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  • Kashmir shutdown enters sixth week
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  • Kohli 34 points behind Smith in latest ICC Test Rankings
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  • Two minors among five injured as fire breaks out in Varanasi school
  • Assembly adopts resolution opposing uranium mining in Nallamala forest area
  • Hunt for Rajeev Kumar, CBI keeps pressure on Bengal Govt, gives two more letters seeking his where-about
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25 C'garh cops booked in Meena Khalkho's "fake encounter" case

Raipur, Apr 15 (UNI) Sixteen-year-old tribal girl Meena Khalkho's alleged "fake encounter" case today took a new turn with the Chhattisgarh CID police registering an First Information Report (FIR) against 25 policemen of Balrampur District on murder charges.
The state regime handed over the investigation of nearly four-year-old controversial case to the CID last week on the recommendations of a judicial inquiry report which reportedly raised questions over killing of the minor girl in a police-Naxal encounter and the claim that the tribal girl was a Maoist. The Commission
also held that Khalkho succumbed to police bullet fired from a close range.
On July 6, 2011, Meena Khalkho was shot dead in an alleged police-Naxal encounter at Longartola under Chando police station limits in Balrampur district, which was disputed by her family and villagers forcing the government to order a judicial probe.
According to ADG (CID) Rajiv Srivastava, a -five-member investigation team was constituted for a thorough probe into the incident. All the accused cops, including Chando State House Officer (SHO), have been booked under section 302 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code, he added.
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Revenue from sand mining up by 7000 pc from 2014-19 : Minister

16 Sep 2019 | 5:35 PM

Hyderabad, Sep 16 (UNI) Telangana Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister K T Rama Rao informed the Assembly on Monday that the Revenue from Sand Mining has been increased by 7000 per cent from 2014-19.

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Hunt for Rajeev Kumar, CBI keeps pressure on Bengal Govt, gives two more letters seeking his where-about

Hunt for Rajeev Kumar, CBI keeps pressure on Bengal Govt, gives two more letters seeking his where-about

16 Sep 2019 | 5:34 PM

Kolkata, Sep 16 (UNI) Desperately looking for Rajeev Kumar in the Saradha chit fund scam for past three days, the CBI today delivered two more letters addressing the state chief secretary and home secretary seeking the whereabouts of AGD CID if he was on leave.

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HC quashes dismissal order of 129 staff of Veer Kunwar Singh University

HC quashes dismissal order of 129 staff of Veer Kunwar Singh University

16 Sep 2019 | 5:30 PM

Patna, Sep 16 (UNI) Patna High Court today quashed the dismissal order of 129 class three staff of Veer Kunwar Singh University maintaining that their appointment in eighties was legal.

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Community Health Officer Course at Tanda medical college

16 Sep 2019 | 5:29 PM

Kangra, Sep 16 (UNI) A six months certified course in “Community Health” for a batch of 60 nurses started on Monday at Dr Rajinder Prasad Govt.

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Kashmir shutdown enters sixth week

16 Sep 2019 | 5:27 PM

Srinagar, Sep 16 (UNI) Business and daily life activities remained paralysed in the valley as Kashmir shutdown entered sixth week on Monday, since the Centre abrogated Article 370 on August 5, restricting under Section 144 CrPC the assembly of four or more people .

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