Four Indian including three women arrested under the arms smuggling act at Attari Check Post
The customs authorities seized four pistols and seven magazines from four Indian passengers who returned from Pakistan at the Attari check post here on Thursday. A case has been registered an all them under smuggling of arms and arrested them.
Porters (Coolies) services to be made available online at Railway stations
Travelling heavy becomes a major hassle when you have to hire a porter at a railway station to carry your luggage till the coach. The biggest problem is haggling over the payment. All this may soon be a thing of the past — at least at the New Delhi Railway Station.
Darbar Moves from Jammu to open J&K Civil Secretariat in Srinagar on May 9
The Civil Secretariat was closed Friday in the winter capital of Jammu and will open in Srinagar on May 9.Officials in the secretariat said that all the offices have been closed for six months and the hundreds of truck-loads of official files will be transported to Srinagar in the week.
Eating and consumption of beef slaughtered outside Maharashtra permissible: Bombay High Court

The Bombay High Court on Friday upheld the slaughter of beef in the State but allowed possession and consumption of beef brought from outside the State.A division bench of Justice Abhay Oka and Justice S.C. Gupte upheld the constitutional validity of The Maharashtra Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act, 1976.

KARGIL WAR HERO: Gurmehar Kaur’s heart-warming silent video #ProfileForPeace
The joke goes that learning the secret to making a viral video is like hitting the jackpot. Sample this really curious mix of videos that went viral in India last year — the peppy ‘Every Bollywood Party Song feat. Irrfan’ by AIB; an episode from the hugely popular show for children, Chhota Bheem; an episode from Sony Television’s Crime Patrol; Sujoy Ghosh’s Radhika Apte-starring thriller Ahalya; an episode from the decadent MTV show Splitsvilla. A hotchpotch proving that we are nowhere near answering that vexing question: what makes some videos go viral and others fizzle out?
Unidentified killers hacked a Hindu tailor to death in Bangladesh
Unidentified attackers hacked a Hindu tailor to death near his workplace in Gopalpur upazila of Tangail district near Dhaka on Saturday. Police and eyewitness said three young men, who came on a motorcycle, hacked Nikhil Chandra Joarder (50) and left him dead on the spot.
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Hans Calls Dalits to fight the communal forces in Punjab
The Dalit samaj should fight against the communal forces in the state in coming vidhan sabha elections. Addressing the leaders from across the state representing the Dalit Samaj in Kartarpur today, Hans Raj Hans, Senior congress leader to day appealed to them to take forward the vision of Rahul Gandhi and strengthen the hands of Capt Amarinder Singh in the coming 2017 elections.
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Former BSF DG to inquire into criminal acts committed during the Jat agitation
 Haryana Government has decided to appoint Mr Prakash Singh, a retired IPS officer and recipient of Padma Shri, to inquire into the acts of omission and commission on part of all officers and officials of both Police and Civil Administration during the Jat Reservation agitation resulted in blockades of roads including national highways, violence and extensive damage to public and private properties in many districts.
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