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Kirtan mahotsava of Madhabadeva observed across Barpeta dist satras 21.8.2019 The Assam Tribune
Kirtan mahotsava of Madhabadeva observed across Barpeta dist satras
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Plea against Essar Power MP on fly ash leak; NGT directs petitioner to approach its panel 21.8.2019 PTI: All news
Plea against Essar Power MP on fly ash leak; NGT directs petitioner to approach its panel
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Sensex ends 74 pts lower; Yes Bank plunges 7.11 pc 21.8.2019 PTI: All news
Sensex ends 74 pts lower; Yes Bank plunges 7.11 pc
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Para-teachers should take classes instead of agitating: CM 21.8.2019 PTI: All news
Para-teachers should take classes instead of agitating: CM
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M K Stalin charges Centre, state with diversionary tactics 21.8.2019
Tirunelveli: The abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir by the BJP led government and the bifurcation of districts by the AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu were aimed at diverting public attention from the real issues the country is facing now, said DMK president M K Stalin in Tirunelveli, where he visited on Tuesday to pay tributes to freedom fighter Ondiveeran on his 248th memorial day. Lashing out at the ruling AIADMK party in the state for increasing the price of Aavin milk, Stalin said that this was the third time since the AIADMK came to power at the state in 2011 that milk price was hiked. He said that the Edappadi Palanisamy led government was creating enmity between the consumers and milk producers by saying that the hike in milk price was the result of increasing the milk procurement rate. He ridiculed this, saying that state Milk and Dairy Development Minister, K T Rajendra Balaji had stated that Aavin runs on a profit contradicting chief minister Edappadi K Palanisamy's statement. ...
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Iva’s removal as designated FDA officer ‘violates’ FSS Act 21.8.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Panaji: Divesting Iva Fernandes of her powers by the health department as South Goa designated officer of the Food and Drugs Department (FDA) without citing any reasons could be in violation of the Food Safety and Standards (FSS) Act, 2006. Section 88 of the FSS Act clearly mentions about ‘protection of action taken in good …
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Russia and China blast US missile test 21.8.2019 The Shillong Times
Moscow: Russia and China warned on Tuesday that a new US missile test had heightened military tensions and risked sparking an arms race, weeks after Washington ripped up a Cold War-era weapons pact with Moscow. The US and Russia ditched the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty this month after accusing each other of violating the […]
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IPOs disappoint on market debut 21.8.2019
Mumbai: High pricing and adverse market conditions have taken away the listing gains that primary market investors were looking forward from listing of recently concluded initial public offerings of Spandana Sphoorty Financial and Sterling & Wilson Solar IPOs. Sterling & Wilson debut on Tuesday was disappointing as the stock listed 9.48 per cent lower at Rs 706, much below the issue price of Rs 780 and Re 1 face value. Sterling & Wilson finally closed 7.01 per cent down at Rs 725.35 on the BSE and 6.89 per cent down at Rs 726.20 on the NSE. Spandana Sphoorty also made a weak debut as it listed at Rs 825 on the NSE, 3.6 per cent below its issue price of Rs 856. The stock on first day closed below the issue price at Rs 847.80 and lost another one per cent on Tuesday closing at Rs 839.60. High pricing may have also impacted first day investors' response post listing for these two IPOs said analysts. Both the above IPOs had received lukewarm response from primary market investors as Sterling ...
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Anger may erupt into major violence: Intelligence agencies 21.8.2019
Srinagar: Several intelligence agencies are reported to have cautioned the Centre that anger is at its height among the people of Kashmir and some other parts of J&K over its recent move to strip the state of its autonomy and by splitting it into two Union territories; and this may spill over and even burst into major violence sooner or later. Several retired security and intelligence officials who have served in the state and other Kashmir experts have corroborated this view. They are learnt to have told the power centres in New Delhi that precise and tangible steps may be initiated quickly to address some of the people"s core concerns, particularly over the domicile issue, to preclude "probable pervasive turbulence". Kashmir, under a security lockdown since August 4 night, has by its own standards been peaceful. Though protests and cla-shes between irate crowds and security forces do take place in Srinagar almost on a daily basis, these have remained restricted to a few pockets of ...
