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Weekly stock picks by Religare Broking: Buy Infosys, Voltas, Cipla, L&TFH

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Stock recommendations from HDFC Sec: Buy Alkem Labs, CreditAccess Grameen

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Stock picks by Vaishali Parekh of Prabhudas Lilladher: Buy IRCTC, IGL

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Punjab: 71 students of sealed Longowal school moved to govt schools

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‘How Could Colleges Do all That Extortion?’ Kiran Bedi Slams Puducherry CM on Medical Admissions Probe

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2020 Hyundai i20 Breaks Cover; Gets New Tech, Bolder Design

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Chanda Kochhar's plea against sacking has no legal ground: ICICI Bank to HC

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Today's picks: Hero to Tata Motors, hot stocks to watch on Wednesday

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Sop withdrawal by US may not hit exports hard

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‘We’re not treated very well by India’: Donald Trump indicates no major trade deal on card during Delhi visit

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Custody battle: Supreme Court says child is always the loser

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Willing to talk to Mumbai Bagh protesters, says BJP

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BJP president Amit Shah last week said he would 'give time within three days' to those wanting to discuss the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) issue with him. Taking a cue, on Monday evening, Mumbai BJP vice president Haji Hyder Azam wrote to the protesters of Mumbai Bagh requesting an audience with them to 'understand their issues' so that 'a solution can be found.' Last Sunday, protesters at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi marched towards Shah's residence — an act of taking him up on his word of being open to discussing the CAA issue. However, they were stopped by police citing security reasons. Haji Hyder Azam Activist Feroz Mithiborwala, core committee member of Hum Bharat Ke Log, who has been at the forefront with the women of Mumbai Bagh for the past 20 days said that he would engage if approached by the BJP for a dialogue. Mithiborwala received and signed the letter sent by Azam on behalf of the protesters on Monday. "We have received a letter which says that they (BJP) would like ..
                 

Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE: 2,000 Dead in China; Passengers Leave Japan Cruise Ship as Quarantine Period Ends

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19-year-old dies after falling in open drain in Mumbai

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Anti-CAA stir: Cops tried to cover up excesses, says HC

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Trump visit: Areas near Taj get facelift but will it be maintained, ask locals

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Coronavirus fallout: Hope India reviews travel curbs, resumes normal trade, says China

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Mumbai: Amarsons Garden in a stink thanks to Coastal Road work

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After enraging green activists, the Rs 12,000-crore Coastal Road project is raising a stink and has become a breeding ground for mosquitoes. Accumulated water, possibly from sewage pipes, has formed a dirty pool at the construction site near Amarsons Garden, Breach Candy and residents going for morning and evening walks have had to face the brunt. Residents claim that water being let out into the sea via sewage lines is getting stuck due to reclamation work. Chief engineer of Coastal Road department, Vijay Nigot, said, "The issue is not because of the Coastal Road work." He claimed that the problem comes under the purview of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) Sewerage Operation Department. A resident who regularly walks at Amarsons Gardens, said on condition of anonymity, "We have been facing this problem for a month. We have complained to the BMC several times. Walks have become unpleasant due to the stench and the problem of mosquitoes has gotten worse. The nuisance must be ..
                 

MHA Says It Has No Info But K'taka Home Minister Claims He Has Details of 'Tukde-tukde' Gang

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IAF men save woman's life by airlifting her from Kishtwar to Jammu

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RPF busts e-ticketing racket, 60 held

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Four senior judges out soon, focus on Bombay HC’s next CJ

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Mehbooba Mufti daughter hits out at govt attitude

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Happiness of people an important leg of USD 5 trillion economy goal: Piyush Goyal

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Chairing the BioAsia 2020 CEO Conclave in Hyderabad, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said that the goal of USD 5 trillion economy needs to have the happiness of the people at its core."The USD 5 trillion economy also has as its leg, a very important component of happiness of the people of India. One must recognize there are several dimensions to India. The power of India is defined as the power of democracy, demography, talent, leadership, and opportunity," Goyal said at the event moderated by Telangana IT Minister KT Rama Rao."The speed in which India is offering intellectual property protection has significantly been ramped up. We are looking to ensure that our applications get cleared faster than anywhere else in the world," he added.The Union Minister further urged the states to work together with the Centre for timely resolving the issues faced by the entrepreneurs.Speaking about price controls in India, Goyal said, "Price control has worked immensely in India. Looking at two of the ...
                 

