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Bodies of Dolloi, brother-in-law found, nephew still missing 21.9.2019 The Shillong Times
JOWAI: The bodies of Dolloi of Rymbai Elaka, Elios Swer and his brother-in-law were recovered on Friday while the body of Dolloi’s nephew is yet to be located. The Dolloi, his nephew and brother-in-law drowned at Prang River bordering Bangladesh on Thursday while they were travelling by a country boat to Hunguria village to conduct […]
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Bru refugees place fresh demands for repatriation 21.9.2019 The Assam Tribune
Bru refugees place fresh demands for repatriation
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Paswan reviews FCI operations at Imphal 21.9.2019 The Assam Tribune
Paswan reviews FCI operations at Imphal
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Man accused of molesting ex-Bollywood actor gives court statement 21.9.2019 PTI: All news
Man accused of molesting ex-Bollywood actor gives court statement
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SC to hear Ayodhya case for an hour more on Monday 21.9.2019 PTI: All news
SC to hear Ayodhya case for an hour more on Monday
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Sterlite: CBI submits status report 21.9.2019 PTI: All news
Sterlite: CBI submits status report
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Shullai opens city road 21.9.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: South Shillong MLA Sanbor Shullai inaugurated a 200-metre road from Laban Assamese Girls Secondary School till St. John Higher Secondary School, Madan Laban, Shillong. The road, conceptualised in 2008, was constructed at a cost of Rs 1.30 crore. In his speech, Shullai expressed gratitude to the house owners who gave their land to make […]
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Inscriptions on Babri entrance counter temple claims, SC told 21.9.2019 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
Muslim parties on Monday told the SC that Persian and Arabic inscriptions at the entrance of Babri Masjid at Ayodhya deflates expansive argument of Hindu parties that it was never a mosque.
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Bengaluru: Denotification cases: 2 ex-CMs approach HC 21.9.2019
Bengaluru: Two former chief ministers, Siddaramaiah and H.D. Kumaraswamy, approached the Karnataka High Court, seeking to quash two separate denotification cases filed against them. In the first, Mr Siddaramaiah, during his tenure as Deputy Chief Minister in 1997, had allegedly purchased 10 guntas of land in the midst of Vijayanagar 2nd Stage Layout developed by MUDA through indirect denotification, built a house and sold it in 2003. RTI activist Gangaraju filed the complaint. Following the lower court's order, the Lakshmipuram police had filed an FIR under various IPC sections. A lower court had directed Mr Siddaramaiah and ten others to appear before it on September 23. In the case of H.D. Kumaraswamy, a special court had issued summons against him, asking him to appear for questioning in connection with a denotification case on October 4. Previously, the special court had rejected the B report (closure report) of the Lokayukta police in the case, where it had cited lack of evidence. According ...
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Supriya Sule meets CM, opposes tree-cutting for car shed 21.9.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Leader requested Fadnavis to consider sites at Kalina, Kanjurmarg.
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Kozhikode: Rs 100 croew trade centre at Knowledge City 21.9.2019
KOZHIKODE: Markaz Knowledge City, an initiative of Markazu Saquafathi Sunniyya, the powerful Sunni sect headed by Kanthapuram A.P. Abubacker Muzaliyar, has announced the laun-ch of a heritage-culture-trade centre, claimed to be the largest in the nation, at the Markaz Knowledge City at Kaithappoyil near Thamarssery, here. Coming up on a 9  acre land as part of the 120 acre vast Knowledge City integrated twonship project, the trade centre, to be built on the lines of Arabian village markets namely Souq,  is expected to provide jobs to as many as 3000 persons with  around 150 shops, museum, library and cultural centre.    Addressing a press conference here Knowledge city Managing Director Dr MAH Kandi and CEO Dr Abdul Salam Moha-mmad  said that it is an attempt to recreate Souq, the traditional Arabian markets which a blend of art, culture and trade in the Malabar context.   An amalgam of six different   architectural styles, the Mogul architecture is the ...
