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Kolkata: Probe ordered into disappearance of eyes from body at morgue 21.8.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The issue had created a commotion at the hospital premises as Sushanta demanded an explanation from the authorities.
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ABSU rally today to demand arrest of rape accused 21.8.2019 The Assam Tribune
ABSU rally today to demand arrest of rape accused
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State asked to open toll gates 21.8.2019 The Assam Tribune
State asked to open toll gates
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Eyes missing from body kept in morgue at Kolkata hospital, probe ordered 21.8.2019

Kolkata: The authorities of a state-run hospital here on Tuesday ordered an investigation following a complaint that the eyes of a body kept in the morgue were missing when it was handed over to the family, officials said.

Sambhunath Das, 69, had suffered head injuries after falling on the road on Sunday. He was declared dead on arrival at the RG Kar Medical College and Hospital.

"When the body was handed over to us after the post- mortem examination, we found that my father's eyes were missing. When we enquired, some employees of the morgue said his eyes were gouged out by rats," said Sushanta, the son of the deceased.

He informed the matter in writing to the authorities that set up a three-member panel to look into the matter, hospital officials said.

The issue had created a commotion at the hospital premises as Sushanta demanded an explanation from the authorities on Monday.

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Chhattisgarh: Naxals plant 3 IEDs to attack security forces on Sukma-Dantewada border 21.8.2019

Dantewada: A road near Kondasawli on Sukma-Dantewada border was cut at about 20 places and three IEDs (Improvised explosive device) were planted by Naxals, with the aim to attack security forces.

The incident was reported on August 18 by 231 bn of CRPF.

It was informed by villagers of Kondasawli that a meeting of around 250 Naxals took place near their village prior to August 15 where 300 people of other villages were also called and directed by Naxals to oppose the security forces.

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CM meets Gadkari for natl highways 21.8.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: Chief Minister Conrad Sangma on Tuesday met Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari in Delhi and urged him to declare several state highways in the state as national highways. He along with Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong and Transport Minister Sniawbhalang Dhar called on Gadkari. The state delegation apprised the union minister to consider declaring […]
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Land hurdle hits widening plan 21.8.2019 The Shillong Times
Umiam-Shillong road SHILLONG: The state government’s plan to extend the four-lane road from Umiam to Shillong has hit a stumbling block with some landowners unwilling to part with their land for the project.Talking to media persons here recently, Deputy Chief Minister, in charge of PWD, Prestone Tynsong said that the government is still pursuing the […]
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Odisha CM thanks PM Modi for cyclone Fani assistance 21.8.2019 PTI: All news
Odisha CM thanks PM Modi for cyclone Fani assistance
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CNS Admiral Karambir Singh visits Western Naval Command 21.8.2019 PTI: All news
CNS Admiral Karambir Singh visits Western Naval Command
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Odisha CM thanks Prime Minister for Central assistance 21.8.2019 PTI: All news
Odisha CM thanks Prime Minister for Central assistance
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9 trees uprooted and buildings damaged as rains lash Bengaluru 21.8.2019
Bengaluru: While most parts of the city received 5.9 mm of rainfall, the HAL limits in Bengaluru East Zone got 38.8 mm of rainfall leading to tree falls, water logging and traffic jams on Tuesday. India Meteorological Department said it expects similar weather conditions to continue or even worse conditions in the next couple of days. Tree falls About nine trees were uprooted throughout the city and some buildings were damaged as parts of the tree and branches fell down. The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has been alert throughout the day. In the east zone alone, three trees were uprooted due to rain demolishing a compound wall of a private property. In Yelahanka, a tree got uprooted and leaned onto a house, which was cleared by gangmen later. In Battarahalli 3rd cross a tree cracked and fell on a house. However, no damage was reported. In Krishnarajapura 3rd cross in Rajarajeshwarinagar, the head of a tree fell on the road causing traffic jam for a couple of hours. In Chunchunghatta near J P ...
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Wayanad: Boost for tigers, loss for humans 21.8.2019
Wayanad: The tigers will get a boost if the Kozhikode-Kollegal NH 766 (earlier NH 212) is closed down as suggested by the Supreme Court. But the development of the entire region would be mauled if the suggestion is implemented. The SC observation came while considering the petitions submitted against the  night traffic ban through the route on August 7. The night traffic through NH 766 and NH  67 (Gundelpett-Ooty road), both passing through the Bandipur wildlife sanctuary, was banned by Manoj Kumar Meena, the then Chamaraj Nagar district collector in Karnataka, on June 3, 2009. Since then the people of the region have been struggling to travel across the forest region at night. The apex court has directed the Ministry of Environment and Forests and Climate Change to file an affidavit within four weeks  on how to improve the alternative route in tune with the width and other features of NH 766, "which may, in the long run, be closed down altogether." The verdict cited section 38V ...
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Asaduddin Owaisi inspects nala widening work 21.8.2019

Hyderabad: AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi has inspected the ongoing works of Nala widening in Dabeerpura and asked officials of the GHMC not to disturb the vehicular traffic and devotees during Moharram as the nala was adjacent to the approach road of Bibi ka Alawa. He urged officials and contractors to expedite the works and complete them at the earliest.

