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Please-all manifesto from BJP

New Delhi, November 22
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has unveiled a 44-point manifesto that promises to be a panacea for all the ills plaguing a “cosmopolitan” NCT of Delhi.

LIP-SMACKING EXERCISE: Delhi Pradesh BJP president Madan Lal Khurana at the release of the BJP Delhi manifesto for the forthcoming Assembly election in the Capital on Saturday. — Tribune Photo BY Mukesh Aggarwal


Outer Delhi: A tough nut to crack
New Delhi, November 22
Being a part of the country’s largest Parliamentary constituency, the outcome of polling in 21 of the 70 Assembly seats in Outer Delhi holds the key to which party will form the government in Delhi.

AIUMM protests against ‘raw deal’ to Dalit Muslim
New Delhi, November 22
The All India United Muslim Morcha (AIUMM) today held a unique rally with ‘’donkey lashkar’’ to protest against the rejection of a Dalit Muslim candidate’s nomination papers from a constituency reserved for Scheduled Caste. The Morcha activists had gathered at the Ram Lila Maidan along with a number of donkeys to protest against the rejection of nomination of Abdul Aziz Dhobi from the Seemapuri reserved constituency for Scheduled Castes on the ground of religion.
The AIUMM members held the Congress responsible for rejection of the papers of the Abdul Aziz. However, authorities concerned did not allow the protestors to proceed towards the office of Election Commission.

Activists of All India United Muslim Morcha protesting with donkeys at Ram Leela Maidan in the Capital on Saturday.
— Tribune Photo
Activists of All India United Muslim Morcha protesting with donkeys at Ram Leela Maidan in the Capital on Saturday.

Youth impersonating IAS officer held
Jhajjar, November 22
A person impersonating an IAS officer was arrested by the Bahadurgarh Branch of the CIA today. The SP, Mr H. S. Doon, said here this evening that 23-year-old Rajiv Goyal, alias Dhanraj Agrawal, was arrested when he was travelling in a Maruti car with a siren.

Private help to develop Anand Vihar rly station
New Delhi, November 22
The Railway Ministry is all set to take the help of private companies in developing the Anand Vihar railway station as the biggest and most modern railway station of the National Capital Region (NCR) as announced in this year’s rail budget.

Missing sarpanch of Pehrawar still untraced
Rohtak, November 22
The Gaur Brahmin Vidya Parcharni Sabha has sought early resolution of the case of the missing Dalit sarpanch of village Pehrawar and offered to help the police in the matter.

Trader abducted in Javer
Noida (Javer), November 22
Four armed criminals forcibly pushed a trader into a car and abducted him in Javer. The trader was taking a morning walk when the incident occurred. The police have not been able to obtain any leads. In protest, the traders downed their shutters in protest and converged at the main crossing of the town.


Mahajan, Joshi, Sajjan do their bit as they join the road show
New Delhi, November 22
After the film stars it was the turn of party general secretary Pramod Mahajan to eulogise the merits of Surya Prakash, BJP candidate from Kamla Nagar. Mr Mahajan attended a public meeting at Mandelia Chowk and addressed the crowds.


Unhappy with NPCL, people ask CM to end licence
Greater Noida, November 22
While the UP Government is understood to have decided to throw open power distribution to private companies on November 25, the people of Greater Noida have demanded from Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav that the Noida Power Company Ltd company’s agreement be terminated as the private sector had not come up to the expectations of the people of the area.

NHRC intervenes in Gohana Gas tragedy
Sonepat, November 22
The National Human Right Commission has reportedly intervened in the proceedings of Gohana Gas tragedy incident in which three persons lost their lives by inhaling poisonous gas in a 35-feet deep well of the Yamuna Action Plan Project (YAP) on May 18 last year.

Sonepat has little respite from incessant power cuts
Sonepat, November 22
There has been no respite from the unannounced and unorganised loadsheddings, power breakdowns, power failures and the low voltage in the city and elsewhere in the district.

