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In Joint Statement, Modi & Trump Ask Pak to Ensure Its Territory is Not Used to Launch Terror Attacks

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CBSE Postpones Today's Board Exams in Northeast Delhi, Schools in Area to Remain Closed

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Dow Jones falls 2% as US stocks sell-off deepens on coronavirus fears

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NSA Doval reviews security arrangements, visits violence-affected areas in North-East Delhi

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National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval late Tuesday night met with top police personnel at the office of Delhi Commissioner of Police North-East here, following which he visited areas affected by violence in the national capital, which has claimed 13 lives and left close to 200 people injured, over a period of three days.After the meeting at the DCP's office in Seelampur ended around midnight, Doval accompanied by senior police officials visited Seelampur, Jaffrabad, Maujpur and Gokulpuri Chowk to review the situation.Along with DCP North-East, senior police officers, including newly-appointed Special Commissioner of Delhi Police (Law and Order) SN Shrivastava, were present at the meeting with Doval.The NSA reviewed security arrangements, deployment of police personnel in North-East Delhi and discussed ways to restore normalcy in the region, sources said.Later, along with police officials, he visited all the regions affected by the violence and took stock of the current .....
                 

Protestors have cleared out from Jaffarabad, Maujpur: Delhi Police

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Delhi Police Special Commissioner, Crime, Satish Golcha on Wednesday said that protesters have left sites of protest in Jaffarabad and Maujpur in northeast Delhi and the situation is under control."The protesters have left the Jaffarabad Metro station and the Maujpur Chowk is also clear. Now, 66 Foota road is absolutely clear of all protests," Golcha told media persons here.On Tuesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with Delhi Police and his ministry officials in the wake of violence that has been raging in the national capital for the past two days.It was the third meeting chaired by the Home Minister in less than 24 hours.Newly-appointed Special Commissioner of Delhi Police (Law and Order) SN Shrivastava also attended the meeting, which started at around 7 pm and lasted till 10 pm.Shah had also chaired a meeting with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik and other political leaders regarding the .....
                 

New Oceanic alert systems launched to significantly reduce damage to fishermen, offshore oil exploration industries and coastal population

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Trump India visit: Joining hands, from Afghanistan-Pakistan to NSG

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NSA Doval holds meeting with DCP North-East to review security situation in Delhi

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In the wake of violence in North East Delhi, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval late on Tuesday reached Seelampur area to take stock of the situation.Doval arrived at the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) office North East to conduct a meeting and review the security situation in the city.Along with DCP North-East, senior police officers, including newly-appointed Special Commissioner of Delhi Police (Law and Order) SN Shrivastava, were present at the meeting.This comes after Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with Delhi Police and Home Ministry officials in the wake of violence that has been raging in the national capital for the past two days.It was the third meeting chaired by the Home Minister in less than 24 hours and according to sources the meeting that began at around 7 pm lasted till 10 pm.The Home Minister appreciated the participation of all parties and urged them to exercise restraint, rise above party lines to tackle the situation, according to an .....
                 

Don't let CAPF personnel wear combat uniforms: Army to Defence Ministry

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The Army has written to the Defence Ministry demanding that the CAPFs, deployed to handle the law and order situation in the country, must refrain from wearing combat dress as this may be "misinterpreted" by people and could have an adverse impact on its image and prove detrimental to national interest. According to the Army sources, The letter was written on Monday after certain Central Armed Police Forces personnel, deployed along with the Delhi Police at protest sites in the national capital, were seen wearing Indian Army pattern combat dress. The sources said over a period of time, CAPFs and state police forces in India have started wearing combat uniforms which are just slightly different in appearance from the ones worn by Indian Army personnel. These minor variations cannot be distinguished by most civilians giving them the impression that the personnel wearing such dresses in cities and towns of India while engaged in internal security duties, escorting VIPs, on policing .....
                 

