HC directs authorities not to demolish slum at Ghazipur

The Delhi High Court has directed the authorities, including DMRC, not to evict the slum dwellers at Ghazipur Dairy Farm in east Delhi nor demolish their homes till the next date of hearing on their plea seeking protection from any move to demolish them.

NGT asks DPCC to take air, water samples around landfill sites

The National Green Tribunal Friday directed Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) to take air and water samples around the three landfill sites in Bhalswa, Okhla and Ghazipur areas in the national capital.

Ghazipur boy Faizan has extraordinary memory powers

Ghazipur boy Faizan has extraordinary memory powers and can remember things for long time.

One arrested in connection with Howrah youth killing

One of the accused in the killing of Arup Bhandari, who protested against eve-teasing during immersion of Saraswati idols, was arrested on Thursday from Uttar Pradesh, a day after Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee expressed her annoyance over police failure to book the culprits.

Boy critical after two iron rods pierce hips

A class XII student was critically injured in east Delhi on Saturday when two iron rods pierced through his hip when he fell from the second floor of his under construction house, police said here.

UP's Minority Commission seeks report on conversion from DM, SSP

Uttar Pradesh Minority Commission on Thursday sought a report from District Magistrate and Senior Superintendent of Police Agra amid a raging row on alleged forced conversion.

Forced conversions will lead to communal tension: CPI(M)

Condemning the conversion of a large number of Muslims in Agra, CPI(M) on Thursday said forced conversion was a criminal offence and will lead to communal tensions across the country.

Two brothers drown in Ghazipur

Two brothers drowned while taking a bath in river Ganga, police said Monday.

Two killed in road accident in Ghazipur

Two persons, including a Provincial Armed Constabulary jawan, were killed when the motorcycle they were travelling in collided with a jeep in Kasimabad area here, police said on Tuesday.

CBI arrests sharpshooter in 2005`s Krishnanand Rai murder case

Making an important headway in the nine-year old murder case of former BJP MLA Krishnanand Rai, CBI has arrested a sharpshooter who was allegedly involved in gunning down the leader in 2005.

Girls outperform boys in Class 12 UP Board exams?

Girls outperformed boys in Class 12 exams of the Uttar Pradesh Board, results for which were declared here on Sunday.

BJP`s Amit Shah demands paramilitary in four UP constituencies

Taking on the Election Commission yet again, BJP leader Amit Shah Sunday said that despite the party`s repeated demands, the poll panel has failed to deploy paramilitary personnel in each polling booth in the constituencies of Azamgarh, Ghosi, Jaunpur and Ghazipur in Uttar Pradesh or provide for videography facilities and observers.

Mukhtar Ansari gets custody parole for campaigning

A CBI court here Saturday granted Uttar Pradesh legislator Mukhtar Ansari custody parole till May 10 for election campaigning.

Woman opposes tree felling, hacked to death in UP

A 58-year-old woman was hacked to death in Uttar Pradesh`s Ghazipur town when she protested the felling of trees in the area, police said Monday.

Panchayat member shot dead in Ghazipur

A panchayat member was allegedly shot dead by unidentified persons in Dullahpur area, police said here today.

Rain lessens in UP; 1,227 villages still flood-affected

Receding water levels in major rivers, including the Ganga, has brought some relief from the floods in Uttar Pradesh where a total of 16,20,505 and 1,227 villages, however, still remain affected.

Two arms smugglers held from Ghazipur

Two persons were arrested on Monday from Ghazipur area here by the Special Task Force of Uttar Pradesh Police for their alleged involvement in illegal arms smuggling.

Following the death of a youth over alleged police

Following the death of a youth over alleged police brutality, locals Monday created ruckus at Hansrajpur police outpost and torched a police jeep besides indulging in stone pelting.

Lightning kills nine in Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh has witnessed a sudden change of weather in the last two days.

Two die after consuming liquor

Two persons died and four others were taken ill after consuming liquor in a village here on Friday, police said.