Some trains cancelled, rescheduled due to Andhra disturbance

Hyderabad, Feb 1 The South Central Railway on Monday cancelled or rescheduled some trains due to the disturbance to train movements after a train was set afire by protestors near Tuni in East Godavari district on Sunday.

Though the movement of trains has restored on Vijayawada – Rajahmundry-Visakhapatnam section on…

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Kejriwal opposes minimum qualification for auto-rickshaw licence

Bengaluru, Feb 1  Terming as absurd the law mandating Class 8 as the minimum qualification for granting licence to auto-rickshaw drivers, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday urged the central government to abolish a clause of the Motor Vehicles Act 2007, saying it would be misused to harass…

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Violence rocks Andhra town as Kapus launch quota stir

Visakhapatnam, Feb 1  Large-scale violence broke out in Andhra Pradesh’s Tuni town on Sunday as protesters demanding reservation for Kapu caste set afire a train, two police stations and many vehicles, police said.

Kapu leader M. Padmanabham on Sunday night announced that he was withdrawing the protest.

The…

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Despite visa hiccups, Pak artists get eyeballs at India Art Fair

New Delhi, Jan 30 (IANS) The Taseer Gallery from Lahore may be evoking lot of curiosity at the ongoing India Art Fair, but visa issues still remain a bone of contention as some of the Pakistan artists were denied the travel documents.

Despite big talk of improving relations between the…

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