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ArcelorMittal set to close Rs 42,000-cr Essar Steel deal next week

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Amneal Pharma beats Dr Reddy's in launching limited-competition drug

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India's exports fall for 4th straight month, imports for 6th, in November

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NRC buzz triggers advisories, videos: Get IDs ready

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US-China trade deal hopes propel markets, Sensex reclaims 41,000-mark

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Indian airlines set for $600-million loss in FY20, says CAPA report

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Assam was setting stage for Abe visit, dates deferred

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Mamata calls for protest, TMC says govt embarrassing country across world

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AIADMK draws flak over CAB, DMK calls statewide stir on Dec 17

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More petitions against new law filed in Supreme Court

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West Bengal: 2 BJP leaders allege their vehicles vandalised by miscreants

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West Bengal BJP general secretary Sayantan Basu and BJP Kanthi (East Midnapur) president Anup Chakraborty have alleged that their cars were vandalised by miscreants while they were enroute to Bhupatinagar Police Station on Friday.Later, BJP leaders and workers started agitation against the attack on National Highway 116B at Nandakumar."Our workers were attacked and vehicles were torched. The worst thing has happened to us today. We want proper investigation in the case. If the accused are not arrested, we will block the NH tomorrow," Basu said.Basu also alleged that TMC party members are involved in the incident. Kaniska Panda, TMC General Secretary East Midnapur, said that Bose has made baseless allegations."The TMC is not involved in this but we know wherever Bose goes he creates tensions. He went to Bhupatinagar Police Station and created an unwanted mess to get the limelight. It is BJP's culture," Panda said adding that TMC has no connection with the incident.The incident comes .....
                 

AI puts final notes on Beethoven's Tenth Symphony

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A few notes scribbled in his notebook are all that German composer Ludwig van Beethoven left of his Tenth Symphony before his death in 1827. Now, a team of musicologists and programmers is racing to complete a version of the piece using artificial intelligence, ahead of the 250th anniversary of his birth next year. "The progress has been impressive, even if the computer still has a lot to learn," said Christine Siegert, head of archives at Beethoven House in the composer's hometown of Bonn. Siegert said she was "convinced" that Beethoven would have approved since he too was an innovator at the time, citing his compositions for the panharmonicon -- a type of organ that reproduces the sounds of wind and percussion instruments. And she insisted the work would not affect his legacy because it would never be regarded as part of his oeuvre. The final result of the project will be performed by a full orchestra on April 28 next year in Bonn, a centrepiece of celebrations for a composer who .....
                 

Amit Shah cancels visit to Meghalaya, Arunachal

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Andhra Pradesh to make list of sexual offenders public

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42 Jamia students detained briefly during anti-CAB protest

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Forty-two students of Jamia Millia Islamia University were detained and later released while 12 policemen were injured after police stopped students from marching to Parliament House to protest against the amended Citizenship Act, officials said on Friday. The police used tear gas and force to disperse the agitators, officials said. The protesters were persuaded to protest peacefully at the university and requested to not march towards New Delhi area. However, they got agitated and aggressively confronted the police personnel, a senior police officer said. They broke barricades and indulged in stonepelting at police personnel, which also caused damage to vehicles parked there. Police had to lob tear gas shells and use of limited force to disperse the protesters, police said. Total 42 protesters were detained and subsequently released. In this incident, 12 police personnel were injured and two of them with relatively serious injuries are under observation in ICU, the officer .....
                 

Media, entertainment are primordial human emotions: author Amit Khanna

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Noted journalist and author Amit Khanna feels that media and entertainment are the primordial human emotions, while sharing the gist of his book -- Words Sounds Images"We have discovered that media and entertainment are primordial human emotions. When the people were hunters and gatherers, there were only two things to do. One was to hunt or gather food and the other was to kill the boredom," added Khanna.The book launch was followed by a panel discussion consisting of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) chairperson Prasoon Joshi, ANI Editor Smita Prakash, India TV Editor-In-Chief Rajat Sharma, NDTV co-founder Prannoy Roy, and Star India chairman Uday Shankar.Khanna said that everything we do in life is either because of fear or boredom. "90 per cent of the information in the book is either firsthand, from close friends, or distilled from several sources ... It is also mentioned in the book how language evolved. It evolved from imitating birds and other animal calls," he .....
                 