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Solar power growth dips in H1 21.8.2019
Kolkata: The growth rate of solar power generation has declined to 32 per cent, compared to 86 per cent growth recorded in H1 2018, thanks to the decreased pace of solar capacity addition in the first half of 2019 to 3.2 GW against over 5 GW in the same period of 2018. This is notwithstanding the fact that solar energy generation also witnessed a growth of 7 per cent quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) from the 11.4 billion units generated in the Q1 2019, a recent report by Mercom Capital Group, indicated. The report said solar power generation in the country peaked in the summer months of March, April, and May of 2019 with over 4 BUs. Although things are nothing to write home about, when it comes to capacity addition in the first half of the year, the overall scenario in the solar sector in the country still seems to be bright. According to Mercom"s India Solar Project Tracker, solar accounted for nearly 31.5 GW of the total installed capacity, representing 8.73 per cent of the total installed capacity at ...
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Twitter, FB accuse China of using fake accounts to undermine Hong Kong protests 20.8.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Twitter said it suspended 936 accounts and the operations appeared to be a coordinated state-backed effort originating in China.
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China lost 20 lakhs jobs in short period of time: Donald Trump 20.8.2019
Washington: US President Donald Trump has claimed that China has lost more than 20 lakhs jobs in a very short period of time, due to his tough policies, including imposing additional import tariffs. Chinese economy, he said, is doing "very, very" poorly. "China is eating the tariffs because of monetary manipulation. And also, they're pouring a lot of money into their country because they don't want to lose jobs... They lost over two million jobs in a short period of time," Trump told reporters at Bedminster in New Jersey on Sunday. Trump said China wants to make a trade deal with the US. Officials of the two countries are having a series of meetings on this for the past several months. "We will see what happens. But they definitely want to make a deal," he said. He refused to comment on reports that he has spoken to the Chinese President Xi Jinping on this. "They've had the worst year they've had in 27 years because of what I've done. They want to ...
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Twitter, FB accuse China of using fake accounts to undermine Hong Kong protests 20.8.2019
Washington: Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc said on Monday they had dismantled a state-backed social media campaign originating in mainland China that sought to undermine protests in Hong Kong. Twitter said it suspended 936 accounts and the operations appeared to be a coordinated state-backed effort originating in China. It said these accounts were just the most active portions of this campaign and that a "larger, spammy network" of approximately 200,000 accounts had been proactively suspended before they were substantially active. Facebook said it had removed accounts and pages from a small network after a tip from Twitter. It said that its investigation found links to individuals associated with the Chinese government. The Hong Kong protests, which have presented one of the biggest challenges for Chinese President Xi Jinping since he came to power in 2012, began in June as opposition to a now-suspended bill that would allow suspects to be extradited to mainland China for trial in Communist ...
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Stir threat by 20 NL bodies against LSHEP from Aug 24 20.8.2019 The Assam Tribune
Stir threat by 20 NL bodies against LSHEP from Aug 24
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Consultation on Beijing declaration on empowerment of women 20.8.2019 The Assam Tribune
Consultation on Beijing declaration on empowerment of women
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BJP cannot play Karnataka-like dramas in Telangana: K T Rama Rao 20.8.2019 The Asian Age | Home
'BJP want to split the community and rule them. Such tactics will not work in Telangana,' he said.
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Govt restores power of ADCs over industrial areas 20.8.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: Following pressure from social organisations against exclusion of industrial areas from the purview of the Autonomous District Council (ADCs), the Directorate of Commerce and Industries has withdrawn the notification. The Directorate had issued a notification on May 29 this year bringing the industrial areas within the jurisdiction of the state government but the notification […]
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Jaishankar to visit Nepal to participate in Nepal-India Joint Commission 20.8.2019 PTI: All news
Jaishankar to visit Nepal to participate in Nepal-India Joint Commission
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SAD chief Sukhbir Badal hits out at Pb CM 20.8.2019 PTI: All news
SAD chief Sukhbir Badal hits out at Pb CM
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With plans to go inside Pak, Army was ready for war after Pulwama: report 20.8.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Explaining Rawat's comments, official said what the Army Chief meant was that Indian Army was ready to take battle into Pak.
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