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J&K: Thousands flee to safety, at least 17 dead
31 March 2015, Srinagar, M Post Bureau
After the unseasonal, incessant rains, water from the flash floods entered into Hamadania colony, following a breach in River Jhelum in Srinagar on Monday. In another incident, 17 people are feared dead from house collapses and flash floods, Jammu and Kashmir authorities said on Monday.
ED attaches ex-Min’s assets to tune of `2 crore
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Monday attached assets worth about Rs 2 crore of former Coal Minister Dasari Narayana Rao in connection with its money laundering probe in the coal blocks allocation scam case.
Lenient laws embolden speed demons, SC tells Parliament
The Supreme Court on Monday requested Parliament to enhance the punishment by amending the existing provisions to put fear of law among those who drive as “emperors of roads.”
Oz official’s goof-up leaked PM Modi’s info
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is among 31 world leaders whose personal details were inadvertently compromised at the G20 summit held in Australia last year, a media report said on Monday.
Babul video stirs hornet’s nest in West Bengal
BJP was left with egg on its face, as a 10-minute video, featuring Union minister at the inauguration of a hotel owned by chit fund company Rose Valley has left the CBI sleuths in a bind.

‘Ballot over bullet’
Our commitment, tenacity and enduring faith in the sublime process of democracy contribute in no...

Coal scam: CBI awaits court nod to try 2 officials
CBI informed a special court that it was awaiting the response of competent authority on grant of sanction to try two public servants for their alleged role in a coal blocks allocation case involving Nagpur-based Grace Industries Ltd (GIL) and others.

GDA budget: Authority takes a giant leap towards e-Governance
The Ghaziabad Development Authority on Monday made a giant step towards e-governance by launching four citizen centric online services.

Kejriwal’s ‘sheen’ wearing thin
Pankaj Sharma
The AAP chief’s ‘dictatorial’ tendencies are out there for the public to see.
IMF, ADB upbeat on India growth story
Subrata Majumder
‘Make in India’ programme may get a boost.
Cook stoves: The quest for solutions
Sunita Narain
‘What should be the approach to deal with the local health impact of cooking fuels?’ asks Sunita...
Antibiotic for superbugs
Kundan Pandey
Teixobactin, the first antibiotic announced in decades, successfully treats mice infected with...


ICC president takes on Srinivasan
Mustafa Kamal threatens to expose ‘mischievious’ designs of some people who had denied him the ‘constitutional right’ to hand over the Word Cup Trophy.

The River Jhelum flowing above the danger mark in Srinagar on Monday.

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