Uttar Pradesh govt provides Rs 2,000 crore for new airport at Jewar

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Lockdown to national anthem, how students spent week in Wuhan amid virus outbreak

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Supreme Court reserves judgment in Devendra Fadnavis poll affidavit case

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Prashant Kishor floats initiative for ‘alternative’ politics in Bihar

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Gangster on wanted list dead in Meerut shootout

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UP Budget: Rs 2,000 crore for airport in Jewar, Rs 500 crore for one in Ayodhya

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25 broken CCTVs in Jamia’s Rs 2.66-crore damage bill to HRD

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Quarantined but not isolated, say those leaving ITBP facility

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Harayana CM to present state budget on February 28

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No Justice for Victims of Samjhauta Express Blast Since 13 Years, Says Pakistan

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UCL: Haaland Shines As Borussia Dortmund Beat PSG In First Leg

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Best of BS Opinion: Enmeshing of social and economic undercurrents

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Three terrorists killed in J&K's Pulwama

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Ailing Amar Singh regrets ‘bitter invectives’ against Big B

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J&K: Three militants killed in encounter with security forces in Pulwama

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Bombay HC judge’s order forged to grab bank deposits, case filed

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127 'Illegal Immigrants' in Hyd Served Notices, Aadhaar Authority Clarifies it's Got Nothing to Do with Citizenship

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'Not Treated Very Well by India': Dissatisfied Over Trade Ties, Trump's Visit Next Week May See No Major Deal

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10 senior Afghan police officers undergo training at CDTI in Ghaziabad

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A team of 10 senior Afghan National Police officers are undergoing training at Central Detective Training Institute (CDTI) in Ghaziabad as part of trilateral cooperation between India, Afghanistan and China, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Tuesday.The capacity building programme, which commenced on Monday is specially focussed on the various aspects of Community Policing, the MEA said in a statement."Under the trilateral cooperation between India, Afghanistan and China, a capacity building programme for a team of 10 senior Afghan National Police officers started in India on February 17, 2020 at Central Detective Training Institute (CDTI), Ghaziabad," the statement read.The programme is aimed at further strengthening India and China collaboration on Afghanistan.A similar joint programme for Afghan diplomats was held at Foreign Service Institute in November 2019, the statement said...
                 

Fingers crossed on Donald Trump visit: Public diplomacy vs trade deal

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Mumbai: Registered 'directors' of phishing centre live in Borivli, Virar chawls

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The residences of directors of Stage Door Communication Private Limited (SDCPL), the Thane-based fake call centre busted by mid-day and being probed by Solapur police for duping a trio of Rs 11.13 lakh, were traced to Borvili and Virar. mid-day found Ganesh Tiruvalli and Ganesh Manjarekar's homes in chawls in the two suburbs. Manjarekar's residence is in Kolapate chawl at Aliyavar Jung Marg in Kajupada area of Borivli East. He was not at home when mid-day visited him at 12.30 pm on Tuesday. His mother invited mid-day insider. "My son works at a builder's office but I don't have any information about his job profile. My husband died 20 years ago and my son is still struggling. He leaves early from home every day and returns late at night. I don't know if he is running a fake call centre," she said. Ganesh Manjarekar's Borivli East residence. Pic/Nimesh Dave When the woman called Manjarekar, and told him that a 'reporter has come home', Manjarekar got angry and instructed his mother to n..
                 

Escalator malfunction at Andheri station could have led to a stampede, says commuter

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After an escalator at the crowded Andheri station malfunctioned on Monday evening, moving in reverse and causing panic, the WR on Tuesday said that it had found issues with 17 other escalators on the western line and was working on fixing them. The escalator at the Churchgate end of Andheri's platform 3 moving upwards suddenly went into reverse mode on Monday, injuring one passenger in the ensuing panic. Western Railway officials acknowledged the problem but said that the reverse motion stopped immediately. They also mentioned that 17 such escalators have been identified at different railway stations and they were being fixed on priority. "The escalator on Andheri station platform no. 3 is a faulty one. Suddenly it started to move in the reverse direction injuring many people. The Railways should take strict action against the maintenance department," said commuter and IT professional, Amey Save, who was the first to tweet about the incident on Monday evening. He further said that the..
                 

