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4 years of Modi govt, fight against black money explained in 7 points

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Narendra Modi vs anarchist combination: Jaitley on 'failed' federal front idea

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Binani Insolvency: Dalmia moves SC again on UltraTech's eligibility to bid

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India's coal import down by 9% in April on back of ample supply of dry fuel

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India to have 243 mn excess workers by 2030; China to face shortage: Report

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Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi urges people to shun plastics, plant trees

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Cyclone Mekunu lashes Oman, Yemen

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Five people, including a 12-year-old girl, died in Oman. Pic/AP Cyclone Mekunu blew into the Arabian Peninsula yesterday, drenching arid Oman and Yemen, cutting off power lines and leaving at least five dead and 40 missing, officials said. Portions of Salalah, Oman's third-largest city, lost electricity as the cyclone made landfall. The Arabian Sea churned on Saturday, sending mounds of sea foam into the air. Five people, including a 12-year-old girl, died in Oman, and 40 others are missing from the Yemeni island of Socotra, which earlier took the storm's brunt, police said. Yemenis, Indians and Sudanese were among those missing on the Arabian Sea isle and officials feared some may be dead. India's Meteorological Department said the storm packed maximum sustained winds of 170-180 kilometers per hour with gusts of up to 200 kph. It called the cyclone "extremely severe." Across Salalah, branches and leaves littered the streets. Several underpasses became standing lakes. Electrical wo..
                 

The day my butta felt adulterated!

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Politics behind Rahul Gandhi's ceaseless attacks on RSS

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PM Narendra Modi blasts opposition unity, says corrupt people are uniting to save themselves

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BJP expels leader for ‘abusing’ farmers

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In Srinagar, 19 CRPF Personnel Injured In Road Accident

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Patients On The Bed, Dogs Under It, In A Hospital Ward In UP's Hardoi

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Charging less than Rs 10/km, Indian airlines among world's cheapest five

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Nitish Kumar has second thoughts on demonetisation; BJP rephrases his words

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Delhi-Meerut, Eastern Peripheral Expressways inauguration: All you need to know

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I&B Minister Rathore was asked if India needs a censor board. Here's his reply

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Watch: Pitch invader robs Ronaldo of a goal in Champions League final

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Donald Trump: North Korea summit could be back on

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N Korea said it is willing to talk to the US 'at any time' after Donald Trump cancelled the meeting with Kim Jong Un (below). Pics/AFP US President Donald Trump yesterday said his summit with North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un could still happen on June 12 after officials on both sides started talking, a day after he cancelled it, citing Pyongyang's "open hostility". "We'll see what happens. We are talking to them now," Trump said at the White House before boarding Marine One for a commencement address in Annapolis. "They very much want to do it. We'd like to do it. We will see what happens," he said. Trump appeared to be optimistic even about the cancelled June 12 summit in Singapore. "It could be even on June 12," he said. North Korea said yesterday it is willing to talk to the US "at any time" after President Donald Trump abruptly cancelled a summit. In a personal letter to Kim, Trump announced on Thursday he would not go ahead with the June 12 summit in Singapore, foll..
                 

Paromita Vohra: Fit for what?

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We had barely recovered from that advertisement for breakfast cereal where Madhuri Dixit cruelly makes her entire family work out as soon as they get out of bed. So imagine getting out of bed to behold the hashtag #HumFitToIndiaFit. It's not that I am against fitness at all. I think it's a worthwhile aspiration. For instance, the couple of years I was a regular at an Iyengar Yoga class count as good ones in my life. Learning to understand your body - how breath works, how muscles function, where strength resides, why balance matters and how it is tied to the mind and spirit - is beautiful. It is a holistic wisdom we should all have about our bodies in order to look after them. A hard walk among lovely trees - for example, in Aarey Colony, which the government is so keen to decimate - fills you with well-being. The morning after a night spent drinking and dancing hard, as opposed to merely drinking, is all the proof the exercise pudding needs if you know what I mean. But as regular re..
                 

Gujarat 10th Result 2018: GSEB SSC Result 2018 Data and Time Confirmed on gseb.org

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Rs 11,000 crore Eastern Peripheral Expressway to be inaugurated today: 10 unique features

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UP MLA Pankaj Singh, son of Rajnath Singh, receives death threat

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Inauguration of Eastern Peripheral Expressway by PM Narendra Modi: Traffic advisory issued

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After SC rap, timeline fixed for settling CGHS claims

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Vijay Mohan Tribune News Service Chandigarh, May 26 Following the Supreme Court’s rap over the tardy pace of disposal of medical claims by aged beneficiaries of the Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS), the health ministry has prescribed a timeline for settling claims by pensioners. The apex court had held that claims cannot be rejected on technical grounds. Under new rules issued by the CGHS Directorate General last week, payment for claims submitted to the chief medical officer of the wellness centre concerned will be completed within 30 days. Claims requiring opinion of specialists are to be finalised in 45 days, while those requiring approval of higher authorities shall be finalised within 45 days in Delhi and 60 days in other cities.  The order also states that care shall be taken not to regret medical claims of pensioners on minor technical issues if they fall under procedural lapses, which can be condoned. Further, if approval of the directorate or ministry is..
                 

