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4 news that took place in India, today, you should be aware of

  • Mrinalini Singh
  • September 9, 2017
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In case you have missed out breaking news in your rush-hush hours today. Here we have compiled some must read news updates which you just can’t miss out. A look at all the top stories that made headlines for today.

Illegal explosives factory inside Dera premises sealed:  Haryana Police said they have sealed an illegal explosives factory found inside the Dera Sacha Sauda headquarters in Sirsa during a search operation on Saturday. Several cartons of explosives and firecrackers reportedly were seized from the premises and a forensic team was deployed to check the nature of the explosives. Notably, plastic coins were also recovered during the search.

Government inspection reveals 2,000 potholes in Delhi:  Around 2,000 potholes and rough patches have been spotted in Delhi after regular inspections were conducted by the Public Works Department (PWD) across the city. Heavy traffic volume, coupled with rain, leads to quick wear and tear, officials said. Delhi’s PWD Minister Satyendar Jain has asked the engineers to carry out at least four inspections of different roads every month.

After Ram Rahim, is it time for Radhe Maa to pack up?  Three cases have been filed against self-styled god-woman Radhe Maa over last two years. In one of the cases, in which she was accused of seducing one of her devotees, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has ordered an FIR against her. Since April, two high courts have issued orders to police of two states to initiate a probe against her. On April 28, the Bombay High Court asked the Mumbai police to record the statement of one Niki Gupta, who accused Radhe Maa of instigating her in-laws to harass her for dowry.

Man tweeted about poor railway line 5 days before derailment:  A man had tweeted a picture of a damaged portion of the railway track at Delhi’s Shivaji Bridge to the Ministry of Railways, five days before the Ranchi Rajdhani express derailed near the station. Replying to the man’s tweet within 25 minutes, the Ministry of Railways asked Delhi Division of the Northern Railway to “look into the matter”.

 

In case you have missed out breaking news in your rush-hush hours today. Here we have compiled some must read news updates which you just can’t miss out. A look at all the top stories that made headlines for today. Illegal explosives factory inside Dera premises sealed:  Haryana Police said they have sealed an illegal explosives factory found inside the Dera Sacha Sauda headquarters in Sirsa during a search operation on Saturday. Several cartons of explosives and firecrackers reportedly were seized from the premises and a forensic team was deployed to check the nature of the explosives. Notably, plastic coins were also recovered during the search. Government inspection reveals 2,000 potholes in Delhi:  Around 2,000 potholes and rough patches have been spotted in Delhi after regular inspections were conducted by the Public Works Department (PWD) across the city. Heavy traffic volume, coupled with rain, leads to quick wear and tear, officials said. Delhi's PWD Minister Satyendar Jain has asked the engineers to carry out at least four inspections of different roads every month. After Ram Rahim, is it time for Radhe Maa to pack up?  Three cases have been filed against self-styled god-woman Radhe Maa over last two years. In one of the cases, in which she was accused of seducing one of her devotees, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has ordered an FIR against her. Since April, two high courts have issued orders to police of two states to initiate a probe against her. On April 28, the Bombay High Court asked the Mumbai police to record the statement of one Niki Gupta, who accused Radhe Maa of instigating her in-laws to harass her for dowry. [ads1] Man tweeted about poor railway line 5 days before derailment:  A man had tweeted a picture of a damaged portion of the railway track at Delhi’s Shivaji Bridge to the Ministry of Railways, five days before the Ranchi Rajdhani express derailed near the station. Replying to the man's tweet within 25 minutes, the Ministry of Railways asked Delhi Division of the Northern Railway to "look into the matter".  

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