Rae Bareli, June 18
Congress President Sonia Gandhi virtually swung into election mode today, urging party workers in her constituency to replicate her record win and wipe out opponents.
Congress MP Rahul Gandhi at Amausi Airport in Lucknow on his way back to Delhi on Sunday after a two-day tour of Rae Bareli with his mother Sonia Gandhi. — PTI
blames Centre for Rae Bareli’s power crisis Lucknow, June
If Rae Bareli is not
getting enough power, it is the fault of the Centre and
not because it is being given stepmotherly treatment by
the state government, clarified the Uttar Pradesh Power
Corporation Limited today.
Has the Union Health Minister been highhanded in dealing with the AIIMS director?
die as bus falls into ravine Jammu, June 18
As many as 25 persons were killed
and 26 injured when a passenger bus on its way to Srinagar from here
plunged into a ravine near Ramban on the Jammu-Srinagar highway early
A person injured in the bus accident, which took place near Ramban in Jammu, is being removed away from the scene of the mishap on Sunday.
— AFP photo
Amarnath board shortchanging pilgrims New Delhi, June 18
A Shiv lingam nearly 5 feet high, crudely prepared from snow, is placed prominently at the Amarnath shrine and is dwarfing the genuine lingam, which is much smaller.
This has been done by the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board for the first time.
to strengthen stress counselling: Pranab Kolkata, June 18
The Ministry of Defence has decided
to strengthen stress counselling for the armed forces following the
alleged suicide of Army officer Lieut Sushmita Chakraborty. “There is
a counselling set up to address the stress and strains faced by the
officers and personnel of the Army.
to flag off second bus service to PoK tomorrow Jammu, June 18
The UPA Chairperson, Ms Sonia
Gandhi and the Defence Minister, Mr Pranab Mukherjee, will flag off a
passenger bus service between Poonch and Rawlakot in Pakistan occupied
Kashmir on Tuesday amidst tight security in the wake of reports of two
terrorist groups having infiltrated in the area.
Tribune Exclusive J&K losing
lakhs on Chandigarh property Chandigarh, June 18
As far as silly interpretation of
the law is concerned this takes the cake. Only, the cake is costing the
cash-strapped government of Jammu and Kashmir lakhs of rupees a month.
How? Read on.
The building owned by the J&K Government, which houses the office of Labour Bureau, in Chandigarh.
— Tribune photo by Manoj Mahajan
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