Power blackout in village since one week
Sonepat, November 22
Resentment prevails among residents of Malikpur village in this district against the failure of the Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam’s officials to replace the two electricity transformers which were burnt despite repeated complaints made to them in this regard.

Scribe remembered
Rohtak, November 22
Rich tributes were paid to martyr journalist Ram Chander Chhatterpati, Editor of Sirsa-based eveninger, `Poora Sach’, on his first death anniversary by leaders of various political, social and scribe’s organisations on Friday.

Look within and around you, you can’t but believe
f you want to believe in God but do not find sufficient evidence to do so, you can read the books of those who began their lives with unbelief. One among them was Rev Richard Wurmbrand, a Jew, who spent fourteen years in a communist jail. Many of these years were spent in solitary confinement “never seeing anyone except the torturers, never having a book or paper, never hearing a voice or a whisper”. The only one who could cling was God, supposing He exists.


Eight-yr-old girl raped in Sarai Rohilla
New Delhi, November 22
An eight-year-old daughter of a labourer was raped last evening by a youth in the Sarai Rohilla area. The youth lured the girl on the pretext of offering her more food at a function and then raped her in a deserted area.

CIA staff foil dacoity, four arrested
Sonepat, November 22
With the arrest of four armed miscreants, the CIA staff foiled a dacoity which was to be committed at sand dunes near Nandnaur village, about 25 km from here, last night.


NCC celebrates 55th anniversary
Meerut, November 22
The 55th anniversary of the National Cadet Corps was celebrated today. The corps boasts of a strength of almost 14,000 in Meerut and has 13,00000 boy and girl students in the country in its fold. The NCC has always been be in the service of the nation whenever there is any contingency like a flood, an earthquake or any other national calamity. Besides that the cadets undertake a variety of programmes involving social service like pulse polio vaccination, blood donation, afforestation.


Five-yr jail for abetting suicide of son-in-law
Rewari, November 22
In a rare case of abetment of suicide, the onus of which has squarely fallen on the in-laws of the deceased, Arvind Yadav, son of Bharat Singh Yadav, resident of Gurawara village, Mr Deepak Gupta, Additional Sessions Judge, Rewari, has sentenced Laxmi Narain Yadav, father-in-law of the deceased, Rajesh Yadav, brother-in-law, and Indra Yadav, sister-in-law, each to imprisonment for a period of five years and also imposed a fine of Rs 1,000 on each one of the three convicts.

HC dismisses plea to file nomination after deadline
New Delhi, November 22
The Delhi High Court has dismissed a petition filed by an Independent candidate seeking to file his nominations from the Sadar Bazar constituency after November 17, the last date to do so for the elections to the Delhi Assembly.


Effective interventions needed to check neonatal deaths
N an average two out of every three births take place at homes in India attended by untrained personnel. This is one of the major reasons for the neonatal mortality rate (NMR) in the country being as high as 64 per cent. Such casual handling at the time of birth leads to Birth Asphyxia (inability to breathe at birth) and neonatal sepsis (infections at birth), which cause most deaths in this group.

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Vice-President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat receiving the first copy of the book on acupressure, 'Miraculous effects of acupressure', authored by Dr L. C. Gupta and Dr A. K. Saxena in the Capital.

Vice-President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat receiving the first copy of the book on acupressure, 'Miraculous effects of acupressure', authored by Dr L. C. Gupta and Dr A. K. Saxena in the Capital.

SAIL School sail past Imphal
New Delhi, November 22
SAIL School, Bokaro (Jharkhand) edged past NCC, Imphal by a solitary goal in the opening match of the Subroto Cup Football Tournament for Under-17 at the Ambedkar Stadium on Saturday. Ranikanti Ghosh scored the only goal of the match in the 18th minute. 

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  • IMA-Cavalry lift Prithi Singh Cup


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