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    Coronavirus : International Labour Organisation survey reveals shocking information

    International Labour Organisation has called on the world governments to re-integrate into the labour market those who have lost their jobs or who have experienced a reduction in working hours.The ILO has asked governments to ensure youth access to unemployment insurance benefits, and measures to boost their mental health. The survey by the labour organisation...

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    Passenger train derails ; Three killed, several injured

    Scotland : Three people have died after a passenger train derailed in Aberdeenshire, northeast Scotland, following heavy rain and a landslip in the area. British Transport Police said in a statement that "despite the best efforts of paramedics, we can confirm that three people have been pronounced dead at the scene." The statement confirmed that the train's driver was among...

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    Aam Aadmi Party suspends former MLA for anti-Hindu post on FB

    New Delhi: Former Rajouri Garden MLA Jarnail Singh sparked a row after he posted blasphemous post disrespecting Hindu Gods on Facebook. However, Singh claimed the post was accidentally made by his younger son who was handling his phone during an online class. The decision to suspend the former MLA was taken during the meeting of the AAP's PAC. "The Sikh community is also...

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    Chinese brand Xiaomi launches it's first transparent TV : Price and Features

    Xiaomi on Tuesday launched it's first transparent TV. This isn't a concept product and it is scheduled to go on sale from August 16 in China. There's no word on its global availability yet. Xiaomi's transparent TV made quite the buzz at the company's 10th anniversary event. Xiaomi also launched the Redmi K30 Ultra and Mi 10 Ultra. But the...

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    J&K : LeT terror funding module busted, 3 arrested

    Srinagar : Police on Wednesday busted a terror funding module from North Kashmir's Bandipore district, with the arrest of three persons, officials said. Police said based on a tip-off, a terror funding module of proscribed terror outfit LeT was busted and three persons were arrested. They have been identified as Irshad Ahmad Sheikh, a resident of Chittibandy Aragam, Mohammad Junaid Wani, a...

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    Coronavirus : State Govt changes lockdown dates again, opposition fumes

    West Bengal : Mamata Banerjee government announced on Wednesday new lockdown dates yet again. The lockdown in Bengal, which was first supposed to be a bi-weekly one, has been changed several times now. According to a cited difficulties in conducting banking operations on the last two days of the months as reasons to change the dates again. The lockdown announced on August...

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    Sushant Singh Rajput's Death : ED Seizes mobile phones and electronic gadgets of Rhea Chakraborty and her family

    Mumbai : Enforcement Directorate (ED), probing the money laundering case in connection with late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, has seized the mobile phones of his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty, her brother Showik, and her father Indrajit, sources said on Wednesday. According to top ED sources, the agency has also collected other...

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    Customs seize narcotics worth Rs 1.65 crore

    Chennai : Two postal parcels from Belgium and Netherlands containing narcotics were detained by Customs, said Commissioner of Customs, Chennai International Airport on Wednesday. In a statement issued here the Customs said two postal parcels from Belgium and Netherlands containing a total of 5,210 ecstasy pills, 100 grams of MDMA crystals and one gram of methaqualone valued at Rs 1.65 crore. The parcel...

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    Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Hafeez to isolate after breaching bio-secure bubble

    Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed that senior all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez breached of the COVID-19 protocol during the ongoing Test series between England and Pakistan and has been asked to isolate away from the rest of the squad. Players from both sides have been asked to remain in a bio-secure environment and follow all guidelines imposed by the England...

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    Muslim man named son born on Janmashtami as Krishna

    Indore: In a rare example of communal harmony, Aziz Khan, a Muslim living in Madhya Pradesh's Indore, gave a Hindu name to his son about 12 years ago.The child, born on the day of Janmashtami, was named Krishna. Khan said that initially his family members protested against the name, but later they agreed to it. Khan said: "About 12 years ago on August 23, 2008, my wife delivered a...

    • 11 hrs ago

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