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Rs 6013.90 crore capital investment assured in 8 industrial units in state 17.10.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, The state government has taken the decision to provide facilities under the Industrial Promotion Policy for the establishment of eight new industrial units and expansion of two industrial units in Raisen, Dhar and Damoh districts of the state.  There will be a capital investment of Rs 6013 crore 90 lakh in the state through […]
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Govt aims at enhancing public facilities for common man: CM 17.10.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, Chief Minister Kamal Nath has said that the aim of the state government is to continuously increase the basic amenities of the common man, so that he can lead a secure life with dignity. Kamal Nath was addressing a programme organized for the dedication of 45 new 108 Janani Ambulances to people at Lal […]
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A new age of future jobs: Top 4 thriving skills in demand for 2020 17.10.2019
New technological developments are shortening the life cycle of prevailing tech. Hence, there is a constant need for employees to stay up to date. This has become critical to survival in the industry. New upcoming technologies are making tech systems faster, superior and agile. Which technologies will be the movers and shakers in the world of tech in 2020? TalentEdge deep dived into the demand that it has seen on its unique online realtime classroom and identified the following tech skills that will be popular in 2020:  Blockchain: Blockchain technology is becoming one of the most thriving skills in the IT job market. In February 2019, the online job search site Hired reported demand for blockchain engineers was "through the roof," with year-over-year growth of more than 200%. Blockchain tech has gone far beyond its beginnings in banking and cryptocurrency. Now, industries like transportation, logistics, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, digital payments, gaming and cannabis are making ...
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Apex tea body rebuts Oxfam study on industry 17.10.2019 The Shillong Times
GUWAHATI: Two days after planters in Assam rejected a report by Oxfam alleging labour rights violations in tea plantations, the Indian Tea Association has pulled up the Kenya-headquartered organisation for publishing a study which “did not reflect the true picture of the industry.” The Oxfam report, “Addressing the human cost of Assam Tea – an […]
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World Trauma Day: How post trauma can define your mental health 17.10.2019
As children, because of love, affection and care given to us, we tend to form three basic assumptions about the world and people. The overall goodness of the world and its people The world is meaningful and fair I am a good person Extreme life events shatter these beliefs unexpectedly; the emotional turmoil after experiencing these events is trauma. Common traumatic events are physical, sexual or emotional abuse, dysfunctional families, divorce, bullying, death of a loved one, relocation, accidents, diagnosis of a serious medical condition, natural calamities, terrorist attacks etc. Experiencing such events, at any stage in life, is a serious concern. These experiences shatter our basic assumptions, making us feel helpless, guilty, depressed, scared, threatened, hyper-vigilant, insecure and confused. This is what we call Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). It is extremely important to manage these emotions to resolve shattered beliefs. Unresolved traumas can lead to some mental health concerns such as ...
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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte injured in motorcycle crash 17.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The crash came 10 days after Duterte -- the oldest person to be elected Philippine Prez-- disclosed he is suffering from myasthenia gravis.
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How to look in 30's when you are in your 60's 17.10.2019
Ageing is a natural process which cannot be stopped, but you surely can slow it down. But, are you old enough and wish to look as young as before? Today, how old you look is almost a figment of how old you want to look. Dr Debraj Shome, Cosmetic Surgeon & Director, The Esthetic Clinics how you can look graceful as you grow old. Ageing is a natural process, which cannot be stopped. And with time, you will surely get visible lines on the face, the skin may become thinner and drier, your face will lose its youthfulness. You may also spot those skin tags and excess skin around the neck which can give you nightmares. To get rid of those droopy eyelids, wrinkles and excess fat around the face, we have some foolproof tricks for you. Make sure you follow it to age like fine wine. Cut down stress Did you know? Stress releases a burst of hormones like adrenaline and cortisol which tend to make your heart beat faster and cause hypertension. Hence, your organs end up working harder than they should make you feel ...
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'BJP exposed in front of world': Arvind Kejriwal on nixed Denmark trip 17.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Health Minister Satyender Jain, too, were not allowed to travel outside the country.
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Obama urges voters to back Trudeau for another term, calls him 'effective leader' 17.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Obama saluted Trudeau as his political and generational kin, even though the American is 10 years older.
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6 Tech companies to watch out for in 2020 17.10.2019
The modern world is loaded with people with imaginative thoughts regarding how to create game-changing innovations for what's to come. With progressively effective and less expensive arrangements being offered for issues, the present strategies are probably going to end up out of date soon, ruling out organizations that battle to adjust to quicker approaches to make due in the market.  In 2019, the race for expanding the horizons of technological progress is faster than ever. 2020 is all about stepping up the game. This rundown exhibits 6 organizations that are utilizing innovation to make their mark on the fields of investment, lending, identity verification, fintech, food tech and enterprise tech. Veri5Digital - It is the leader in identity verification and management space. They aim to bridge the gap between identity and accessibility, by digitizing identity cards to ease access to essential services in financing, banking, gaming, and healthcare. Machine learning, data analytics, and ...
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Panel to probe alleged rape of woman doctor 17.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Panel to probe alleged rape of woman doctor
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Global Handwashing Day observed 17.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Global Handwashing Day observed
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Fire at California oil facility prompts health worries 17.10.2019 PTI: All news
Fire at California oil facility prompts health worries
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Telangana's RTC crisis is everyone's problem 17.10.2019
Public transport is a basic civic need. It is as vital as food, water and health. The world over, governments are focusing on providing efficient, cost-effective and climate-friendly transport to its citizens. In many developed countries, where most services are hived off to the private sector, they still retain control of public transport. In most European countries, public transport is largely government run. Many people who ride in cars today would have, at one time, come from their village to Hyderabad in an RTC bus and made their fortune — including probably our Chief Minister. The RTC crisis has been created by the government, and particularly by the Chief Minister himself. He can go to any extent to accomplish his objectives, be it the move to shift the secretariat, demolish heritage buildings, build projects which are never going to make economic sense and withdraw benefits to deprived sections. It"s a government by one man for one family. So far, he got away with several of his ...
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Warangal: Villagers seek action against doctor 17.10.2019

