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Thane: Due to heavy rainfall, Modak Sagar dam opened after reaching ‘overflow’ mark 16.7.2018 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Thane: Maharashtra’s Thane district has received 11,446.54mm of rainfall this monsoon which is 66 per
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Girl ostracised for breaking eggs of a bird 13.7.2018 India News | Get Live Updates Of UP Polls, 2017 And Other Breaking News And Analysis On Politics And Current Affairs From India
A six-year-old girl was expelled from community for accidently rupturing a lapwing's egg in Rajasthan's Bundi district.
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Niwari-New district 12.7.2018 Central Chronicle
The Madhya Pradesh Government has started the process of forming a new district of Niwari. It will be carved out of present Tikamgarh district taking out its three Tehsils of Niwari, Orchha, and Prithivipur to form new district presently the Madhya Pradesh has 51 district and Niwari will be 52nd district of Madhya Pradesh. The […]
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Left bodies hold protest march against drugs 12.7.2018 The Tribune

Tribune News Service

Bathinda, July 11

Members of the Revolutionary Marxist Party of India (RMPI) and CPI Liberation took out a protest march against drugs here on Wednesday.

The march led by Harwinder Singh Sema and Bhagwant Singh Samao started from the Fire Brigade chowk and concluded at the district administrative complex.

Thereafter, the members submitted a memorandum to Naib Tehsildar Lakhvir Singh Virk.

They said the objective of holding the protest march was to create awareness about the ill-effects of drugs among the people.

In the memorandum, they demanded action against those who are involved in the drug trade, including influential politicians and police officers.

The Left leaders said the responsibility of SHOs should be fixed for the deaths due to drugs and the report of the Special Task Force (STF) be made public.

Left leaders Harbans Singh, Prithpal Singh, Mithu Singh and Darshan Singh were present in the march.

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Tehsildar booked after scuffle with lawyer 12.7.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Hisar, July 11 The police on Wednesday registered a case against a tehsildar after a verbal duel between him and an advocate in the tehsildar’s chamber led to a scuffle. The police also arrested private school principal Haripal Pilania who allegedly assisted tehsildar Vinay Chaudhary and assaulted the advocate during the scuffle. The incident occurred when advocate Anuj Gupta along with two other lawyers came to the tehsildar’s chamber to discuss a land dispute pending with the tehsildar’s court. The discussion got heated up over the fixation of the hearing date in the case and led to a scuffle between them. Pilania, who was also sitting in the chamber, intervened and assaulted the lawyer. The entire scene was captured by the CCTV camera installed in the tehsildar’s office. The police registered a case against tehsildar and his aide under Sections 323 (causing hurt), 506 (criminal intimidation), 294 (obscene acts and songs) of the IPC. Pilania was arrested and produced in court which ...
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Rajasthan: Villagers banish five-year-old girl for accidentally stepping on a bird's egg 11.7.2018 DNA: India
A five-year-old girl was forced to live outside her village for 11 days because of a bizarre tradition followed by superstitious villagers. After a Zee Media report, the girl was finally able to return home on Wednesday and authorities are now gearing up for take action against culprits In Hindoli village of Haripura, Rajasthan, the local panchayat ordered a girl to live outside the village and outside of her house. Her fault was that she accidentally stepped on an egg of a bird considered sacred by the local community.  The egg broke under her feet and the kids in her school talked about the incident to the villagers. Upon hearing the chatter, local panchayat ordered her banishment. After the initiative taken by Zee Rajasthan, police and local authorities intervened and forced the panchayat to apologise to the girl and her family. The girl returned home. The girl's father, Das, said that the Panchayat's decision against his daughter was cruel, and she was tortured because of the old superstitions. But ...
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NH-74 land scam: PCS officer surrenders 10.7.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Dehradun, July 9 PCS officer Tirath Pal, who was suspended for his alleged role in the NH-74 land compensation scam, on Monday surrendered before the SIT. Soon after his surrender, the police took him to an unknown destination for further questioning. The officer who had gone in hiding is likely to be produced before the Nainital High Court. During the investigation, the SIT had managed to recover documents with the signatures of Tirath Pal done in back date. It is alleged that while SDM Bajpur, Tirath Pal had tinkered with the land records. After the scam came to light in 2017, SIT was constituted to carry on the investigation into the scam. The SIT has so far questioned around 345 farmers. A total of 18 accused have been sent to jail, including four PCS officers. According to the chargesheet, during the land acquisition process, land use of agriculture land was changed to commercial land to claim compensation worth several crores. A 3,000-page chargesheet highlighting financial ...
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Naib Tehsildar dies in office 10.7.2018 The Tribune