The widening work of nala was taken up by the GHMC from Dabeerpura Darwaza to Ganganagar nala for an estimated cost of 1.98 crore, which includes extension of the nala, desilting, construction of the retaining wall and the slab.

Charminar Zonal commissioner Srinivas Reddy apprised him of details of the ongoing works. Yakutpura MLA Syed Ahmed Pasha Quadri, MLC, Mirza Riyaz ul Hasan Effandi, party corporators, officials of the GHMC and the HMWS&SB were also present.

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Chennai: Government cracks down on overspeeding 21.8.2019
Chennai: Stating that most road accidents occur due to overspeeding vehicles, state government directed transport vehicle owners and drivers to fix speed governors whenever the vehicle is plying on the road and drive their vehicles only with allowable seating capacity to ensure a safe drive. In a release the Transport Commissioner stated on Tuesday that as per the recent accident review, it has been found that most accidents occur in our state is due to overspeeding of vehicles and overloading of persons in passenger and goods vehicles. Suspension of driving licence for not less than three months is being strictly enforced for the above offences. The release stated that several complaints were received of overloading of passengers and overspeeding by stage carriages, mini buses, share autos, auto rickshaws and educational institution vehicles. Speed governors are being fitted in vehicles as per the notification issued by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, dated April 4, 2015. While ...
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Kochi: Residents blame cops for unscientific routes 21.8.2019
Kochi: Residents of St Benedict Road in Kochi are furious over the over-speeding of buses through the narrow St. Benedict - Paramara Road near Kacherippady after a speeding bus rammed the compound wall of a house on the stretch at around 7 am on Tuesday. The inmates of the house were sitting inside the house that time, and saved themselves. The residents have decided to go for a protest by stopping the buses plying the stretch, if necessary actions are not taken by the authorities. The bus, which first hit a lorry coming in the opposite direction, was driven dangerously, according to police. The residents said such accidents are bound to happen as the narrow road is not suitable for such heavy and dangerous traffic. They said large public transport vehicles are diverted through the narrow road while smaller vehicles are given access to the wider road. This practice should end, they said. Mr M.R. Rajendran Nair, president of Anti-Corruption People's Movement and resident of the area, said the traffic ...
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Hyderabad: Traffic jams at U-turns will continue 21.8.2019
Hyderabad: Traffic snarls and unscientific "U" turns are here to stay in the city for at least two more years and at about 48 junctions. The fund-crunched GHMC which relied on municipal bonds has got a major setback. The corporation, in order to expedite the construction of skyways and elevated corridors under Strategic Road Development Plan, had decided to raise Rs 200 crore. However, it has managed to raise only half the amount, which would be sufficient to partly clear the pending land acquisition dues but not enough to pay the agencies that have executed the project. The corporation immediately requires at least another Rs 200 crore to put the project back on track. The civic body staff have now stated that soon all ongoing works spread across the city may come to a grinding halt and all project deadlines would be further extended. A total of Rs 1,000 crore was targeted to be generated through the issue of bonds, based on the corporation"s creditworthiness. The civic body had ...
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Chill out in pub city but keep it quiet, guys! 21.8.2019
They are the watering holes of the city, drawing the young by hordes  and contributing immensely to its buzzing nightlife. Today  Pub City Bengaluru has  nearly 700 pubs lining its busy commercial roads like Church Street and Brigade Road in the Central Business District and even the bylanes of its residential neighbourhoods. But while the pubs have  become a part and parcel of the city culture, visited by the young and happening, behind the good times they offer is a story of increasing struggle as the owners try to cope with the rising hostility of people in the residential localities they have moved into and the recent police raids. With the police launching a war on drugs, the pubs are being raided more frequently of late on suspicion of allowing their use on their premises by their young clients.   They are also raided for other reasons. Only recently the  police raided three pubs in Indiranagar  on the orders of the High Court following complaints about loud ...
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Enforcement Directorate grills Unmesh Joshi in IL&FS probe 21.8.2019

Mumbai: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday questioned Unmesh Joshi — son of former Maharashtra chief minister and Shiv Sena leader Manohar Joshi — and builder Rajan Shirodkar in connection with the Infrastructure Leasing and & Financial Services (IL&FS) scam. The grilling went on for around 8 hours, for both Joshi and Shirodkar, who were also questioned on Monday and August 16 respectively.

The ED started interrogating Joshi, for the second consecutive day, around 11 am and an hour later, Shirodkar joined in. The ED officials were, however, tight-lipped on what unfolded during the questioning, which concluded around 8 pm.

Another person, supposedly a chartered accountant with Kohinoor CTNL Infra, also reached the ED office with a stash of documents, which were supposedly used during the questioning of the duo on Tuesday.

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Manju Warrier, crew stranded in Himachal floods rescued; details inside 21.8.2019 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed
Manju was shooting for Malayalam film 'Kayyatam' along with filmmaker Sanal Kumar Sasidharan in Chhatru.
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Dry taps: 6th day running; govt falters on alternate arrangements, 20.8.2019 Video News – The Navhind Times
Its the 6th day since the capital Panaji does not have water. And the Tuesday afternoon deadline has now passed. Now the PWD minister says that Panjim will get water by Wednesday morning. The officials are optimistic, people cynical. And the opposition Congress has demanded the resignation of the chief minister.  The opposition Congress has …
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