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Stocks to watch: Bandhan Bank, OMCs, paint stocks, Wockhardt, India Cements

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Road ahead for equity markets will be challenging, says Shyamsundar Bhat

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Top stock ideas by Religare Broking: Buy Marico, Ujjivan Financial Services

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2 hurt in Pak shelling along LoC

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Former Delhi L-G Najeeb Jung questions leadership of Delhi Police

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Nifty view and stock picks by HDFC Securities: Buy Alkem Lab, Phoenix Mills

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Sukhbir: If SAD comes to power, electricity bills to be cut by half

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Mumbai Diary: Wednesday Dossier

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A graceful exit Hema Malini looks resplendent as she leaves a Bandra five-star on Tuesday after the launch of a book. Pic /Shadab khan Interpretor of saree dreams The store display at Rimzim Dadu store This evening, Rimzim Dadu (inset) opens her first ever flagship store in New Delhi. She was 21 when she made her fashion debut in 2007, and still remembers being asked if she was old enough to participate at a fashion show. “I am slightly built, so everyone assumed I was not old enough,” she tells this diarist with a laugh. In Dadu’s case, talent definitely stands taller than her structure. The youngest designer to be chosen along with Abraham & Thakore, Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Aneeth Arora and Kallol Datta as part of the Fabric of India exhibition at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum held between October 2015 and January 2016 is also a designer who’s been closely watched for her innovations in warp and weft. Dadu’s ex..
                 

Ash Wednesday 2020: Date, History and Significance

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Entry, exit gates at 5 metro stations in North-East Delhi opened: DMRC

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Properties of absconders Azam Khan and kin to be attached

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Dropout rate in state’s govt schools rising every year, says JJP MLA

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India, US decide to elevate ties, be global strategic partners

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Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: Death Toll Rises to 18; Board Exams Postponed in Affected Areas

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Can Playing 'Cat-Friendly' Classical Music Playlists Make Your Cat Calmer?

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Sensex tanks nearly 400 pts; Nifty near 11,700

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Market benchmark Sensex plunged nearly 400 points in opening session on Wednesday tracking losses in index-heavyweights RIL, HDFC twins and ICICI Bank amid heavy foreign fund outflow and weak global cues. After starting over 393.03 points lower, the 30-share index pared some losses to trade 201.94 points, or 0.50 per cent, down at 40,079.26. Similarly, the NSE Nifty dropped 58.10 points, or 0.49 per cent, at 11,739.80. Top losers in the Sensex pack included Sun Pharma, Bharti Airtel, Tata Steel, Reliance Industries and HDFC shedding up to 2 per cent. On the other hand, HUL, Nestle India, PowerGrid and Asian Paints were trading with gains. In the previous session, the Sensex settled 82.03 points, or 0.20 per cent, lower at 40,281.20, and the Nifty declined 31.50 points or 0.27 per cent to end at 11,797.90. According to traders, besides weak cues from global markets amid rising concerns over coronavirus outbreak beyond China, heavy foreign fund outflow too weighed on market sentiment .....
                 

4 more dead in Delhi violence, toll reaches 17

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The death toll in the violence that flared up in northeast Delhi, reached 17 on Wednesday.Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital informed media in the morning today.Meanwhile, police have put barricades and sealed all the roads that lead to Ghaziabad from northeast Delhi since yesterday."Keeping in mind the violence in Delhi, we have sealed the borders. There is peace in our district. We have closed all the wine shops in nearby areas," Ajay Kumar Pandey, District Magistrate (DM) had stated.Union Home Minister Amit Shah has spoken to the family of the injured Shahdara DCP (Deputy Commissioner of Police) Amit Sharma and inquired about his health.Earlier on Tuesday, Shah had chaired a meeting with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik and other political leaders regarding the violence and the prevailing situation in Delhi...
                 

Delhi school’s happy hour with Melania

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Delhi High Court suspends judge for allowing undertrial to remain on long custody parole

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At Gwalior collectorate: Suspended govt employees asked to sit in special room

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Office-of-profit row: Appointment of Shiv Sena leaders struck down

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In a big setback to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, the Maharashtra government has cancelled the appointment of Shiv Sena MLA Ravindra Waikar as chief coordinator in the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) and that of party MP Arvind Sawant as head of State Parliamentary Coordination Committee. The action follows mid-day's report on February 20, 'Two Uddhav Thackeray appointees in the office-of-profit soup.' There is a buzz within the Sena and Mantralaya corridors, that to avoid embarrassment for the ruling saffron party, the two Sena leaders were asked to furnish a letter claiming they do not want to take up the assignment. Arvind Sawant and Ravindra Waikar  In early February, Thackeray Sr had cleared the appointment of Waikar and Sawant for two key positions. On February 20, mid-day reported that the appointment cleared by the chief minister is likely to trigger an office-of-profit controversy. A chief minister usually appoints people from his/her own party (MPs or MLAs) to help with..
                 

