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    Cosmopolitan Hospital, its doctors asked to pay Rs 12 lakh as compensation to woman who lost baby

    New Delhi | Apex consumer commission has directed a Kerala hospital and two of its doctors to pay Rs 12 lakh as compensation to a woman for medical negligence leading to the death of her unborn baby in 2009. The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) has asked Cosmopolitan Hospital, Thiruvananthapuram and its doctors Subhardra Nair...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    'They say nothing stays the same' bags 'Suvarna Chakoram' award

    Thiruvananthapuram | Japanese movie 'They Say Nothing Stays the Same', directed by actor and musician Joe Odagiri bagged the 'Suvarna Chakoram' (The Golden Crow Pheasant) award at the 24rd edition of the International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK). The movie recites a poetic tale of idyllic rural life being threatened by change in an uncompromising visual style....

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Raphael Messi Bouli 2 goals help Kerala Blasters draw against Jamshedpur

    Kochi | Raphael Messi Bouli struck twice in the last 15 minutes to eke out a 2-2 draw for Kerala Blasters against Jamshedpur in an Indian Super League clash here on Friday. Kerala had the better chances to score but it was a Piti (38') penalty that broke the deadlock. CK Vineeth (71') added the visitor's second before Raphael Messi Bouli scored a brace...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    RJD calls for Bihar bandh on Dec 21 in protest against citizenship law

    Patna | Lalu Prasad's Rashtriya Janata Dal has given call for a Bihar bandh on December 21 in protest against the amended Citizenship Act, alleging that it has blown the Constitution to smithereens. Tejashwi Yadav, Prasad's younger son and heir apparent, made the announcement late on Friday night, urging all political and non-political outfits having "faith in...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Protests against citizenship law continue in Bengal, road and rail blockade at several places

    Kolkata | Road and rail blockades continued in different parts of West Bengal on Saturday by people protesting against the amended Citizenship Act. Incidents of violence were reported from Murshidabad and North 24 Paraganas districts, and rural Howrah, police said. The National Highway 34, one of the arterial roads that connect north and south Bengal,...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Curfew relaxed in Shillong from 10 am to 7 pm

    Shillong | The curfew, imposed in parts of the city amid violent protests against the amended Citizenship Act, was relaxed on Saturday from 10 am to 7 pm as the law and order situation improved, officials said. Offices and a few shops have opened in the state capital, said East Khasi Hills district deputy commissioner M W Nongbri. "The curfew has been relaxed due to the improved law and order...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Curfew relaxed in Guwahati from 9 am to 4 pm

    Guwahati | The curfew, imposed in Guwahati amid protests against the amended Citizenship Act, was relaxed on Saturday from 9 am to 4pm, police said. Long queues were seen outside shops at several places, including Dispur, Uzan Bazar, Chandmari, Silpukhuri and Zoo Road. Auto-rickshaws and cycle-rickshaws were plying across the city. However, buses were off roads. Petrol pumps in the city have also...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    BCCI confirms Shardul Thakur as Bhuvneshwar's replacement for West Indies ODIs

    Chennai | Mumbai pacer Shardul Thakur has been named as replacement for the injured Bhuvneshwar Kumar for the three-match ODI series against West Indies, beginning here on Sunday. A BCCI press release on Saturday said the All-India Senior Selection Committee has named Thakur as replacement for the injured Bhuvneshwar for the upcoming Paytm ODI series against West...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Jamia students' march turns violent

    New Delhi | A march by Left-wing students belonging to Jamia Millia Islamia university to Parliament turned violent on Friday after Delhi police in a bid to stop the protest lathi-charged the protestors.  The students belonging to the All India Students' Association (AISA) were protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Bill, which has now become a law.  Several media personnel were also injured in the...

    • 2 days ago
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    Andhra Assembly passes Bill for death to rapists

    Amaravati | Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly on Friday unanimously passed two Bills, providing death penalty for rapists in cases where there is conclusive evidence and for stringent punishment in cases of other sexual offences against women and children. The Andhra Pradesh Disha Bill-Criminal Law (Andhra Pradesh Amendment) Bill 2019 amending the India Penal Code, says that all cases regarding...

    • 2 days ago

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