The tourism sector in Uttar Pradesh is all set to get an industry status.
An hour after the accident, another mishap took place when a bike rider rammed his two-wheeler into the bus from behind. He died on the spot.
The police mess manager, however, said that Kumar used to raise unnecessary hue and cry regarding the quality of food.
The UP ATS received information that the accused, after being influenced by ISIS ideology, was spreading jihadi ideas and trying to get others to join the terror outfit, it said.
Acting tough against Tyagi, the Noida Administration on Monday razed to the ground -- the illegally constructed permanent structure -- by the abusive 'Neta' in the common area of Grand Omaxe society.
Baini's daughter Rajni used to look after the buffaloes and was deeply attached to them.
A speeding roadways bus lost control and rammed into a petrol pump in Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday. Visuals were captured on the CCTV installed at the fuel filling station.The driver reportedly lost control over the wheels following a break failure. Several people have been injured in the mishap, so far no casualties reported.
The people present there asserted that the ritual will certainly work and they will get respite from the heat.
The accused boys are aged between 15 and 16 years and study in Class 10.
This video from Auraiya district in Uttar Pradesh is now going viral on social media. Here a man can be seen carrying 6 children on his motorcycle when he was intercepted by police. The Police handed him a challan and warned him against repeating this mistake. Following the incident, Auraiya police started an awareness campaign in the Homeganj Bazar area.
Seventeen passengers in the vehicle were returning from Haridwar after taking a holy dip in the Ganga river.
The incident took place in the Syohat village of the district where one Matabadal Singh, 49, was on his way back from the field at his village when a venomous snake bit him.
On hearing the delivery man's name, the customer refused to accept the order from an 'untouchable'.
The entire incident was captured in a CCTV camera at the platform.
Protests have erupted in several states since Wednesday against the Agnipath scheme to recruit jawans into the army, the navy and the air force for a four-year-period.