Champions League: Serge Gnabry Stars As Bayern Munich Rock Chelsea

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Balakot airstrike marks paradigm shift in our operations, says former Air Chief Dhanoa

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Former Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa has said that bombing of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terror camp in Pakistan's Balakot by Indian Air Force (IAF) marks a paradigm shift in the way India conduct operations.Exactly a year ago India carried out air-strike at a terror camp in Balakot."One year has gone past and we look back with satisfaction. We have learned a lot of lessons, lot of things have been implemented post-Balakot operations. Basically, it is a paradigm shift in the way we conduct our operations. The other side never believed that we could carry out a strike inside Pakistan to take out terror training camp which we successfully executed. It is a paradigm shift and the result is there for you to see," said Dhanoa in an interview to ANI.He pointed out that after air-strike there were no major terrorist attacks during the Lok Sabha polls because it acted as a deterrent.He said the mission has not been declassified yet."All that I want to tell you is when the government told us and all..
                 

Delhi violence: After more than a dozen deaths, city limps back to normalcy

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Communal Violence in Gujarat: Govt to place parts of Khambhat under Disturbed Areas Act

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Delhi: Jafrabad protest cleared, NSA meets CP, visits violence-hit areas late night

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'Detailed project report to construct 'science city' in Triputi ready, sent to Centre for funds'

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Science City of Andhra Pradesh is gearing up to construct a massive 'science city' in Tirupati, Science City Vice-Chairman and CEO Dr Krishnarao Appasani on Tuesday said a detailed project report (DPR) is ready and it has been sent to Centre to release funds for it.The proposed science city will be established on an area of 106 acres."The DPR is ready and sent to the central government for financing. The Science City will be a joint venture of central and state governments," said Appasani.He said his plan of science city will constitute three programmes including a museum cluster called science promotion hub, which will comprise seven museums with seven different themes.The second program will be a Research Innovation Cluster called BioMedical and Physical Sciences Hub. The third one will be a Knowledge Dissemination Cluster called Convention Center and Hospitality Hub.The estimated cost of the project is Rs 1,000 crore.The state government has allotted land for the project and the .....
                 

Maharashtra government is 'father of Ghajini': BJP's Sudhir Mungantiwar

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BJP leader Sudhir Mungantiwar termed the Uddhav Thackeray-led Maha Vikas Aghadi government in Maharashtra as the father of 'Ghajini', a fictional character essayed by Bollywood actor Aamir Khan, who suffered from acute short-term memory loss and tattooed number and names on his body to remember them.Speaking at Azad Maidan here where BJP had launched a protest against Maharashtra government, Mungantiwar claimed that Thackeray government had halted projects initiated during BJP government in the state.He alleged that the MVA is attempting to find loopholes or corruption in these projects. "Keep investigating as much as you want, you will find nothing," the former Maharashtra minister said."Aamir Khan used to forget in Ghajini and this government is the father of Ghajini. In Ghajini, Amir Khan used to write on the body to avoid forgetting. But if they (MVA) cannot write on their body, at least write it on paper so that you can remember it," Mungantiwar said.The 2008 film action thriller..
                 

No clarity on Wuhan evacuation yet

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HC orders CBI probe into UP gangster’s killing inside jail

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They Used Racial Slurs, Took Kapil Mishra’s Name as They Beat Me, Says Man in Viral Photo from Delhi Riots

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MARKET LIVE: Trends on SGX Nifty suggest a negative start for Sensex, Nifty

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Today's CBSE class 10 & 12 exam postponed over violence in northeast Delhi

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MHA panel submits report to CM Sarbananda Sonowal

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Brother of Hindu outfit leader found dead, cops suspect robbery

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HC dismisses retd SSP’s appeal challenging Justice Ranjit Singh panel recommendations

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Mumbai: BMC seizes choppers, cuts water supply to recover property tax