Tribune News Service

Barnala, July 9

Barnala Naib Tehsildar Harmanohar Singh (56) on Monday died of cardiac arrest at his office.

As per information, Singh went to his room for lunch around 2 pm, but fell on a chair. He was taken to the Civil Hospital but doctors declared him brought dead.

Spokesperson for the administration said Singh joined Barnala office last year. Earlier, he worked at Payal and other stations. His cremation will be held on Tuesday at Fatehgarh Sahib.

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Baglihar project raises safety concerns for Doda residents 9.7.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Jammu, July 8 The Baglihar hydropower project continues to remain a cause for concern for the residents of Doda district with the erosion of loose soil on both sides of the reservoir and the threat of landslides looming large over the populace. Minor landslides continue to hit the areas on both sides of the reservoir as no steps have been initiated to address the issue. From time to time, experts have warned of a possible major disaster in the region if steps are not taken to minimise the effect of water entering the loose soil. “Mountains of the Doda district comprise hard rock, lime and gypsum stones along with loose soil. At some places such as the area from Assar to Raggi, one can only find lime stones and loose soil. The threat of reservoir water affecting these rocks is quite high in these areas,” said Mateen Hafeez, a geologist from Jammu. He said the areas where hard rocks were present were safe but those with loose soil and lime stones were risky. “Moreover, the threat of ...
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Land mafia active in Palwal: MLA 9.7.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Palwal, July 8 Alleging that a land mafia engaged in carving illegal residential plots and colonies is active in Palwal district, local MLA Karan Singh Dalal has demanded a high-level probe into the matter. Claiming that he has taken up the matter with the departmental committee of the state Assembly (Vidhan Sabha), he said a ground-level inquiry has been launched by the local authorities. He said that a probe at a higher level could reveal the nexus between the land mafia and political persons associated with the ruling party. Alleging that plotting had been done on at least 250 to 300 acres in and around the city, he said it could not be done without influence within the local administration as no NOC has been taken from the department concerned in the majority of cases of land registration done in the past 3-4 years. This pointed towards rampant corruption in the local Revenue Department, he alleged. Several illegal colonies have come up in the neighbourhood of some prime areas ...
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Amend recruitment rules, demands kanungo body 9.7.2018 The Tribune

Our Correspondent

Chamba, July 8

Joint rural revenue officers and the Kanungo Association have sought an amendment to the departmental recruitment and promotion (R&P) rules for the Naib Tehsildar category to pave the way for the promotion quota of the kanungos.

Expressing concern over the delay in the payment of dearness allowance arrears, the association president, Daljeet Singh, said here on Friday that the revenue officials of Salooni tehsil in Chamba district had not been paid arrears for the past two years.

He pleaded that‘revenue sadans’ be constructed in all district headquarters so that the kanungos and patwaris working in the interior parts could stay in these sadans, when on official duty. Otherwise, their stay in private hotels was costing them dear.

In addition to this, Daljeet Singh also urged the state government to accede to other long-pending demands of the association at the earliest.