Tuticorin back to ‘near normal’, claims Collector

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Tuticorin, May 26 Four days after it was rocked by violence during protests against a copper plant, Tuticorin on Saturday returned to near normalcy with operation of state-run buses and availability of all essential commodities, though authorities were maintaining a tight vigil to prevent any fresh flare-up. The police have deployed drones at select locations to monitor the situation as part of efforts to maintain law and order in the district where 13 persons were killed in police firing during anti-Sterlite plant protests on Tuesday. Internet services suspended in Kanyakumari and Tirunelveli districts on May 23 have been restored. District Collector Sandeep Nanduri told reporters that government buses were being operated “100 per cent” and all essential commodities, including milk and vegetables, were available. Banks, ATMs and fuel outlets would be fully operational soon, he said. — PTI..
                 

"No More Stigma", Says Irish PM As Country Votes To Overturn Abortion Ban

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Living in denial: How society ignores the sexual abuse of young boys

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United Bank firms up employee share purchase plan, awaits Sebi nod

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‘We seek cooperation to resolve Rohingya influx, tackle terror’

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Four years of Modi govt: SP, BSP attack Centre over inflation, ‘mismanagement’

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Ireland referendum says big yes to legalising abortion

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Meenakshi Shedde: Suing your parents

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Lebanese director Nadine Labaki won the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival for her film Capernaum (Capharnaum). The film is about Zain, a 12-year-old Beirut street urchin, who sues his parents "because they gave me life." Zain's family is dirt-poor; his parents practically sell his younger sister Samar in marriage to their landlord's creepy son. Zain flees his family, and soon lands in prison, from where he sues his parents. If children sued their parents in India, the courts would have at least 2,000 times the cases they have now. Vice versa must also be true. Anyone can be a parent, that doesn't mean anyone should, to rephrase Remy's famous line from the film Ratatouille. I've always felt parenting is one of the most important jobs on the planet, with zero qualifications and zero accountability. One minute of pleasure, and boom, you have a life-long parental responsibility for an offspring - but if you don't give a damn, that's fine. Parents in India have always been parked on ..
                 

Mumbai: Vile Parle temples get eco-friendly with garbage composting

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If the leafy stretch around Hanuman Road and Mahatma Gandhi Road in Vile Parle East is proving to be a much-needed canopy, a part of the credit goes to the temples in the area. The four "zero waste" temples - Parleshwar Mandir, Mahalakhmi Mandir, Ram Mandir and Datta Mandir - have installed compost bins that convert offerings made by devotees, such as flowers, coconuts, sweets and ghee, into manure. The initiative was mooted by the Swachh Parle Abhiyan, a citizens' initiative to achieve zero garbage in Vile Parle by segregating garbage at source. While the 105-year-old Parleshwar Mandir was the first to implement this two years ago, the Datta Mandir is the latest to join the fray, by installing a compost bin three months ago. The pits have been installed in the temple premises itself. "The offerings are considered holy so people are wary of dumping it in the garbage once they wither. The three composting bins at Parleshwar temple. Pics/Shadab Khan Throwing it in the water bodies is ..
                 

Pix: Where Indians are holidaying right now

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CBSE results: It's girl power all over again in Jaipur

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Lalit(a) Salve in pain, strictly on liquid diet after sex operation

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PM Narendra Modi to inaugurate Eastern Peripheral Expressway - India`s first green highway - on Sunday

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BJP celebrates 4 years of Modi in power, Congress cries `India betrayed`

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BJP has nothing to show, but failures: Left

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New Delhi, May 26  The Left on Saturday claimed that the BJP government has nothing to show for its four years at the Centre except “failures and rhetoric” and should be ousted from power. The CPM alleged that these four years had seen an “unprecedented assault” on the country’s social fabric and the livelihood of the people.  The future of the country and the people can only be safeguarded and improved with the ouster of this government, party general secretary Sitaram Yechury said. CPI leader D Raja alleged that the BJP-RSS combine had unleashed “fascism, fear and intimidation”, with people living in fear and insecurity and their constitutional and democratic rights under attack. “The BJP government has remained in office for four years and there is no other achievement. It is full of failures. All we got is rhetoric in these years,” he said.  “PM  Modi promised ‘achhe din’; and ‘sabk..
                 