Delhi violence: I&B ministry cautions channels against content inciting violence

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Army writes to Defence, Home ministries over combat dress of police, paramilitary

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Health authorities expect coronavirus spread on US soil

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American health authorities said Tuesday they ultimately expect the novel coronavirus to spread in the United States and are urging local governments, businesses, and schools to develop plans like canceling mass gatherings or switching to teleworking. The comments mark a significant escalation in the level of threat being conveyed to the US public and come amid fears of a pandemic, as the disease has taken root in several countries outside China, including Iran, Italy, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. COVID-19 has killed more than 2,600 people and infected almost 80,000 others, mainly in China. There are so far 53 recorded cases in the United States. "Ultimately, we expect we will see community spread in this country," said Nancy Messonnier, a senior official with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "It's not so much a question of if this will happen anymore, but rather more a question of exactly when this will happen, and how many people in this ...
                 

Efforts on to set up new medical colleges in UP: Adityanath

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday told the Legislative Council that efforts were on to set up new medical colleges in different districts of the state. Replying to a supplementary question during the question hour, Adityanath said from 1947 to 2016, the state had only 12 medical colleges. After 2016 till now, 29 new medical colleges have either been set up or are under the process of bring setup, he said. "This is a big achievement. It is the effort of the government that all 75 districts have one medical college each." The government is also thinking of getting the students doing their MBBS from the state to sign bonds under which they will have to give their services in the rural areas, the chief minister said. In bid to address the shortage of doctors admission process was completed in seven new medical colleges, he said...
                 

Public reaction to CAA 'expected', angst will grow if govt doesn't realise mistake: Amarinder Singh

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Rise above politics to restore order: Amit Shah

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Coronavirus outbreak: Temasek to freeze salary, cut bonuses for a year

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Vodafone Idea, Bharti Airtel losses were gains for Jio and BSNL in December

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Deloitte India makes presentation to telecom department on AGR dues

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CAA didn't figure in Trump-Modi talks; religious harmony discussed in positive way: FS

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How India visit could benefit Donald Trump

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Violence in Delhi during Trump’s visit conspiracy to dent India’s image: VHP

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Coronavirus outbreak: Trade, travel must not be curbed during emergency, says WHO chief scientist

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Delhi CM requests for more force from Centre, meets officials to discuss measures to restore peace

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Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday requested Union Home Minister Amit Shah to increase police force in violence-affected areas in northeast Delhi and held a meeting with AAP MLAs and officials to discuss measures to restore peace. The chief minister, accompanied by his deputy Manish Sisodia, other ministers and party MLAs, visited Mahatma Gandhi's memorial Rajghat to pray for peace in Delhi. He also requested the people to maintain calm and peace. Earlier, attending an all-party meeting convened by Shah, Kejriwal requested that police force be increased in affected areas and powers be given to it to take necessary action to contain violence. He also visited the family of Delhi Police Head Constable Ratan Lal who was killed in violence on Monday. The chief minister faced protests as a crowd gathered outside Lal's house in Burari and raised slogans asking him to go back. "Violence can solve nothing. The people of Delhi should maintain calm and peace," Kejriwal urged on more than ...
                 

Assam govt may present sop-filled budget ahead of assembly polls

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Delhi violence: Editors Guild asks cops, Home Ministry to ensure media is not attacked

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Swine flu hits Supreme Court: Five judges diagnosed with virus, CJI issues directions

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Centre proposes draft rules on battery waste management, seeks suggestions from public

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The Centre on Tuesday proposed draft rules on battery waste management directing manufacturers and importers to ensure that used batteries are collected back against the new ones they sell and environment is not harmed during their transportation. In its draft notification, Battery Waste Management Rules 2020, the Ministry of Environment has given 60 days to public to make objection or suggestion to the rules after which the government will bring the notification into effect. There are four chapters in the notification which are divided into eight rules. The rules fix the responsibilities of manufacturer, importer, assembler and re-conditioner. "It shall be the responsibility of a manufacturer, importer, assembler and re- conditioner to ensure that the used batteries are collected back as per the schedule against new batteries sold excluding those sold to original equipment manufacturer and bulk consumer(s)," the ministry notification said. It shall be their responsibility to "ensure ...
                 