Congress workers distribute beef curry in front of police station in Kerala's Kozhikode

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Amid reports of beef being dropped from the menu for state police trainees in Kerala, the Congress workers distributed beef curry and bread in front of the Mukkam police station in Kozhikode on Tuesday.The distribution of beef curry and bread was initiated by Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) general secretary Advocate K Praveen Kumar."This is a clear sign of Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan's Sangh leanings. He met Modi immediately after taking oath as CM and by understanding with BJP he appointed Loknath Behra as Director General of Police. Behra had given a clean chit to Modi and Amit Shah earlier in Gujarat riot case. Now Behra is implementing Sangh agendas by the admittance of Pinarayi. Congress will expose Pinarayi's double stand all over the state," Kumar told reporters here.However, earlier this week the Kerala police department said that reports of beef being omitted from the menu prescribed for the newly trained police batch are baseless.The clarification came after a .....
                 

Kerala teachers sent on leave for distributing pamphlets with Goddess Saraswati picture, Om symbol on it

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Two teachers of a government school have been sent on leave by the school administration after receiving complaints from the parents over their children being given prayer pamphlets with religious figures and symbols on them.Pushpakumari, the Headmistress of Azhikode government UP school, however, said that the issue has been resolved."As part of improving public education various workshops on Science, communicative English and Mathematics were conducted in school. In one such workshop, the person who took a class on Math gave away printed pamphlets to students. Two teachers who were in charge failed to notice that it contained religious symbols like OM and pictures of Hindu gods. A Math prayer written by one of the teachers was also included in the booklet," Pushpakumari told ANI here.Pamphlets with pictures of Goddess Saraswati, Lord Ayyappa and Om symbol, had been distributed to students by the teachers."Some parents complained about the use of religious figures in the pamphlets. A..
                 

Hubbali sedition case: Oppn questions police flip-flop

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Random rumination on hate

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Ladka Punjabi hai. Par hai kaafi padha-likha (The boy is Punjabi. But he's rather well-read)," said the Philadephia-based psychoanalyst Salman Akhtar, of a conversation he was having with his aunt, about a boy who was getting married into their family. Salman, for those who might not know, is writer Javed Akhtar's Indian-American brother. At a talk I attended of his many years ago, he was explaining the difference between bias, and prejudice. "Punjabi; par padha-likha," is a bias. Which, he said, is an inevitable human trait. You can't escape it. That the bias had no bearing on the aunt accepting the boy into the family, showed lack of prejudice. What's the distance between bias and prejudice, exactly? Presuming it's hard to measure. That we're naturally inclined towards relishing/believing the worst about people is something you can gauge from an endless human delight/appetite for gossip — mostly about folk we hardly know. What's the more public, modern equivalent of a gossip-mo..
                 

Lanka Dinakar slams Owaisi for 'creating confusion by clubbing CAA, NPR with NRC'

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BJP leader Lanka Dinakar slammed AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi for "creating confusion among the public by clubbing CAA, NPR and NRC even though there is no NRC in Andhra Pradesh and other parts of the country except Assam.""AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi came to Vijayawada today to spit venom on the Citizenship Amendment Act, NPR and tried his level best to provoke a particular section of the people and creating confusion among the general public by clubbing together CAA, NPR and NRC though there is no NRC in Andhra Pradesh and other parts of our country other than Assam," Dinakar's statement on Tuesday read.The BJP leader said that although Owaisi, is an MP in the Lok Sabha, he "is speaking like a layman on the CAA, the enactment which was duly passed in the Parliament and it is the rightful obligation on the part of every state in the country to implement it."Dinakar said that the AIMIM chief is trying to convince the YSR Congress Party government in Andhra Pradesh to not .....
                 

Was saffron terror plot combined project of Congress and ISI, says BJP

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MP: Proposal to send Priyanka Gandhi to RS puts Digvijaya, Scindia’s claims in a spot

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Election Commission holds meet with Law Ministry, talks electoral reforms

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Godman wanted for ‘cheating’ in Vadodara booked for ‘criminally intimidating’ woman

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Focus on growth intact, will not let NBFCs collapse: RBI Governor

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Voter list of 4 yrs, land records… 15 documents can’t prove citizenship

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Mumbai Diary: Wednesday Dossier

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Papa kehte hain... err pda kartein hain Should be the background song playing as Jackie Shroff behaves like papa bear on spotting son Tiger's picture at a calendar launch at Khar on Tuesday. Pic/Satej Shinde Moda Goa to open in October Wendell Rodricks was known for more than just his designs — his warmth, hospitality and dedication to see things through. And since he shifted to Goa, his focus has been on reviving the culture and tradition of his home state. One such project is the Moda Goa Museum, which was due to open doors on March 27. On display will be over 800 artefacts dating from the 7th century AD to the present time, including statues, furniture and photographs besides costumes, jewellery and accessories. Following Rodricks's untimely death last week, there has been much concern about the fate of the museum. But the late designer's husband, Jerome Marrel, made it official with a social media post that the museum will open doors on October 19, the day the two met 37 yea..
                 

