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Highlights northern region 8.45 pm

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Following are the top stories from the northern region at 8.45 pm

DEL55 JK-JOURNALIST-LD DEAD


Srinagar: Veteran and and his PSO were shot dead by unidentified gunmen outside the newspaper's office in the heart of this summer capital, police officials said today.

DEL28 UP-LD STORM

Lucknow: Dust storms hit various parts of Uttar Pradesh, leaving 15 people dead and 28 injured, an said today.

NEWDELHI DEL54 LD AIR POLLUTION

New Delhi: A cloud of dust hung over vast swathes of north Indian plains for the third day today, prompting authorities to suspend civil construction works in and as part of emergency measures to improve air quality, besides affecting at

DEL22 JK-JAWAN

Srinagar: An army jawan, posted in the militant in south Kashmir, was today abducted by militants, police here said.

DEL26 UP-AKHILESH-LS POLLS

Lucknow: supremo Akhilesh Yadav will contest the 2019 Lok Sabha polls from Uttar Pradesh's Kannauj, which is represented at present by wife Dimple Yadav, while his father will contest from Mainpuri.

DES8 RJ-JAIPUR-FRENCH

Jaipur: A 20-year-old French woman, who was on her way to after visiting the holy town of in Rajasthan, has been missing for nearly two weeks, police said today.

SAHARANPUR DES17 UP-TICKET

Saharanpur: A consumer court here has directed the Indian Railways to pay Rs 10,000 as compensation to an elderly man who faced the agony of being de-boarded from a train as the ticket issued to him was wrongly dated 1,000 years into the future.

CHANDIGARH DEL38 HR-DOCUMENTS-CHATURVEDI

Chandigarh: A forest department official who filed a police complaint over missing documents related to whistleblower has been transferred, amid a move to seek a CBI probe into the matter.

DES9 KASHMIR-CRPF-BLOOD

Srinagar: Two CRPF jawans went beyond their call of duty and broke their Ramzan fast to donate blood to a woman suffering from as part of the forces' 'madadgaar' initiative for locals of the valley.

JAMMU NRG11 JK-AMARNATH-VEHICLES

Jammu: Vehicles ferrying pilgrims to in will be equipped with Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tags as part of enhanced safety measures, officials said today.

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First Published: Thu, June 14 2018. 20:55 IST
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