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Jamia Students Call off Lockdown Against Citizenship Act; Univ Announces Vacation Till Jan 5

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Bayern Munich's Sarpreet Becomes Bundesliga's 1st Indian-Origin Player

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EdgeVerve's bet on automation segment helps fuel high growth rate

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Railways to float global tender for Train 18; Siemens, BHEL part of bidding

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A day after being attacked by RCP Singh, Prashant Kishor calls on Nitish in Patna

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5 pose as CBI officers to ‘kidnap’ two men, held

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Initial China trade deal defuses tensions, but US still has concerns

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Jaipur: 10-year-old ‘kills’ classmate after arguing over pen

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Government extends FASTag deadline by a month

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Lara Feels Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma Can Break His 400-Run Test Record

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Italy's 'Sardines' pack Rome for anti far-right rally

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Tens of thousands of members of Italy's youth-driven Sardine Movement on Saturday rallied in Rome, as part of their campaign to battle xenophobia and shake up the country's politics. The "Sardines" have become a symbol of protest against far-right firebrand leader Matteo Salvini, who served as interior minister and deputy prime minister in Italy's previous coalition government and cracked down on immigration. In Rome's immense San Giovanni Square, retiree Roberto Piperno was among those joining the crowd, which sang the anti-fascist anthem Bella Ciao, a staple of the movement's demonstrations. He turned out because he did not want to see "hatred propagated" and to do nothing would make him "ashamed to be Italian", he said. Taking aim at "populism", 32-year-old Mattia Santori, a founder of the movement, told the crowd the idea was to "bring out a new energy through a much freer and more spontaneous form" than a traditional political party "that will not be hierarchical" but would .....
                 

International drugs cartel busted, 9 held: Narcotics bureau

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In village of Unnao rape victim, girls ‘waiting to get out’

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India among top 10 nations on climate change performance: Report

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‘Our system is such that it is controlled either by PM or CMs. If the CM has interest, things will be done’

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Adani Transmission wins project to develop a 400 kV substation in Mumbai

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Govt's move to cap commission at 10% will put us out of business: Cab firms

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In India, children often inherit crime, says Justice Chandrachud

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GSK seeks licence to market baby-friendly HIV drug dolutegravir

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Fighting rages near Libya's capital in push by rebel army

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Just two days after rebel Libyan commander Khalifa Hifter declared a final" and decisive battle for the capital Tripoli, heavy fighting raged for a 24-hour period between his troops and militias loosely allied with the internationally backed government based in the city, officials said Saturday. The fighting came after Hifter, the leader of the self-styled Libyan National Army, said Thursday that the zero hour of his battle for Tripoli had begun, nearly eight months after he began an offensive to take the city from the country's Government of National accord supported by the UN. The LNA's media office shared images of reinforcements arriving in Tripoli, including ground troops and pickup trucks with mounted machine guns and of clashes in southern parts of the city. Hifter's forces took control of the town of al-Tawghaar, just south of Tripoli, the LNA said. But Tripoli-based forces disputed that claim. The fighting has threatened to plunge Libya into another bout of violence rivaling ...
                 

Ahmedabad: Amul increases prices of milk by Rs 2 per litre

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Protesting J&K HC lawyers set to resume work from Wednesday

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Britain's Johnson vows to repay trust of opposition voters

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed Saturday to repay the trust of former opposition voters who gave his Conservatives a mandate to take Britain out of the European Union next month. Johnson toured a leftist bastion once represented by former Labour leader Tony Blair in a bid to show his intent to unite country after years of divisions over Brexit. The northeastern region fell to the Tories in a general election Thursday that turned into a re-run of the 2016 EU membership referendum in which Johnson championed the Brexit cause. Johnson told cheering campaigners that he understood how difficult it was for traditional Labour voters to switch sides and back his right-wing government in Britain's biggest election in generations. "I can imagine people's pencil's hovering over the ballot paper and wavering before coming down for us and the Conservatives," he said. "And I want the people of the northeast to know that we in the Conservative party -- and I -- will repay your trust." The working..
                 

In this disinvestment environment, expecting radical improvement in Air India impractical: CMD

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As the central government is planning to invite bids for Air India soon, its CMD said on Saturday that expecting a radical improvement in the airline bordering on a turnaround is an impractical thought "in this environment of disinvestment". In a Facebook post, Air India Chairman and Managing Director Ashwani Lohani said, "Air India needs to survive till it is sold." "I wonder why is it so difficult for this appreciation to sink in and also that in this environment of disinvestment, expecting a radical improvement bordering on a turnaround is an impractical thought. That output can be given sans inputs is a grossly impractical thought," he added. Air India's net loss in 2018-19 was around Rs 8,556 crore. Lohani said: "Air Indians are indeed putting in their best even at this critical juncture and that is very very appreciable." On Dec 5, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri had told Parliament that the preparation of Preliminary Information Memorandum (PIM) for inviting .....
                 

Told to end affair, UP girl sets self on fire: official

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December 16: Seven years to gangrape that convulsed the nation

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Pakistan, World Bank ink Khyber Pass economic agreement worth $406 mn

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People vs citizenship

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US antitrust enforcers examining Google's conduct in shopping comparison

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No attempt to introduce AI in decision-making process, says CJI Bobde

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HIVEC is next big step to prevent recurrence in superficial bladder cancer

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Trump to go to Army-Navy football game for 2nd year in a row

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For the second year in a row, President Donald Trump booked the annual Army-Navy football game on his schedule. Saturday's game in Philadelphia is the 120th meeting between the two service academies and holds a singular place on the sports calendar. The 2019 matchup most likely will feature a lot of rain in addition to a heaping of tradition and salutes to service. Trump, who also was at the game in 2016 as president-elect, is the 10th commander in chief to attend the contest. In 2016, Army snapped Navy's 14-game winning streak and has now won three years in a row. But the Midshipmen entered Saturday's game as a significant favorite. At 9-2, they rank 23rd in the nation while Army's Black Knights had a 5-7 record. Traditionally, the president does not root for one academy over the other and changes sides at halftime, watching part of the game with Army fans and the other half with Navy supporters. Defense Secretary Mark Esper and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark .....
                 

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Govt set to develop organic farming corridor along Ganga to arrest pollution

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Ravi Shastri Concerned About MS Dhoni's Fitness Ahead Of T20 World Cup

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Two held for cheating people on pretext of online investment

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Two Jharkhand-based man were arrested for allegedly cheating people on the pretext of investing their money in an online share market trading company, police said on Saturday. Vijay Masih (41) and Mohammed Abutalif Mansuri (27), both residents of Ranchi, cheated people after promising them to get their money doubled, the police said. A complaint in this regard was lodged in May at Neb Sarai police station here. The victim alleged that the accused asked him to invest in an online share market trading company, promising an assured return of 12 to 17 per cent per month. He also promised to get his money doubled. The complainant gave him a total of Rs 22 lakh to invest, they said. Initially, the accused gave him some amount as interest, but stopped after two months. They also shut their Noida office. "During investigation, it was found that the accused have collected money from different people in the name of online investment. They were traced in a luxury hotel on Thursday and were .....
                 

TMC’s Mahua Moitra calls for counter to ‘hyper-nationalism’, RSS thinker calls it western concept

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Leicester's Winning Run Ends With Draw Against Norwich

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Indian delegation leaves for Australia to attend consumer protection summit

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Congress was a unit of people with different ideologies, says Naidu

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Dan Gosling's Late Strike Stuns Chelsea At Stamford Bridge

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Stanford's SEED programme training entrepreneurs to end global poverty

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