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Need travel ideas for April? 29.3.2017 Rediff: GetAhead
From Srinagar to Goa, we'll tell you the places to head to this month.
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UP's anti-abattoir drive could cripple revenue- and job-generating sectors 29.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The closure of Uttar Pradesh's slaughterhouses could leave a couple of million people jobless in the state, affect its allied industries and choke small but important revenue streams for its poor farmers, especially in drought-prone areas, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of available data on India's meat, leather and livestock industries.
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Mumbai: After three months of investigation, police solve murder case of 12-year-old boy 28.3.2017 India Today| Must Read
On January 7, the accused with the help of his family abandoned the body stuffed in a suitcase near Mumbai's Lokmanya Tilak Terminus.
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CAG to audit fallout of demonetisation 26.3.2017 BusinessLine - Economy
May look into expenditure on printing of notes, RBI dividend payout and banking transaction data.
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CAG to audit fallout of demonetisation 26.3.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
The CAG audit may look into expenditure on printing of notes, RBI dividend payout and banking transaction data.
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PM Modi, India's social media star, struggles to get government online 25.3.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
Narendra Modi is the most followed world leader on social media
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Vasai school student's petition in HC against MSRTC move to scrap buses admitted 24.3.2017 TOI: Mumbai
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With increasing urbanisation, new nutrition challenges 24.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The world has vowed to eliminate poverty and hunger by 2030 as part of 169 sustainable development goals adopted in 2015. Yet, increasing urbanisation is posing new challenges to progress, according to a new report, and India is particularly vulnerable because it faces the twin burden of under- and over-nutrition.
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First day at work: Strict decisions, new rules & cleanliness oaths 24.3.2017 TOI: Lucknow Times
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4G expansion in rural areas to drive broadband growth: Nokia 24.3.2017 ET: Infotech
According to Nokia’s Mobile Broadband Index study, the significance and usage of regional/vernacular content is expected to increase as 4G and 3G networks expand.
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Ex-sepoy gets life for killing teacher 22.3.2017 Gurgaon - City - The Times of India
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Why India needs more male health workers -- to tackle maternal-health crisis 22.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Female health workers are the primary drivers of maternal health initiatives, but male health workers (MHWs) could complement their services significantly, according to a 2015 research study conducted in rural Odisha.
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Indo-Kenyan Chef Kiran Jethwa takes TV viewers on spirited journey through India 22.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
He's quite a citizen of the world, what with being born in Kenya to an English mother and Indian father, whose roots are in Gujarat, and whose grandmother was from Daman and Diu. Just the right genes for Chef Kiran Jethwa to transport television viewers across the country with his "Spirited Traveller" show that highlights Indian culture through its local drinks and food.
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Indian maternal health-care needs more male workers. Here's why 22.3.2017 Top Stories
There are no male health workers in 48% of health sub-centres in Indian villages
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Rains hit 40% of state's Alphonso mango crop, production takes a hit 21.3.2017 deccanherald.com
There is likely to be a shortage of the most preferred mango variety Alphonso this season. Kadregowda, managing director, Karnataka State Mango Development and Marketing Corporation Ltd (KSMDMCL), during a media interaction on Tuesday said the sudden rainfall in February and March has destroyed the Alphonso crop in parts of north Karnataka like Belagavi and in Bengaluru Rural, Kolar and Ramanagaram. This will not only effect the domestic market, but exports also. However, the Banganapalle and Mallika crops are picking up and this could substitute Alphonso exports. However, Alphonso is the first choice in the export market, especially in the European and Gulf countries. "Around 30 to 40% of the Alphonso crop has been damaged. Of the two lakh hectares under mango cultivation in Karnataka, around 60,000 ha is under Alphonso production. Of this, around 10,000 ha was affected by the cyclonic rainfall. We have lost around two to three lakh metric tonnes of Alphonso crop this year," he said. Last year, 6,750 ...
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Class VII boy moves HC over plan to scrap MSRTC bus 21.3.2017 TOI: Mumbai
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Reader’s Mail-TVL 20.3.2017 Hindu: News
Don’t burn wastesThough non-decomposable waste is collected at every doorstep on Wednesdays by conservancy workers of Tirunelveli Municipal Corporation, the other waste collected by them on other days...
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Reader’s Mail 20.3.2017 Hindu: News
Credit money within three daysFarmers used to sell paddy through direct procurement centres and get the payment in one or two days in cash. Now the system has been changed and the money is being credi...
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Goa: As CM, Parrikar faces law and order, illegal mining, unemployment 20.3.2017 Top Stories
Lately, Goa has been in the news for frighteningly violent crimes against tourists, including rape
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'Power, sugarcane arrears, Bundelkhand top issues for UP CM' 19.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Listing immediate challenges for the incoming BJP government in Uttar Pradesh, industry body Assocham on Sunday said the new administration needs to ensure better electricity, give urgent relief to Bundelkhand and find a lasting solution to the issue of sugarcane arrears to farmers.
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