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Can’t make contact with Vikram lander: ISRO 21.9.2019
Nellore: The disappointing end to an extraordinary feat of space science, research, development, engineering and technical excellence that was Chandrayaan seems to be the final emotion for this episode. No more hopes are left of establishing communications with the lander, Vikram, any more, an update of the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) said that a national-level committee, comprising academicians and Isro experts analysing the cause of communication loss with the lander, concludes. The 14-days lifespan of the lander comes to end Saturday. Isro had lost contact with the Vikram lunar lander while making an audacious, and history-rewriting attempt, to become the first space agency in the world to land near the south pole of the moon during early hours of September 7, 2019. Though the landing anomaly smashed the dream of India of becoming only the fourth country to successfully soft land a spacecraft on moon, the mission demonstrated the professional competence of team Isro. The team had ...
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Yami to explore new methods of organic farming in hometown 21.9.2019 The Shillong Times
Mumbai, Sep 20 (IANS) Actress Yami Gautam will be going back to her hometown in Himachal Pradesh to explore new methods of organic farming to minimalise the use of fertilisers and medicines. “I will head to the farm post the shoot of ‘Ginny Weds Sunny’. The produce this year in our land which we bought last […]
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Himachal wants full membership in Bhakra Beas projects 21.9.2019 Business – The Navhind Times
Chandigarh: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur on Friday demanded that state the be made a full-fledged member in Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) projects by amending the Punjab Re-organisation Act of 1966 so that pending cases could be resolved at the earliest. The demand was raised by Thakur at the Northern Zonal Council …
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 21.9.2019 Commentary – The Navhind Times
Turn Your Back On E-cigarettes THIS is with reference to the news report ‘Govt takes ordinance route to ban e-cigarettes’ (NT, September 19, 2019). The decision by the central government to ban the manufacture, sale, storage, transport, import and export of e-smoking devices is a step to be lauded. E-cigarette smoking was started in the …
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Bru refugees make fresh demands on repatriation 21.9.2019 The Shillong Times
Aizawl: The MBDPF, an umbrella organisation of the Bru refugees lodged in six relief camps in North Tripura, has made several fresh demands to return to Mizoram under the ninth and final repatriation process which will begin in October. Signed by its president A. Sawibunga and general secretary Bruno Msha, the Mizoram Bru Displaced People’s […]
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Wedded the way we want 21.9.2019
As wedding trends in India are evolving, gen-next and millennials increasingly want to do things their way. Gone are the days, in many cases, when parents "decided" on all the rituals and  wedding décor. The decision of how to play things rests mostly with the couple and, sometimes, especially in Western countries, the couple "invite" their parents. While times are changing, and there are many variations to the rule, India is no alien to the development. In Switzerland recently, a couple hailing from different backgrounds and religions wanted to have a wedding without any religious overtones. They wished to go for a totally secular affair, while the Hindu parents of the girl were very keen to honour some rituals that they hold dear in these faraway lands. The young lady argued, "Father, divorces are happening all the time! Does a pundit come by? Do we conduct rituals to end the marriage?" Obviously, this is the new age we are living in, with partners having ...
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Wedded the way we want 21.9.2019
As wedding trends in India are evolving, gen-next and millennials increasingly want to do things their way. Gone are the days, in many cases, when parents "decided" on all the rituals and design of the wedding. The decision of how to play things rests mostly with the couple and, sometimes, especially in Western countries, the couple "invite" their parents. While times are changing, and there are many variations to the rule, India is no alien to the development. In Switzerland recently, a couple hailing from different backgrounds and religions wanted to have a wedding without any religious overtones. They wished to go for a totally secular affair, while the Hindu parents of the girl were very keen to honour some rituals that they hold dear in these faraway lands. The young lady argued, "Father, divorces are happening all the time! Does a pundit come by? Do we conduct rituals to end the marriage?" Obviously, this is the new age we are living in, with partners having ...
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Worldwide global strikes ahead of Climate Action Summit in NYC 20.9.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Other countries where the demonstrations can be seen are Germany, Tasmania, Thailand, India, to name a few, as per CNN.
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Janani’s Juliet, Moti Bagh get entry to Oscars 20.9.2019 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, Two films of Public Service Broadcasting Trust – Janani’s Juliet and Moti Bagh go to the Oscars as direct entries on winning awards at a Film festival designated by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of America, Rajiv Mehrotra, Managing Trustee of the PSBT said on Friday. Janani’s Juliet by Pankaj […]
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