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Police Commemoration Day: In remembering the slain, stories of loss, bravery — and belonging

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Case over Patidar agitation: Hardik moves Gujarat HC, seeks deletion of bail clause

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Mumbai: Highway robbery on rise along pothole ridden roads of Torangan Ghat

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The Jawhar-Nashik road, which is ridden with potholes, has been an ideal location, especially at Torangan Ghat, for highway robbers. They hide behind trees and thick bushes along the serpentine road, and loot goods trucks and tourist vehicles after pelting stones at them, forcing drivers to stop. Vehicles that slow down due to the inclines are also looted. Arif Vanchesa's driver was aware of the robbers' modus operandi and managed to escape though his vehicle was damaged | Pic: Hanif Patel Businessmen claimed robberies are on the rise after the lockdown. Arif Iqbal Vanchesa, the owner of a mill in Jawhar, said, "Recently, our truck with raw material worth Rs 1.50 lakh was on the way from Nashik when robbers pelted stones at its windshield. Our driver Jeetendra Rai was aware of the modus operandi and sped away. Thankfully, he did not get hurt." Junaid Memon and his son recently escaped when their car was pelted with stones in Torangan Ghat | Pic: Hanif Patel Junaid Memon, who runs ..
                 

After 3 years, Bimal Gurung surfaces in Kolkata, snaps BJP ties

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Gujarat: BJP suspends three over filing papers against party nominees

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Narendra Modi to virtually inaugurate three projects in Gujarat on Oct 24

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AIIMS rejects SC candidate, asked to explain

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Nepal media: RAW chief in Kathmandu for a day

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Uddhav okays disciplinary probe against IAS officer for using ‘foul language’ against senior colleagues

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Covid: Cheer for Mumbai as doubling period crosses 100 days

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Hathras case: AMU med officer, medics want doctors reinstated

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‘Harassment’ of journalists: Global press bodies write to PM Modi

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Monetisation of idle land: Railways, Defence, BSNL in line

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Cabinet clears decks for district councils in J&K

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Desert storm of a different kind

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Chennai Super Kings will be hoping for a repeat of their first Indian Premier League-13 game against Mumbai Indians when they encounter the defending champions in Sharjah tomorrow. For, they have experienced victory only twice after that five-wicket win in the September 19 tournament-opener at Abu Dhabi. Chennai Super Kings' bottom-place existence is unprecedented and being all but out of the tournament must hurt their fans big-time. To be fair, the men in yellow have been at the receiving end of some hard blows even before their pacer Deepak Chahar bowled the first ball of IPL-13 for them. Chahar was declared COVID-19 positive and their fans had to swallow bitter pills in the unavailability of Harbhajan Singh and Suresh Raina's decision to return home. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who is placed at the heart of Chennai Super Kings' upheavals, has had to take things in his stride like he has never had to do before in his 13-year journey with the IPL. It's always a situation of intense pressure..
                 

On Amit Shah’s birthday, Modi says country witnessing his dedication in work towards India’s progress

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45 arrested over Himmatnagar clash on Oct 18

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Rajkot: Ahmedabad traffic ASI among 3 held transporting liquor

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AstraZeneca vaccine trial Brazil volunteer dies

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‘Bobde flight no protocol violation’

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Gujarat: Parsi man seeks quashing of FIR over ‘misusing name’ to sell land

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Gujarat: Covid-19 cases cross 1.63 lakh

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House panel questions govt over EPF funds invested during Covid

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Kerala plans tougher laws on online abuse

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Elgaar Parishad case: Most witnesses say did not enter venue due to large crowd, didn’t hear speeches

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Eknath Khadse quits BJP for NCP, alleges plot by Fadnavis

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50 more arrested in Palghar lynching case

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No criminal roaming free in UP: Yogi Adityanath

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Mumbai: Women take local train amid cautious cheer

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Finally able to travel on local trains without hindrance after seven months of shutdown, women commuters were all smiles on Wednesday. In addition to already running trains, CR and WR arranged additional services. Crowds of women thronged booking counters to get their expired season tickets stamped. Amid the cheer, there were also words of caution regarding crowds as social distancing took a backseat. Dipali Tendolkar, from Malad It being the first day, crowds were under control in the morning. Many got the opportunity to travel, they thanked and cheered us too," a ticket checker at Dadar said. Wednesday's train travel came as a welcome change for commuters tired of travelling via road. Women urged the Railways to remove time restrictions too. Women commuters at Mumbai Central station. Pic/Bipin Kokate The Railway Protection Force (RPF) conducted a drive regarding women's safety and security and COVID-19 SOPs at Kalyan station. Women were given booklets with dos and don'ts and relevan..
                 

International Suspension Bridge at Uttarakhand's Dharchula opens for Nepali nationals

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After Sushant, TRP case: Maharashtra stalls CBI moves, scraps consent to probe cases

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Mumbai Diary: Thursday Dossier

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Easy rider A child enjoys a drive on her toy car, safe on a pavement in Dadar West on Wednesday. Pic/Sayyed Sameer Abedi Ranveer's food for thought This year has been a great equaliser of sorts for the F&B industry. There are some big-ticket restaurants that have bitten the dust in the wake of the pandemic while on the flip side, a whole host of home chefs have sprung up to display their culinary chops for the first time. Chef Ranveer Brar sought to reinforce this positive aspect in a video he posted on social media on International Chef's Day recently. In it, he pointed out how it has indeed been a tough year for many of his colleagues. But at the same time, it showed them that they have a skill set, which means that they don't necessarily have to be tied to their jobs. Many people in the industry started bakeries and YouTube classes, discovering a new side to themselves. Brar told this diarist, "I've always believed that food is a giver. Be it the commercial chefs who were hit b..
                 

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Lion safaris begin in Gir but poor tourist response a cause for concern

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Gujarat: ACB books GIDC engineer over disproportionate assets of Rs 1 cr

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Amazon Bestseller: The Future for Investors: Why the Tried and the True Triumph Over the Bold and the New - Jeremy J. Siegel

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Hopes fade, INS Viraat inches closer to being dismantled

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IAPL a frontal organisation for Maoists: NIA

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Vadodara: CA student held for ‘floating fake firms’

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Maharashtra: Crop damage crosses 10 lakh hectares in flood-hit areas, soaring food prices stoke concerns of stagflation

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Gujarat Police probe ‘political link’ in Hiren Patel ‘murder’

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Cabinet OKs J&K panchayat law, local election likely soon

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Kin of Kerala journalist facing UAPA charges meet Rahul Gandhi

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Chhattisgarh to hold special session next week for new farm law

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Mumbai: Railways to open for all soon, but preparations not up to mark

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Opening soon after seven-month shutdown, yet unprepared. No planning, no access control, and no sturdy online ticketing system as a back-up on Mumbai's suburban railway, say passenger representatives. As officials meet to discuss throwing open Mumbai locals to the general public, is the railways really prepared to handle the crowds that will arrive at stations post-lockdown? NOt really. Indian Railways doesn't look prepared. Two things are a hurdle — no access control to stations and lack of a sturdy digital payment option. The first need to upgrade their digital payment app, open it to all payment modes at mass level and allow multiple channels, instead of just one app, which keeps crashing when there's pressure. I am sure technology will be available. Secondly, stations could have been equipped with access control to restrict crowds," a senior passenger association member said. Commuters get into a train at Ghatkopar station. Pic/Sayyed Sameer Abedi "It is correct that the Rail..
                 

Congress and BJP, dirt flies in MP: Rakhail, item, bangles…

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Bihar crimes: Nitish’s 15 years — Murders, abduction for ransom down, stretched police

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