Warangal: A doctor at the primary health centre in Chelpur of Jayashankar Bhupalpally district is facing the heat of the higher officials after a voice recording of her phone conversation with a villager went viral on social media. The doctor, Padma Rani, was heard abusing a person over the phone.

According to Jangili Srikanth, the person at the receiving end of the abuse, he brought his grandmother who was stung by a scorpion to the hospital on October 10. As the hospital locked, he called the number written at the entrance. He was shocked as the person on the other side started abusing him for questioning why there is no one in the hospital.

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Lightning claims 2 lives as thundershowers lash state 17.10.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK Panaji/Margao Lightning claimed two lives in the state even as many parts of the state received thundershowers accompanied by gusty winds on Wednesday. A 43-year-old woman from Barcem in South Goa, who was proceeding home through fields along with another woman, collapsed all of a sudden and became unconscious after lightning struck the fields. She was …
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 17.10.2019 Commentary – The Navhind Times
Honour For Welfare Economics ABHIJIT Banerjee, his wife Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer have won the Nobel Prize for Economics just like Amartya Sen was honoured in the same field. But the matter of the fact is that the Nobel Committee has actually honoured the humanity within the trio, and previously Sen. After all, the …
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A call to improve mental health 17.10.2019 Buzz – The Navhind Times
NT BUZZ In commemoration of World Mental Health Day and International Day of the Girl Child, the Village Child Committee and Senior Citizens of Moira organised a programme at the Village Panchayat hall. Green is the colour of mental health representing hope, strength, support and encouragement. The public was therefore encouraged to wear a green ribbon on their wrist in …
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Govt employee from Garo Hills gets political appointment as Vice-Chairman 16.10.2019 The Shillong Times
TURA: In a blatant case of violation of government service rules, a man allegedly holding a government post of fourth grade employee in a rural health centre in the Garo Hills region has recently been made the vice-chairman of a state corporation thereby violating all rules and norms of his service. Enamul Hoque of Namabilla village […]
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No plan to take over EMRI emergency services: Conrad Sangma 16.10.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: Even as the Meghalaya EMRI Workers Union suggested that the government should take over the emergency ambulance services, the Chief Minister Conrad Sangma did not make any commitment on the matter. Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, he said that the state government had not discussed anything about taking over the emergency service “As of now […]
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