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    Bihar election 2020: ECI raps parties for neglecting COVID-19 precautions

    In its advisory on October 9, the ECI had asked political parties to follow instructions related to COVID-19 at all stages New Delhi: The Election Commission of India (ECI) has ticked off political parties in Bihar for violating social distancing norms during their poll campaigns and public meetings without wearing masks. In an advisory to the presidents and general...

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    ED probes Farooq in JKCA scam; National Conference calls it part of 'coercive plot'

    J-K's mainstream Opposition parties sought to link the ED's summons to Abdullah with their forming an alliance last week SRINAGAR: Former chief minister and National Conference (NC) president Farooq Abdullah was on Wednesday again summoned by the Srinagar wing of Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with an alleged multi-crore scam in Jammu and...

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    LJP takes a cue from BJP, promises grand Sita Mandir in Bihar

    Paswan said that the manifesto is based on his party's vision of "Bihar first, Bihari first" Patna: LJP Chief Chirag Paswan on Wednesday released his party's manifesto for the upcoming Bihar Assembly elections. During the event, Paswan said that the manifesto is based on his party's vision of "Bihar first, Bihari first", which will resolve many...

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    Calcutta High Court upholds Durga Puja verdict but relaxes certain guidelines

    the bench modifies its previous guidelines for the puja committees Kolkata: The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday upheld its ban on the visitors' entry to all Durga Puja mandaps in West Bengal to curb the crowding and spread of Covid-19 pandemic, while partially relaxing its norms for the organisers. Rejecting a review petition by an umbrella body of Durga Puja...

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    Over 6,000 policemen have lost their life in Jammu and Kashmir since 1989

    40 security personnel who have laid down their lives in the line of duty across the Union Territory in past one year. SRINAGAR: As many as six thousand policemen have been killed while fighting militants in Jammu and Kashmir where the separatist campaign burst into a major violence in 1989. Thirteen such deaths took place in past one year. Director General of Police,...

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    India, US set to have 2+2 talks next week

    Their visit seems to be a certainty, with Sri Lanka announcing Tuesday that Pompeo will visit Colombo for talks on October 28 New Delhi/Colombo: US secretary of state Mike Pompeo and defence secretary Mark Esper look all set to hold "2+2" talks in New Delhi on October 26-27 with their Indian counterparts S. Jaishankar and Rajnath Singh. Their visit seems to be a certainty, with Sri Lanka...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    India COVID count falls; Under 50K a day after 3 months

    Drastic drop in new cases was noted in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh New Delhi: A sharp drop in daily new novel coronavirus infections was reported in India after the fresh detections dropped below 50,000 for the first time in three months. On Tuesday, the new cases were 46, 790 taking India's overall COVID-19 cases to close to 76 lakh. The daily fatalities too...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    Assam to Mizoram: Leave camps, pull back forces

    Mizoram security forces' refusal to go back to the barracks had provoked Mizo miscreants to set 3 shops on fire in Lailapur on Monday night Guwahati: Despite the intervention of the Union home ministry, tension continued on the Assam-Mizoram border with Mizoram's security forces refusing to go back to the barracks, provoking Mizo miscreants to set at least three shops on fire in Lailapur...

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    Pre-poll survey indicates NDA is set to win in Bihar

    Mahagathbandhan led by RJD's Tejashwi Yadav is projected to win anywhere between 88-98 Assembly seats, with a vote share of 29-32 percent New Delhi: As Bihar prepares to vote in the first phase of the three-phased electoral battle on October 28, a pre-poll survey by India Today-Lokniti has projected the Nitish Kumar-led NDA securing a clear majority, with 133-143 Assembly seats and a...

    • 12 hrs ago
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    Punjab 'negates' central farm laws, passes 4 bills

    The move comes after a directive from Sonia Gandhi to states ruled by Congress to pass separate laws negating the effect of the Central laws New Delhi: Congress-ruled Punjab on Tuesday became the first state to reject the three Central farm laws, with the state Assembly passing a resolution to virtually "negate" the effects of the legislation. The move comes after widespread protests...

    • 12 hrs ago

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