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2 boys thrown out of train Over seat issue , 1 dead

2 boys thrown out of train Over seat issue , 1 dead

2 boys thrown train. Two boys were thrown out of the train at Delhi- Ballabhgarh route. In this major incident, one youth died and another one is critically injured. Both the youths were thrown out of train from Delhi-Agra intercity express. The incident occurred around between 10:30-11 pm on Saturday.     Victim youth is from Asavati Village who

Save India from 'dictatorial forces', says Kejriwal

Ink thrown at Kejriwal, two detained

Bikaner: Two ABVP activists threw ink at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for his comments on surgical strikes by the Army on terror launch pads across the LoC, in Transport Nagar of Rajasthan’s Bikaner district. ABVP activists yesterday raised slogans against the Aam Aadmi Party national convener and threw ink at him, Kote Gate police

Ghaggar bridge to be thrown open today

Derabassi: The old two-lane Ghaggar bridge near Bhankharpur on Ambala-Chandigarh Highway, having being closed for the past four days due to its repair, will be thrown open to all types of vehicular traffic from Monday morning. The bridge was opened for two-wheelers on Sunday evening. The commuters, moving towards Ambala from Chandigarh, will heave a

Vidhan Sabha Day 2: Bains brothers thrown out of house for defying speaker’s order

Chandigarh: On the second day of monsoon session of Punjab Vidhan Sabha, Two MLA’s of Ludhiana, Simarjit Singh Bains and Balwinder Singh Bains have been thrown out of house for defying speaker’s order to sit quit during the session. It is rare incident that elected representatives are lifted by security from hands and legs. While

Sikh man kicked out of Wimbledon queue

London: A 20-year-old Sikh man was kicked out of an overnight queue to watch the Wimbledon tennis championships as he apparently made other people around him “uncomfortable”. Govindpal Kooner took to Facebook last week to voice his anger at being thrown out and claimed it was an act of racism, cases of which have reported