Couple killed for ‘honour’ in Allahabad

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In a suspected case of honour killing, an aged man and girl were attacked with sharp-edged weapons and later strangulated to death by unidentified assailants in Kohna village late on Thursday night.

RLD blames state, Centre govts for farmers' plight

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Rashtriya Lok Dal general secretary Jayant Chowdhry on Friday blamed rampant corruption in the corridors of power for the problems being faced by the poor.

800 ECC students to get degrees after a year

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There is a good news for 800 students of Ewing Christian College, who completed their under-graduate course in 2013-14.

Nano-tech is science of future : Experts

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A world congress on green nano-technology and its role in sustainable agriculture concluded at Jacob School of Biotechnology and Bioengineering, Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences (SHIATS), on Friday.

Luggage van of Mumbai -bound train catches fire

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Fire broke out in the luggage van of a Mumbai-bound train when it was passing through a remote part of the district, a railway official said on Friday.

Snag in elevator leaves 12-year-old boy dead

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A 12-year-old died when elevator of an apartment in Civil Lines suddenly started moving upwards on Friday morning.

HC seeks report on exorcism at Sangam

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The Allahabad High Court on Friday directed the Allahabad SSP to file reply in response to a PIL seeking probe into alleged beating of tribal women by self-styled ‘ojhas’ (sorcerers) at the Sangam in the name of exorcism.

CCTVs, guards must for banks, ATMs, say cops

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The police pulled up the banks in the city for laxity in making adequate security arrangement at their premises. The cops have instructed the banks to install CCTV cameras sets in and around its premises within a month.

19 AU teachers bunk exam duty, show-caused

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Around 19 teachers of the Allahabad University, including national president of Samajwadi Mahila Sabha, have been show-caused for ‘bunking’ invigilation duty during the ongoing annual examination.

Copycats hurl bombs on CMP college proctor

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A group of students in Chaudhary Mahadeo Prasad (CMP) Degree College on Thursday hurled crude bombs and bricks on college proctor's car for stopping use of unfair means in final examination.

Furniture made in Naini Central jail serves courts

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The Allahabad High Court and district courts rely on Naini Central Jail inmates to meet their furniture requirements. The mango wood furniture prepared by inmates is in demand in state courts. Recently, even the social welfare department has placed a bulk order for the same.

Furniture made in jail serves courts

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The Allahabad High Court and district courts rely on Naini Central Jail inmates to meet their furniture requirements. The mango wood furniture prepared by inmates is in demand in state courts. Recently, even the social welfare department has placed a bulk order for the same.

Reprimanded for FB chatting, boy shoots self

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Reprimanded by mother for continuously chatting with his facebook friends on mobile, a class IX student shot self with his father’s licensed revolver in his Manas Nagar resident at Naini on Wednesday.

19 AU teachers bunk exam duty, show caused

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Around 19 teachers of the Allahabad University, including national president of Samajwadi Mahila Sabha, have been show-caused for ‘bunking’ invigilation duty during the ongoing annual examination.

Copycats hurl bombs on CMP proctor

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A group of students in Chaudhary Mahadeo Prasad (CMP) Degree College on Thursday hurled crude bombs and bricks on college proctor’s car for stopping use of unfair means in final examination.

Snag orphans ‘fire-fighter’; Rs 6.5cr hi-tech machine caught in red tapism

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The fire department’s Rs 6.5 crore, Hydraulic Platform, from Italy, sourced to douse flames in buildings have more than 30mts height, is lying defunct since February due to red tape.

Beauticians decorate goddess statue in Allahabad temple

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A 132-year-old ‘shaktipeeth’ in the city has employed a team of women beauticians for daily ‘shringar’ of Goddess Durga. Since the beginning of Navratri on Saturday, the beauticians are decorating the various manifestations of the goddess as per Vedic rituals.

Thieves dig 90-metre tunnel, steal Rs 2Cr worth IOC diesel

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Thieves dug up a 90-metre tunnel and stole diesel worth Rs 2 crore from Indian Oil Corporation’s (IOC) Barauni-Kanpur pipeline under Manda police station between February 16 and March 18. While the pipeline was targeted at least seven times, the falling pressure of diesel flow prompted the IOC officials to set up and enquiry and an FIR was lodged on March 21.

Unlawful to engage teachers in ration card work: HC

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The Allahabad High Court on Wednesday held that it is completely unlawful to engage teachers in ration card verification, as the duty of a teacher is to teach students and their status cannot be reduced to that of an employee. The court held that as per rule, the teachers can be engaged in census work, election duty and in case of disaster only.

Pay cane dues by April 21, HC tells mills

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Hearing a PIL seeking payment of sugarcane dues to farmers, the Allahabad High Court on Wednesday directed the mills to make payment by the next date of hearing, i.e., April 21.

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