"I Don't Ride All My Bikes At A Time": Dhoni On Under-Using Harbhajan

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Court Seeks Report On Imran Hussain's Complaint Against Anshu Prakash

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HC extends stay in NSE-SGX case till May 31 following suit by Indian bourse

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CCI should not adopt stringent approach to leniency applications: Experts

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Fair trade regulator Competition Commission should not adopt "stringent approach" while dealing with leniency applications from those who come forward to provide information about cartels, say experts. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) recently passed its third leniency order in Nagrik Chetna Manch vs Fortified Security Solutions and Others. However, in the present order, the CCI has adopted a more stringent approach with respect to leniency applications, said L Badri Narayanan, Partner Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan Attorneys. The present order, according to him, is "ideologically contrary to CCI's other orders in wherein the CCI had reduced the penalties of all notwithstanding the fact that information/ evidence on cartel furnished by two of the applicants did not result in 'significant value addition'. Diljit Titus, Managing Partner, Titus & Co, said the leniency provisions have been in use in the US for long time where the fine depends upon the severity of the .....
                 

Opposition criticises Centre on fuel price hike

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J&K: 4 militants killed as Army foils infiltration bid in Kupwara

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Bodh Gaya blasts: Court convicts five IM militants

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Representational picture A special NIA court on Friday convicted five Indian Mujahideen militants in the 2013 Bodh Gaya serial blasts case in which several persons, including Buddhist monks were injured. Special NIA judge Manoj Kumar Sinha held all the five accused - Imtiyaz Ansari, Haider Ali, Mujib Ullah, Omair Siddiqui and Azharuddin Qureishi - guilty in the case under various sections of the IPC, Unlawful Activity (Prevention) Act and Explosives Act. The court fixed May 31 as the date for pronouncement of the quantum of sentence. The Buddhist pilgrim town was rocked by a series of explosions on the morning of July 7, 2013. Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day manage..
                 

Anahita Desai up against 4 candidates for Bombay Parsi Punchayet trustee's post

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Anahita Desai With just a little over a month to go for the next Bombay Parsi Punchayet (BPP) election, four other nomination forms, apart from that of Anahita Desai, have been filled out by those hoping to fill current BPP trustee Munchi Cama's seat. With May 29 being the stated withdrawal date, by when if anyone hoping to pull out of the election can do so voluntarily, it seems this could very well be the final list of candidates: Ratan Patel, Kersi Sethna, Eric Dhatigara, and Xerxes Dastur, apart from Desai who opted to contest earlier this month. According to BPP president, Yezdi Desai, Anahita's husband, candidates will start campaigning next week. "Each candidate is likely to visit at least two baugs every week, and this way they can visit all the baugs and societies, within two days before election date," he said, adding that he thinks Dastur is a strong candidate. "But, Anahita remains the best option — not because she is my wife — but because of the work she has..
                 

Sikh Truck Driver Dies Two Weeks After Ohio Shooting, 20-Year-Old to Face Murder Charge

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Army Vice-Chief Lt-Gen Sarath Chandra pays farewell visit to Sapta Shakti Command

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address 44th edition of Mann Ki Baat

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PM Modi to inaugurate two expressways in Delhi NCR today. Know all about Delhi-Meerut Expressway & Eastern Peripheral Expressway

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Will remain BSP president for next 20 years: Mayawati

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Lucknow, May 26 BSP chief Mayawati on Saturday announced changes in the party constitution, which bar her brother from continuing as its vice-president while letting her remain the national president till she is too old for that responsibility. Mayawati said she will continue to lead the Bahujan Samaj Party for the “next 20 to 22 years”, bluntly telling party leaders that nobody needed to dream of becoming the party president. Addressing a meeting here of party’s national office-bearers, she also announced major organisational changes and indicated that the BSP was willing to contest any coming election on its own if “respectable” seat-sharing arrangements could not be worked out. Mayawati said she had made some “minor changes” in the BSP constitution last year to involve her younger brother into party work on the request of party leaders. “It is unfortunate that there were reports in the media about the family being promoted in the..
                 

CBSE results: Delhi 3rd in terms of pass percentage

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New Delhi, May 26 Delhi was third in terms of pass percentage after Thiruvananthapuram and Chennai in Central Board of Secondary Education’s Class 12 results declared on Saturday The overall pass percentage was 83.01 per cent against last year's 82.02 per cent. The best performing region was Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala with a pass percentage of 97.32.Chennai came next at 93.87, then Delhi at 89. Girls outdid boys in Delhi—mirroring their overall performance in the country—with 93.19 per cent girls doing better than boys, who stood at 84.93 per cent. The pass percentage of government-aided schools in Delhi this year was 82.79, against 80.32 in 2017. The pass percentage of private schools was 88.35 this year compared to last year's 84.20. The pass percentage of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya was 99.17 this year as compared to last year's 97.04. Kendriya Vidyalayas had a pass percentage of 98.06 this year as compared to last year's 96.59. Some 16,408 students had c..
                 

