Inter-state gang smashed,
backpack to fight fires in Capital
The Noida Authority got a jolt yesterday when the Allahabad High Court stayed the hike in price of flats, announced by the Noida Authority after having given the possession of flats to the allottees.
Officials of the sub-registrars of Kharkhauda, Ganaur and Gohana tehsils are allegedly charging unofficial commission of one per cent from the property owners who come to the office for registration of their sold properties. This is happening despite the District Collector having fixed the land rates in various parts of urban and rural areas in the district and the registration deeds being valued accordingly.
After the main accused in the Red Fort shootout case complained that he did not have faith in the court, a Delhi court hearing the December 2000 case today sent the case file to the District Judge.
Addressing the students of Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology, the President, Dr A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, today said India had been forced to use all its resources to find alternative technological solutions whenever it had been denied technology from abroad.
With the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) placing emphasis on ‘education for all’, including children with disability, the Rehabilitation Council of India has been receiving several requests from the state governments from across the country to sensitise and train regular schoolteachers so that the integration of disabled children into regular schools becomes easy.
Three-member panel to monitor
BJP can’t win
under its own steam in Haryana: Chautala
Smriti Irani BJP nominee from Chandni Chowk
New Delhi, April 16
Actress Smriti Malhotra Irani is the BJP’s candidate in the Chandni Chowk parliamentary constituency. The general secretary of the party, Mr Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, today said that the party’s president, Mr Venkaiah Naidu, has approved her name.
The BJP candidate in the Sadar parliamentary constituency, Mr Vijay Goel, today raised a question mark over the educational qualification of his Congress rival Jagdish Tytler and wanted to know what prompted him not to disclose it. He also asked why the Congress was putting up Mr Tytler, who had been involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. “The who’s who does not mention Tytler’s educational qualification.... Why is he hiding his educational qualification.... There is something fishy in it”, Mr Goel told mediapersons.
The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) has stepped up its attack on the INC for fielding two controversial leaders as its candidates in the Lok Sabha election but the new head of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) refused to comment. “The move has pulled the mask of secularism off the Congress face”, said SAD Delhi chief Avtar Singh Hit, a close lieutenant of former Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal in the wake of the INC naming Mr Sajjan Kumar and Mr Jagdish Tytler as its candidates.
HC notice to
Delhi Govt over autorickshaw quota
Wheat crop worth
Rs 4 lakh destroyed
residents plagued by shortage of water
birth anniversary celebrated
Punjab & Sind Bank Director V. K. Chopra during a function to celebrate the birth anniversary of Baba Saheb Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar in the Capital on Friday.
Sonepat, April 16
The Judicial Magistrate First Class, Ms Rajni Yadav, yesterday convicted two accused, Jaibeer and Jai Bhagwan, under the Excise Act and sentenced them to six months’ rigorous imprisonment each.
Delhi Fire Service pins flag on Lt-Governor
New Delhi, April 16
The Delhi Fire Service today pinned a flag on the Lieutenant-Governor, Mr Vijai Kapoor, here today in connection with Fire Service Week.
Model Code of Conduct
Positive issues need to be highlighted
in good COMPANY. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal
Gulf Oil launches auto
Durga Prasad bowls Chand
Khanna to victory
beat Salwan in Turf Cricket
Modern School win
through spin of coin
The Sonnet Club team who won the Under-15 Cricket Tournament for Schools.
Esha top seedings in Hans Raj TT
Digvijay to clash in semi-final