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Curbs on gatherings relaxed in Delhi's Trilokpuri

Curbs on gatherings relaxed in Delhi's Trilokpuri

31 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Orders prohibiting any gathering and movement of large groups in the riot-hit Trilokpuri area of Delhi were relaxed on Friday for 13 hours, police said, adding that permission to organise a religious programme in the area has been granted.

Trilokpuri,   Trilokpuri riot,   Trilokpuri Delhi riot,   Delhi,   curfew,   jagran,   police,  
Mobiles, western culture, indecent dressing reasons for rape: UP <strong>Police</strong>

Mobiles, western culture, indecent dressing reasons for rape: UP Police

31 Oct 2014

Lucknow: After SP leader Mulayam Singh Yadav's 'ladke to ladke hain' (boys are boys) remark about rapists, Uttar Pradesh Police has listed mobile phones, western culture and indecent dressing by women as reasons for rape.

UP police,   Uttar Pradesh Police,   Rape cases in UP,   Badun rape case,   Mulayam Singh Yadav,   SP,   Akhilesh Yadav,  
Shah Rukh visits Kanpur, fans give cops a tough time

Shah Rukh visits Kanpur, fans give cops a tough time

31 Oct 2014

Kanpur: A huge crowd gathered to have a glimpse of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan who was in the city to thank his fans for the success of his new movie 'Happy New Year', giving a tough time to policemen in managing the fans.

Shah Rukh Khan,   Happy New Year,   Kanpur,   Farah Khan,   Police,   fans,  
Centre to give Rs 5 lakh additional compensation each to next of 1984 riot victims

Centre to give Rs 5 lakh additional compensation each to next of 1984 riot victims

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Government has decided to give Rs five lakh each to the next of kin of 3,325 victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots triggered after assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.

Modi Government,   1984 riots,   Anti-Sikh riots,   Indira Gandhi,   Indira Gandhi assassination,   Riots compensation,  
Punjab CM thanks Centre for gesture towards 1984 riot victims

Punjab CM thanks Centre for gesture towards 1984 riot victims

30 Oct 2014

Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Thursday thanked the Centre and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for deciding to give an additional compensation of Rs five lakh each to the next of kin of 3,325 victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

Punjab Chief Minister,   Punjab CM,   Parkash Singh Badal,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   1984 riots,   anti-Sikh riots,  
Haryana government eliminates interview in <strong>police</strong> recruitment

Haryana government eliminates interview in police recruitment

30 Oct 2014

Chandigarh: In a significant decision, the BJP government in Haryana on Thursday decided to do away with holding interview in police recruitment process and select candidates purely on the basis of merit, a step aimed at ending corruption and bring transparency in selection process.

BJP government,   Haryana government,   Police interview,   Haryana police recruitment,   Transparency,   Police selection process,  
Hyderabad <strong>Police</strong> detains techie for trying to join ISIS

Hyderabad Police detains techie for trying to join ISIS

30 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: A 30-year-old software engineer, who allegedly had plans to join the ranks of the dreaded terror group Islamic State (ISIS) in Iraq, has been detained by Hyderabad Police.

Hyderabad,   Hyderabad police,   Software engineer,   Terror group,   Islamic State,   ISIS,   Iraq,   Muslims,  
Delhi's Trilokpuri prohibitory orders relaxed for 11 hours

Delhi's Trilokpuri prohibitory orders relaxed for 11 hours

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Delhi Police relaxed the prohibitory orders for 11 hours on Thursday in Delhi's Trilokpuri area, which has been hit by communal clashes.

Delhi Police,  Trilokpuri,   Communal Clashes,   Joint Police Commissioner,   Sanjay Beniwal ,  
 Shweta Basu relieved from rescue home, to stay with family

Shweta Basu relieved from rescue home, to stay with family

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: In a relief for National Award winning actress Shweta Basu Prasad who was sent to a rescue home after being held for prostitution by Hyderabad Police, a session court ordered her release.

Shweta Basu,   National Award,   Vishal Bhardwaj,   Hyderabad Police,   Makdee,   Iqbal,  
Saliva may reveal deadly diseases early

Saliva may reveal deadly diseases early

30 Oct 2014

New York: Saliva has tremendous medical and scientific value and a simple saliva test could lead to early detection of diseases such as diabetes and cancer, and perhaps neurological disorders and autoimmune diseases, a research shows.

Shweta Basu,   National Award,   Vishal Bhardwaj,   Hyderabad Police,   Makdee,   Iqbal,  

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