“It (these killings) is an attempt to stop the pace of development and break the morale of society,” Sinha said while addressing the Police Commemoration Day function here.
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Veggie Prices: No Respite Till Pongal?
THE increase in prices of vegetables such as brinjal, ladies finger, drumstick, tomatoes, beans and carrots in the retail market has jeopardised family budgets. This comes in the wake of a price rise in cooking gas cylinder.
Akhilesh, Jayant Give Call To Oust BJP In 2022
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Flood Throws Life Out Of Gear In Tiruchy
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In Solidarity, Nagaland Calls Off Hornbill Festival
Apex tribal oufit to approach Central government for AFSPA repeal
Omicron Scare: More People Getting Jabbed
Village health nurses say awareness about vax has increased; people are also enquiring about booster dose
K'taka will set up more labs, says CM
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Indian-origin physician boards moon mission
Anil Menon (45), a lieutenant colonel in the US Air Force and an ex-SpaceX first flight surgeon, is among the 10 trainee astronauts
I-T dept unearths suppression of sales worth ₹1,000 crore by Saravana group
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DRDO successfully tests missile
THE Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on Tuesday successfully flight-tested Vertical Launch Short Range Surface to Air Missile (VL-SRSAM) from a defence test facility off Odisha coast paving way for its integration with Indian Navy's warships.
CM visits rain-hit areas in Chengalpattu, Kanchi
CHIEF Minister MK Stalin on Tuesday visited flood-affected areas in Chengalpattu and Kancheepuram districts and distributed welfare assistance to people.
What It Takes To Sell Indian Saffron!
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Army's J&K Drill To Get Behind Enemy Lines
The Army on Tuesday conducted a helicopter-borne exercise in the higher reaches of the Kashmir Valley to practice inserting a task force “behind enemy lines in an intense air defence and electronic warfare operating environment”.
Mercury dips after fresh snowfall in hills
The mercury plummeted by 5-6° Celsius at several places in the north-western Himalayas on Monday as several parts of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand received fresh snowfall, officials familiar with the matter said.
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On J&K visit, finance minister inaugurates projects worth ₹165 cr
UNION Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday arrived here on her first visit to Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370 and inaugurated projects worth ₹165 crore.
Terrorists killing civilians despite high security
“There has been a massive security ramp up with no consequential results'.
Kashmir skier Arif qualifies for Winter Olympics
MUMBAI: Arif Khan, India's alpine skier from Kashmir, had big plans for this year. He was due to get married in September, but as borders opened up he set his sights on something else. “He decided to postpone his wedding. And soon left for Austria to train and focus on qualifying for the Winter Olympics," his father Yasin Khan said.
J&K Cong dissidents want Azad as CM candidate
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MOST LIQUOR shops in the national capital remained shut Wednesday even as the new excise regime came into effect.