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Three cheers for govt-run schools
New Delhi, May 26
The CBSE class XII results have cheered up government run schools. Unlike in the past, the schools have shown a marked improvement, changing the general perception that government run schools are synonymous with bad results.

Class XII students of St. Thomas School rejoicing in the Capital on Wednesday.

A perfect 100

Rohini scores

Class XII students of St. Thomas School rejoicing in the Capital on Wednesday.
— Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal

Man pulled out of car, shot dead
Faridabad, May 26
A person travelling in his car from Gurgaon to Faridabad was shot dead by some unidentified armed persons and his body was thrown on the outskirts of Pali-Pakhal village last night. 

  • CM making false claim on loan interest: RLD

Brazen attack
Four shot dead in Bulandshahr
Noida, May 26
Four Thakurs, including two brothers, were shot dead at midnight on Monday while they were asleep near the tubewell in their farm in village Aukhand, Dibai in Bulandshahr.

  • Three killed in accident near Kaithal

Four labourers killed in chimney fall
Sonepat, May 26
Four labourers were killed and one was injured seriously when the chimney of a brick kiln between Sikandarpur Majra and Rabra villages on Gohana Kharkhoda Road fell on the huts in which the victims were sleeping.

A student of Jesus and Marry School giving the good news to her parents after the declaration of the CBSE class XII examination results.

A student of Jesus and Marry School giving the good news to her parents after the declaration of the CBSE class XII examination results. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal


  Gang floated dummy cos, duped youth
New Delhi, May 26
With the arrest of five persons, including two postmen and a customer executive of a bank, the Special Cell claimed to have busted a gang, involved in the cheating of at least 1,800 innocent job seekers from across the country.


Activists of the Delhi Riots Victims Sikh Society protesting aginst Mr Jagdish Tytler’s becoming a minister in the Congress government at Jantar Mantar in the Capital on Wednesday.Delhi riot victims burn Tytler’s effigy
New Delhi, May 26
Members of the Delhi Riots Victims Sikh Society held a sit-in against the induction of Mr Jagdish Tytler into the Union Council of Ministers as the Minister of State (Independent) of Non-Resident Affairs.

Activists of the Delhi Riots Victims Sikh Society protesting against Mr Jagdish Tytler’s becoming a minister in the Congress government at Jantar Mantar in the Capital on Wednesday.

Jat body thankful for inducting Natwar, Ola in Cabinet
Sonepat, May 26
The convenor of the Haryana Jat Arakshan Sangharsh Samiti and the spokesman of the All India Jat Mahasabha, Mr Tara Chand Mor, has thanked the Congress president, Mrs Sonia Gandhi, and the Prime Minister, Mr Manmohan Singh, for inducting two Jat leaders, Mr Natwar Singh and Mr Sis Ram Ola, as Cabinet ministers in the Union Council of Ministers.

Mazdoor union threatens stir over sack notices
Sonepat, May 26
The Forest Department Mazdoor Union of Haryana has expressed grave concern over the retrenchment notices issued to the daily wage workers by the Forest Department, describing the act as unwarranted and uncalled for.

A large tree fell after the squall in the Capital on Tuesday night.
A large tree fell after the squall in the Capital on Tuesday night.

One killed as terrace collapses in thunderstorm
Sonepat, May 26
Stormy winds blew in the region last night, causing widespread destruction with the displacing of electric poles and felling of trees on the roads. One person died while another was injured as the terrace of a house caved in. According to information, a Tata Sumo rammed a tree on Berl Dhaur Road last night.

  • Thunderstorm plays havoc

Probe sought into illegal tree felling
Sonepat, May 26
The Haryana Government has been suffering a huge financial loss on account of illegal felling of trees in the district, particularly in Gohana and Ganaur sub-divisions.

Villagers form patrolling parties
Sonepat, May 26
As the Irrigation Department has failed to check canal water theft after repeated complaints from the villagers, residents of four villages, Farmana, Ridhau, Mozam Nagar and Nizampur, have decided to curb the menace by performing round-the-clock patrolling on Katwal minor which is the only source of irrigation in the fields of these villages.

Mayor inspects Hindu Rao Hospital
New Delhi:
The Mayor of Delhi, Mr A. R. Verma, today inspected Hindu Rao Hospital to take stock of situation.

