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Gzb: CRRI submits first report for traffic management, special plans for I'puram

The Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) submitted its inception report of the Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP) on Wednesday for easing traffic movement in Ghaziabad.  Visitor management system… 476 more words

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Supreme Court set to hear Ekisha Shah suicide case

The Ekisha Shah case took a new twist with the Supreme Court deciding to hear it on an urgent basis.

The family members of the 16-year-old girl, who had committed suicide at her home owing to alleged sexual harassment and criticism, had moved the apex court and filed a writ petition seeking CBI Investigation in this case on Tuesday. 151 more words

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Sexual and mental harassment drove Ahlcon student to suicide…say parents

A 16-year-old girl, committed suicide at her residence in Noida on Tuesday. The deceased was a class IX student of Ahlcon Public School, Mayur Vihar Phase1…

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New managing committee elected in Mayur Vihar Ext's Nirman Apartments

The residents of Nirman Apartments, a Co-operative Group Housing Society (CGHS) in Mayur Vihar Phase 1 Extension, on Sunday elected Sanjeev Jayaswal as the president of the managing committee for the third consecutive time. 339 more words

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BREAKING: Allahabad HC dismisses GD Goenka petition in Armaan Sehgal case

Bringing some relief to the parents of Armaan Sehgal, the Allahabad High Court today dismissed the petition filed by GD Goenka School to quash the FIR lodged against them. 294 more words

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Will Greater Noida get Ganga jal by October 2018?

Residents of Greater Noida and GreNo West will receive Ganga water supply from this year. According to officials of Greater Noida Development Authority, the Ganga Jal project for the city will be completed by October this year, and supply will be initiated thereafter. 294 more words

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Sweet end to a bitter contest in East End Apartments

On the face of it the elections held at East End Apartments on Sunday to elect a new managing committee was amicable. The residents and candidates from rival factions were rubbing shoulders at the counting centre. 858 more words

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