September 2018 order not the last: SC on Sabarimala case

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Economic Offences Wing files FIR in MP housing society ‘fraud’

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India's crumbling cities: Bengaluru Metro eased traffic but problems remain

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States have no powers to reject Citizenship Act: Home Ministry official

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Due lessons not learnt from Kargil conflict, says former Army chief

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Negative real interest rate no cause for concern, says economists

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New intraday liquidity window for NEFT settlement from Monday, says RBI

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Ganga Council meet today, River Cities, dolphins on the agenda

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Will get Brexit done on time by January 31, says UK PM Boris Johnson

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Porsche's bet: Rich Indians will show off EVs to boost their street cred

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Pragya’s privilege complaint against Rahul Gandhi sent to panel

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RedBus riding on untapped road transport corporations to drive growth

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In a first, regulator hikes prices of essential drugs

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PMO, FinMin to hold Budget 2020 meetings to discuss ideas to boost economy

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K Madhavan is Star-Disney India head, Uday Shankar to oversee Hotstar

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UN human rights official says Citizenship law is fundamentally discriminatory

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India a safe haven for minorities: Maldives Speaker

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Baghpat rape victim testifies: ‘If am afraid of threats, how will I support my daughter when she needs me?’

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Puducherry power tussle: Madras HC reserves verdict on appeals of Centre, Kiran Bedi

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The Madras High Court on Friday reserved its order on the appeals moved by the Centre and Puducherry L-G Kiran Bedi challenging an earlier order stating that she has no power to interfere in the day-to-day affairs of the Union territory's government. Recording the final arguments put forth by all the parties, the first bench of Chief Justice A P Sahi and Justice Subramonium Prasad said they are reserving the order. Additional Solicitor General of India Aman Lekhi, senior advocates Arvind Datar and A L Somayaji appeared for the central government and Bedi. Original petitioner Puducherry legislator K Lakshminarayanan was represented by senior advocates G Masilamani and V T Gopalan. The issue pertains to a plea moved by Lakshminarayanan of the Congress party challenging the communications from the Union Home Ministry vesting powers on the lieutenant governor. In his petition, he cited instances of interference in the government's day-to-day affairs by the lieutenant governor, including ....
                 

One held for ‘rape’, murder of 2 minors in Jharkhand

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Hyderabad gangrape-murder: State govt won’t file FIR against police personnel involved in encounter

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Thunberg calls for 'fight for tomorrow' at Italy protest

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Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg on Friday asked young people to fight for their future in the next decade, as she joined a demonstration in the northern Italian city of Turin. "Adults are behaving as if there's no tomorrow," Thunberg told young protesters at a Fridays for Future demonstration, the global movement inspired by her activism. "But there's a tomorrow. We have to fight for that tomorrow as if our lives depend on that, because they do." Thunberg traveled to Turin in an electric car after attending the COP25 climate conference in Madrid, where she had given a speech accusing world governments of "creative PR" over their climate change stances. The 16-year-old, who this week became the youngest person to be named Time magazine's Person of the Year, warned that the decade that is about to start will be the one that "will define our future," and will have a key impact over the rest of our lives. "For sure her tenacity, her determination, is an example to everybody..
                 

Three men sent to police custody for attacking home guard jawans

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Three men arrested for attacking two home guard jawans in Himachal Pradesh's Kullu district have been sent to five-day police custody. The accused -- Sandeep, Aakash and Karan -- were produced before a Kullu court on Friday, which remanded them in police custody till December 17, Kullu Superintendent of Police Gaurav Singh said. The four men had allegedly attacked the home guard jawans with a country-made pistol and a stick in the early hours of Thursday. The fourth assailant, Shubam Panwar alias Shivu, who was absconding after the attack, was also arrested on Friday evening, the SP said. The SP said that he would be produced before the court on Saturday. Jawan Naresh Kumar was injured in the attack. Kumar and Tikhu Ram had asked the men, who were roaming in the Model Town area at 1.15 AM, to go home, but minutes later the accused attacked them. An attempt to murder case was registered against them at the Manali police station...
                 

Police work pending as J&K approves new prosecution wing

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Major restructuring at headquarters awaits approval of Appointments Committee

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High-end phone smuggling is costing govt exchequer Rs 2,400 annually

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As company faces ED probe, Ashok Lavasa’s son quits as director

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Government announces bureaucratic rejig

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Banks likely to see spike in bad loans because of NBFC stress: Moody's

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BJP slams Rahul’s ‘rape in India’ remark, he says attention being deflected from North East

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India, Maldives to boost anti-terror cooperation, maritime security ties

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Not banking only on brand value, says L&T Realty CEO Shrikant Joshi

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How voice & video will dominate in 2020

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As Venkaiah lauds Rajya Sabha productivity, last day ends with disruptions

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Citizenship law: Bangladesh protests after convoy of envoy attacked in Assam

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Adani Power looks to refinance existing loans to reduce cost of debt

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In Delhi, Jamia protest over Citizenship law turns violent, police use teargas