North Korea Committed To Denuclearisation, Trump Summit: South Korea

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Bale Steps Out Of Ronaldo's Shadow To Finally Shine For Real Madrid

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Inclusion of ATF under GST to help airlines cut cost: Suresh Prabhu

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Why Bal Thackeray called Gadkari 'Roadkari'

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North, South Korean leaders meet in surprise summit

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Kim Jong Un (left) with Moon Jae-in at DMZ. Pic/AFP South Korea said President Moon Jae-in met with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un inside the Demilitarised Zone dividing the two nations, a day after US President Donald Trump said his summit with Pyongyang could still go ahead. The Blue House, South Korea's presidential office, said the two leaders held talks for two hours in the truce village of Panmunjom. "They exchanged views and discussed ways to implement the Panmunjom Declaration and to ensure a successful US North Korea summit," the Blue House said in a statement. On Thursday, Trump cancelled his upcoming meeting with Kim, which had been due to take place in Singapore on June 12, only to reverse course a day later and say it could still go ahead after productive talks with the North Korean officials...
                 

19 CRPF Troopers Injured in Srinagar Accident

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More trade with India helps US

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IMD issues fresh warning, says cyclone Mekunu to hit coasts of Goa

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WATCH: Body of man tied to bike found in drain

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Cristiano Ronaldo's Future Casts Cloud Over Real Madrid's Historic Treble

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15 Indians Stranded Near Mount Everest, Sushma Swaraj Comes To Their Aid

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Modi wants to enforce supremacy; not an advocate of peace talks: Musharraf

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NITI Aayog’s Governing Council to meet on June 16

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Mann Ki Baat LIVE: PM Modi says he is happy to accept Virat Kohli’s fitness challenge

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Don't link Kairana bypoll to 2019 Lok Sabha election, says Amit Shah

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Pakistan announces general elections on July 25

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Ban on abortions in Ireland set to end

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The abortion campaign had gathered steam after an Indian-origin woman, Savita Halappanavar, died in 2012 after her requests to terminate a 17-week pregnancy were denied by the country. Pic/AFP Counting begins in Ireland's historic referendum on abortion as exit polls showed an overwhelming vote in favour of liberalising some of the strictest laws in Europe. Friday's vote to repeal a ban in this traditionally Catholic country was predicted to win by a two-thirds majority. An Irish Times poll of 4,000 said the "Yes" camp was leading by 68 per cent to 32 per cent. Another poll by national broadcaster RTE suggested an even bigger victory, with 69 per cent to 30 per cent backing reforms. "Democracy in action. It's looking like we will make history tomorrow," Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, who backs the reform, said in a tweet. People over 65, however, voted mostly against overhauling the current legislation, which only allows terminations in cases where the mother's life is in danger. Cat..
                 

What was Bobby Deol doing in the sugar fields?

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Lotus Water, Idli, Bread: Handwritten Note Reveals Jayalalithaa's Diet in Hospital

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Raja Tej Singh: Rajput Soldier and Tamil Hero

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PM Modi to inaugurate Eastern Peripheral Expressway, address mega rally in Baghpat today

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Jayalalithaa`s audio clip, diet chat released by probe panel

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Eastern Peripheral Expressway: All you need to know about India`s first smart and green highway

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Sanitary pads, condoms at railway stations

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New Delhi, May 26 Condoms and sanitary pads would now be sold at toilet facilities both inside and outside railway stations for not only the passengers but also the people living in its vicinity, a new toilet policy recently approved by the Railway Board said. It stated that owing to lack of proper sanitation facilities in and around the station, those living in the vicinity were often found defecating in the open and urinating on the station premises, which made the surroundings unhygienic and resulted in health-related problems. “Each facility will have a small kiosk to sell low-cost sanitary pads for women along with provision of an incinerator, and condoms for men,” the policy said. Each station would have two such facilities, one outside the station in the circulating area and another inside the station. — PTI..
                 

Sonam Kapoor And Anand Ahuja. Just Like This, Forever

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AbRam Turns 5. See Mom Gauri's Adorable Birthday Post

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Oil producers to push reset button? Russia hints at effort to rein in crude

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Rising from the ashes

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Left parties on NDA at four: Slogans hollow, promises betrayed

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