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Friday, January 23, 2015

Advocate killed: lawyers rampage

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Advocate killed: lawyers rampage

Lawyers gathering at Hajaratganj in protest of killing-- photo by
 Nirbhay Singh and Abhinandan Bharadwaj.

         Lucknow: An advocate, Nikhil Gupta, on his way to home, was killed on Wednesday under PGI police station Lucknow. 
      The assailant attacked bomb on Nikhil Gupta when he was returning to home. The cause of killing is stated old enmity . The police force rushed to the spot, and the seriously wounded, Nikhil, was brought to Trauma Centre, where he succumbed to his injuries.
       All the fellow lawyers Thursday in protest of killing went on strike. The courts were closed and the lawyers demonstrated in front of High Court Lucknow. They were asking immediate removal of SSP, Yashsvi Yadav.The irate lawyers scuffled with the media persons and they manhandled the passer by.
     The police have arrested allegedly two persons in connection of the murder. The district magistrate gave the cheque of two lacs Rupees as an ex-gratia to the next kin of deceased. 

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Letters to the editor

By on Saturday, January 17, 2015
          CBSE new pattern, friendly with students
       The new examination pattern of  CBSE is tuned with the changing time. It is friendly  with the students. Its aim is to stop the notes learning and the complete dependence is on terminal examination.  It lays a continuous and comprehensive evaluation. 
         The CBSE envisages two types of examination -- the formative and the summative, both is a part of the learning and the teaching process. The skill of the quizz and interviews is maintained  perfectly. The summative part is an assessment of students' performance at the end of academic term. Implementing the test, by  the pencil and the papers of the students under new pattern, makes the teacher more active throughout the academic year. It is very useful to long run. 
                                                                             Saikh Ummul Fatima,
                                                                                             Baby Martin International School,

Wednesday, January 14, 2015


By on Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Dandi March

                     NDA Dreams                                                                      UPA Dreamt
MNREGA Workers' employment at their door steps
Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, at Swachh Bharat



Monday, January 12, 2015


By on Monday, January 12, 2015

    Hindu protesters demonstrated against film-PK infront Novelty cinema, Lucknow.
    Photo-by K.Kant and Harsh Rastogi.

    Lucknow: Aamir khan's effigy was burnt infront of cinema hall at Lucknow on Sunday January4th,     2015.
    Activist of All India Hindu Mahasabha U.P. carried a road show protest for film-PK.
  "The Chief Minister of State allowed the film show tax free that hurts the sentiment of hindus and it     means for muslim support,"Mr Dinesh Pandey, spokesperson, told the correspondent,.
   "Devi Devtaon ka apman, nahi sahega Hindustan (Insulting of God and Godess is unacceptable and    can not be tolerated in India. )  ,"  Protestors were chanting slogans.