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    Know all about the Jayalalithaa museum

    The memorial of the late Chief Minister Jayalalithaa is built in the shape of a phoenix at Chennai Marina Beach. It has a museum on the left and a knowledge park on the right. It was opened by Chief Minister Edappadi Palaniswami earlier this year. Upon entering the museum, a life size statue of Jayalalithaa made of silicon stands. One can also talk to this statue. The museum also features photographs...

    • 37 min ago
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    Kerala cricket team sparks controversy for its all Muslim players

    The recent announcement of the final list of players for the South Zone Junior tennis ball cricket tournament from Kerala has become an object of controversy because of the fact that it has only Muslims. Notably, the team coach and the manager are also Muslims. This was shared by BJP leader Sandeep Vachaspati with a satirical caption that said that this was not an...

    • 37 min ago
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    Kempegowda International Airport becomes first airport in South Asia to have disabled aircraft recovery kit

    Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru has become the first airport in India as well as in South Asia recently to have installed a disabled aircraft recovery kit, reports Financial Express. Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) was quoted as saying, "The kit includes ground preparation tools, de-bogging, aircraft...

    • 37 min ago
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    After row with Twitter and outrage over 'Tandav', Home Ministry issues new rules for social media, digital media and OTT platforms

    Following an online face-off with the microblogging site Twitter, the Home Ministry has issued a set of guidelines for social media platforms, online news media and Over-The-Top (OTT) platforms. Tweeting about this, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said, "All social media platforms have to abide by Indian laws. The...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    France summons Pakistan envoy to protest against statement made by President Arif Alvi

    The French government has not taken kindly to Pakistani President Arif Alvi's remark criticising the 'New French Counter Radicalism Law'. Alvi had said that the new French law, which supposedly cracks down on Islamic radicalism, stigmatises Muslims all over the world. However, he conveniently forgot about the blasphemy laws that are prevalent in...

    • 14 hrs ago
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    Nirav Modi loses case in UK court, paves way for extradition to India

    In a blow to stave off extradition to India, a UK extradition judge has ruled that fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi has a case to answer for in India. UK Extradition judge rules that fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi (in file photo) has a case to answer for in India pic.twitter.com/31fpnc6uHZ Nirav Modi has been fighting a nearly two-year-long legal battle to stop his...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    RSS worker killed by SDPI members in Kerala

    A worker of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) was brutally hacked to death allegedly by members of the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI). The SDPI is the political wing of Popular Front of India (PFI). The clash comes days after the PFI had held unauthorised rallies in minority-dominated districts in Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. In these rallies, people wearing the RSS uniform were...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    Indian pharma sector looking for ways to reduce dependency on China for API

    To ensure India reduces its dependency on China when it comes to Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs), Indian drug makers are now trying to either manufacture them in-house or source them from reliable local manufacturers. APIs are the chemical compounds that are used to make medicinal drugs. They give the drugs the intended effects. China supplied half of...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    Sabarimala: Fearing Hindu backlash, Pinarayi Vijayan withdraws cases filed against Hindus

    As the ruling Communist Party in Kerala starts to lose some of its cadre to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Pinarayi Vijayan led government has announced the withdrawal of cases filed against the agitators during the Sabarimala protests on the cusp of the Assembly election. This a clear move by the CPI(M) to pacify and soothe its Hindu voters, who...

    • 24 hrs ago
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    RaGa once again says he will create separate Ministry for fishermen which is already in existence

    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi who visited Kerala yesterday said that he would create separate ministry for fisheries if the party is voted to power at Centre. Speaking to fishermen at at Kollam's Thangassery beach, the Congress leader said "Just like our farmers farm the land, you farm the sea. Farmers have a Ministry in Delhi, you...

    • 24 hrs ago

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