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Modi rally on Chhat may spark tension

Narendra Modi’s rally in Bahraich on November 8 coincides with Chhat, which is now celebrated in Uttar Pradesh in a big way, particularly in eastern UP.

BJP, BSP MLAs held; tempers run high

The UP police on Saturday arrested two more BJP MLAs and one BSP MLA for allegedly inciting violence and provoking communal tension in the recent Muzaffarnagar riots. The police has been put on alert in the western UP district to deal with possible protests by BJP supporters.

SP to reach out to ordinary Muslims

Unnerved by reports of the Muslim mood swinging against the Samajwadi Party after the Muzaffarnagar riots, the party leadership will now make efforts to pacify the agitated community.

SP, BJP MLAs come to blows in UP Assembly

The Samajwadi Party and Bhartiya Janata Party members almost came to blows in the UP assembly on Friday after a senior minister rebuked a BJP legislator.

Top cop wants to move out of UP

Unable to withstand political interference in his work, UP’s top cop Arun Kumar, posted as additional director general of police (law and order), has sought permission to go on Central deputation.

Inmates package products at Organic India

Organic India has embarked on a new business model by getting the male jail inmates to do the packaging of their products and the female jail inmates are involved in growing tulsi and other herbs for

Drama in UP over warrants for legislators

High drama was witnessed outside the UP Assembly on Wednesday after a local court in Muzaffarnagar issued arrest warrants against a BSP MP, BJP and BSP MLAs and senior community leaders for allegedly

UP riots may turn into votes mine for BJP

The Muzaffarnagar riots are apparently turning into a political goldmine for the BJP while the Samajwadi Party is using the same issue to fiercely protect its Muslim vote base in the state.

Minor found dead in engineer’s house

The body of a 13-year-old girl, working as a domestic help, was found at the residence of UP Power Corporation Limited (UUPCL) executive engineer, R.K. Srivastava in the posh Gomti Nagar locality.

Army begins to pull out of Muzaffarnagar

The Army on Tuesday began pulling out of Muzaffarnagar after it was deployed there for almost eight days. Curfew had been completely lifted from Muzaffarnagar on Monday night.

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