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    Left parties sweep JNU students union polls

    The Left Unity on Tuesday clinched all the four top posts in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students Union polls here. The results were declared late in the evening after the Delhi High Court permitted the varsity to declare the results.After the counting that concluded late evening, Aishe Ghosh of the Students' Federation of India (SFI) was elected as President. She defeated Manish Jangid of...

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    Headlines at 9 pm: PoK India's part, don't 'worry' beyond a point: S. Jaishankar

    PoK India's part, don't 'worry' beyond a point: S. JaishankarExternal affirs Minister S. Jaishakar on Tuesday said that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) is India's part and one day it expects to have "physical jurisdiction" over it. He asserted that there is no need to "worry" too much beyond a point about what people will say on Kashmir as it is...

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    Amazon launches new fulfilment centre in Maharashtra

    Expanding its infrastructure footprint in Maharashtra, e-commerce major Amazon announced the launch of new fulfilment centre near Bhiwandi, Mumbai on Tuesday."The new fulfilment centre has added over 1.5 million cubic feet storage space and will enable faster deliveries of customer orders within the region and neighbouring states. With this, amazon.in now has storage capacity of more than...

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    Katrina Kaif, Arjun Rampal extend support to #SaveAarey Campaign

    Actors Katrina Kaif and Arjun Rampal have joined the growing list of Bollywood celebrities expressing disappointment over the Mumbai civic body decision to cut down 2,700 trees of Aarey Colony to accommodate a proposed Metro car shed project."I believe we all need to do our bit to protect the environment. What we just saw happen in the Amazon (rain forest fire) is something...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    Salve blames SC for economic slowdown

    Senior advocate Harish Salve has blamed the Supreme Court for pushing the country into the economic slowdown, citing its judgements in the 2G spectrum case.Salve said the economic slowdown begun with the 2G case order when the apex court in one stroke cancelled 122 spectrum licences issued to telecom operators.In an interview to a legal website, Salve said, "I squarely blame the Supreme Court."...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    Big FM RJs host a 24-hour live show as part of 'Dilli ke Dhaakad' campaign

    Women's safety across Delhi NCR is one of the pertinent issues which has unfortunately never seen the required action taken to make women of the city feel safe and secure. Encouraging citizens not to be 'mute spectators' but step forward to take matters into their own hands, 92.7 BIG FM's campaign 'Dilli Ke Dhaakad' concluded on the right note. The radio station has been...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    LIVE News Updates: Rahul Gandhi accuses Modi govt of creating political vaccum in Kashmir by arresting leaders

    Rahul Gandhi accuses Modi govt of creating political vaccum in Kashmir by arresting leadersIt's obvious that the government is trying to remove nationalist ?? leaders like Farooq Abdullah Ji to create a political vacuum in Jammu & Kashmir that will be filled by terrorists.Kashmir can then permanently be used as a political...

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    86 tigers rescued from Thai temple have died

    At least 86 of the 147 tigers rescued from an infamous Thailand temple where they featured as a tourist attraction have died due to genetic problems, authorities said on Monday.The tigers were suffering from problems due to inbreeding and died between 2016 and 2019 in the two government wildlife sanctuaries, the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation's Deputy Director-General...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    Champs Fleur: India's first preserved floral boutique

    Nothing cheers up a life better than a colourful bunch of flowers. But investing money in flowers, which will wilt in a few hours, is an expensive proposition. Understandably then, people prefer artificial flowers. Or you can head to Champs Fleur, India's first preserved floral boutique, that specialises in long-lasting roses.The Hyderabad-based brand has created a bespoke rose atelier and is...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    Of heroes and zeros!

    I know by heart how many zeros are there in a trillion. I also know very well the entire sequence of figures. 10 lakh is one million, 1,000 million is one billion, 1,000 billion is one trillion. I got it right! There are 12 zeros in a trillion. Why can't I be made a spokesperson of a political party which lacks such talent? This is a world of super specialisation. Political parties also need to field 'specialised'...

    • 10 hrs ago

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