and take effective steps to control them.

a QUIETER divali?
Police out with devices to measure decibel level 
New Delhi, October 24
This Divali the Capital’s police force, armed with modern gizmos, is ready to crack down on those violating the 125 db (decibel) level norm. Those indulging in the activity after 10 pm can also fall in the police dragnet.

Special Focus on jhajjar/Bahadurgarh
This Divali, people going in for articles of long-term use
Jhajjar, October 24
The festive season is evident in the region, as the bazaars are abuzz with customers on the eve of Divali. Most of the markets and the main bazaars in Jhajjar and Bahadurgarh have been spruced up to attract customers.
Shoppers’ Stop: Shoppers throng the Sarojini Nagar market for Divali gifts on Friday. Customers at a calendar shop in Jhajjar
Shoppers’ Stop: Shoppers throng the Sarojini Nagar market for Divali gifts on Friday.— Photo by Kamal Singh Customers at a calendar shop in Jhajjar.


Residents’ confidence dips as crime graph rises
Noida, October 24
Five major crimes and a host of minor incidents have shattered the faith of the residents in the ability of the police to provide a safe environment in the area. Above all, the police have failed to solve any of these crimes so far.

27 Delhi Police officers complete training in Forensic Sciences
New Delhi, October 24
The Delhi Police Commissioner, Mr R. S. Gupta awarded certificates in Forensic Sciences to the students of the Amity Institute of Behavioural Health and Allied Sciences (AIBHAS) at a function in the Police Headquarters today.

Delhi Police Commissioner R. S. Gupta awarding certificates in Forensic Sciences to a police officer at a function in the Police Headquarters in the Capital on Friday.
Delhi Police Commissioner R. S. Gupta awarding certificates in Forensic Sciences to a police officer at a function in the Police Headquarters in the Capital

PWD Mechanical Workers plan agitation from November 6 
Sonepat, October 24
The Haryana Government PWD Mechanical Workers Union has planned to launch an agitation against the state government for not accepting the “genuine and legitimate demands” of the employees.

Thai team briefed on NDMC working
New Delhi, October 24
A delegation of 36 graduates, led by Dr Corrine Phuangkasem, Dean of he Faculty of Political Science, Thammsat University, Thailand, visited the NDMC headquarters this morning. Mr Ramesh Narayanaswami, Chairman, NDMC, along with the officers of the civic body, interacted with the delegation and briefed it on the day-to-day activities and functioning of the NDMC.

Man crushed on GT Road
Sonepat, October 24
One person was killed and two others sustained injuries in an accident on the G T road near Hassanpur Kurar village, about 10 km from here last night. According to a report, the victim was identified as Mr Charan singh of Murthal vilage. The police have sent the body for the postmortem examination.

NCR briefs 
Man sentenced to 7-year RI for raping minor
Sonepat, October 24
The district and Session Judge of Sonepat, Mr B. L. Singhal, convicted Anand, a resident of Nangal Kalan village, under Section 376 of IPC and sentenced him to seven years of rigorous imprisonment and a fine of Rs 3,000 on the charge of having criminally assaulted a minor girl of the village. 

Three is not A crowd Speaking out
ndian Olympic Association president Suresh Kalmadi has given shape to his dream by bidding for Commonwealth Games 2010. If we want that our country should prosper, then we must look at every facet of life.

Three is not A crowd. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal


Jewellery worth Rs 2.5 lakh looted
Dankaur (Noida), October 24
Six armed men raided the house of one Madan Lal in Prem Puri Mohalla, Dankaur, on Tuesday night and decamped with cash and jewellery worth Rs 2.5 lakh in an hour-long loot.

Man jumps from 12th floor in CP


NFL presents dividend cheque of Rs 292.92 crore to government 
Noida, October 24
National Fertilisers Limited (NFL) has presented a dividend cheque of Rs 292.92 crore to the government in respect of shares held by it. The company in its 29th Annual General Meeting approved the highest ever dividend of Rs 300 crores to the shareholders.

Traders threaten stir on identification number
New Delhi, October 24
The traders have threatened to down their shutters on November 1, if the Government of NCT of Delhi did not withdraw the notification of introducing Trader Identification Number (TIN) by October 27 – the deadline set by the Confederation of All India Traders and Delhi Vyapar Mahasangh. (The last date for applying for TIN is October 31.)


Court issues notice on misuse of land by Don Bosco Society
New Delhi, October 24
A Delhi court has issued notices to the Centre, the urban bodies in the Capital and the Don Bosco Educational Society on a petition seeking cancellation of lease of a vast stretch of land in Okhla, allegedly being misused by the society.


Sachin, Yuvraj-Kaif combo for CEAT award
New Delhi, October 24
Sachin Tendulkar’s 98-run thrilling act against Pakistan at Centurion in the World Cup and Yuvraj-Kaif combo with their heroic performance against Nasser Hussain’s England in the NatWest final are in contention to grab the Ceat Max Best Match-Winning performance Award. The Award is co named after SET Max TV channel, who are the official telecast partners for the CEAT Cricket awards this year.

Former Test cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar unveiling the CEAT International Cricketer of the Year Trophy.
Former Test cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar unveiling the CEAT International Cricketer of the Year Trophy

Avtar Singh stars for Rani Bagh
New Delhi, October 24
Fine knock of 62 runs by Avtar Singh helped Rani Bagh Club beat Anand Sports by 3 runs in DDCA A-II Division league RSKP ground.

CBSE National Judo Championship
New Delhi, October 24
Ganga International School, Hiran Kudna performed brilliantly in CBSE National Judo Championship played at Chennai recently. Following players are the medal winners in various categories:

NCC cadets return from Sri Lanka 


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