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    'Mann Ki Baat': Modi stresses on water conservation

    New Delhi, Feb 28 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday appealed to the people to start a 100-day 'Catch the Rain' campaign to conserve water ahead of the summer. Addressing the country in his monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat', the Prime Minister said 'this is the best time to think about water conservation in the summer months ahead'. 'Rain begins in many parts of India in May-June....

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    Amitabh hints at getting a surgery for medical condition, leaves fans concerned

    Amitabh Bachchan has written about undergoing a surgery for a medical condition on his blog. The actor took to his blog on Saturday night and simply wrote, 'Medical condition .. surgery .. can't write.' Around midnight, he shared a picture of himself with his hand on his cheek and wrote in caption, '!!!!!! ?????' keeping his fans guessing about his health. On...

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    Delhi riots: A year later, over 3,500 granted bail

    New Delhi, Feb 28 : Exactly a year after communal clashes broke out in North-East Delhi as violence between the Citizenship (Amendment) Act supporters and protesters spiralled out of control, data collected from the designated trial courts showed that over 3,500 people have been granted bail and 73 charge sheets have been taken cognisance of. The clash snowballed into full-fledged rioting in the...

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    Mohammad Azharuddin's interesting idea to help batsmen on 'rank turners'

    Batsmen from both India and England struggled on the spinning surface of the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, the venue which hosted the third Test of the series. The Day/Night Test would see England post totals of 112 and 81, while India were all out for 145 in their first innings. 19 of the 20 England wickets to fall went to R Ashwin, Axar Patel and Washington Sundar...

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    PM Modi belongs to capitalists: Ajit Singh

    Baghpat (UP) : RLD chief Chaudhary Ajit Singh on Saturday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of belonging to capitalists and working for them while showing dreams and telling lies to people. Singh made the acerbic remarks while addressing a farmers' meeting at Shri Jawahar Inter College, Bamnoli near here. The former Union minister also attacked the Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government and...

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    More tests for Covid-19 needed, says WHO chief scientist

    Chief scientist of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Soumya Swaminathan on Saturday said there should be more Covid-19 tests as there was heterogeneity (on testing methods) among the states. 'Testing is really an important issue. At the beginning, WHO found that many countries did not have diagnostics and those which had it was not enough. In fact we found out that diagnostics was lower...

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    New Social Media Rules Lack Parliament's Assent, Bureaucrats May Misuse Vast Powers: Congress

    New Delhi: The Congress Saturday alleged the government has brought 'non-statutory' guidelines without Parliament's assent to control social media platforms, saying vast powers have been given to bureaucrats which could be misused. Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi did say social media cannot be left unregulated, but added no attempt should be made...

    • 6 hrs ago
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    Fuel prices record 16th hike this month

    Oil companies on Saturday raised petrol prices by 24 paise per litre and diesel by 15 paise a litre, making the two fuels costlier by ₹4.87 per litre and ₹4.99 in just one month. With the 16th price hike in the current month, petrol was sold at record ₹91.17 per litre in Delhi on Saturday and diesel at ₹81.47 a litre, just 50 paise short of the all-time high. Diesel was sold at record ₹81.94 per...

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    Why Russian Diplomats Returned From North Korea On Rail Trolley

    Seoul, South Korea: Eight Russian diplomats and family members — the youngest of them a three-year-old girl — have arrived home from North Korea on a hand-pushed rail trolley due to Pyongyang's coronavirus restrictions. Video posted on Russia's foreign ministry's verified Telegram account showed the trolley, laden with suitcases and women, being pushed across a border...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    RSS has destroyed institutions and free press: Rahul Gandhi

    Congress leader and former AICC president Rahul Gandhi has charged that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh(RSS) has destroyed the free press and institutions in the country in a systematic manner over the past six years. He was addressing a meeting of advocates at VO Chidambaram college hall, Tuticorn, on Saturday. He said the nation is held together by institutions including elected...

    • 9 hrs ago

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