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    IPL 2020: CSK Beat Mumbai Indians By 5 Wickets In IPL Opener

    IPL 2020: CSK Beat Mumbai Indians By 5 Wickets In IPL Opener New Delhi: Half-centuries from Ambati Rayudu (71) and Faf du Plessis (58 not out), coupled with a blistering six-ball cameo from Sam Curran (18), helped last year's runners-up Chennai Super Kings (CSK) beat reigning champions Mumbai Indians (MI) by five wickets in the opening match of the Indian Premier League (IPL)...

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    After Coronavirus Cases Spike Monsoon Session Likely To End On Wednesday

    After Coronavirus Cases Spike Monsoon Session Likely To End On Wednesday New Delhi: Amid a surge in Covid-19 cases in the country, all political parties in a Business Advisory Committee (BAC) of Parliament on Saturday agreed to curtail the ongoing Monsoon Session as early as September 24. It is learned that all the parties agreed to end the session by Wednesday or...

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    Amid COVID-19 Crisis J&K Announces ₹ 1,350 Crore Economic Relief Package

    Amid COVID-19 Crisis J&K Announces ₹ 1,350 Crore Economic Relief Package New Delhi: Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha on Saturday approved a record Rs 1,350 package to spur growth in businesses and jobs in Jammu and Kashmir hit by terrorism and the coronavirus pandemic. The economic package will primarily act as a lifeline to distressed entities, self-employed...

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    Monsoon Session: Govt Withdraws 3 Labour Bills, Reintroduces With Fresh Provisions

    Monsoon Session: Govt Withdraws 3 Labour Bills, Reintroduces With Fresh Provisions New Delhi: The Centre on Saturday withdrew three Bills moved by the Labour Ministry in the Lok Sabha and reintroduced them with fresh labour code provisions as part of the labour reforms initiative. The Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code, 2019; Industrial...

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    97 Migrants Died On Shramik Trains During Lockdown Says Piyush Goyal

    97 Migrants Died On Shramik Trains During Lockdown Says Piyush Goyal New Delhi: Days after the government informed Parliament that it has no data on the death of migrant labourers, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal told the Rajya Sabha that 97 persons died while travelling on Shramik Special trains between May 1 and September 9. The Minister said that the national transporter...

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    India Recorded 93,337 New COVID-19 Cases & 1,247 Deaths In Last 24 hours

    India Recorded 93,337 New COVID-19 Cases & 1,247 Deaths In Last 24 hours New Delhi: Continuing with its massive daily spike, India recorded 93,337 coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, taking its overall tally across the 53-lakh mark, data from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare showed on Saturday. There were 1,247 deaths in a day as 53,08,014 cases were...

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    NIA Arrested 9 Al-Qaeda Militants In Multiple Raids In Bengal,Kerala

    NIA Arrested 9 Al-Qaeda Militants In Multiple Raids In Bengal, Kerala New Delhi: Following raids in West Bengal and Kerala, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday arrested nine militants linked with the Al Qaeda terror group, who were planning attacks at several key installations in Delhi-NCR, a spokesperson said. The NIA spokesperson said that the anti-terror...

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    Google Play Takes Down PayTM, Restores The App After Hours

    Google Play Takes Down PayTM, Restores The App After Hours New Delhi: In a dramatic turn of events, the Paytm app was back on Google Play store on Friday within a few hours of being pulled down due to alleged policy violations. Earlier in the day, Google had pulled down India's homegrown financial services company Paytm from its app store for running its promotional UPI cashback...

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    Sudarshan TV Row: Top Court Says "Free Speech, Not Hatred"

    Sudarshan TV Row: Supreme Court Says "Free Speech, Not Hatred" New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday, citing the Sudarshan News programme "UPSC Jihad", said there are many gaps in the self-regulation model of media, and as a consequence, the TV programme implicated the whole Muslim community as attempting to destabilise and take over the civil services. A bench...

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    Shopian Case: Army Inquiry Report For Disciplinary Action

    Shopian Case: Army Inquiry Report For Disciplinary Action(File Image) New Delhi: An internal inquiry ordered by the Army into the encounter killing of three persons in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir in July has held that the concerned security personnel had exceeded their powers under the AFSPA and recommended disciplinary proceedings. Imtiyaz Ahmad, Abrar Ahmad, and Mohammad...

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