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Jilted lover live-streams suicide on Facebook

AGRA: A jilted lover live-streamed his suicide on Facebook from a temple in Raibha village in Agra.

Jilted lover live-streams suicide on Facebook

AGRA: A jilted lover live-streamed his suicide on Facebook from a temple in Raibha village in Agra.

No trace of foreigners who escaped police custody

GREATER NOIDA: A week after 17 foreign nationals escaped from the custody of police in Gautam Budh Nagar district in Uttar Pradesh, there is no trace of them.

BSF seizes raw metal consignment smuggled from Bangladesh

KOLKATRA:  The Border Security Force (BSF) seized raw metal valued at Rs 88,500 illegally brought from Bangladesh from West Bengal's Nadia district, an official said on Thursday.

Ownership rights in Delhi's unauthorized colonies

NEW DELHI: Residents of unauthorized colonies in Delhi will soon be allowed to register their houses, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday, adding that the central government had given a positive response to the Delhi Cabinet's proposal.

Mumbai building crash toll climbs to 14, rescue operations on

MUMBAI:  The overnight death toll in Mumbai's house crash climbed to 14 with three more bodies extricated from the rubble of the four-storied residential building, officials of the BMC Disaster Control said here on Wednesday.

8 crushed to death by truck in Bihar

PATNA:  Eight people, including two children, were crushed to death and over half a dozen persons were injured by a truck in Bihar's Lakhisarai district, police said on Thursday.

US House passes bill to cut green cards for Indian techies

NEW YORK:  The US House of Representatives has passed a bill to help Indian technology professionals get their permanent residentship sooner by cutting short the decade-long wait they now endure, but it is facing an unexpected roadblock in the Senate.

World not doing enough about climate change: UN

NEW YORK:  The world's governments are showing a lack of ambition in pursuing the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially in terms of reducing inequality and countering climate change, the United Nations said in a report published Tuesday.

China, US negotiators discuss ways to implement Xi-Trump agreement

BEIJING:  The heads of the negotiating teams of China and the US have spoken on how to implement the consensus reached by the Presidents of the two countries, the Chinese Commerce Ministry said on Wednesday.

MP to reserve 70% private jobs for locals: Kamal Nath

BHOPAL:  The Madhya Pradesh government on Tuesday announced that it will soon bring a law to reserve 70 per cent of private jobs in the state for local youths.

Considering 5-year ban on new cash credit societies: Goa CM

PANAJI:  The Goa government is considering banning registration of new cash-credit societies for a period of five years, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said on Tuesday.

Sikh Religious Society organizes its Second Annual "Sarbat Da Bhala" Run

PALATINE,IL: Sikh Religious Society organized its second annual 3.2 km Run/Walk on June 30, 2019 in Palatine, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago.  The theme of the run was “Sarbat Da Bhala" (Well-being for All). More than 200 participants of all ages including the neighborhood residents and their families took part.  State of Illinois Senator Ann Gillespie, who represents the people of this neighborhood in 27th Senate District, was the honored guest and kicked off the run. The Run/Walk was for well-being, health, peace, love and tolerance.

Kochi demolition: SC says fraud played on court

NEW DELHI: Senior counsels engaged by the petitioners have played a fraud on the Supreme Court, the apex court said on Friday while hearing a matter related to the razing of 400 flats in five posh coastal apartment complexes in Maradu area in Kochi.

Flat numbering in Sector 48 is recipe for confusion

CHANDIGARH: There are a number of confusing puzzles surrounding us. Some of which are solved more easily than the others. The big one of course is, allotment of same number to two flats in a big has become a recipe for confusion. The cooperative housing societies’ flats in Sector 48-A and B have been allotted same number to two flats.  This goof-up of the authority not only bring much frustration to the residents but also confusion for them.

Modi meets Abe ahead of G20 Summit

OSAKA:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe ahead of the two-day G20 Summit slated to take place here on Friday.

Sydney declares climate emergency

SYDNEY: The Australian city of Sydney on Tuesday declared a climate emergency and called for a price on carbon to be reinstated, stressing that global warming poses a danger to its residents and to the whole country.

Centre to talk to Hurriyat within ambit of Constitution: BJP

SRINAGAR: The Central government is ready to talk to separatist Hurriyat leaders, but within the ambit of the Indian Constitution, a senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader said here on Monday.

Congress chief meets state in-charges to discuss LS rout

NEW DELHI:  Congress President Rahul Gandhi is holding meetings with his party's state in-charges to review the reasons for its dismal performance in the Lok Sabha elections.

Finish works in illegal colonies in 5 months: Kejriwal

NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has asked officials to complete development works in unauthorised colonies within five months, here on Saturday. He said this after reviewing development works at a meeting.


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