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    JNUSU requests students to continue registration boycott

    Team MP New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) on Sunday requested the students to continue their protest against the fee hike and boycott the registration process. In a statement, the students union tried to assure the students that they are also finding all legal measures against the illegally passed IHA manual. "It is unequivocally evident that the...

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    Two held for duping 70 on job pretext

    MPost New Delhi: Delhi Police on Sunday arrested two persons who cheated over 70 people of more than Rs 1 crore on the pretext of job in foreign country. Police identified the accused as Firoz Alam (45) and Abir Poilan (34). They were nabbed near Khizarabad area. Deputy Commissioner of Police (south east) Chinmoy Biswal said that Alam disclosed that he used to send people abroad for job. His associates...

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    Maha, K'taka CMs and Pawar should meet over Belgaum dispute: Sanjay Raut

    MPost Mumbai: Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Sunday said chief ministers of Maharashtra and Karnataka and NCP supremo Sharad Pawar should meet to resolve demands of Marathi-speaking people of Belgaum and nearby areas. He also said that both the states should accept ruling of the Supreme Court, where a case over the issue is pending since many years.

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    Duty-free alcohol purchase may be restricted to 1 bottle

    Team MP New Delhi: The Commerce Ministry has recommended restricting the purchase of tax-free alcohol to one bottle at duty-free shops as part of steps to reduce import of non-essential goods, sources said. The ministry has also recommended to its finance counterpart that the purchase of cigarette cartons at duty-free shops should be prohibited, they said. These recommendations are...

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    Kerala won't implement 'whims and fancies' of RSS, says CM

    Team MP Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Sunday lashed out at the Centre over the 'controversial' CAA and said the state would not implement the 'whims and fancies' of the RSS, but would uphold the values of the Constitution. Vijayan, addressing a massive anti-CAA rally, made it clear that the Left-ruled state would never implement the...

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    AAP promises clean Yamuna, world-class transport system

    Team MP New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal released the "Guarantee Card" on Sunday listing 10 promises that AAP will deliver on if it is elected to rule Delhi again. These 10 promises include health care, quality education, water, women safety, transport, pollution-free Delhi, basic facilities in unauthorised colonies, pakka houses in place of slums and 24x7 power...

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    CAA, NRC internal matters of India but Act was not necessary

    Agencies Dubai: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has termed the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) as "internal matters" of India, but at the same time said the act was "not necessary". "We don't understand why (the Indian government) did it. It was not necessary," Hasina said in an interview,...

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    Liberal democracy institutions must defend Constitution: Manmohan Singh

    Agencies New Delhi: Institutions of India's liberal democracy need to be strengthened and must assert themselves in defence of the Constitution, former prime minister Manmohan Singh said on Sunday amid nationwide protests against the amended citizenship law. Young people have recently reminded the country that freedom is best secured in the custody of enlightened...

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    JNUSU to move High Court today for quashing new hostel manual

    MPost New Delhi: The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union on Sunday said it will approach the Delhi High Court on January 20 seeking a direction for quashing the new hostel manual which has provisions for fee hike. In a statement, the students' body said it will be filing the plea on Monday against the Inter-Hall Administration manual which, it claimed, was passed...

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    March, FIRs and solidarity: Protests against CAA continue at Shaheen Bagh

    Team MP New Delhi: Peaceful protests at Shaheen Bagh continued on Sunday, with scores of people joining in a candlelight march, which started from Jamia Millia Islamia. Scores of people joined the march from Jamia to Shaheen Bagh, where many people switched on the torches of their phones and raised slogans. Both Jamia and Shaheen Bagh have been witnessing peaceful...

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