News18 Daybreak | J&K Panchayat Bypolls, Scheduled Next Month and Other Stories You Need to Watch Out For

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MARKET LIVE: SGX Nifty suggests a flat to positive start for Sensex, Nifty

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Secretary to President is new CVC; Congress dissents on process

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'No, ma. Not tailor. I'm going to be a designer'

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"His fashion was like the cool breeze," says Tarun Tahiliani in what could be a poetic eulogy to India's masterful couturier, the late Wendell Rodricks who passed on last week at his home in Goa. In a three-decade-long career of designing, Rodricks rarely stopped innovating. He was known to challenge the conventions of Indian fashion and tailoring rules to give a chance to conceptual and imaginative possibilities. It was his touchstone. Rodricks learned fashion in Los Angeles and Paris. After designing for Garden Vareli, Lakmé and DeBeers, Rodricks established his own label in 1989 with a show at the Regal Room of the Oberoi Hotel in Mumbai. A collection of 12 ensembles had only six complete outfits. He didn't have the funds to make the remaining six "bottoms" that would be paired with the organza tunics. Funding footwear for the models was out of the question. So he sent his models down the ramp, barefeet. When each of the first six models returned back into the wings, they hur..
                 

3 Militants Killed in Gunfight With Security Forces in J&K’s Pulwama

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An Abandoned Ghost Shop Missing for over a Year Washes onto Ireland's Coast

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Salman Khurshid takes part in anti-CAA protest at Jamia

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Congress leader Salman Khurshid on Tuesday took part in the anti-CAA, NRC, and NPR protests being held at Jamia gate number seven on Tuesday night."I come here regularly, it has now been more than two months but the government is yet to respond to this protest," Khurshid told reporters on Tuesday.The senior Congress leader welcomed the Supreme Court's move to appoint interlocutors to hold talks with the protesters at Shaheen Bagh."The move by Supreme Court to hold dialogues is very necessary, all solutions can come out of holding talks. I wish that a solution comes out soon," he said.Speaking about the upcoming visit of American President Donald Trump, Khurshid said that it is strange that the Gujarat government is building walls to "hide the reality of the state of affairs" ahead of the visit and added, "the truth will come out...
                 

35 people evacuated from coronavirus-hit China return to Andhra Pradesh after quarantine ends

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35 people hailing from Andhra Pradesh, who were evacuated from the coronavirus-hit Chinese city of Wuhan, returned to their state on Tuesday after being discharged from a quarantine facility in New Delhi.They had arrived in New Delhi on special Air India flights which were sent to Wuhan as part of the evacuation operations conducted by the Indian government earlier this year.As many as 640 Indians and 7 Maldivians were evacuated from the Chinese city in two separate operations. Immediately upon their return to New Delhi, all 647 evacuees had been sent to quarantine facilities managed by Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and the Army in the national capital.Of these 640 Indians, 35, who were from the north Andhra region, arrived at Visakhapatnam airport on Tuesday after their 14-day quarantine period ended.State Nodal Officer Rambabu said that 20 of these 35 people hail from Visakhapatnam. He said that these evacuees were discharged after reports for multiple tests conducted during .....
                 

‘Visa of British MP Debbie Abrahams revoked as she was involved in anti-India activities’

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Green cover has to be protected, says top court

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Mumbai traffic police issues notices to Swiggy, Zomato, Domino's; says no lightning deliveries

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Unable to rein in rash riders delivering food across the city, the Mumbai Traffic police have now written to various food aggregators, including Zomato and Swiggy, to step in and stop the nuisance. The riders, routinely found violating traffic regulations because of time targets, were initially fined by the traffic cops but that failed to be a deterrent. The police have now urged aggregators to discourage delivery executives from speeding. Madhukar Pandey, joint commissioner of police (traffic) said that on an average, the traffic police apprehend around 30 food delivery drivers every day over traffic violations. He pointed out that after trying other options like fining them and organising training sessions for drivers to sensitise them, they realised that the problem was also due to policies of the food aggregator companies. "No matter how much action you take, they are expected by the software to reach a particular place within a certain amount of time. So we have written to the co..