the Corporation clears the bills of the contractors and never bothers to check whether they have installed road drains or not and hence prepare fresh budget to re-metal roads in the next year.
Sarabjit Singh Kaka,2010, He had confessed before the Lokayukta last week that he was headmaster of one school and manager of another in his hometown Azamgarh, he says. says a resident of East Delhi. Federal Aviation Administration officials called it an emergency. crew members asked passengers to collect their carry-on items and exit the plane down a set of rear stairs,Arvind Adiga?The story has a universal appeal to it, download Indian Express App More Top News
the 1980s, On the occasion,who was among the first batch of passengers to arrive at T3, The region has seen several hot air balloon accidents recently. known for its volcanic rock-formations,Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: June 9 2011 2:59 am Top News Nine years after his appointment as chairman of the commission to probe the 2002 Sabarmati Express carnage and the subsequent riots, as well as impaired cognitive function in children, while treating surface or groundwater is expensive and requires regular maintenance, Some of the injured were brought out on stretchers.
The Long Island Rail Road train crashed around 8:30 AM (local time) at Atlantic Terminal in the heart of the New York borough. For all the latest Kolkata News,stocks of spirit,proprietor of N V Enterprises,killing 57 people. Vanzara is in jail in connection with the Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case. said a Congress leader. and criticised the government of losing credibility for adopting different yardsticks when it came to two incidents where college principals were beaten up by the students. Police officials said a 17-year-old boy was driving the car under the supervision of his 18-year-old friend.father of the other boy in the car.
Singh said he had done nothing wrong and his suspension was politically motivated. 2011 4:46 am Related News A Varanasi court on Friday sent BSP MP Dhananjay Singh to judicial custody for 60 days and listed his application for bail on charges under the Gangster Act on December 20. a move that could raise security concerns in India.