User: Bhupendra Topic: Uttar_Pradesh
Category: Uttar_Pradesh
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Ghaziabad realtor frets about slump in market, kills himself 26.9.2017 TOI: Cities
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Snatcher on sports bike out on hunt, cops trap him after chase 26.9.2017 TOI: Cities
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Sindhu recommended for Padma Bhushan 26.9.2017 The Assam Tribune
Sindhu recommended for Padma Bhushan
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'I was groped on campus, but BHU guards did nothing' 26.9.2017 TOI: Cities
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MA at 98, man plans to write poetry on poverty 26.9.2017 TOI: Cities
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Why are our airports in such a mess? 26.9.2017 Rediff: Business
Domestic airports across the country are bursting at the seams. And new ones are stuck.
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LIVE! Honeypreet to move HC for anticipatory bail, says lawyer 26.9.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Police seize 4 kg heroin, 10 kg opium worth Rs 20 crore, arrest 2 26.9.2017 DNA: Mumbai
The Delhi Police's Special Cell has arrested two men, including a truck driver, and recovered 4 kg heroin and 10 kg opium, worth over Rs 20 crore, from their possession. Police said the contraband was being supplied with the help of truck drivers on long routes from the northeastern regions of the country to the national Capital. On their way, the drivers delivered these consignments in Uttar Pradesh (UP), Madhya Pradesh (MP), and Delhi. The two men have been identified as truck driver Sukhwinder Singh, who has been involved in transporting drugs for seven years, and kingpin Vinay Jain. During his interrogation, Singh said he used to work as carrier for one Karu from MP earlier but Karu was arrested and charged for drug peddling. "Karu introduced Singh to Jain. Singh told us the names of his associates and that he sourced heroin from Manipur. He further disclosed that Jain used to direct him to get the drugs. He would hide the consignment in a secret cavity in his truck and deliver it in various parts of ...
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Journo gets beaten by kid's school staff 26.9.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Citing security reasons, the staffers at a private school in Noida thrashed a journalist who had gone to the school to deliver his daughter's lunch. The man alleged that despite repeated requests, the school administration did not allow him to enter and the security staffers beat him black and blue. A police complaint in this regard has been registered. Security at all Delhi schools has been stepped up following the death of a seven-year-old student of the Ryan International School in Gurugram inside the school premises. On Monday around 9 am, Yusuf Saifi, 37, correspondent with a Hindi news channel, went to the RD Public School to hand over lunch to his daughter, a Class VII student. "My daughter had forgotten to carry her lunch to school, so I went to the school to give it to her. First, the security guards did not allow me to enter. They then said outside food was not allowed into the school," said Saifi, who is recuperating at a private hospital in Noida. He further said, "When I insisted on meeting ...
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The Devasthan Temples that are rich & real money spinners 26.9.2017 DNA: Mumbai
The various temples and religious places under the state government’s possession and run by the Devasthan department are no more a liability, but have become a revenue earner. The Devasthan department, which is responsible as the custodians of various temples earned a revenue of Rs10.68 crores in 2016-17 through offerings made by  the devotees. In all. there are 593 temples and religious places that are administered by the Devasthan department. There are 390 temples that are run by the state’s grant and the state government spent Rs 1.80 crore for performing the daily Puja in these temples in the year 2016-17. There are 203 temples under the department which are self sufficient and runs its show with the offering the temples receive from the devotees. Yet, there is a provision of Rs1 crore from the department to meet out the expenses of Puja in case the temples do not receive adequate offerings from devotees, Majority of the temples were built during the princely days and the rulers would spend large ...
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Ramlilas with a twist in Old Delhi 26.9.2017 DNA: Top News
The entire national Capital is gearing up for the festive season and not to be left behind are the Luv Kush Ramlila Committee and the Nav Shri Dharmik Lila Committee — two of the biggest Ramlila committtes in old Delhi — which are organising their progrrammes on the Red Fort ground.  The Luv Kush Ramlila Committee was launched in 1988 and has since engaged Members of Parliament (MP) and councillors to play characters in the dramatic depiction of the mythological epic, Ramayana. This year, MP of northeast Delhi, Manoj Tiwari, is going to play the role of Angad, and MP of Hoshiyarpur, Vijay Sampla, will be playing the role of Nishad Raj. Nearly 50 film and television actors will also be participating in the Ramlila. Besides, Lucknow-based magician Hasan Kamal Rizvi is going to play the role of Narantak. And he won’t be the only Muslim actor to perform in the Ramlila. Organisers have also planned other cultural activities, such as a daily dance performance by a different troupe. They will also be bringing ...
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Gadkari meets four CMs on river linking 26.9.2017 TOI: India
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At BHU, harassment of women has a ‘brand name’ 26.9.2017 TOI: Home
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BHU violence: FIRs against 1,000 students 26.9.2017 TOI: Home
More than 1,000 unidentified students have been booked for violence, arson, disrupting government work on the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) campus where violence erupted on Saturday night.
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BHU apathy: How many women safety panels does varsity with 30,000 students has? Zero 25.9.2017 DNA: Opinion
Two days after a non-violent protest by the girl students of the Banaras Hindu University was brutally removed by midnight lathicharge, Varansai District Magistrate wrote to Vice-Chancellor GC Tripathi. The letter, which is with the DNA, shows the blatant disregard by the BHU authorities on the issue of women safety. The educational institute with over 30,000 students doesn't have any panel addressing the concerns of women safety. Despite the Supreme Court's order, the BHU did not constitute Vishkha Committee till date. The state of affairs can be gauged from the fact that in January this year, a women's cell and helpline were announced by the Vice-Chancellor. However, just two days later, a drunken cop allegedly misbehaved with two female students of IIT-BHU. And no action was taken against him. Spread in over 2,700 acres, the BHU has three main entrances. The entire city of Varanasi practically uses the campus roads daily. So, it is very difficult to pin-point the culprits. Thing could have been better ...
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Gadkari discusses inter-linking of river projects with four CMs 25.9.2017 TOI: India
Union water resources minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday held a meeting of chief ministers of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh and discussed with them the issue of inter-linking of rivers concerning their states.
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PM should apologise over BHU incident: Rahul Gandhi 25.9.2017 TOI: India
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Teesta Setalvad forced to leave Varanasi 25.9.2017 TOI: Cities
Police detained social activist Teesta Setalvad under Section 151 of IPC on Monday, and later released on condition that she would have to leave the district immediately.
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Government's Mudra promotion drive from September 27 25.9.2017 ET: Economy/Finance
The lending target under the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana for 2017-18 has been fixed at Rs 244,000 crore, which is double of that in 2015-16.
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AMU students protest against bad quality food by banging meal plates and spoon 25.9.2017 TOI: Cities
Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) appointed a new “provost” for Sir Syed North hall on Monday after students staged a protest on Sunday night by banging meal plates and spoons at the VC lodge to protest against the “poor” quality of food being served in the hostel.
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