Roadways employees to press for regularisation of services
Sonepat, May 26
The Haryana Roadways Workers Union, affiliated to the Sarv Karamchari Sangh, has decided to stage a demonstration in front of the office of the General Manager of Haryana Roadways, Sonepat, to press its demands for the regularisation of the services of the employees working on daily wages.

  • Labourer killed

NCR briefs
Change of guard in Noida, Greater Noida
Noida, May 26
The UP Government has transferred the Chairman and Chief Executive Officers of Noida and Greater Noida Authority. It is learnt that Greater Noida Chairman Brijesh Kumar has been transferred as the Chairman of the Revenue Board, while Revenue Board Chairman Dharminder Dev has been appointed as the Chairman of Jal Nigam.

  • Rain and wind wreak havoc


Couple sentenced to life imprisonment for murder
New Delhi, May 26
A city court has sentenced a couple to life imprisonment for murdering their relative. The Additional Sessions Judge, Mr Yogesh Khanna, also imposed a fine of Rs 500 on the accused, identified as Ram Prasad and Chamela, besides sentencing their accomplices, Narender Pal and Raj Kumar, to rigorous imprisonment of three years.

  • Two killed

  • Satta racket busted

772 bags of wheat missing from godowns
Sonepat, May 26
At least 772 bags of wheat worth several lakhs of rupees were reported to be missing from the godowns of the Food and Supplies Department at Ganaur town in this district.

  • 30 passengers injured

  • Body found

Labourers attacked by drunk villagers
Sonepat, May 26
Two labourers, identified as Manoj and Sanjay, were seriously injured when they were attacked by a group under the influence of liquor while they were asleep in the fields at Bhowapur village, 20 km from here last night.

Man shot by security guard
Noida, May 26
A security guard of a factory in Sector-63 killed his neighbour under the influence of liquor. During an altercation, the security guard, identified as Amit, trained his licensed gun at his neighbours in Mamura village under Sector-58. He killed one of them and wounding the other.


CCS varsity all set to conduct CPMT
Meerut, May 26
Preparations are on here for the Combined Pre-Medical Test (CPMT) scheduled to be held on Sunday, May 30, at various centres of 18 cities throughout Uttar Pradesh.

Asmi ties up with Wigan Fashion School
smi, one of the leading brands in contemporary diamond jewellery, has tied ups with Wigan Fashion School, a division of Wigan and Leigh College.

  • FDCI director completes tenure

  • Job guaranteed courses

  • IACM becomes Microsoft certified partner

  • MAIT workshop

  • APPIN offers courses

  • Women polytechnic announces admissions

PPIN offers courses entirely based on experimental learning

PPIN offers courses entirely based on experimental learning

APPIN offers courses entirely based on experimental learning.


Increase in diarrhoea cases in Ghaziabad
Ghaziabad, May 26
There has been noticeable increase in the number of diarrhoea cases in the district. Reportedly, hospitals are not in a position to handle the large number of diarrhoea cases.



Yogesh Sachdeva bowls FCI to victory
New Delhi, May 26
Deadly off-spin bowling by Yogesh Sachdeva (4 for 33) helped Food Corporation of India (FCI) trounce Air Sahara by five wickets in the Lala Raghubir Singh Hot Weather Cricket Tournament on the Modern School ground.

  • Ravindra School in semis

  • Sahil Kumar shines

Dhruv, Renuka lift under-18 tennis titles
New Delhi, May 26
Dhruv Gupta defeated Tushar Jagota 6-4, 6-4 to lift the under-18 boys singles title while Renuka Keshwani beat Khayati Thakur 6-4, 6-3 in the girls final of the AITA Talent Series Tennis Tournament at the Roshanara Club court.

  • Delhi Audit struggle to win in DSA League

Jind district bags basketball title
Sonepat, May 26
The Jind district has bagged the Haryana state Junior Basketball Championship title in both boys and girls section that concluded last evening at Sir Chhotu Ram Modern Senior Secondary School, Ratangarh.

Gaurav, Narender guide Cambridge Foundation to victory
New Delhi, May 26
A dashing century, off 37 balls with 20 boundaries and one six, by Gaurav Mathur and an all-round display by Narender Chauhan (56 n o, 5 catches) helped Cambridge Foundation defeat Golden Cricket Club by 152 runs in a league match of the Cambridge Foundation Under-19 Summer League Cricket Tournament on the Cambridge ground at Rajouri Garden.

  • Hardeep Singh slams ton


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