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    LIC AE Recruitment: Applications invited to fill up 50 vacancies

    Mumbai: Notification for LIC AE recruitment was issued on 25th February 2020. The last date for submission of applications is 15th March 2020. As per the notification, Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) invited applications from eligible Indian Citizens to fill up vacancies of the 'Assistant Engineer' (AE) post. Out of the total 50 vacancies, there are 29 vacancies of AE (civil)...

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    Isn't lodging of FIRs against the culprits an urgent matter?: HC

    New Delhi: Solicitor General Tushar Mehta on Wednesday vehemently defended in the Delhi High Court the non-registration of FIRs by Delhi Police on allegations of hate speeches made by politicians. 'Isn't lodging of FIRs against the culprits an urgent matter?', Justice Muralidhar asked denying the request for adjournment. The SG said that the petitioner Harsh Mander was selectively...

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    Wikipedia, TikTok face trouble with new Indian data rules

    New Delhi, Feb 26 (IANS) With the window to submit comments on India's proposed personal data protection law closing on Tuesday, a period of anxious wait for final version of the Bill started for social media firms. This comes even as global Internet companies have called on the government for improved transparency related to intermediary Guidelines (Amendment) Rules and allay fears...

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    How violence spread to maze of lanes in North-East Delhi

    Abhishek Dey Around 7 pm on Tuesday, a large posse of security personnel marched towards Chand Bagh, a Muslim-dominated locality in north-east Delhi, as reports of violence reached their wireless sets. In another half-hour, an armed mob gathered near a petrol pump in Gokalpuri and torched two vehicles, forcing the police to send a fresh deployment in the neighbourhood, less than 2km from...

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    Nawaz Sharif declared 'absconder' for violating bail terms

    Islamabad: Islamabad on Tuesday declared former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif an absconder while simultaneously denying extending bail to him. The federal cabinet presided over by Prime Minister Imran Khan, cited that Sharif failed to provide required medical reports and has violated the bail terms. The government has also decided to freeze gas and electricity tariffs for the next four...

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    Delhi: Chand Bagh Muslims protect temple by forming human chain

    NEW DELHI: After three days of violence in northeast Delhi, the area's residents gave a message of harmony and brotherhood by saving a temple from being vandalised. The incident was reported from Chand Bagh, one of the worst-affected areas, where Saleem (67) and several other local residents formed a human chain around a temple and saved it. 'It would have been shameful for us if...

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    MANUU VC Dr Aslam Parvaiz's resignation accepted

    Hyderabad: The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has accepted the resignation of Vice-Chancellor Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz. The ministry informed the Registrar of the university about the acceptance of the resignation in an official communication. Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz had tendered his resignation to the Visitor of the university, the...

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    India's image at stake: KTR on Delhi violence

    Hyderabad: Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Working President K.T. Rama Rao on Tuesday said that violence in Delhi is painful reminder of how hypersensitive and vulnerable India is. 'The violence in national capital is a painful reminder to all of us Indians how hypersensitive & vulnerable a nation we are,' tweeted Rama Rao, who is also a senior minister in the cabinet of his father, Chief...

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    Delhi violence: Kejriwal wants Army deployment, MHA says no

    New Delhi: Violence over Citizenship law has intensified in Delhi with the death toll crossing 20 leaving more than 200 injured. Keeping in view the increase in death rate, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has called on Army to control the situation. In a meeting chaired by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday, the Ministry of Home Affairs declined the army deployment in the...

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    Sonia holds Shah, Kejriwal responsible for Delhi flare-up

    New Delhi: Calling the recent violence in Delhi as 'planned conspiracy', Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday demanded Union Home Minister Amit Shah's resignation over the clashes that left 20 people dead in two days. 'CWC (Congress Working Committee) believes Home Minister and Centre is responsible. The Home Minister should tender his resignation with immediate effect,' the Congress party's...

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