Following are the top stories of the northern region at 2230 hrs:
Srinagar: The 40-day annual pilgrimage to the Amarnath shrine in south Kashmir Himalayas ends, with 2.60 lakh pilgrims offering prayers this year despite a terror attack on a bus that left eight devotees dead.
Srinagar:An Army jawan is injured in a ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control (LoC) in the Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir, says an official.
New Delhi: The CBI has registers a case in connection with toxins released by illegal industrial units in North East Delhi residential areas which purportedly claimed the lives of two people.
New Delhi: Police seek some details from the Delhi Jal Board for its probe into the death of three workers while cleaning a sewer line in southeast Delhi's Lajpat Nagar yesterday, even as the board maintains that it had not authorised any agency to carry out the work there.
New Delhi: Festive rush, rains and breakdown of a number of DTC buses brings the traffic in parts of the national capital to its knees.
New Delhi: The Union health ministry rolls out the second phase of measles and rubella (MR) vaccination campaign under which 3.4 crore children are expected to be covered to reduce incidences of these diseases in the country.
Lucknow: In the backdrop of three MLCs recently quitting the party and joining the BJP, Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Akhilesh Yadav says those who wanted to go, should go without offering any excuse, so that he could ascertain who were with him in "bad times".
New Delhi: Toxic fumes inside gutters and sewers have snuffed out seven lives in the national capital within a month, but agencies are busy passing the buck, or washing hands off by pinning the blame on private contractors.
New Delhi: The four-day Monsoon session of Delhi Assembly begins tomorrow with the opposition BJP planning to corner the AAP government over several issues including what it claimed were unfulfilled poll promises of the ruling party.
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Shimla: Heavy showers battered several parts of Himachal Pradesh, triggering landslides and leading to the closure of over 280 roads across the state.
Jammu: Beats of 'dholaks' reverberated along the LoC in Poonch sector when local girls and women thronged the Army camps and tied 'rakhis' to soldiers.
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