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J&K polls: 6,000 voters take part in SVEEP programme

J&K polls: 6,000 voters take part in SVEEP programme

05 Nov 2014

Jammu: As many as 6,000 voters took part in "Matdaan Mahotsav" campaign in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir, undertaken for 100 per cent electoral literacy and greater participation in upcoming assembly elections.

Jammu election,   J&K voters,   Matdaan Mahotsav,   Kathua district,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Electoral literacy,   Assembly elections,   Voting,  
Elephant herd from Dalma now roaming in Mayurbhanj

Elephant herd from Dalma now roaming in Mayurbhanj

04 Nov 2014

Baripada (Odisha): A herd of 80 elephants from Dalma Sanctuary strayed into Mayurbhanj district of the state, forest officials said. Odisha Forest department has deployed specially-trained personnel for smooth movement of a large herd of elephants which entered the woods in Mayurbhanj on Monday, Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) Baripada, Sanjay Swain said.

Elephant,   Elephant herd,   Dalma,   Mayurbhanj,   Dalma Sanctuary,   Mayurbhanj district,   Odisha,   Dalma elephant sanctuary,  
Protesters clash with police in Srinagar

Protesters clash with police in Srinagar

04 Nov 2014

Srinagar: Angry protesters clashed with police in Nowgam area of Srinagar on Tuesday following the death of two local youths in army firing in Chattergam village of Badgam district on Monday.

Srinagar,   protesters,   Nowgam area,   Srinagar,   local youths,   Chattergam village,   Badgam district,  
J&K killings: Army orders probe, Omar says deaths 'avoidable'

J&K killings: Army orders probe, Omar says deaths 'avoidable'

04 Nov 2014

New Delhi/Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday said he spoke with Union Defence Minister Arun Jaitley over the killing of two youths in state's Budgam district on Monday, terming the deaths 'avoidable'.

Indian army,   Omar Abdullah,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Budgam district,   Nowgam,   J&K Chief Minister,  
Jharkhand minister denies connection with JT

Jharkhand minister denies connection with JT

04 Sep 2014

Hazaribagh (Jharkhand): Jharkhand Minister Yogendra Yadav denied reports of his alleged connection with ‘Jharkhand Tiger group (JT)’, a criminal outfit in Hazaribagh district, saying his opponents were out to defame him before the Assembly elections.

Yogendra Yadav,   Jharkhand Tiger group,   Hazaribagh district,   Hazaribagh district,   CBI probe,  
29 houses set ablaze in Arunachal <strong>district</strong>

29 houses set ablaze in Arunachal district

19 May 2014

Itanagar: At least 29 houses were allegedly set on fire at Tezu Kholla in Lohit district by unidentified persons.

Arunachal Pradesh,   house,   fire,   Itanagar,   fishermen,   Bihar,   inferno,  
Security beefed up in Faizabad <strong>district</strong> court after attack

Security beefed up in Faizabad district court after attack

11 Jul 2014

Faizabad (UP): A day after firing and bomb attack on the district court premises here, local administration on Thursday beefed up the security in the area.

bomb attack,   Faizabad district court,   District Magistrate office,   Faizabad Divisional Commissioner,   Gyanendra Sharma,  
2 civilians killed, 2 injured in Army firing in Kashmir

2 civilians killed, 2 injured in Army firing in Kashmir

03 Nov 2014

Srinagar: Two civilians were killed and two  others injured in Army firing on Monday in Budgam district of central Kashmir when they did not stop their vehicle at check points.

Srinagar,   Civilians,   Army firing,   Budgam district,   Kashmir,   Indian army,   J&K firing,  
Villagers upbeat as government opens block in Maoist-infested area of Jharkhand

Villagers upbeat as government opens block in Maoist-infested area of Jharkhand

27 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Moist-infested areas of Jharkhand are all prepared to welcome the opening of government blocks in the area. Villagers were upbeat with the government’s decision to open a block (district-subdivision) office.

Government,   Block office,   Maoist,   Jharkhand,   Naxal news,   Palamu district ,  
Congress delegation not allowed to visit trouble-torn Birbhum village

Congress delegation not allowed to visit trouble-torn Birbhum village

01 Nov 2014

Chaumondalpur(WB): Congress delegation led by the party's state unit chief Adhir Chowdhury was not allowed to enter trouble-torn Makra village in Birbhum district, which was made out of bounds for politicians by the Trinamool Congress government.

Chaumondalpur,   Congress,   Adhir Chowdhury,   Makra village,   Birbhum district,   Trinamool Congress,   West Bengal government,  

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