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How India reacted to army's Uri response

India carried out ‘surgical strikes’ on terror launch pads across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir in the wee hours of Thursday, inflicting “significant casualties”......

Farewell, Rest Well in Eternity

Murali Kamma remembers the notables we lost in 2015. IMAGE: President A P J Abdul Kalam, who India and the world lost this year. As another year winds down and the revelry begins, one naturally......

WB state election commissioner submits resignation

Apparently under pressure from political parties in the wake of violence-marred civic polls, West Bengal State Election Commissioner S R Upadhyay on Tuesday resigned even as counting of ballots is......

Naxal attack martyrs' blood-stained uniforms found in dump

The Central Reserve Police Force on Thursday said it has ordered an inquiry into the shocking recovery of uniforms, suspected to be that of troopers martyred in a recent Naxal ambush in......

'Telegrams gave us our bread and identity'

Memories of an era gone by are all that remains for telegraphists, considered the backbone of the historic 163-year-old telegram service, which bids its final adieu. The state-run telecom firm BSNL......

BSNL chief on what plagues the behemoth

R K Upadhyay took over as chairman and managing director of state-run telecom company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) in April 2011, one of its worst financial times. He says he's now confident of......

Upadhyay upbeat on turning around BSNL

R K Upadhyay, who took over as the chairman and managing director of the ailing state-run telecom company BSNL in April, is hopeful of turning around the company in the next two years.In an......

Confused about the Budget proposals? Please read this

Extends fiscal deficit reduction roadmap by one year to 2017-18 Raises services tax, to implement GST by April 2016 and cut corporation tax from 2016-17 to 25% by 2020 The Government has presented......

BSNL, MTNL mull free roaming

State-run telecom firms Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited said on Tuesday that they are working jointly to offer free roaming service to all their customers. "In......

BSNL, MTNL ask govt for Rs 11k-cr to hold spectrum

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) have sent separate letters to the department of telecommunications (DoT), asking the government to bear the entire burden of......

Injured Sunil, Manpreet ruled out of Asian Champions Trophy

IMAGE: India’s SV Sunil in action against Australia in 2016 Champions Trophy. Photograph: Hockey India. India's ace forward SV Sunil and midfielder Manpreet Singh have been ruled out of the......

Indian hockey team to embark on Euro tour under Oltmans

The Indian men's hockey squad that will tour Europe later this month. Photograph: Hockey India/Twitter A 21-member Indian men's hockey team will embark on a 15-day tour of Europe, starting July......

Rupinder, Uthappa ignored for Hockey World League semi-final

Rupinder Pal Singh celebrates with his India team mates after scoring. Photograph: Hockey India Four key players, including ace drag-flicker Rupinder Pal Singh and midfielder S K Uthappa, were......

IPL 8 Auction: No takers for these players!

Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene The Players' Auction for the eighth edition of the Indian Premier League saw cash being splurged. - IPL 8 Auction: The players, their price - IPL......

Ranji Trophy round-up: Imran Haroon ton brings a point for J&K

Round up of the Ranji Trophy matches being played in different parts of the country. Bengal bowlers again failed to provide decisive blows as debutant Imran Haroon's century helped Jammu......
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3rd Season of STAIRS School Football League (SSFL) Closes with a Bang

Having witnessed dozens of enticing encounters among hundreds of teams over the last many days and after winning the hearts of millions of football... ...

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91 civic bodies go to poll today across West Bengal amidst heightened security after violence was reported during Kolkata Corporation elections that were held on April 18. Nearly 74 lakh voters are expected to cast their vote in the ongoing civic polls which are touted as crucial before the 2016 state assembly elections. 31 Border Security Force (BSF) companies have been deployed for patrolling duty in the poll bound areas. This is in addition to the three companies that have already been stationed. “They will protect borders to prevent infiltration, besides conducting flag march in sensitive areas,” said SR Upadhyay, State Election Commissioner. In addition, nearly 28,000 police personnel have been stationed at 8756 polling booths of which more than half have been declared sensitive. 320 booths have also been fitted with webcams. Incidents of sporadic violence were reported during the Kolkata Municipal Corporation polls that were held on April 18. A police sub-inspector was injured after he was hit by a bullet during a clash allegedly between two political parties soon after the city civic polls. The opposition parties – the BJP, Left and the Congress – have blamed the Trinamool Congress of rigging the polls. Rubbishing allegation of malpractices during the KMC poll held on April 18, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said, “Democracy has returned after 34 years that is why criticism is being made. I have never seen such a peaceful election.” She said that of the 4646 booths in Kolkata Municipal Corporation, complaints had come from only 10-12 booths and prompt action was taken to address them. Political parties are seeing these polls as a ‘semi-final’ before the state assembly elections next years. 91 civic bodies go to poll today across West Bengal amidst heightened security after violence was reported during Kolkata Corporation elections that were held on April 18. Nearly 74 lakh voters are expected to cast their vote in the ongoing civic polls which are touted as crucial before the 2016 state assembly elections. 32 BSF companies have been deployed for patrolling duty in the poll bound areas. This is in addition to the three companies that have already been stationed. “They will protect borders to prevent infiltration, besides conducting flag march in sensitive areas,” said SR Upadhyay, State Election Commissioner. In addition, nearly 28,000 police personnel have been stationed at 8756 polling booths of which more than half have been declared sensitive. 320 booths have also been fitted with webcams. Incidents of sporadic violence were reported during the Kolkata Municipal Corporation polls that were held on April 18. A police sub-inspector was injured after he was hit by a bullet during a clash allegedly between two political parties soon after the city civic polls. The opposition parties – the BJP, Left and the Congress – have blamed the Trinamool Congress of rigging the polls. Rubbishing allegation of malpractices during the KMC poll held on April 18, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said, “Democracy has returned after 34 years that is why criticism is being made. I have never seen such a peaceful election.” She said that of the 4646 booths in Kolkata Municipal Corporation, complaints had come from only 10-12 booths and prompt action was taken to address them. Political parties are seeing these polls as a ‘semi-final’ before the state assembly elections next years. Reporter = S.R.K

KOLKATA:  Expressing firm opposition to the land acquisition ordinance, West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on... ...

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Deptt of Library & Information Sciences organizes alumni meet

Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Nov 28: The Department of Library & Information Sciences, University of Jammu, organized its first ever alumni... ...

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State Cong to march against demonetisation on Nov 28

DEHRADUN: With an eye on upcoming assembly elections in the state, the Uttarakhand unit of Congress will take out protest march in all districts on... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/dehradun/State-Cong-to-march-against-demonetisation-on-Nov-28/articleshow/55625708.cms
Netizens pose with their newly acquired Rs 2000 note

By mid-day online correspondent| Posted 41 minutes ago After the new Rs 2,000 currency notes were launched on November 10, excited citizens took... ...

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