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    Woman dead, 2 injured as crane collides with metro pillar

    In a tragic accident, a woman has lost her life and two others were injured as a crane collided with a metro pillar. The accident took place at Gundavali bus stop near Andheri in Western Express Highway in Mumbai. As per reports, a crane which was going from Jogeshwari towards Bandra lost control and collided with a metro pillar.function catchException() {try{ twitterJSDidLoad();...

    • 27 min ago
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    Lock gate of Durgapur barrage damaged: Villages under fear of flood

    Lock gate of Durgapur barrage has got severely damaged. This has ignited panic among villagers about flood. As per the Irrigation Department officials in West Bengal, a portion of lock gate number 31 of Durgapur barrage damaged severely. The gate lock has become nonfunctional. Thus the lock gate has failed to check the flow of water. This may result in continuous release of huge...

    • 27 min ago
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    State government suspended mobile, internet services

    The state government has suspended mobile, internet services in several districts. The government suspended the services as the protest by Gujar community demanding reservation will begin from tomorrow. Rajasthan government has suspended mobile, internet services in Karauli, Bharatpur, Jaipur and Sawai Madhopur distrcits. The state police has deployed additional forces . The statewide protest...

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    Union Home Minister Amit Shah to visit state on November

    Union Home Minister Amit Shah will visit the state on November. Amit Shah will visit West Bengal on November. Amit Shah will be on a two-day visit to West Bengal from November 5. Amit Shah is visiting the state to boost the BJP's campaign work aimed at the next assembly election that to be held next year. Meanwhile, the visit of BJP national president JP Nadda has been cancelled. This...

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    BrahMos missile fired from Sukhoi fighter jet hits ship 4000 km away

    Posing a big challenge to China and Pakistan, India has once again successfully test fired the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile. The Indian Air Force has carried out the test. The BrahMos supersonic cruise missile launched from a Sukhoi-30 fighter jet has hit the target, a ship in the Bay of Bengal around 4000 km away. It was the longest-range test of the fighter-missile...

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    Cathedral conducts memorial service after a 'popular' resident stray cat dies.

    London's famous Southwark Cathedral became known for the presence of a stray cat, affectionately named Doorkins Magnificat, who made the building her home for 12 years before passing away on September 30. In an unusual move, Andrew Nunn, the Dean of Southwark Cathedral hosted a service of thanksgiving. "She was enormously popular and had a massive Twitter...

    • an hour ago
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    4 including a minor boy arrested for murder of man

    The police has arrested 3 people and detained a minor boy for their alleged involvement in a murder of a 38-year-old man. The man was found dead in a drain in a forest in Baran district on Saturday last week. The Rajasthan police has arrested them for their alleged connection in the killing. The accused were identified as Doulatram Lodha , Ramswroop Lodha , and his two aides - Vishal and Naresh...

    • an hour ago
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    See this teacher turn walls into blackboard to teach students.

    With most schools still closed due to the pandemic, Jamaican school teacher Taneka Mckoy takes the risk of teaching students by write lessons on blackboards painted on its walls. Parents and children of primary school age take photos on their phones of the lessons or write them down in a notebook. Later, the children pass by Mckoy's home to hand in or pick up their homework,...

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    Man rams car into 'Grand Mosque in Makkah': Video

    A car driven by a Saudi Arabian national has rammed into the Grand Mosque in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. The incident took place on late Friday night. The speeding card driven by the Saudi man has crashed the outer gates of Grand Mosque at around 10.30 pm. The police has arrested the man. He was found in abnormal condition. He had been referred to Public Prosecution. No report of injuries has been...

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    2020's deadliest shipwreck; 140 migrants die off Senegal coast.

    About 140 migrants have drowned off the coast of Senegal in the deadliest shipwreck recorded this year. Some 60 people were rescued by the Senegalese and Spanish navies, and fisherman, the International Organization for Migration said. The boat caught fire and capsized hours after leaving the town of Mbour for the Canary Islands.

    • 2 hrs ago

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