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93 die in UP, Rajasthan due to storm, lightning

At least 93 people died in dust storm and lightning strikes that hit several parts of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan overnight, officials said on Thursday.

Alarming rise in deaths of people, elephants in human-animal conflict in Odisha

BHUBANESWAR: The ever-increasing deaths of elephants as well as people in human-animal conflicts in Odisha has alarmed environmentalists and wildlife enthusiasts who blame the state Forest Department's "callous approach" for the problem and have sought an urgent action plan to prevent loss of lives.

‘Walk for Safer Roads’ on World Day of Remembrance for road accident victims

CHANDIGARH: As many as 250 persons participated in the ‘Walk for safer roads’ to mark the World Day of Remembrance (WDR) for road accident victims at children’s traffic park, Sector 23 on Sunday. This was organized by well known non- profit organization Citizens Awareness Group along with Consumer VOICE, Delhi and Chandigarh Police.

Citizens Awareness Group urges for stringent road safety law

CHANDIGARH: Well-known voluntary organisation, Citizens Awareness Group, has been pressing upon the need for the strong road safety law. Ahead of a crucial meeting of the select committee appointed by the Parliament to examine and suggest the passage of Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2017, Citizens Awareness Group has sent letter to  Dr. Vinay Sahastrabuddhe, Chairman of Select Committee(MVA Bill ,2017) and its members requesting to support the passage of Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill 2017 in the upcoming winter session of Parliament and save 413 lives which are lost in road accidents every day.

Two Delhi women killed, 22 injured in head on collision between truck and canter

Two woman pilgrims were killed and 22 injured in a head on collision between a truck and a canter nar Nangal Sirsa on Rupnagar-Nangal road. Seven of the injured are seriously injured and admitted in the PGI Chandigarh.

Punjab CM terms Amarnath Yatra attack a shameful act of cowardice

Punjab News Express
CHANDIGARH : Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has condemned the dastardly attack by terrorists on the Amarnath Yatra pilgrims, terming it a shameful act of cowardice by forces bent on whipping up communal tensions to trigger violence in the country.

Five terrorists killed in Pathankot, operations still on

By Jaideep Sarin 
PATHANKOT: Over 62 hours after suspected Pakistani terrorists raided the IAF base here killing seven security personnel and losing five of their own, senior officers said on Monday evening that they were still sensitizing the area for possible hidden attackers.

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