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Deforestation In Brazil's Amazon Highest Since 2008: Official

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More talks are needed on Maharashtra: Pawar after meeting Sonia Gandhi

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UP exporter issues fake GST invoices of ₹28cr, arrested

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Exchange-traded funds are gaining traction as investment vehicles

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Smog can impact your reproductive health

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Share of deaths passing through rural roads up 7% even as fatalities in urban areas decline

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US Extends License For Businesses To Work With Huawei By 90 Days

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A paranoid guide to fighting the 'bugging epidemic'

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2 Indians held by Pak Rangers for illegal entry

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Bobde starts stint as 47th CJI with mom’s blessings

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Man Robbed Of Gold Chain At Petrol Pump In West Delhi

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Man's Birthday Celebrated In Crematorium In Maharashtra

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I dismiss the charge of running parallel govt in WB: Governor

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Refuting charges of the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) that he was running a parallel government in the West Bengal, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar said that he was yet to hold a meeting with the chief secretary of the state even after completion of 50 days since he had assumed charge."Some kind of statement has been made, that I am running a parallel government in the state. If I was running a parallel government, then from the airport to circuit house (in Siliguri), I have seen huge cutouts of the chief minister, the cutouts would have been mine. I dismiss the charge," Dhankhar said at a press conference here."The state's Chief Secretary has not found time to meet me within the last 50 days....the Chief Minister, under the Constitution, is required to brief the Governor on important developments in the state. Amongst which Cyclone Bulbul is one. I am waiting for the Chief Minister to find time to brief the Governor on these," he said, launching a counter-attack on Chief Minister Mamata ...
                 

Eliminate terror havens, funding, says Rajnath at Asean-Plus

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Sabarimala: Caught in a bind, CPM blames SC

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Not Running Parallel Government: West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar

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Ahmedabad: Father approaches Gujarat HC, alleges daughter held captive in ashram

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A Bengaluru resident has approached the Gujarat High Court alleging that his daughter was being kept captive at an ashram located in Hathijan area of Ahmedabad.The ashram, as claimed by the father, belongs to the religious leader Nithyananda."We have requested the administration to produce the girl before us. Why is that my daughter is not being allowed to meet me, while her videos are surfacing every once in a while? I suspect there is something very wrong that is why I have requested the court to intervene in the matter," Sharma, the father of the girl, told reporters here on Monday."Today we filed a habeas corpus petition in the Gujarat High Court to get the custody of the girl from the ashram administration," the advocate from the girl's family side, Pritesh Shah, told reporters."We have prayed to the High Court to interfere in the matter and to grant the custody of the daughter to Janardan Sharma's family," Shah added.Earlier, the girl, Nityanandita, had reportedly appeared in a ...
                 

No cut-paste in order rejecting PC bail, says HC

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Fewer terror incidents post-Aug 5 than in same period last year

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Female participation in labour force declining, govt tells Parliament

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New India Assurance vs ICICI Lombard: Size fails to beat profitability

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108 ‘Rams’ from India set to wed ‘Sitas’ in Janakpur

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PwC-Satyam case: SC restores Sebi's power to restrain erring auditing firms

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Over 300 young women register for Sabari visit

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Survey tells story of malnourished, underweight pregnant women and nursing mothers

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Paying Countries Not To Chop Down Forests Works, Study Shows

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Patanjali stabilises biz after a year of faltering sales; revenue up 2.4%

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Chennai: Abandoned dog assisting RPF to warn commuters against footboard traveling

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A stray dog, who was abandoned by her owners, at the Park Town station has become a mini-celebrity amongst daily commuters for barking at commuters who try to cross railway tracks directly.In an apparent warning gesture, the dog also barks at passengers who are trying to board or deboard the running trains on the platform."I am a commuter of this train for several years. The dog barks on the passengers who tries to board or deboard a running train, and those who are travelling on the footboard. It also barks on commuters who try to directly cross the railway tracks. It is doing a good job for the public," a daily commuter told ANI here.Other daily commuters who are used to the dog's presence too said that it never caused a problem to the passengers.The dog, according to the commuters, joins the Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel at the platform and patrols along with them and barks at offenders...
                 

Architecture edu under CoA, not AICTE: SC

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Cong attacks govt for removing SPG cover of Gandhis, to petition Prez

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New Delhi Metro Station Starts Check-In Facility For Three More Airlines

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Company Law Committee bats for decriminalising provisions of Companies Act

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The Company Law Committee submitted a report on steps needed to be taken to further decriminalise the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.The report was presented to the Union Minister by Injeti Srinivas, Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs and the chairman of the Committee on Monday.The Committee was constituted by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs in September 2019 "to decriminalise the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 based on their gravity and to take other concomitant measures to provide further Ease of Living for corporates in the country.""The Committee took note of the progress made consequent to the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2019, which had resulted in de-criminalisation of 16 minor procedural or technical lapses under the Companies Act, 2013 into 'civil wrongs', and adopted a principle-based approach to further remove criminality, in case of defaults which can be determined objectively and which, otherwise, lack the ....
                 

Varanasi: Youth develops 'Iron Man' suit to help soldiers in battle

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Inspired by the Iron Man franchise, a part-time employee at a private university in Varanasi has developed an Iron-Man suit with the aim of helping the Indian Army soldiers in their encounters with enemies.Shyam Chaurasia, who works at the Ashoka Institute of Technology and Management, said that he made the suit prototype in an attempt keeping the soldiers of the Indian Army in mind."It is a metal suit designed to help the Indian Army soldiers during their encounters with terrorists and enemies. Currently, it is just a prototype, but it can help the soldiers immensely during the times of the battle," Chaurasia told ANI on Monday."We have used gears and motors and it also has a mobile connection so that it can be used remotely. It has sensors which will help the jawans even when he is attacked from the back," he added.The suit, made from 'jugaad' technology, is currently made of tin, but the determined youth is seeking for funds to make a working model out of it.Chaurasia added that .....
                 

