2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
dera men clash: 12 injured
Magisterial probe to
focus on police role Bathinda, May 14
As many as 12 persons were injured, two of them seriously,
when activists of the SGPC and various Sikh religious
bodies clashed with activists of Dera Sacha Sauda near the
deputy commissioner’s office before noon here today.
A man being beaten up by followers of Dera Sacha Sauda in Bathinda on Monday. — PTI
Elsewhere, row over Beant statue Jalandhar: Blaming late Chief Minister Beant Singh for killing Sikhs during his rule, workers of the SAD (Amritsar) and the SAD (Zafarwal) protested here today against the installation of his statue at BMC Chowk a few weeks ago.
recent UP election results signify
caste consolidation not caste
divisiveness. Do you agree?
police officer has confessed, Gujarat to SC New Delhi,
government told the Supreme Court today that one of the
three arrested officers of the state has confessed to his
role in the staged killings of Sohrabuddin Sheikh and his
MLA in Maya Cabinet Anand Sen Yadav,
who was elected from Milkipur in Faizabad district,
figures in the human trafficking scandal Lucknow, May 14
Uttar Pradesh Chief
Minister Mayawati might have declared she will “send all
criminals to jail”, but one of her hand-picked ministers
is already in jail while at least 10 others face criminal
OBC tops in Civil Services New Delhi, May 14
Mutyalaraju Revu, an OBC candidate from a small village, has topped the highly competitive civil services examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission at a time when the country debates the issue of reservation for OBCs in higher education.
first Asian mayor is from Jalandhar
London/Dakoha, May 14
Harjit Gill, a keen
hockey player, referee and former resident of Dakoha
village on the outskirts of Jalandhar, is all set to make
history by becoming the first Asian mayor of Britain’s
to incentivise states to avert farm crisis, says PM New Delhi,
Manmohan Singh today expressed concern over the decline in
spending of state governments towards agriculture. He said
the Centre will offer incentives to states that take
urgent measures to avert farm crisis by implementing
state-specific strategies to raise agricultural output.
Kalam, who? Mayawati
may prefer an upper-caste nominee New Delhi, May
With UP Chief Minister
Mayawati clearly having an upper hand in July's presidential
election, there are indications that the BSP supremo might
opt for an upper caste or Brahmin nominee contrary to
widespread expectations that her preference will be for a
Dalit or backward caste for the highest constitutional
office of the country.
blast kills 2 Guwahati, May
Two persons were killed
and 17 injured in a blast detonated by the banned ULFA in
the Anthgaon area in the heart of the city today even as the
death toll in the Tinsukia district violence mounted to
women’s panchayat just gives up Mewat, May 14
Haryana’s first all-women
panchayat of Neem Kheda is all set to fade away into oblivion.
Disillusioned with two-and-a half years of their own non-performance,
all 10-members of the panchayat, including the sarpanch, have decided to
put in their papers at the next meeting.
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