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Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav won't campaign for UP local body polls?
Ballia (UP), November 11:  Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav will not campaign in the upcoming three-phase civic polls local body elections in Uttar Pradesh and will not address any rally. Uttar Pradesh will witness civic polls from November 22, [...]
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Ryan murder case: How CBI trailed the juvenile for a month before the arrest
The investigations into the Ryan school murder took a turn when the CBI absolved the conductor of murder charges and said that the crime was carried out by a class 11 student. The CBI is now looking at the possibility [...]
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Hyderabad police round up homeless people before Ivanka Trump visit
Indian city introduces ban on begging in run-up to business summit featuring daughter of US president Donald TrumpPolice in Hyderabad have banned begging and started rounding up homeless people before the start of a business summit featuring Ivanka Trump.Nearly 400 people in the southern Indian city were detained by police on Wednesday and lodged in a rehabilitation facility at Chanchalguda jail, according to the Indian Express. Related: 'Half my lung cancer patients are non-smokers': toxic air crisis chokes Delhi Continue reading... [...]
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Gujarat elections: Temple visits by Rahul Gandhi, soft Hindutva on display
Believe it or not, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has visited at least famous temples during his four-phase Navsarjan Ytara. Rahul Gandhi, who is faring well of late in social media, also backing his persona with a religious touch. In the first [...]
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Everything you need to know about Delhi’s Odd-Even rule
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Saturday allowed the Delhi government to implementation the odd-even car scheme from November 13 to 17 with little exemption. The government believes that odd-even will help in cutting down pollution emanating from vehicles [...]
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Rohingya children close to starvation due to 'unimaginable' 'health crisis
‘Rampant malnutrition’ reported following Rohingya exodus from Myanmar to Bangladesh as agencies warn shocking new figures may be tip of the icebergOpen letter: The Rohingya are facing genocide. We cannot be bystandersOne in four Rohingya children who recently fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar is now suffering from life-threatening malnutrition, with aid workers warning that refugees are “essentially starving” before they have even crossed the border.The preliminary findings of a joint nutrition assessment conducted in late October at Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar show that severe acute malnutrition rates among child refugees under five have doubled since May, while nearly half of young children are also underweight and suffering from anaemia. Related: Up to 150 children under five die each day in Aung San Suu Kyi's Myanmar Continue reading... [...]
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J&K: Search operation launched after gunshots outside police post in Anantnag
A few gunshots were heard outside police post Dangerpora in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district on Friday. Police retaliated to the gunshots. No loss have been reported so far. Search around police post underway. OneIndia News [...]
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How to get the best out of your brakes
How to get the best out of your brakes [...]
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The Rohingya are facing genocide. We cannot be bystanders | Salman Rushdie and others
We cannot allow people to be slaughtered and burnt out of their homes, while the world watches, write Salman Rushdie and dozens of others in this open letterOver the past two months, more than 600,000 Rohingya people have been driven from their homes, had their land destroyed, and endured torture and rape while searching for safety. Remember what happened in Rwanda? Now, pay attention to Myanmar.The Rohingya are often described as among the most persecuted people on earth. They are a predominantly Muslim ethnic group, and despite having lived in Myanmar’s Rakhine state for centuries, they’re refused citizenship. For years, their movement has been restricted, and they have been denied access to education, health care, and other basic services. Related: Take away Aung San Suu Kyi’s Nobel peace prize. She no longer deserves it | George Monbiot Related: Documenting the Rohingya refugee crisis – in pictures Continue reading... [...]
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BSF apprehends 5 Pakistan fishermen in Kutch, 6 boats seized
 Kutch, Nov 10: The Border Security Force (BSF) has apprehended five Pakistani fishermen and seized six boats from the Harami Nala creek area along the Indo-Pak border in Gujarat's Kutch district, an official said on Friday. A patrol party [...]
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1MORE Piston Fit
  The 1MORE Piston Fit is a trendy looking, well built and quite popular in-ear headphone in the budget segment. By the looks of it, the Piston Fit seems like a modern reimagining of the Piston Classic... [...]
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Acer Nitro 5 Spin
  I am a fan of both ultrabooks and gaming laptops. And I get to cover a lot of laptops at Digit, and these are the two categories that I truly believe can take the PC industry further. These machines p... [...]
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Thank you, Gujarat polls: Chidambaram's sarcastic tweet after Modi govt's mega GST revision
"Thank you Gujarat. Your elections did what Parliament and common sense could not do," Former Finance Minster P Chidambaram tweeted after the government massively cut the list of items attracting the highest 28 per cent rate under the GST regime. [...]
