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NH-44 expansion goes slow over compensation delay 21.10.2017 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: Delay in distribution of compensation package is creating hurdles for land acquisition for the expansion project of the arterial NH-44 from Jowai to Ratacherra. Last year, NHAI handed over Rs 164 crore, which is 80 per cent of the total land compensation amount, to the district administration but the money has not been distributed […]
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Paddy raised in over 19.7 lakh acres this year 21.10.2017 Hindu: National
Coverage expected to rise in coming weeks
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WRD for dismantling Ekattuthangal causeway 21.10.2017 Hindu: Chennai
Says it contributes to flooding around Adyar river
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Registration of unapproved plots under scanner 21.10.2017 Hindu: Coimbatore
The Inspector General of Registration has asked sub-registrars to ensure that unapproved plots are registered only after the Directorate of Town and Country Planning and the local body have regularise...
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ED issues fresh summons to Tejashwi, Rabri 21.10.2017 PTI: All news
ED issues fresh summons to Tejashwi, Rabri
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Dumping municipal waste on vacant plots: Swachh Bharat, the Noida way 21.10.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Indo-Bangla border: Give land to fence border, says MHA to Bengal 21.10.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Rohingya refugee kids face 'hell on earth', says Unicef 21.10.2017 World News | Live Coverage And Latest Breaking International News From All Over The World
The report comes ahead of a donor conference Monday in Geneva to drum up international funding for the Rohingya.
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Debt-ridden farmer ends life in Medak district 21.10.2017

Hyderabad: Increasing debt burden forced a 40-year-old farmer to end his life in Medak district. The farmer, Golla Anjaiah, consumed poison and committed suicide, said the police.

Golla Anjaiah from Konpaur village wasmarried to Bakkamma. He had leased three acres of land from his mother-in-law, Amruth-amma, and was cultivating cotton. He also borrowed Rs 7 lakh for his younger daughter’s marriage in June 2016. However, the crops did not yield expected results, which caused him to lose money.

Depressed over this, he consumed poison on Monday. His family members rushed him to  the Gandhi Hospital, Secunderabad where he breathed his last on Friday morning. Based on a complaint, a suspicious death case has been registered.

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No Comfort 21.10.2017 Reviews–Books – The Indian Express
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Why plug-and-play offices work well 21.10.2017 tribuneindia.com
Nakul Mathur In November 2012, an Indian company erected a 10-storey structure in Mohali, Chandigarh within 48 hours! The news generated a lot of attention at that time with industry experts hailing it as a necessary invention to meet the rising demands of housing in the growing economies of China and India. With the burgeoning income of the middle classes, the concept of ready-to-move-in homes became popular, as owners did not want to go through the hassle of making a house from scratch.  They let go of customisation and implementation of a particular vision for a pre-fitted house, as long as it is provided with all the necessary features of quality fittings, plumbing, wiring, electronics and often, even furniture. All one has to do is settle in.  The popularity of ready-to-move-in homes has also encouraged stakeholders in the real estate domain to implement a similar idea in the business domain. Shared business centers, or plug-and-play offices, are multiple organisations working out of one, fully ...
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Madras High Court: If author deletes provocative portions, TN must lift ban on books 21.10.2017
Chennai: Directing the author of the Tamil books Meendezhum Pandiyar Varalaru and Venthar Kulathin Iruppidam Ethu? to delete the provocative contents calling for a fight for separate land and against other linguistic people, and castes, the Madras High Court has said on such compliance by the author, the state government must pass orders lifting the ban on the two books. The Full Bench comprising Justices M.M. Sundresh, Pushpa Sathyanarayana and R. Mahadevan gave the directive while disposing of the petitions filed by K. Senthil Mallar, the author of the two books. Writing the judgment for the Bench, Justice R. Mahadevan said during the course of the hearing, after perusal of the objectionable area and the typed set of papers, it was pointed out to the petitioner that several portions of both the books are abusive against other castes and in the nature of spreading hatred and disharmony, thereby posing a threat to public order and security of the state. Thereafter, the petitioner has filed two separate ...
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Waiting for development after end of Red terror 21.10.2017 India News | Get Live Updates Of UP Polls, 2017 And Other Breaking News And Analysis On Politics And Current Affairs From India
Literacy rate in the block stands at 38.95 per cent, one of the lowest in the state and a far cry from the national rate of 74.04 per cent.
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Private schools asked to display EWS vacancies 21.10.2017 FrontLine: K.Satchidanandan
Many institutes haven’t displayed the requisite information
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Women neck-deep in pits to protest land acquisition 21.10.2017 The Tribune
Jaipur, October 20 About 650 women, who have buried themselves neck-deep in the ground to oppose the Jaipur Development Authority's move to acquire land in their village, marked Diwali and performed puja at the demonstration site, continuing their protest against the Rajasthan government. (Follow  The Tribune on Facebook ; and  Twitter @thetribunechd ) The farmers of Nindar village, which is located on the outskirts of Jaipur, are protesting against the acquisition of over 1,300 bighas of land for a housing project claiming that the compensation offered was not enough. Their demonstration entered its 19th day on Friday as over 1,000 protesters celebrated Diwali and performed Govardhan puja at the protest site. Nearly 650 women, who have buried themselves neck-deep in pits, performed Govardhan puja at the protest site to show their solidarity against the government's move to acquire farmers' land against their will, Nagendra Singh Shekhawat, a leader of the Nindar Bachao Yuva Kisan Sangarsh Samiti, ...
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News digest: Norms for valuers, Kuroda's facial expression, and more 21.10.2017 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
From IndiGo's regional connectivity plan to skip unserved routes to rake diversion hitting non-power sector, BS brings you up to date with latest news
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Dollar, stocks get lift from tax move; bonds fall 21.10.2017 News
Rise in metals leads mining shares higher; euro weakens
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Few obey order to construct boundary wall on vacant plots 21.10.2017 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Bathinda, October 20 Despite directions to make the boundary wall on the vacant plots given by the Municipal Corporation and a warning of strict action to be taken against those who flout the order under Section 324 of the Punjab Municipal Corporation Act, 1976, few city residents have started the construction of the boundary wall on their vacant plots. It is pertinent to mention that the MC took this step following a number of vacant plots in the city being turned into a garbage dump by residents of residential areas. Various vacant plots in Ganesh Nagar, Civil Lines area, Model Town, Bhagu Road, 100 ft road and various other parts of the city have become a garbage dumping site as well as a nuisance for city residents. Talking to residents of different parts of the city, the Bathinda Tribune team got a mixed reaction over the directions given by the Municipal Corporation and even some valid questions were raised by city residents. “It is a very good initiative taken by the MC. It ...
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Malavalli gets 1,100 houses under Basava scheme 21.10.2017 Hindu: News
The State government has allocated 1,100 houses to Malavalli taluk in the district, under the Basava Vasati Yojane (housing scheme) for 2017-18.B.S. Shivanna, general secretary, Karnataka Pradesh Cong...
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Leopard kills bull 21.10.2017 Hindu: News
A bull was killed by a leopard on the outskirts of Timlapura village in Shikaripur taluk on Saturday night.The bull belonged to Dundi Siddappa, a farmer from the village. He had purchased it recently ...
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