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Farmers protest at Zirakpur halts traffic for hrs, only ambulances allowed to pass

Hundreds of vehicles in long queues that stretched to upto six kilometers were seen moving at snail’s pace from Chandigarh-Zirakpur border towards Chandigarh-Ambala National...

As prices soar who will uproot whom: CM’s riposte to Shah’s ‘ukhad phenko

Taking exception to Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s “TMC government ko ukhad ke phek do” remarks, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday asked who...

Distracted students, endless queries from parents have made teaching a 24-hour job

Parents intervening, students switching off their cameras or playing games, these are some of the hiccups school teachers are facing while taking online lessons....

Chandigarh golfer Sharma continues his streak, extends lead to three shots

Maintaining his composure for the second consecutive day, 30-year-old Chandigarh golfer Akshay Sharma once again produced a flawless second round score of six-under-66 at...

Women, senior citizens, children protest against ‘witch hunt’, want audience with Vij

Women, senior citizens and children staged a sit-in protest at Panchkula’s Rattewali village on Thursday, demanding cancellation of FIRs against 14 villagers who were...

Gujarat: Bootlegging case probe leads cops to skeleton of man murdered in 2015

Investigation into a bootlegging case led Surat city police to skeletal remains, suspected to be of a bootlegger allegedly killed in 2015 by a...

Campaigning ends, Nitish Kumar signs off: My last election

Wrapping up his campaign for the Bihar Assembly polls, in which he has been overshadowed both by ally BJP and rival RJD, Chief Minister...

JD(U)’s focus on women is unlikely to swing the election in Bihar

The first and second phases of the Bihar elections reported a turnout of 54.26 per cent and 53.51 per cent respectively. But what has...

In Seemanchal, Owaisi popular but it remains advantage RJD, Congress

On Thursday, Ruidhasa Maidan on the outskirts of Kishanganj was its usual self, unruly grass, some children and stray pigs. Two days ago, this...

Over past 6 years, fall in Bihar’s school learning outcomes

From the free bicycle scheme for school-going girls, the flagship programme of his first term, to providing free tablets to women to promote digital...