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Eviction against encroachment of Bharalu banks continues on Tuesday
NETV Correspondent
July 1, Guwahati

The administration on Tuesday again started an eviction drive from Sarabbhati area since 9 in the morning in the city. The state government in order to get rid of the flood and landslide problem in the city has stepped up activities. It has been identified that hill cutting and encroachment of wetlands is the major reason for flood in Guwahati. In the first phase, the people living long the Bharalu river were being evicted. Apart from comprising executive magistrates, GMDA, GMC and water resources development department officials too were present in the drive on Monday. The government has also decided shift the people in landslide-prone areas to safe zones. It needs mentioning that the district administration on Monday served a 48-hour ultimatum to the people living in these areas to vacate their houses. The administration identified 366 landslide-prone zones in the city. The district administration had sent nine teams, comprising magistrates, officials of disaster management authority and police to these areas to interact with the residents.

Petrol, diesel prices hiked, opposition flays Modi govt
NETV Bureau
July 1, New Delhi

Oil marketing companies have hiked petrol price by a steep Rs 1.69 per litre and diesel by 50 paise a litre with effect from Monday night. The crisis in Iraq spooked international oil and currency markets. The hike excludes local sales tax or VAT and the actual increase will be higher, varying from city to city. The consumers have reacted angrily to the steep hike. The opposition parties too have launched a scathing attack on the Modi Government for the hike in fuel prices. The Samajwadi party workers staged a protest in Uttar Pradesh demanding rollback of the fuel price hike. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday took stock of the situation after the price rise of many essential items. He asked states to take urgent measures against hoarding and ensure "uninterrupted" flow of supplies. The Centre has also called a meeting of state Food and Consumer Affairs ministers on July 4 to discuss measures to contain inflation, that rose to 6.01 percent in May.

LPG price hiked by Rs 16.50 per non-subsidized cylinder
NETV Bureau
July 1, New Delhi

Price of non-subsidised cooking gas was on Tuesday hiked by Rs.16.50 per cylinder and that of jet fuel by over half-a-per cent after international oil prices surged due to the ongoing Iraq crisis. The increase in rates of non-subsidised LPG and ATF accompanies the Rs.1.69 a litre hike in petrol and 50 paisa a litre in diesel announced on Monday. The price of non-subsidised LPG, which customers buy after using up their quota of 12 subsidised cylinders, was raised by Rs.16.50 per 14.2-kg cylinder, the first hike in six months. Each non-subsidised 14.2-kg cooking gas cylinder will now cost Rs.922.50 in Delhi, up from Rs.906, according to Indian Oil Corp , the nation's largest oil firm. Non-subsidised LPG rates were last month cut by Rs.23.50 per cylinder.

Delhi University cut off marks soar to 100% in many colleges, admission starts from Tuesday
NETV Bureau
July 1, New Delhi

After a delay of over a week, admissions into colleges under Delhi University have started on Tuesday. Around 2.7 lakh applicants have applied for admission to 54,000 seats in academic session 2014-15 in Delhi University, one of the oldest and premier universities in the country. The colleges released first cut off list yesterday. The list has for the third time touched the 100 percent-mark with three rank outsider colleges this time putting the ceiling at maximum for admission to its B.Sc (Computer Science) course. The 100 per cent cut-off for B.Tech (Computer Science) at Ram Lal Anand College last year and for B.Com (Hons) at prestigious Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) in 2011 had sparked a major outcry. The students are happy that finally the admission started. SRCC, ranked among the best in the country for higher studies in Commerce and Economics, announced high cut-offs for B.A (Hons) Economics with Commerce students under General category required to have above 98.25 percent to get admission in the elite institution. Under pressure from UGC to act on its directive, the Delhi University had on Saturday scrapped FYUP and reverted to the previous three-year structure.

11 year boy rescued by joint team of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam Police
NETV Correspondent
July 1, Sonitpur

An 11-year-old boy, who was abducted a fortnight ago, was rescued by a joint team of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam police from Gohpur in Assam's Sonitpur district. The boy, Bikram Kumar, son of a Naharlagun postal department employee was abducted by three armed miscreants from Gohpur area early this month. The boy and his parents were travelling in a truck when the abductors on motorcycles waylaid the truck and snatched the boy away. An FIR was registered at Gohpur police station and a joint team of police have been conducting raids at possible hideouts in Assam over the last couple of weeks.

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