Trump and First Lady Melania relishes Bukhara's naan and shikandari raan

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US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania relished 'naan' and 'sikandari raan', a non-vegetarian dish, at the Bukhara restaurant of ITC Maurya Hotel, where the couple stayed during their visit to the national capital, sources said. Trump's daughter Ivanka and his son-in-law Jared Kushner were also at the Bukhara, they added. Sources said the president and the first lady liked 'naan' and 'Sikandari Raan', which were key features of the over four-decades-old restaurant's menu. The hotel, however, remain tight-lipped. The entire hotel was booked for the US delegation accompanying Trump. The president stayed in the Grand Presidential Suite of the five-star property, which has hosted his predecessor Barack Obama and other US presidents like George W Bush and Bill Clinton. Trump, who was on his maiden visit to India, landed in the national capital on the evening of February 24 after attending the 'Namaste Trump' event in Ahmedabad and visiting the Taj Mahal in Agra. The hotel was .....
                 

PIL against Char Dham Act: HC issues notice to Uttarakhand

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Northeast Delhi turns into a war zone: Toll mounts to 13, over 200 injured

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CAA is up to India. I hope it’ll take the right decision for its people: President Trump

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Gross credit offtake may see a 200-300 bps rise in FY21, says CRISIL

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Prognostications about the US elections

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PM Modi trying to capture Ram temple: MP minister

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Ashok Gehlot seeks cap on court fee for civil defamation

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US upbeat on Taliban peace, warns Afghan leaders

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The United States voiced optimism Tuesday about reaching an accord to end the war in Afghanistan as a partial truce held with the Taliban, warning rival leaders in the Kabul government not to scuttle the "enormous opportunity." The United States plans to sign an agreement with the Taliban on Saturday in Qatar if the week-long truce holds. Four days in, the number of Taliban attacks has fallen dramatically. "So far the reduction in violence is working -- imperfect, but it's working," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told a news conference in Washington. "We're on the cusp of an enormous, enormous political opportunity," he said. The historic deal would see the US withdraw thousands of troops, winding down America's longest war which was launched after the September 11, 2001 attacks but has grown increasingly unpopular at home. The Taliban would then open negotiations with the internationally recognized government in Kabul, which the Islamist militants have refused to recognize. But the ...
                 

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India, US finalise defence deals worth $3 billion

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'Salute to martyr families' campaign launched in Uttarakhand for War Memorial

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Delhi violence: Congress asks PM Modi, CM Kejriwal to shed differences, Left slams BJP

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Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria: ‘Balakot strike redefined use of air power towards meeting national objective’

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Freed from Pakistani jail, exiled Asia Bibi dreams of home

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Asia Bibi, the Pakistani Christian who spent eight years on death row on blasphemy charges, spoke Tuesday of trying to make a new life in a strange country and her dreams of returning home. While safe in Canada, which granted her a one-year stay after she was freed from jail, she has yet to taste true freedom. "Well, I haven't visited Canada yet. I have stayed at home, mostly... I don't go out much and basically it is because of the cold and the snow," the 48-year-old told AFP in an interview in Paris, speaking in Urdu through an English translator. Bibi was in France to promote her book "Enfin Libre!" (Finally Free!) co-written with French journalist Anne-Isabelle Tollet. She does not speak either of Canada's official languages, English or French, and is largely illiterate. She misses her sisters, brother, father and in-laws back home. But most of all having "four (distinct) seasons, my culture and my food!" Bibi said she was hopeful things would change to allow her and her family --..
                 

New-age sat Gisat-1 that can constantly watch India to be launched on March 5

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JSW Steel's $2.7-billion buy of Bhushan Power & Steel faces legal test

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Unnao rape convict Kuldeep Singh Sengar disqualified from UP House

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Simplex Projects case: Bank of Baroda moves SC against Calcutta HC's order

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No clarity on Wuhan evacuation yet

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India and the US inked two bilateral pacts for mental and emotional wellbeing

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Decked-up Rashtrapati Bhavan hosts the Trumps

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Hospital care in a purse: A $3 solution for rural mothers

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