Ally-turned-foe Sena targets govt in House

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NEET mum on subject marks but low scorers still getting into MBBS

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Will Be Neutral In Matters Among International Powers: Sri Lanka's President

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Puducherry: 29th RCP meeting of Asia Pacific Customs begins

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'Foreigner' dies in detention camp, 10th case in 2019

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Ford Motor likely to make its new electric Mustang Mach-E in China

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Cong says govt overruled RBI to introduce electoral bonds, wants scheme scrapped

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Airlines prevail over sagging demand, maintain capacity in October

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SC to hear PC’s plea on bail in INX case tomorrow

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Tata Steel To Cut Up To 3,000 Jobs In Europe

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FedEx CEO challenges NYT publisher to public debate after tax story

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K'taka: Farmer finds unique, low-cost method to save crops from wild animals

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After multiple efforts by his colleagues to keep monkeys, wild pigs, deer and other animals from entering the fields and destroying the crops failed, a Soraba farmer found a unique solution to stop them.Chidananda Gowda, a farmer who owns a small tract of land in the Soraba taluk of Shivamogga, recorded his own voice along with that of barking dogs and saved it on a microchip.He then used local loudspeakers to play the recordings on loop, which surprisingly had the desired effects."In our region, bison, deer, monkeys used to destroy our crops, at least 30 per cent of my crops used to get destroyed by the wild animals every year. I then brought a chip reader and recorded my own loud voice and that of barking dogs, it was then connected to speakers placed around the farm," Gowda told ANI here.The low-cost method has other benefits too, according to Gowda as the animals have not only stopped entering his farmland but he also does not have to have encounters with the wild animals which .....
                 

Man Arrested From Delhi's Trade Fair For Stealing Afghan National's Mobile

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Kolkata Man Dupes Woman Into Starting Life Afresh, Flees With Jewellery

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Moradabad: Pollution Control Board slaps fine of Rs 1.62 crore on factory for burning furnaces illegally

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Govt moves Bill to amend chit funds Act; TMC, BJP clash

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Couple Moves High Court To Get Daughters Out Of Godman's Institute

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BJP MLA accuses MP Minister of threatening him over naming of medical college

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BJP MLA from Kolaras, Birendra Raghuvanshi has alleged that he was threatened for life by a cabinet minister in the Madhya Pradesh government, Pradhuman Singh Tomar, over the naming of a medical college in the region.The dispute arose during the district planning committee held in the assembly room of the Collectorate office."During the course of the meeting, I opposed the proposal of naming the medical college after Madhavrao Scindia. Instead, I suggested that it be named after Mahatma Gandhi as the whole country was celebrating his 150th birth anniversary. I also pointed out that there are three colleges named after Scindia. This led to heated debate, with the minister, during the course of which Pradhuman Singh Tomar threatened to kill me," Raghuvanshi told reporters here.Talking to the reporters, Raghuvanshi also requested the Madhya Pradesh government to provide him protection.On the other hand, Pradhuman Singh Tomar, the minister in charge for Shivpuri refuted all charges levied..
                 

Mumbai: Young cancer patients visit Naval Dockyard as part of Navy Week-2019 celebrations

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In the course of the celebrations during the Navy Week-2019, the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai organised a cruise for young cancer patients from the Tata Memorial Cancer (TMC) institute."As part of the Navy Week 2019 celebrations, Naval Dockyard Mumbai organised a Harbour Cruise for young cancer patients of the Tata Memorial Cancer Institute. About 90 children, with attendants, participated in the cruise. This was followed by a visit onboard INS Mumbai," a press release by the PIB (Defence Wing) on Monday read.Earlier in the day, the children along with their attendants also visited INS Shikra for a display of various helicopters used by the Indian Navy at close quarters, according to the release.The Navy Week-2019 is being organised in the run-up to the Navy Day, which in India is celebrated on December 4 to recognize the achievements and contribution of the Indian Navy to the country.December 4 was chosen by the Indian Navy as on that day in 1971, during Operation Trident, the Indian .....
                 

Citizenship bill's 'onset' stokes protests across NE

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JNUSU appeals to MHRD to resolve crisis and help students

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The Jawaharlal Nehru Union Students' Union (JNUSU) has appealed to the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) to prepare a new IHA manual in consultation with all students of the JNU and to reconsider the proposed hike in hostel and other fees as it would prove detrimental to the careers of many students."We appeal to you on behalf of the JNU community to endorse our just and rightful demands and prevail upon the MHRD to act and resolve the crisis. The students of JNU cannot survive with the present structure of fees that are sought to be pushed down their throat. We urge you to consider our plight and endorse our demands," read a letter by the JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh to Girish Hosur, Joint Secretary (JS) in the MHRD.In the letter, the JNUSU alleged that "there has been no fee hike rollback as claimed by the administration and rather than any relief to BPL Students, their misery has been compounded.""The reality of that rollback is that virtually no fee has come down. The ....
                 

Hon Kong protesters trapped in campus siege, raising fears of crackdown

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Avalanche hits Army patrol in Siachen; four soldiers, two porters killed

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Times Literature Festival: Save the dates for Delhi’s biggest celebration of writers & the written word

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