Three accused arrested for murder

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Sabir Khan murder case was worked out on Monday with the arrest of three accused. He was killed at Tulsipur Rasulpur and his body dumped at Arail.

Congress protests in Allahabad against hike in power tariff

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District and City Congress Committee activists staged a demonstration at district headquarter and held ‘warning meeting’ to mark their protest over the state government’s move of hike in power tariff on Monday.

Now, get an SMS alert on train cancellation

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Indian Railways has decided to inform passengers by sending SMS messages on their mobile phones in case their trains are cancelled due to unavoidable circumstances.

20K crore to clean Ganga

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Union minister for water resources, river development and Ganga rejuvenation Uma Bharati announced that an amount of Rs 20,000 crore has been sanctioned for making the Ganga pollution-free.

Kaushambi district police issues diktat to cattle owners asks them to submit to the local police station details of cattle

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Perturbed and disturbed by virtually the endless number of complaints, which flock them vis-à-vis the missing cattle (especially buffaloes), the Kaushambi district police has issued a diktat to all the cattle owners asking them to submit to the local police station the details of cattle like height of cattle, shape of horn, length of horn, type of teeth (to measure age) and specific mark if any.

35 more held for peeing in public

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A day when 109 men were fined for urinating in public, the government railway police continued its cleanness drive and detained 35 more people.

Modinagar distances itself from 'apna' Lalit

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Lalit Modi's family connections to this town, 50 km from the national capital, might be undeniable, but its residents, including his own kin, are trying their best to ignore the one Modi they'd rather do without.

It's doubly tough for women rozedars

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Ramzan is the most important month for Muslims. We often get a fair glimpse of the hardships faced by men during this month, the trouble faced by women often take a backseat.

Undertrial escapes from Bahraich court

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A murder accused escaped from custody while being taken to court from court lock-up on Saturday.

18 Injured, Police Force Deployed In Village

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Two groups exchanged blows at Pathanpurwa village here on Saturday night for not paying the penalty which was imposed for not offering namaz on Friday.

56 held raid in anti-hooch raid at 9 spots

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The district police on Sunday claimed to have arrested 56 people and destroyed 70 furnaces during an anti-hooch trade raid at nine places.

BJP workers torch CM’s effigy, seek SSP’s removal

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Activists of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its frontal organizations on Sunday torched the effigy of chief minister Akhilesh Yadav at Civil Lines to protest use of saffron flag by a group of rioters during anti-riot mock drill held at Reserve Police Lines on Friday.

Rain brings relief with waterlogging not far behind

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Even as the rainfall on Sunday much needed relief from the hot weather conditions, waterlogging in several areas has posed a new challenge to the locals.

Now, clear state-level exam for BTC training

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State education department would now organise state-level examination to select candidates for Basic Teaching Certificate (BTC) training.

Monsoon drizzles its way into city

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The city witnessed drizzling all through the day on Sunday bringing respite from hot and humid weather conditions from past several weeks. The meteorological department registered a rainfall of 15 millimetres.

Space crunch at AU hostels a blessing in disguise for pvt lodges

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At a time when Allahabad University had started admitting students for academic session 2015-16, there could be hundreds of admission seekers from other cities, who may face accommodation crunch.

AU scientists develop herbal oil for fungal infections

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High humidity has led to spurt in cases of fungal infection. The easy remedy to the problem comes in form of oil extracted from various herbs.

Cattle hold roads hostage, commuters struggle for space

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Stray cattle continue to hold Sangam City to ransom. Herds occupy busy thoroughfares and footpaths making commuting a Herculean task. Garbage littered on roads provide fodder to these stray cattle and herds can be found around garbage bins. Allahabad Municipal Corporation’s cattle catching squad has failed to break the sway of these animals on roads.

IRCTC plan to make Aadhar card must for e-ticketing

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To check the activities of touts and ensure transparency in purchase of tickets, Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is planning to make Aadhar card mandatory for user registration process for e-ticketing.

Unaided schools employ teachers more than sanctioned posts

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Hundreds of teachers were allegedly found to be appointed more than the sanctioned posts in unaided secondary schools in many districts of the state. They were also drawing salary and perks from past several years.

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