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The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Tuesday seized two helicopters of Mesco Aerospace and cut the water supply of a tower, Wadhwa Trade Centre in Kalina, to recover Rs 1.95 crore and over Rs 11.88 crore property tax, respectively. The civic body had to collect Rs 5,016 crore property tax in 2019-20. However, it has been able to collect only Rs 3,154 crore so far. With only 35 days left to recover the remaining Rs 1,862 crore, BMC's Tax Assessment and Collection department have started taking stringent action. "Mesco Aerospace's dues till March 2019 were Rs 1.65 crore. This year the dues have touched Rs 1,94,87,786," said a civic official. Sangita Hasnale, Assistant Commissioner of Tax Assessment and Collection Department said that the seizure was made under the Schedule K of the Property Tax Act. "Before sealing the property of a defaulter, BMC can seize goods and articles," she said. Though BMC does not know the cost of the helicopters, it will auction them to recover the ..
                 

Police Use Water Cannons to Disperse Protesters at Kejriwal's Residence Seeking Action Against Delhi Rioters

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9 Not-So-Popular Street Foods Of India That You Must Try At Least Once

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ISRO to launch geo imaging satellite GISAT-1 on March 5 from Sriharikota

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Leave CAA to India… didn’t discuss Delhi violence with PM, says Trump

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Malegaon blast case: No effective progress in trial, Bombay HC directs NIA to explain delay

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Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: China Quarantines 94 on Seoul Flight; US Forces in S Korea Report 1st Case

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Oppo Find X2 Teased Sporting 3K Display With 120Hz Refresh Rate, HDR10 Support

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SGO, an oilless bearing manufacturer in Korea, establishes a subsidiary in India as a gateway to India

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/ -- SGO, a bearing manufacturer located in Incheon, Korea, announced that it has established a local subsidiary in India last year to meet the demand for its popular bearings in the Indian bearing market. SGO has already purchased 13,000m2 of land in Chennai, India and has decided to invest more than $4.5 million to set up bearing production facilities including foundry. By the second half of this year, SGO plans to produce and supply oilless bearings and bronze bars to Indian construction equipment companies, injection molding machine manufacturers, Korean auto parts manufacturers, as well as its worldwide customers. Product Oilless Bearing Image SGO explained Indian construction equipment and injection molding machine companies using SGO's bearings had been asking SGO to open a local subsidiary for a more stable supply of SGO's bearings. Founded in Korea in 2000, SGO has been specializing in design, development, and production of oilless bearings for use in industrial machines, .....
                 

At Rajghat, a tribute to Bapu’s vision

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Dushyant Chautala: Will change law to ensure no bail to liquor smugglers for six months

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Protests in Ahmedabad after man ‘hangs himself’ inside police station

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Mystique that lives on still

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Ask Mummy' was her nickname among the film press, primarily because that would be her answer to most questions directed at her during interviews. Mildly ironic that 'Mai' (for mother) became her popular sobriquet in the film industry that she practically ruled as the first (and perhaps the only proper) 'pan-Indian star', with 300 films, in five languages, over 50 years! It's only befitting that the national movie hero's epithet went to a self-learnt song-and-dance sensation. For that's what has traditionally united India through its cinema culture — regardless of the region. Just her résumé would be hard to fit into text, having worked "six shifts a day" for years on end. How does one even sit down to write about such a prolific career, let alone build a believable portrait, given the mystique around the painfully elusive Sridevi — who continued to confound fans, with mysteries surrounding her sudden death as well? Writer Satyarth Nayak has indeed attempted a..
                 

Youth from war-torn Syria gets scholarship in KIIT Bhubaneswar, finds goal in Khelo India

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Twenty-two-year-old Ahmed Habbab, who arrived in India from war-torn Syria to study here on a scholarship, has found a new goal in Khelo India.Ahmed, a first-year Bachelor of Technology degree student at the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT), has got football skills and he is gearing up for his first moment in the spotlight representing his college at the Khelo India University Games.Ahmed began his journey from Syria seven years ago, to nurture his dream to play for his country. He says he hopes to shine like a star in the university game and attracts a few scouts from the Indian Super League.In 2011, the unrest in Syria began when rebels sought to overthrow President Bashar Al-Assad. While many died in the crossfire, thousands of civilians have fled the country to save themselves."I feel good here. I wish someone will recognise my potential and help me with my dream. If such tournaments would have happened in Syria, it would be great for youth like me. Khelo India is..
                 

