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    LIVE News Updates: Fire breaks out at Delhi Transport Department office at Civil Lines

    Fire breaks out at Delhi Transport Department office at Civil LinesDelhi: Fire breaks out at Delhi Transport Department office at Civil Lines, 8 fire tenders rushed to the spotDelhi: Fire breaks out at Delhi Transport Department office at Civil Lines, 8 fire tenders rushed to the spot. https://t.co/Nu9b3fl0J2 pic.twitter.com/n8bzNaP8pQ— ANI (@ANI)...

    • 8 min ago
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    UP: "Get rid of CAA, NRC by gharvapsi" in Hinduism", says hoarding in Varanasi; FIR against 'unidentified'

    An FIR has been lodged against unidentified persons for a controversial hoarding near the Varanasi railway station.The hoarding near the Englishiya Line crossing read, "Hindu dharma mein ghar vapasi karo... CAA, NRC se chhutkara pao (Get rid of CAA, NRC by returning to Hinduism)".Inspector Ashutosh Ojha said that the FIR under...

    • 34 min ago
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    Indian woman in China contracts mysterious virus

    A 45-year-old Indian woman has become the first foreigner in China to have contracted a mysterious virus, which is suspected to be Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)-like corona virus.In 2002-2003, the SARS corona virus killed around 650 people in China and Hong Kong. This time, a new strain of virus with 62 cases have been reported in Wuhan and two in Shenzhen so far. 19 patients have been...

    • an hour ago
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    Climate change-induced risks biggest threat: World Economic Forum

    For the first time in the 15 years of the Global Risks Report, the climate change and environment risk has occupied all the top five slots.According to the 15th edition of the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Global Risks Report, the top five risks in terms of likelihood are extreme weather, climate action failure, natural disasters, biodiversity loss and human-made environmental...

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    2-minute silence for Kashmiri Pandits at Shaheen Bagh

    To show solidarity with Kashmiri Pandits on the day, organised to mark their exodus from the Valley, anti-CAA activists, on protest for over a month, observed two-minute silence at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi on Sunday.Kashmiri Pandits also joined the protest and demanded formation of a special investigation team (SIT) to ensure justice to those killed in Kashmir."We support the CAA, but the...

    • 2 hrs ago
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    As 'ekadashi' sets in, Jagat Prakash Nadda to replace Amit Shah by afternoon

    Just ahead of Delhi election and as the "ekadashi" sets in, the "world's largest political party" - BJP will have a new President on Monday by 2.30 pm, bringing an end of Amit Shah era. Party Working President Jagat Prakash Nadda is all set to win unopposed.The choice of the announcement date on an "ekadashi", was done keeping in the...

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    Rajasthan leads with Rs 1000 crore farmer welfare fund

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    • 15 hrs ago
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    Scindia flays Piyush Goyal's remarks on Amazon, says India desperately needs investment

    Senior Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia on Sunday termed as "unfortunate" Union minister Piyush Goyal's 'Amazon not doing any favour' remarks, and said such statements would do no good to the country as it desperately needs investments to come out of the "worrisome" economic condition.He also said that there was a need to attract...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Don't do something to artificially boost growth: Congress on 'data revamp' reports

    The Congress on Sunday expressed apprehension over the government's reported bid to revamp official statistics to account for the unorganised sector, saying no attempt should be made to "artificially boost" the rate of growth.The government has suddenly expressed alarm and a "revamp of official statistics" is being proposed because it believes...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    JNUSU to move high court on Monday for quashing new hostel manual

    The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union on Sunday said it will approach the Delhi High Court on January 20 seeking a direction for quashing the new hostel manual which has provisions for fee hike.In a statement, the students' body said it will be filing the plea on Monday against the Inter-Hall Administration manual which, it claimed, was passed "illegally" in...

    • 17 hrs ago

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