REGIONAL AWAAZ

Storm claims 10 lives in Rajasthan

Dust storm Tuesday evening claimed at least 10 lives and sixteen others were injured. Five people died in Bharatpur and two in Bikaner and 3 at other places due to wall and house collapse following high velocity dusty winds. There was sudden change in the weather in afternoon and dust winds enveloped the sky. Rainfall … Continue reading Storm claims 10 lives in Rajasthan

Air India plane makes emergency landing in Lucknow

An Air India plane made an emergency landing at Amausi airport of Lucknow after its cockpit mirror developed cracks Tuesday. The Delhi to Bhubneshwar bound flight No AI 873 had to make emergency landing around 12.37 this afternoon due to wind shield crack at the rear side nose. The authorities said all the 169 passengers … Continue reading Air India plane makes emergency landing in Lucknow

KPLT area commander gunned down in Assam

Security forces gunned down a self styled area commander of militant outfit Karbi People’s Liberation Tigers (KPLT) in Karbi Anglong district of Assam yesterday.The army and police conducted joint operation at Belorghat under Samelangshu police station. The security forces had to engage in a fierce gun battle following which a senior leader of the Karbi … Continue reading KPLT area commander gunned down in Assam

Rs 500 crore additional relief for rain-hit farmers in UP

Uttar Pradesh government has released Rs 500 crore more for the farmers whose crops have been affected by unseasonal rain and hailstorms. The amount will be distributed among the farmers of 58 affected districts in the state. Principal Secretary Revenue, Suresh Chandra said, the state government has sanctioned Rs 2,454.55 crore for distribution of relief … Continue reading Rs 500 crore additional relief for rain-hit farmers in UP

4 arrested after clash over land dispute in Rajasthan

Rajasthan Police arrested three more people in connection with land dispute which resulted in a violent clash between two groups that had claimed four lives and left several injured in Dangawas village of Nagaur district. According to police officials four accused have been arrested and six other people are being questioned. Eight other accused are … Continue reading 4 arrested after clash over land dispute in Rajasthan

4 killed in land dispute in Rajasthan

Police have arrested one accused in connection with Land dispute group clash which resulted in death of four people on Thursday in Dangawas village of Nagaur district. Thirteen people were injured in the clash. National Commission for Scheduled Castes chairman PL Punia visited Dangawas village and met victims’ families yesterday. Mr Punia asked Police officials … Continue reading 4 killed in land dispute in Rajasthan

Tussle deepens over seat sharing in RJD and JDU in Bihar

Seat adjustment tussle between RJD and JDU deepens as senior RJD leader Raghuvansh Prasad Singh wants 145 seats for his party in the Assembly elections to take place later this year. Mr. Singh said, the seats won by the JDU, cannot be treated as sitting seats as the JDU had won these seats in alliance … Continue reading Tussle deepens over seat sharing in RJD and JDU in Bihar

5.7 Earthquke felt in Bihar, West Bengal again

A fresh tremor was felt Sturday evening in Patna and other parts of Bihar. The intensity of earthquake was 5.7. No causality has been reported so far. The earthquake was felt at 5.04 pm. People rushed out of their houses in fear. A total 21 people had lost lives in the May 12 earthquake which … Continue reading 5.7 Earthquke felt in Bihar, West Bengal again

Mamata denies any political understanding with BJP

The Trinamul Congress Chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Miss Mamata Banerjee has firmly denied any political understanding of her party with BJP after the recent visit of Prime Minister in the State. Addressing a rally of the student’s wing of her party in Kolkata today, Miss Banerjee clarified that she took part in the … Continue reading Mamata denies any political understanding with BJP

Bus service between Agartala, Dhaka resumes

The suspended Agartala-Dhaka passenger bus Maitri resumed its bi-weekly service from Krishna Nagar Depot in Tripura, Friday. Officials of Tripura Road Transport Corporation, diplomats of Agartala based Visa office of Bangladesh among others saw off the passengers of the fully booked 35 seater Maitri. The reciprocal bus service from Bangladesh, Shyamali, has already resumed its … Continue reading Bus service between Agartala, Dhaka resumes

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