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Are pedestrians third class citizens? 19.10.2017 The Shillong Times
Editor, Shillong now is a place where the traffic crawls in most places at most times, when it does move at all. This might have been an excuse for at least some of the city’s residents to try a healthier – and quicker – alternative, namely walking, but the roads are so full of vehicles […]
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For a green and responsible holiday 19.10.2017 Delhi Age
This Diwali, make a few changes to the way you travel and help the environment and the local population.
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Mumbai: Diwali becomes expensive as vegetable prices soar 19.10.2017 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Mumbai: Just as people plan to make their Diwali purchases, they have been in for a rude shock with the
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Mumbai: Walbart nullah widening work of Aarey colony leads to traffic jams 19.10.2017 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Mumbai: The Storm Water and Drain Management (SWDM) department of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation
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Andhra Pradesh: Price of conventional bricks rises 19.10.2017
Guntur: The rise in price of bricks is burdening people building houses and commercial structures. Earlier, a lorryload of 5,000 bricks used to cost Rs 22,000 which has now increased to Rs 30,000.  This comes on top of the rise in prices of other construction material, burdening the people. Taken together, the price rise is also affecting those houses being built under various housing schemes of the government. A construction engineer, Mr B. Suresh, said that for constructing a normal house under the housing scheme of the government, nearly 15,000 bricks were needed. He said that use of fly ash bricks would reduce the expenditure but that a majority of the people prefer conventional bricks, trusting it for its strength. Besides, construction workers also prefer the conventional bricks as they are easy to cut and use as per their need during construction. The Kollur bricks of Guntur district are famous for their strength as the soil on the banks of river Krishna is used in their manufacture. In ...
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Mob in Kashmir strips and thrashes 3 soldiers, calls them braid choppers 19.10.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Mob stripped and thrashed three soldiers in north Kashmir suspecting them to be braid choppers while in another similar incident in South Kashmir, five civilians were injured as security forces opened fire at mob. A group of people stopped a private bus near Sheeri village in Baramulla district, and asked to check three unarmed soldiers in plain clothes suspecting them of being braid choppers. After frisking and checking their identify cards, the soldiers were stripped naked and beaten mercilessly by the people. Mobsters kicked and punched the soldiers causing serious injuries to one of them. Police have registered a case, and a massive manhunt has been launched to nab the people responsible for this incident. Police said three soldiers of the Territorial Army (TA) battalion were on their way to Baramulla to fix search lights when the incident happened. Senior Superintendent of Police, Baramulla, Mir Imtiyaz Hussain said they have identified the people behind this incident. "We have identified them and ...
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Truckers say forced to donate for pujas, want Mamata Banerjee to intervene 19.10.2017 Kolkata – The Indian Express
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MoS Housing Hardeep Singh Puri writes to Arwind Kejriwal, agrees to Metro review 19.10.2017 Delhi – The Indian Express
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Hardeep Puri invites Delhi CM Kejriwal for talks 19.10.2017 Metros | The Asian Age
Union government has agreed to review revised Delhi Metro fares
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Master plan to give Tirumala a facelift 19.10.2017 thehansindia3899
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Fodder cultivation to give boost for rural dairying 19.10.2017 thehansindia3899
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TDP MLA stages fast over pathetic bus stand 19.10.2017 thehansindia3899
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Canada’s Quebec province passes law banning niqab and burqa 19.10.2017 World – The Indian Express
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Washed away in Bengaluru: A bride’s parents, a priest, mother & daughter 19.10.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Metro to curtail services, trains only till 10 pm today 19.10.2017 dailypioneer
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Get Set Go! 19.10.2017 dailypioneer3973
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bis meeting 19.10.2017 dailypioneer3973
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Firemen ready for any eventuality 19.10.2017 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Jalandhar, October 18 On the eve of the festival of lights, the Fire Department of the Municipal Corporation today finalised its plan to check any eventuality in the city area during the Diwali celebrations tomorrow evening. As per the plan, the city has been divided into six zones, each of which will be covered by a fire vehicle standing in the vicinity. Fire extinguishers will be stationed at Chowk Sudan, Rama Mandi, Nakodar Road, Pathankot bypass and bus stand, besides those in the main office on the old GT Road. The Fire Department has 18 fire dousing vehicles, including 10 big and four small fire tenders, two jeeps, and two bikes. The department has 20 firemen but there is a plan to take additional staff from B&R and O&M branches of the MC. Fire Officer Rajinder Sharma said: “Our office is fully prepared to check any untoward fire incident on Diwali. Since our number 101 sometimes gets busy, city residents must feed our alternate numbers 0181-2280344 and 2280355 in their phones ...
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Police solve murder of tractor-trailer driver 19.10.2017 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Jalandhar, October 18 The Kapurthala police today claimed to have solved a murder case of a tractor-trailer driver of Dogranwala village, falling under the jurisdiction of the Kotwali police station here. DSP Sandeep Singh Mand said Surjit Singh, alias Sonu, who used to ferry sand-filled tractor-trailers from Makhu to Kapurthala had been missing since September 1. He said Inspector Hargurdev Singh of the Kotwali police station got a secret information on the basis of which the case had been tracked. The DSP said Surjit had been working for owner Gopal Singh and had gone to the khud at Kusowal village near Makhu on August 31 to get sand. “Since it started raining that evening, the sand mine got closed. He returned that night and again went to Makhu the next day. But he did not return. The family kept waiting for him till September 2 but even his phone was not getting connected,” said the DSP. He said the brother of the deceased suspected Jagdeep Singh of Moga was behind the incident. ...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 19.10.2017 Commentary – The Navhind Times
Miramar Pergola Faces Neglect I HAVE been visiting the Miramar beach quite often since MV Lucky Seven was grounded there. She was finally moved out but not before damaging the beach environment on account of erosion. One issue I recently raised was about the large football displayed on account of the World Cup U-17 tournament ...
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