Donald Trump's India visit aimed at deepening strategic ties: White House

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Balakot most significant Indian air action in four decades: IAF chief

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Under scanner for 11 deaths, 3,400 bottles of cough syrup sold

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It is no more about CAA, now it is communal, say protesters

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Everything was calm; people were peacefully protesting against the CAA and the NRC in the Jaffrabad Metro station area of New Delhi on Sunday, said two students who were recording videos of the movement for a documentary. On Saturday night, around 300 women and 200 men gathered under Jaffrabad Metro station for a sit-in, two 21-year-old students told mid-day over the phone on condition of anonymity as they are already getting threats. They decided to document the people's movement against the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) and went to the Jaffrabad-Maujpur stretch around 6 am on Sunday. "There was an unusually huge deployment of police force. By Sunday noon, the number of protesters rose to over 6,000. All of them were peacefully sitting there... without causing any disturbance," said one of them. He added that around 3 pm, close to 400 right-wing supporters had gathered near a temple between Jaffrabad and Maujpur Metro stations and we saw them talking to the police. "..
                 

Delhi violence: HC tells police to ensure safe passage, treatment of injured

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In a midnight hearing, the Delhi High Court directed police to ensure safe passage and emergency treatment for those injured in the violence over the amended citizenship law. The hearing took place at the residence of Justice S Murlidhar on an urgent plea seeking safe passage for the injured to medical institutions with adequate facilities. The Bench of Justices S Muralidhar and Anup J Bhambhani directed the Delhi Police to deploy all resources to ensure this. The Bench also called for a compliance report, including information about the injured and the treatment offered to them. The matter will now be heard on Wednesday at 2.15 pm. The Bench said the order be communicated to the medical superintendents of the Guru Tegh Bahadur and Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan hospitals in Delhi. Communal violence over the amended citizenship law in northeast Delhi had claimed at least 13 lives till Tuesday as police struggled to check the rioters who ran amok on streets, burning and looting shops, ....
                 

ISRO to launch geo imaging satellite on March 5

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The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Wednesday said that GSLV-F10 will launch geo imaging satellite, GISAT-1, from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota on March 5.The launch is scheduled to take place at 5.43 pm."Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-F10) will launch geo imaging satellite (GISAT-1) from the second launch pad of the SDSC SHAR, Sriharikota. The launch is tentatively scheduled at 1743 Hrs IST on March 05, 2020, subject to weather conditions," ISRO said.Weighing about 2,275 kg, GISAT-1 is a state-of-the-art agile Earth observation satellite that will be placed in a 'geosynchronous transfer orbit' by GSLV-F10. Subsequently, the satellite will reach the final geostationary orbit using its onboard propulsion system.A four metre-diameter ogive shaped payload fairing is being flown for the first time in this GSLV flight. This is the fourteenth flight of the GSLV, the space organisation said.Operating from geostationary orbit, GISAT-1 will facilitate .....
                 

Divided in violence, united in grief: Families of dead say hate is to blame

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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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Panel backed by Ajit Pawar regains control of Malegaon sugar mill

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'Violence on Peaceful Protestors Unacceptable': US Lawmakers Express Concern Over Delhi Violence

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Nirav Modi assets to be auctioned tomorrow

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Protesting arhtiyas get 4 more days to meet PFMS condition and claim commission

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Bihar first NDA state to say no to NRC, new NPR format

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Mumbai: 10 months on, incomplete FOB dogs commuters at Kurla

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A partially-shut foot overbridge (FOB) with a pending 10-12 metres of work at Kurla station has become a major cause of inconvenience for passengers during peak hours. The incomplete work has not only isolated the Harbour line but with no signage below, it is only after the commuters climb up, they realise the bridge being shut, making them take a detour to reach platform 7 and 8. The FOB was initially closed without any prior notice on April 2, 2019, disconnecting it from the Harbour line which prompted the then General Manager DK Sharma to personally intervene and directing the officials to put appropriate signage and also asking ticket checkers to guide passengers. But with almost a year passing by and with no signs of the work being completed, the commuter organisation has blasted the railways saying that they should call in the Army if Central Railway (CR) is helpless to complete the remaining work. While Mumbai's Divisional Railway Manager Shalabh Goel and General Manager Sunil M..
                 

States are on the Boil After 'Ill-Conceived' CAA, Says Pondy CM on Delhi Violence

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Realme C3 review: Good performance overall, but camera disappoints

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Market Ahead, February 26: All you need to know before the Opening Bell

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Flotus wears lotus dress, Ivanka stuns in sherwani

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Haryana to appoint 447 regular, 342 ad-hoc doctors next month

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In Midnight Hearing, High Court Tells Police to Ensure Safe Passage, Treatment of Injured in Delhi Violence

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