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Sanitation worker mowed down by truck in Agra 24.6.2017 TOI: Cities
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CBI arrests ex-ED officer in Rs 50 lakh bribery case 24.6.2017 TOI: India
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Ballabgarh Murder: CPI (M) demands identification of political connections of criminals 24.6.2017 New Kerala: India News
Ballabgarh Murder: CPI (M) demands identification of political connections of criminals
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Ballabhgarh murder accused sent on three-day police remand 24.6.2017 New Kerala: India News
Ballabhgarh murder accused sent on three-day police remand
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Centre Grants Approval for Airport at Jewar in Greater Noida 24.6.2017 Govt of india: PIB
The Government has granted in-principle approval for a greenfield airport at Jewar in Greater Noida in view of the rapidly growing flying requirements of the NCR region . Announcing this at a press conference in New Delhi today the Minister for Civil Aviation Shri P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju said that the air traffic in the NCR region is growing very fast. From the current level of 62 million passengers per annum, it is expected to reach upto 91 MPPA by 2020 and 109 MPPA by 2024, which would be the saturation point for the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi.
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Fiscal deficit of states soars to Rs 4.93 trillion in FY16 24.6.2017 DNA: India
Led by the most populous state Uttar Pradesh and the largest state Rajasthan, the gross fiscal deficits of all the states skyrocketed to Rs 4,93,360 crore in fiscal 2016 from Rs 18,790 crore in FY1991, according to the latest RBI data. According to the second edition of RBI's statistical publication titled 'Handbook of Statistics on States 2016-17', which was released today, the gap is projected to improve to Rs 4,49,520 crore as per the budget estimates of the states for fiscal 2017. Uttar Pradesh had a fiscal deficit of a paltry Rs 3,070 crore in FY91, which zoomed to Rs 64,320 crore in FY16 and but is projected to improve to Rs 49,960 crore in FY17. According to the 16-year data, Rajasthan, which had a gross fiscal deficit of Rs 540 crore in FY91, saw it soaring to Rs 67,350 crore in FY16 and is projected to decline to Rs 40,530 crore in FY17. Maharashtra, one of the most urbanised and industrialised states, had a gap of Rs 1,020 crore in FY91 but the same jumped to Rs 37,950 crore in FY16 which is ...
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Arrested man says he was drunk, witnessed Muslim youth’s lynching on Mathura-bound train 24.6.2017 DNA: India
The police on Saturday arrested one person in connection with a case wherein a youth was murdered after a scuffle broke out in a train over a seat here. However, the accused, who was arrested earlier, claimed that he did not stab the victim, but confessed to have been intoxicated during the incident. “It was another person who stabbed the man, not me. Yes, I agree I had consumed alcohol, but did not attack the man or taunt him on eating beef as claimed,” the accused said. Earlier on Friday, the victim, identified as Junaid, a native of Khandawali village in Ballabhgarh had gone to Delhi to do shopping along with his two brothers. When they were returning by the Mathura passenger train, they had a heated argument with a group of men over seating. One of the men of the group attacked Junaid with knife, and he subsequently succumbed to his injuries. Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Mohinder Singh told ANI that three teams have been formed to nab the culprits and that they hoped the attackers would soon ...
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Centre gives green signal for Greater Noida International Airport 24.6.2017 New Kerala: India News
Centre gives green signal for Greater Noida International Airport
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One arrested in Ballabhgarh murder case 24.6.2017 New Kerala: India News
One arrested in Ballabhgarh murder case
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Drunk society guard arrested in Greater Noida for attempted rape 24.6.2017 New Kerala: India News
Drunk society guard arrested in Greater Noida for attempted rape
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Kovind to visit Lucknow on Sunday to seek support for presidential polls 24.6.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
A senior Congress leader said the Opposition's presidential pick Meira Kumar might also pay a visit to Lucknow to seek votes from the electoral college as the party "will not leave any stone unturned" for the election.
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Ram Nath Kovind to kickstart nation-wide tour from Uttar Pradesh 24.6.2017 TOI: India
The NDA's presidential nominee Ram Nath Kovind will visit Uttar Pradesh to seek support from members of both the Houses of the state. Kovind's visit to Uttar Pradesh is part of his nation-wide tour. He is likely to go to Uttarakhand from Uttar Pradesh.
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States' fiscal deficit soars to Rs 4.93 trillion in FY16 24.6.2017 ET: Economy/Finance
Uttar Pradesh had a fiscal deficit of a paltry Rs 3,070 crore in FY91, which zoomed to Rs 64,320 crore in FY16 and is projected to improve to Rs 49,960 crore in FY17.