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Might retire after 2020 Olympics: Virdhawal Khade 9.7.2018 Mumbai Age
While the swimmer is gearing up for the Asian Games; he informs that these could be the last two years of his career.
One electrocuted, as rain lashes city 8.7.2018 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Long-distance, suburban train services affected Mumbai :A woman was electrocuted and her five-year-old
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1 dead, 12 missing from Vasai waterfall 8.7.2018 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
NDRF team rushed to assist with operations, 97 rescued. Mumbai : Tragedy struck a group of more than
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Batala family alleges police inaction 8.7.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Amritsar, July 7 A Batala family has accused the police of inaction in a case in which several persons allegedly tried to grab its piece of agricultural land in Batala. The owner of the land, Balwinder Singh of Naseerpur village, consumed pesticide to end his life when the opposite group along with a revenue official turned up for demarcation. The incident occurred on June 14. He was rushed to a hospital where he underwent treatment. Later, a case was registered against the family for allegedly obstructing the discharge of duty by a government servant. They alleged that the case was lodged to pressurise them. Nirmaljit Kaur, wife of Balwinder Singh, later filed a complaint with the police. She said the accused was a cop who had been harassing the family to grab the land. She said that she had to send her wards abroad fearing their implication in false cases. Harkrishan Singh, SHO, Rangar Nangal police station in Batala, said the matter was under investigation. He said a naib ...
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PWD declares nine buildings unsafe 8.7.2018 The Tribune
Our Correspondent Phagwara, July 7  The Public Works Department (PWD) has declared nine government buildings, including tehsil office building, in Phagwara unsafe. Varinder Kumar, XEN, Phagwara PWD, while confirming it said SDO Jatinder Kumar had repeatedly written letters to Sub-Divisional Magistrate requesting to instruct officers and staff concerned to stop the use of unsafe buildings. Phagwara SDM Jyoti Bala said she had forwarded the letter for required action to the Kapurthala Deputy Commissioner and the PWD had been asked to send fresh estimate for the construction of new building.  Jyoti Bala said she had written seven letters to the tehsildar to shift their office in the SDM office complex during rainy season and even two rooms were ready for use in her complex. The SDM said the tehsildar had expressed his helplessness as the staff of tehsil office were not ready to shift. Now the tehsildar wants to shift his office in Patwar Khana. However, the SDM has written to the Deputy Commissioner, ...
Mumbai: 40 people stuck at Vasai’s Chinchoti waterfall; rescue operations underway 7.7.2018 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Mumbai: 40 people get stuck at Chinchoti river at Vasai because of heavy rains. Fire tenders, tehsildar
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FIR lodged against 11 revenue officials on strike in UP 7.7.2018 PTI: All news
FIR lodged against 11 revenue officials on strike in UP
Revenue officer forcibly retired 7.7.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Chandigarh, July 6 In an exemplary punishment, Kharar Tehsildar Tarsem Singh Mittal has been forcibly retired from service after withdrawing his second one-year extension post-retirement for attesting a fraudulent General Power of Attorney (GPA) in 2012. Punjab Financial Commissioner (Revenue) Vini Mahajan sent the revenue officer packing after Mohali Deputy Commissioner Gurpreet Kaur Sapra indicted the officer. A chargesheet has also been served on Mittal under Section 8 of the Punjab Civil Services (Punishment and Appeal) Rules, 1970. According to an order issued by Mahajan, a copy of which is with The Tribune, Mittal was given a second one-year extension in service from May 1 this year to April 30 next after he completed his first one-year extension post-retirement at the age of 58 on April 30, 2017. After the Tehsildar was granted the second extension, the Mohali Deputy Commissioner came to know that Mittal, while being posted as Joint Sub-Registrar in Kharar, had on May 28, ...
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Navi Mumbai Land Scam: Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam claims Delhi BJP involvement in CIDCO scam 6.7.2018 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Mumbai: The Mumbai Pradesh Congress Committee (MRCC) president, Sanjay Nirpuam continued his attack on
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