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Illegal weapons in Dera: Contempt case against Haryana govt in High Court
The petition has been moved against Haryana Home Secretary for not implementing the high court orders issued in December 2014. [...]
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Delhi govt in talks with Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited for aerial sprinkling of water
New Delhi, Nov 10: The Delhi government is in talks with Pawan Hans, an aviation entity under the Centre, for aerially sprinkling water in the city to settle particulate matter, authorities on both sides said on Friday. Responding to [...]
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Trained elephant tramples handler to death in North Bengal
While a training programme is still underway for elephants, Mahuts (elephant handlers) and Patawalas (person who gathers fodder and feeds elephants,) a Kunki (trained elephant) trampled to death his Patawala in the Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary in North Bengal on Friday. {image-parbati-ele-10-1510335966.jpg [...]
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Ranji Trophy, Round 5, Day 2: As it happened…
Hello and welcome to the coverage from day two of the fifth round of matches in the 2017 Ranji Trophy season. We are here to bring you live score updates from matches across India. [...]
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Sachin Tendulkar posts 'friends for life' selfie with Vinod Kambli
Nearly a decade ago, Kambli had accused Tendulkar of not supporting him enough during his cricketing career on a reality show. [...]
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See pic: Axar Patel buys luxury car worth over Rs 45 lakh
The Discovery is a premium SUV that is priced between Rs 40.57 lakh and Rs 53.58 lakh in India. [...]
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Bharat Ratna for Field Marshal Cariappa: 'Onus is on government', says Army Chief
Days after the Army Chief called for Bharat Ratna to Field Marshal KM Cariappa, General Bipin Rawat has said that the final decision in this regard rests with the government. He added, "Whatever is decided will be acceptable." When [...]
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Nuclear accident in Russia or Kazakhstan sends 'harmless' radioactive cloud over Europe
French institute says pollution suggests release of nuclear material south of the Ural mountains in September has no consequence for human healthA cloud of radioactive pollution over Europe in recent weeks indicates that an accident has happened in a nuclear facility in Russia or Kazakhstan in the last week of September, French nuclear safety institute IRSN has said. The IRSN on Thursday ruled out an accident in a nuclear reactor, saying it was likely to be in a nuclear fuel treatment site or centre for radioactive medicine. There has been no impact on human health or the environment in Europe, the IRSN said. Related: Fukushima residents win 500m yen payout over nuclear disaster Continue reading... [...]
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'Half my lung cancer patients are non-smokers': toxic air crisis chokes Delhi
Pollution not just affecting peoples’ health but also India’s political leadership, with Modi appearing reluctant to head responseAs the air quality fell, first to severe, then to emergency levels this week, doctors at Sir Ganga Ram hospital knew they needed to start fast-tracking patients.“They come in, they get a nebuliser, and they go,” says Arvind Kumar, a lung surgeon at the medical facility in north Delhi. Continue reading... [...]
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BSNL JAO Answer Key 2017 released, check now
The BSNL JAO Answer Key 2017 has been released. The same is available on the official website. The BSNL JAO exam was conducted on November 5 and November 6, in four different batches. BSNL has released the provisional answer [...]
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SSC Stenographers 2017 exam result delayed, check new date
There is a delay in announcing the results of the SSC Stenographers 2017 exam results. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will declare the Stenographers' Grade C & D examination 2017 written examination results on November 24, 2017. The SSC Stenographers' Grade C [...]
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Kejriwal is 'a peculiar person', doesn't understand problem: Amarinder Singh
Hitting back at Arvind Kejriwal for pointing fingers at the neighbouring states for pollution in the national capital, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Thursday said that his Delhi counterpart does not understand the problem. Kejriwal had earlier said [...]
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Datsun rolls out 1,00,000th car in India
Datsun rolls out 1,00,000th car in India [...]
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BMW C 400 X unveiled at EICMA
BMW C 400 X unveiled at EICMA [...]
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UN says at least 10 civilians died in Afghanistan airstrike, contradicting US
Pentagon insists no civilians died in bombing of Kunduz on SaturdayUN mission: ‘Credible reports that at least 10 civilians’ killed in airstrikeThe United Nations mission in Afghanistan said at least 10 civilians may have been killed by an airstrike in the northern city of Kunduz last week, despite a US military investigation that found no civilian deaths. In a series of messages on Twitter, the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan said interviews with multiple survivors, medics, elders and others gave it strong reason to believe that civilians were among the victims of Saturday’s attack. Related: US airstrikes kill scores of civilians in Kunduz province, Afghans say Related: Prosecutor seeks to investigate Afghan war crimes allegations – and claims of US torture Continue reading... [...]
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