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Two Moradabad women set ablaze in case of honour killing 24.6.2017 New Kerala: India News
Two Moradabad women set ablaze in case of honour killing
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Centre clears proposal for Noida International Airport in Jewar 24.6.2017 Noida - City - The Times of India
The government has cleared a proposal for setting up a greenfield airport in Jewar in Greater Noida, which is likely to be operational in the next five to six years. Civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said at a press briefing here today that "in-principle clearance has been granted" for the airport.
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Jat stir: First round of talks inconclusive 24.6.2017 DNA: Top News
Dialogue between Bharatpur Jat Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti and the state government nominees held at Bharatpur divisional commissioner office on Friday evening has failed. Now, Jats have decided to continue blocking roads and railway tracks and to intensify protests. On Friday, in order to press for their demand of reservation under OBC category, agitating Jats blocked all rail and road routes to Bharatpur city. Traders too joined protest and markets remained closed. Meanwhile, additional police force was deployed in view of the Jat agitation. Social Justice and Empowerment department director Dr Samit Sharma, divisional commissioner Subir Kumar, district collector Dr NK Gupta and police superintendent Anil Tak from the government side while Deeg MLA Vishvendra Singh and Bharatpur Jat Arakshan Sangharsh Samiti convener Nem Singh Fauzdar represented the Jat community and held talks at Bharatpur divisional commissioner office. At the meeting, the talks could not continue further when officials turned down ...
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Jats sit on tracks; rail & road traffic blocked 24.6.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
The Railway administration had cancelled 15 trains of North-Western Railway and five trains of Central Railway as part of its efforts to streamline rail traffic following the chakka jam by Jats in Bharatpur district. Meanwhile, as Jat agitators have also blocked road routes in Bharatpur, the Rajasthan Roadways has also cancelled operation of many buses on various routes. Due to road blocks by agitators, not a single bus could come out of the Bharatpur Roadway bus stand and none of the buses could enter the city on the second day of  Jat agitation on Friday. North-Western Railway chief public relations officer Tarun Jain has said that Jaipur-Lucknow train was cancelled on Friday morning and Lucknow-Jaipur train stands cancelled on Saturday. Train number 12404 Jaipur-Allahabad which was scheduled to depart from Jaipur on Friday would start from Mathura station and thus the train has been partially cancelled as it would not run between Jaipur and Mathura stations. Earlier, this train was completely ...
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Stripped by mob, he stitches clothes now 24.6.2017 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Ramesh Sarvaiya (22), who was one of the four dalit youths thrashed by gau rakshaks in July last year.He is now being trained in stitching shirts and trousers.
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1 Muslim youth killed, 3 hurt by lynch mob in Mathura train 24.6.2017 DNA: Recent Columns
A 19-year-old youth was stabbed to death and his two brothers and a friend were wounded on a running train in the National Capital Region (NCR) on Thursday evening when a group of men attacked them after allegedly calling them ‘anti-nationals’ and ‘meat-eaters’. The youth boarded the train from Delhi to their village in Haryana’s Ballabgarh. “They asked my son to get up and vacate the seat just because he ate meat. They removed his skull cap and threw it,” said Zalaludeen, who lost his son Junaid. Kamaldeep, Superintendent of Police, Government Railway Police, said, “One of the accused has been arrested. A hunt is still on.” Brothers Junaid and Hasib, along with their friend Moin, had left for Delhi to shop for Eid. Hasib said a group of 15-20 men boarded the train at Okhla Station and asked them to vacate the seats.  They called relatives for help after the mob started thrashing them. The third brother, Shakir, boarded the train at Ballabgarh after getting the call. Once inside the train, he was also ...
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DU admissions: Colleges release first cut-offs 24.6.2017 DNA: India
Delhi University colleges on Friday released their first cut-off lists for admissions to various undergraduate courses. There was a considerable drop in the cut-offs of most courses, including English (Honours), B Com (H) and Economics (H), from last year. Surprisingly, the cut-off Humanities was slightly higher than Commerce and Science with the highest for Political Science (Honours) at SGTB Khalsa College at 99 per cent followed by Psychology (Honours) at Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College at 98.5 per cent. SGTB Khalsa again recorded the highest in Science and Commerce courses for BSc ( Electronics) at 99.6 per cent and BCom (Honours) at 98 per cent. According to University officials, the poor results of state boards, including Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, led to the drop in cut-offs this year. "This year, the university has kept in mind the students of state boards who don't score as much as those from CBSE," a senior official said. Explaining the surge in the Humanities cut-off, he said, "This was predictable ...
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