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    Coal Handling At Mormugao Port Trust To Be Reduced By 50%: Goa CM

    Amid the anti-coal protests in Goa by multiple NGOs and opposition parties, Goa Chief Minister Promod Sawant confirmed that coal handling at the Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) would be reduced by 50 per cent. Sawant said the government would introduce alternative tourism projects, including the launching of a Roll On Roll Off (RORO) ferry services from MPT to Fort Aguada and Old Goa....

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    Bengaluru: 62-Year-Old Temple Priest Arrested For Raping 10-Year-Old Girl

    A 62-year-old temple priest was arrested for raping a minor girl inside his daughter's house in Devanahalli near Bengaluru, the police said. Venkataramanappa was visiting his daughter who lives with her husband in a house located within the Chowdeshwari temple premises, reported Deccan Herald. He lives with his wife in Chikkaballapura. His two daughters are married...

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    Gujarat: Woman, Three Minors Arrested For Insulting National Flag

    A 30-year-old woman, along with her 10-year-old son and two of his friends were booked for allegedly hosting the national flag with Islamic inscriptions at Umreth in Gujarat's Anand district on Wednesday. The three minors were sent to juvenile. According to the Police, all four were detained for hoisting a distorted tricolour at their residence at Kadiyaval in Umreth, The...

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    Hyderabad GHMC Elections: 49 Candidates Contesting Have Criminal Records, BJP With Maximum Number

    As many as 49 candidates contesting from four major political parties in the upcoming Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) elections have pending criminal cases against them. This was revealed in the analysis done by the Hyderabad-based NGO, Forum for Good Governance (FGG). Nearly 1,825 candidates, from 150 wards of the civic body's...

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    Constitution Day 2020: Unique Features Of Indian Constitution

    On November 26, 1949, the masterminds of the constituent assembly who envisaged Indian future in a certain way adopted the most extended handwritten document what we call the "Constitution of India"- which is unique both in terms of content and spirit. From then on, every year on November 26, Constitution Day (National Law Day), also known as Samvidhan Divas, is observed to...

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    'Ban On Firecrackers An Example Of Judicial Outreach': Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu

    Raising concerns over some of the recent judicial pronouncements, Vice-President M. Venkaiah Naidu spoke about "judicial overreach" and said that it has has led to questions over whether the judiciary was barging into the domains of the legislative and the executive. Speaking at the inaugural session of the 80th All India Conference of Presiding...

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    At 39% Bribery Rate, India Is Asia's Most Corrupt Country

    India has emerged as the nation with the highest bribery rate of 39% in the Asian region, according to a survey by global civil society organisation Transparency International. According to the survey, India has the highest number of people who use 'personal connections' to gain access to public services. "India has the highest overall bribery rate (39%) and highest rate of...

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    Police Use Water Cannons On Farmers Marching Towards Delhi In Harsh Temperatures

    Haryana police has set up barricades and deployed water cannons across the state to stop farmers protesting and marching towards Delhi. Farmers across several states have been protesting against the Centre's new farm laws. After moving ahead of barricades in Ambala, hundreds of farmers faced water cannons at Kurukshetra. Several visuals from the spot show jets...

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    Drastic Drop In Citation Of Supreme Court Judgments By Foreign Courts Post 2014, Study Reveals

    There has been a constant drop in the international credibility of the Supreme Court of India, a new study on foreign court citations of Indian judgments has revealed. The research was based on judgments of 43 nations and identified the pattern of citations of the Supreme Court of India's judgments, lawyer and independent legal researcher Mitali...

    • 23 hrs ago
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    All You Need To Know About Astrazeneca-Oxford Vaccine

    The Swedish-British pharma major AstraZeneca in partnership with the University of Oxford on Monday reported robust efficacy of up to 90% for the jointly developed COVID-19 vaccine candidate, AZD1222. With this, the company becomes the third pharmaceutical firm to report promising vaccine news, following Pfizer and Moderna. The announcement paves the way for the company and its Indian...

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