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Section of Shillong cabbies resort to arbitrary fare hike 12.11.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: In a trend which is quite common in Shillong, many of the local taxi drivers in the city have once again increased their fares without any official notification from the State Government. It is quite common in Shillong to see many local taxis plying with their own rates and Government rates exists only in […]
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Goa airport has become a money making racket: Reginald 12.11.2019 Video News – The Navhind Times
Congress MLA Alexio Reginaldo Lourenco on Tuesday alleged that Dabolim Airport has turned into a money making rackat. He has demanded an inquiry against the former airport director blaming him.   Reginald said that there are many airports in Goa who do not charge to entry free. He said that he had a list of these …
Former NRC coordinator Hajela leaves Assam 12.11.2019 The Shillong Times
GUWAHATI: Former coordinator of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam, Prateek Hajela on Tuesday left for his home state, Madhya Pradesh with the hope of returning to Assam after three years. The Supreme Court had last month ordered Hajela’s inter-cadre transfer to Madhya Pradesh for maximum period permissible. The Assam government on Saturday appointed […]
Hong Kong: School, varsities remain shut; agitators struck transport 12.11.2019 Central Chronicle
Hong Kong, Some schools and varsities here were closed on Tuesday as a precautionary measure over safety fears, as protests took place across the territory. Hong Kong protesters struck the city’s transport network for the second consecutive day, BBC reported. The protestors blocked roads and held up subway trains, sparking clashes with police and renewing […]
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Train services resume in Kashmir 12.11.2019 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
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Uber chief terms Jamal Khashoggi's murder a 'mistake', apologises after uproar 12.11.2019 World News | Live Coverage And Latest Breaking International News From All Over The World
Khosrowshahi later said he regretted his comments, made during an interview with Axios on HBO.
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'Pilot's cap, painted toenails': LiLou, world's first airport therapy pig, at San Francisco 12.11.2019 World News | Live Coverage And Latest Breaking International News From All Over The World
She raises a hoof in greeting, poses for selfies and entertains departing passengers with a tune on her toy piano.
American woman creates scene at Islamabad airport in protest 12.11.2019 PTI: All news
American woman creates scene at Islamabad airport in protest
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16 hurt as 2 trains collide in Hyderabad, driver rescued 12.11.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The express train, which was on the first line, was given a green signal to move from line 1 to line 3, so that it could enter platform no 3.
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Street waste segregation stations on cards in Panaji 12.11.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Panaji: The Corporation of City of Panaji (CCP) is likely to install street waste segregation stations in the city to avoid littering on footpaths, roads and other spots, stated city mayor Uday Madkaikar. Speaking to ‘The Navhind Times’, Madkaikar said that street waste segregation station comprises of two parts that includes digital screen on top …
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Collector refers CCP’s 24-hour pay parking proposal to police dept 12.11.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Panaji: The District Collector R Menaka has referred the proposal of the Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP) for starting 24-hour pay parking system in the city to the police department for seeking its suggestion. There will be no free parking on nine road stretches in the city, not even outside one’s own house, …
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7 Bengaluru flights diverted to city 12.11.2019
Hyderabad, Bengaluru: Seven flights were diverted to the city airport from Bengaluru due to poor visibility caused by fog there. It is standard practice to divert flights to nearby airports when they cannot land at the destination, Several flights were delayed at the Kempe Gowda International Airport on Monday due to poor visibility caused by fog. The arrival and departure of 56 flights was delayed while 11 flights were diverted. Over 100 flights had been delayed on Sunday morning too due to the fog. The four aircraft which were diverted to Hyderabad were later flown back to Bengaluru after the weather cleared. KIA sources said that on Monday morning, fog had descended on the runway causing poor visibility conditions. Twenty-two flights that were ready to take off were delayed, while 16 arrival flights were affected. Seven flights were delayed due to holding point congestion. Of the 11 flights diverted, three were sent to Chennai, seven to Hyderabad and one to ...
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Hyderabad: Technical glitch delays bids for road repair works 12.11.2019
Hyderabad: The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation bidding for annual road maintenance has been postponed for a week due to technical reasons. Authorities claimed that unlike the regular tender process, zone wise bids were floated, which requires a specified proforma which holds one particular executive engineer accountable among the many present in the zone. A GHMC official said that earlier work was divided among several engineers in a particular circle and zone. But now the corporation has invited zone wise bids, but forgot to mention it when floating the tenders. Corrections in the proforma will be made and bids will be opened on November 15. Officials said that due to this technical reason, the tender finalisation will be extended for a week and work will start in the second week of December. (A proforma is an invoice issued before an order is placed giving all the details and the cost.)   A total of 401 stretches of road covering 709.5 km will be handed over for private maintenance, with a ...
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Goa’s traffic sentinels swell up to 7,775 12.11.2019 The Navhind Times
Over 1.85 lakh cases of traffic violations booked Panaji: The traffic sentinel scheme of Goa police, which has completed two years, has so far 7,775 registered members or sentinels. The scheme was launched on November 10, 2017, and the related notification was issued in November 2018. So far, over 1.85 lakh cases of traffic violations …
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Strides of Pride 12.11.2019 Buzz – The Navhind Times
Goa Rainbow Trust’s third pride parade, Pride De Goa 2019 attracted a large number of people including members from the LGBTQ community, locals and foreigners. The parade that began at Panaji Ferry Point made its way to Miramar Beach. Like always, the parade was sprinkled with posters and placards, slogans being voiced out, dances to …
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India and Bangaldesh Test squad arrive in Indore for the first Test 11.11.2019 Sports News India | Get The Latest And Breaking News From Cricket, Football, Tennis Hockey And Other Sports.
Cricket lovers flocked to the airport to get a glimpse of their favourite stars, an official said.
Tablighi Ijtima: This time 42 parking lots on 223 acres to be set up 11.11.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, 72nd Almi Tablighi Ijtima will be unique in many ways this time. Comprehensive changes have been made in the arrangements compared to earlier. Ijtima’s theme from November 22 to 25 is ‘Clean Ijtima-Green and pollution-free Ijtima’. Large number of volunteers are engaged here day and night to give it a physical appearance. For the […]
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India, Bangladesh teams arrive in Indore for first Test 11.11.2019

Indore: The India and Bangladesh cricket teams arrived in Indore in Madhya Pradesh on Monday for the first Test scheduled to start on November 14.

The two squads reached Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport by a special plane from Nagpur, where they played the third and final T20 International on Sunday, and then headed for their respective hotels here, an MP Cricket Association (MPCA) official said.

Cricket lovers flocked to the airport to get a glimpse of their favourite stars, an official said.

2 trains collide at railway station in Hyderabad, several injured 11.11.2019 The Asian Age | Home
According to reports, the mishap reportedly took place due to a fault in the signal.
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5 Indian companies 'Ideal Workplace' for differently-abled 11.11.2019
India is home to 2.7 crore people with a disability, be it physical or mental, according to the 2011 Census. As per the country's latest statistics, an estimated 2.1 per cent of the Indian population has a disability; a humbling figure of over 26 million people. While differently-abled battle multiple challenges with regard to people"s attitudes, acceptance. Inclusion, lack of access to good quality education and employment keep many from being financially independent. Indian corporates are now doing their bit to include people with disabilities at the workplace by constructing disabled-friendly infrastructure. Below are some efforts by popular corporates in India: Accenture India In 2014, Accenture set up its India Accessibility Council comprising senior business leaders to ensure the company was an ideal workplace for persons with disabilities. As a step in achieving this, the office is wheelchair friendly, all videos are subtitled, and sign language interpreters are ...
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