Solar switch: Allahabad Univ to pare annual bill

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In a move which will save the institution Rs 40 lakh annually in electricity bills, the Allahabad University (AU) got solar panels installed in 23 buildings of its four campuses on Monday.

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Four killed in Agra expressway crash

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Vivek Tiwari case: SIT recreates crime scene

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KGMU jr doc consumes poison, sister blames sr

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Lucknow: Snakes in LU hostel trigger panic

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UP: 2 beaten to death after shooting at a boy

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On Saturday night, around 11.30 pm, Dilip Yadav (28) and Rahul Singh (30), who were allegedly in an inebriated state and were carrying countrymade pistols entered into Dwariya village, said the police.

4-hour power cut turns a Sunday spoiler for many

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Minimum temperature dips below 20°C, cool, dry days ahead: Met

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‘Helicopter’ weddings playground for SP-BSP

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Wrong train arrival info troubles passengers

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Wrong announcement of train arrivals at Charbagh railway station troubled passengers on Sunday once again, the second time in last two months.

Gujarat CM reaches UP to allay fears of attacks

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Though officially Rupani is visiting Lucknow to invite Yogi Adityanath for the October 31 inauguration of the Statue of Unity that honours Sardar Patel, attacks on migrants and their subsequent exodus from Gujarat is likely to dominate the meetings.

Minor steals truck with goods worth Rs 14L, held

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Three killed as building collapses in UP

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As many as three labourers were killed and at least 24 are feared trapped under debris when the roof an under-construction three-storey building collapsed in Roza area of Shajahanpur on Sunday.

UP: Fire breaks out at Obra Thermal plant

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A fire broke out due to aging cable wires inside the cable gallery of Obra Thermal power plant at Sonabhadra district on Sunday morning. No loss to human life or causality has been reported in the fire.

Neurosurgeon accused of rape, confinement

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As per the FIR, the complainant visited Dev’s clinic in Lucknow in Dec 2013 to consult him for a head tumour. Post surgery she visited his clinic for dressings and on one such visit, he allegedly sedated, raped and clicked objectionable photographs of the woman. He blackmailed the lady and the alleged harassment continued which led to the birth of a male child in 2015.

Canteen worker refuses to cook, gets beaten up

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A group of Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University (BBAU) students in an inebriated state assaulted a canteen worker after he refused to cook fritters for them late Friday night.

Allahabad will soon be called 'Prayagraj'

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After Mughalsarai Junction renamed to Pt Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Junction, now governor Ram Naik has approved a proposal of the UP government to rename Allahabad to Prayagraj. The proposal was made by a nodal body of Hindu monastics Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad and other monks.

UP cops 'beat man to death' over bike collision

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A 28-year-old man was allegedly "beaten to death" on Friday by policemen on patrol duty after his two-wheeler collided with the cops' motorcycle in Farrukhabad district of UP.

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Desi pilots on the rise: First New York-Singapore longest nonstop piloted by Indian origin captains

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With a flying time of almost 19 hours to cover 16,800 km, this nonstop has two sets of pilots with each set having a Captain and a first officer (FO). SIA, which has almost 2,000 pilots, did not say how many of them are of Indian origin. Indian pilots have being proving their mettle globally and foreign airlines are getting to fly the latest aircraft.

Kohinoor surrendered to British, declares ASI

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The Archeological Survey of India (ASI), however, has contradicted the government’s stand by stating in a recent RTI reply that the diamond was in fact “surrendered” by the Maharaja of Lahore to Queen Victoria of England. In its response to a PIL, the government had said that Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s kin had given the Kohinoor to the British as “voluntary compensation” to cover the expenses of the Anglo-Sikh War.

Big pharma proposes launch of low priced ‘second brands’ for Ayushman Bharat health insurance scheme

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Urging the government to create “policy provisions” to allow launch of second brands for introduction into the state-run insurance scheme, the US India Business Council (USIBC) asked the government for a safeguard policy mechanism so that such supplies are exempted from price referencing.

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Women in agriculture face multiple challenges due to lack of land entitlements, recognition

Plot to attack Punjab leader foiled, 3 arrested

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Haryana govt. indifferent towards farmers: Surjewala

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Attack on judge’s kin: Gurugram court suspends work in solidarity

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Judge’s son on life support, wife cremated on Monday

Man behind illegal liquor unit in Ghaziabad held

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The Gautam Buddh Nagar police Monday said they have arrested the key person who was running an illegal liquor factory in Ghaziabad that was busted in

FIR registered against 12 men for forgery

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Accused forged documents, withdrew ₹8 crore from various banks: complainant

Youth Congress holds protest, demands M.J. Akbar’s resignation

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The Indian Youth Congress (IYC) organised a massive protest on Monday outside the residence of Minister of State for External Affairs M.J. Akbar, who

2 injured in scuffle at Jamia, two detained

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Two students sustained minor injuries after a quarrel broke out between two groups at a mosque inside Jamia Millia Islamia University on Monday evenin

‘JNU threatening to nullify students’ union polls’

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JNUSU says varsity asking for original bills on expenditure incurred during elections

‘Sacrilege culprits won’t be spared’

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SIT is fully cognisant of the sensitivity and urgency of the matter: Amarinder

830 dengue cases in Delhi, nearly 350 in Oct

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Dengue cases have mounted in the city with at least 830 people being diagnosed with the vector-borne disease this season, over 42% of which were repor

Extortionists, sharpshooters of Saddam Gauri gang arrested

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Targets were sent clips of accused in action to scare them

Cong starts door-to-door campaign

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The Delhi Congress on Monday launched a door-to-door campaign that saw party workers hand out booklets that “exposed” the alleged failures of the BJP-