A model launching a gems and jewellery collection during the Dwarka's Ratnabhushan
Utsav’03 in the Capital on Friday. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal
pump owners to face the wrath of administration
Gurgaon, September 26
Those who have failed to register
their submersible pumps used for extracting underground water appear to
have missed the bus. After the expiry of the deadline, the
administration has closed all options for the unregistered pump owners.
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amenities still a distant dream for residents
Jhajjar, September 26
The hopes of the residents of HUDA
Sector-6, Bahadurgarh, to be provided with basic civic amenities stand
shattered. They continue to grapple with plethora of problems.
robbers arrested, dacoity foiled
Sonepat, September 26
The special staff of the Sonepat
police have arrested two highway robbers and foiled their plan to loot
people on the Sonepat-Kami road near here last night. The Superintendent
of Police, Mr Paramjit Singh Ahlawat, told mediapersons here today that
the arrested persons were identified as Ramesh and Satbir, both
belonging to Kami village.
- 16 INLD workers injured
- Cyclist Injured
Delhi Lt-Governor Vijai Kapoor laying the foundation stone of Jan Nayak Knowledge Centre in the Capital on Friday.
complaints: CM orders probe
Sonepat, September 26
The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Om
Parkash Chautala, has directed the Deputy Commissioner of Sonepat, Mr
Balwan Singh, to conduct an inquiry into the complaints of the residents
of eight villages who had voiced their grievances on the lack of
development in their areas.
- Assault cases
- House catches fire
- ‘Harassed’ SE seeks
- Bike stolen
held after encounters
Ghaziabad, September 26
Teams of Loni and Indirapuram
police have nabbed two criminals, carrying rewards on their heads after
encounters at two different places. The police seized two revolvers,
cartridges and a bike from the criminals.
at Jhandewalan Temple
New Delhi, September 26
Navratra Mela is being organised at
the Badri Bhagat Jhandewalan Temple starting today. The mela will
continue till October 4, the last day of the festive navratras. On the
first day of the puja, a ‘Shailputri swaroop’ of Goddess Durga was
worshipped. The temple will remain open to the devotees from 4 am to
- NDMC to replace Lok Nayak Bhavan
- DPCC committees
smells scam in MCD ad dept
With the raid conducted by the
income tax department in the office of Adwell Advertisement Services, a
scam of crores of rupees in the advertisement department of the
corporation came to light, the Leader of Opposition in the MCD, Mr
Subhash Arya, alleged.
present, Shahdara Railway Junction is one of the most important
railway junctions of the Northern Railways. The population of
trans-yamuna is more than 38,0000 and 50,000 daily commuters use
the Shahdara junction.
Ship of the desert runs aground.
— Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal
- Simians put PWD residents
in a spot
- Malpractices in private
- Civil Lines halt
- Gulf between private and
- Rename the varsity