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RJD slams Nitish over support to Bill, JD(U) digs out Lalu speech

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Camp organised in Jaisalmer to help refugees from Pak complete formalities to avail Indian citizenship

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Special trains to help stranded passengers at Guwahati: Northeast Frontier Railway

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Special passenger trains are being run to help stranded passengers at Guwahati to reach their destinations in Upper Assam, said Northeast Frontier Railway, Chief Public Relation Officer.On Thursday one train was operated to Dimapur and one each to Furkating and Dibrugarh on Friday.On Thursday Nine trains to and from Dibrugarh in Assam were cancelled and partially cancelled due to agitations against the amended Citizenship Act.According to a press release, three trains, including the Rajdhani Express travelling from Dibrugarh to New Delhi, were cancelled, while six trains, including the Brahmaputra Mail from Delhi to Dibrugarh, were partially cancelled.The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, provides for citizenship to non-Muslim refugees of Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan who arrived in India before December 31, 2014...
                 

Kamal Nath hints at pushback, says will do what Congress-ruled states do

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UP: Governor Anandiben Patel takes Lucknow metro

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Governor of Uttar Pradesh, Anandiben Patel on Friday took a metro to reach Raj Bhawan from Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport metro station here.Anandiben Patel was welcomed by Kumar Keshav, Managing Director, other Directors and senior officials of Uttar Pradesh Metro Corporation.Kumar Keshav explained to her about the uniqueness and the features of the state-of-the-art infrastructure along with other amenities available for the differently-abled, women and senior citizens inside the Metro premises.The Managing Director provided an overview to the Governor of the unique design, technology and special features of the Lucknow Metro train which is a combination of old and modern elements depicting the culture-rich diversity and heritage of Lucknow.The Managing Director also presented her a Coffee Table book highlighting the Lucknow Metro's journey since its inception at the Sachivalaya Metro Station.The Governor lauded and appreciated the stupendous efforts of the Lucknow .....
                 

Two-yr-old girl dies after given wrong medicine by medical store

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MHA: States have no power to reject law

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Glenn Maxwell Reveals The Reason Behind His Mental Health Break

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Out of 13,77,595 operational Anganwadi centres in country, 3,77,712 running in rented premises: Smriti Irani

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Union Minister Smriti Irani on Friday informed the Lok Sabha that out of 13,77,595 operational Anganwadi Centres (AWCs) across the country, a total of 3,77,712 AWCs are running in rented premises.Irani said that 3,62,940 AWCs don't have toilets facilities and 1,59,568 AWCs don't have drinking water facilities.Irani was asked in the Lower House whether the government has taken note that many Anganwadi centres do not have their own buildings and also lack basic amenities like toilets and drinking water facilities, Irani replied: "Out of 13,77,595 operational Anganwadi Centres (AWCs) across the country, a total of 3,77,712 AWCs are running in rented premises and 3,62,940 AWCs don't have toilets facilities and 1,59,568 AWCs don't have drinking water facilities."When asked the policy regarding renting houses for providing Anganwadi facilities, the Women and Child Development Minister said: "Anganwadi Centres not having their own or community buildings are opened in rented premises."She .....
                 

‘Not aware of who used Pegasus’

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Arsenal's Ozil condemns Muslim silence over Uighurs

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Arsenal's Mesut Ozil, a German footballer of Turkish origin, on Friday expressed support for Uighurs in Xinjiang and criticised Muslim countries for their failure to speak up for them. "Korans are being burnt... Mosques are being shut down ... Muslim schools are being banned ... Religious scholars are being killed one by one ... Brothers are forcefully being sent to camps," Ozil wrote in Turkish on his Twitter account. "The Muslims are silent. Their voice is not heard," he wrote on a background of a blue field with a white crescent moon, the flag of what Uighur separatists call East Turkestan. China has faced growing international condemnation for setting up a vast network of camps in Xinjiang aimed at homogenising the Uighur population to reflect China's majority Han culture. Rights groups and experts say more than one million Uighurs and people of other mostly Muslim ethnic minorities have been rounded up in the camps in the tightly-controlled region. After initially denying the .....
                 

Sebi denies relief to lenders for flouting regulations in Karvy case

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Army to set up more than dozen integrated battle groups by 2020

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Ceiling prices of 21 key medicines raised by 50%; NPPA invokes DPCO 2013

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Impeachment: US House panel approves charges against Donald Trump

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Jharkhand: BJP nominee out on bail in sexual assault case

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5 Questions with Jothimani S: ‘Rahul spoke in favour of women’s safety…BJP are politicising the issue’

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Hopeful new Parliament building will be completed by 2022: Speaker

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Dousing the infernos of urban chaos

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