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  • Seven injured in Baramulla road accident
  • Pune Smart City with NITI Aayog announces first Hackathon
  • Police use social media to reunite two missing minors with their families in Kashmir
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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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Seven injured in Baramulla road accident

19 Jul 2018 | 4:48 PM

Baramulla, Jul 19 (UNI) At least seven persons, including a woman and her daughter, were injured when a vehicle in which they were travelling met with an accident on Baramulla-Uri road on Thursday, official source said.

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Punjab Police to honour traffic cops showing exemplary zeal during duty

19 Jul 2018 | 4:46 PM

Chandigarh, July 19 (UNI) The traffic wing of the Punjab Police has initiated a unique way of honouring its personnel who shows exemplary zeal during duty to save the lives of citizens and making the roads safer as well as congestion free.

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Pune Smart City with NITI Aayog announces first Hackathon

19 Jul 2018 | 4:45 PM

Pune, July 19 (UNI) Pune Smart City Development Corporation Limited in partnership with NITI Aayog has announced the First Hackathon in Smart Cities ‘Hackathon’ to bring rapid innovation to various citizen centric problems.

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Steel exporters demand govt intervention, as EC specifies 25 PC safeguard duty

19 Jul 2018 | 4:42 PM

Kolkata, Jul19 (UNI) Faced with the European Commission’s provisional safeguard duty of about 25 per cent on import of steel products through the mechanism of Tariff Rate Quota (TRQs),
the EEPC India has impressed upon the Commerce Department and the Steel Ministry to engage with the EU so that Indian exporters are able to handle the unfolding situation in the European market in a least disturbing manner.

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Police use social media to reunite two missing minors with their families in Kashmir

19 Jul 2018 | 4:41 PM

Srinagar, July 19 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir police once again used social media and reunited two missing minors, including a mentally unsound, with their families in the Kashmir valley.

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