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    Sikkim reports 179 new COVID-19 cases, 5 more deaths

    Gangtok: Sikkim reported 179 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, pushing the caseload to 26,311, a health department bulletin said on Friday. The state reported five more coronavirus deaths in the past 24 hours, taking the death toll to 342, it said. Sikkim now has 3,302 active cases, while 269 others have migrated to other states, and 22,398 people have recovered from the infection....

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    NE MPs Forum appeals to Assam, Mizoram to ensure peace along border

    New Delhi: The North East MPs Forum Friday appealed to the governments of Assam and Mizoram to ensure peace and tranquillity along their interstate border, and also urged the people of the region to remain united and live in a sisterly manner. In a joint statement, the North East MPs Forum Chairman and Union minister Kiren Rijiju and General Secretary and MP from Shillong...

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    'One Nation One Ration Card' violates Article 371F? Sikkim Oppn leaders speak out

    Gangtok: A day after Sikkim government implemented 'One Nation One Ration Card (ONORC)' in the state, opposition leaders have sharply reacted to scheme saying it will violate Article 371F of the Indian Constitution and open migrant settlements in the state. Article 371F of the Constitution of India provides special status to the Himalayan state of...

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    Manipur body writes to PM for COVID relief materials to Myanmar

    Guwahati: In a bid to help Myanmar, which is dealing with an unexpected COVID-19 crisis amid the military coup, a non-profit society, the Apunba Imagi Machasing (AIMS) of Manipur has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to provide emergency relief materials to the neighbouring country. In the letter, Dr Atom Sunil Singh, Director, AIMS said, "Under your [PM Narendra Modi]...

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    Condom to fix kayak: DIY by Olympic gold medalist Jessica Fox is winning the internet

    A quick-fix video of Australian slalom canoeist Jessica Fox, who won a bronze and a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 is going viral. What is breaking the internet is the fact that she is fixing her kayak with a condom. In a video posted on Tik Tok, a man can be seen placing a mixture of carbon in front of the kayak before sliding a condom in front of it....

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    What is the LLP Amendment Bill 2021?

    Cabinet has given approval to LLP Amendment Bill, 2021 on Wednesday, July 28. This will be the first time that changes are being made to the Act since it came into effect in 2009. Continuing efforts to foster ease of doing business as well as to encourage the startups ecosystem, the Cabinet has approved LLP Amendment Bill, 2021. They have made 30 amendments to the LLP Act 2008 by LLP Amendment Bill 2021. ...

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    Nameless vests: Mary Kom says deliberate ploy to disturb

    Tokyo: The absence of their own and the country's name on some Indian boxers' vests in the Olympics has caused a small furore here after the legendary M C Mary Kom alleged that she was forced to change minutes before her last-16 bout without proper explanation from the organisers. Mary Kom on Thursday and Lovlina Borgohain on Friday fought in uniforms which neither featured...

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    Assam CM must realise he cannot 'win' the border issue against us Mizos

    On Saturday, July 24, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and his team arrived in Shillong for a meeting with all the Chief Ministers of the North Eastern States for two days. The meeting, under the chairmanship of Amit Shah, was looked upon with high expectations by the people of the region, particularly on the issue of how interstate boundary disputes would be solved. Media...

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    Ancestral houses of Raj Kapoor, Dilip Kumar damaged in Peshawar rains

    Peshawar: Heavy monsoon rains have damaged the ancestral houses of legendary Indian film actors Raj Kapoor and Dilip Kumar located in Pakistan's Peshawar city. The ancestral houses, already in dilapidated condition, were taken over by the Pakistan government, which had declared them as national heritage and completed all the formalities to convert them into museums in...

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    India beat Japan 5-3 to end pool engagements on a high in Olympic men's hockey

    Tokyo: The Indian men's hockey team registered a comprehensive 5-3 win over hosts Japan to cement its quarterfinal spot with a second-place finish in Pool A at the Olympics here on Friday. Already assured of a quarterfinal berth going into the match, India scored through Gurjant Singh (17th, 56th), Harmanpreet Singh (13th), Shamsher Singh (34th) and Nilakanta...

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