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PM Modi, Sheikh Hasina invited for Ind-Ban Test in Kolkata 17.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
PM Modi, Sheikh Hasina invited for Ind-Ban Test in Kolkata
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MP govt seeks Rs 6,621 crore flood relief from Centre 17.10.2019 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
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Supreme Court reserves Ayodhya verdict 17.10.2019 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, In a dramatic denouement, the Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its verdict on a batch of petitions against the September 2010 Allahabad High Court judgement in connection with the Ramjanabhoomi-Babri Masjid land (Title) dispute case. A five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, and also comprising Justices Sharad Arvind […]
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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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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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Popular cliff in Hawaii to remain closed for two years 17.10.2019
Hawaii: Hawaii has closed access to a cliff face in a nature reserve over concerns that rock-climbing activities are threatening native plant species and modifying the rock face, officials said. The state Board of Land and Natural Resources approved the cliff closure in the Lihau section of the West Maui Natural Area Reserve, The Maui News reported Tuesday. The closure will continue for up to two years, officials said. The state Division of Forestry and Wildlife requested the change to protect rare and endangered plants on the cliff and in the surrounding area. Rock climbers have installed hardware and footholds into the cliff, which affects threatened and endangered plants such as the Maui chaff flower and the Menzies" schiedea, officials said. The dry cliff ecosystem is home to vegetation that grows on steep slopes in areas receiving less than 75 inches (191 centimetres) of rainfall per year, according to the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Modifying geological features is prohibited under state ...
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Watch: Hong Kong lawmakers dragged from chamber as leader heckled for second day 17.10.2019
Hong Kong: Pro-democracy lawmakers were dragged out of Hong Kong's legislature by security guards on Thursday after they heckled the city's pro-Beijing leader for a second day running, the latest outburst of political rancour in the strife-torn city. Chief executive Carrie Lam has faced an outpouring of anger from her opponents since the legislature opened its doors for a new session on Wednesday, three months after the building was trashed by masked protesters. Lam was unable to give a State of the Union-style policy speech on Wednesday after pro-democracy lawmakers, who form a minority on the pro-Beijing-stacked legislature, repeatedly interrupted her. Instead, she was forced to deliver the address in a pre-recorded video. She returned to the Legislative Council on Thursday for a session in which she was due to answer questions from lawmakers about the content of that policy speech. But chaos erupted once more as her political opponents chanted slogans and were dragged one by one from the ...
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SC's verdict best solution on Ayodhya for both minority and majority: Singhvi 17.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Singhvi's remarks come hours after SC reserved its verdict on a batch of petitions in connection with Ayodhya land dispute case.
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'Sort of settlement': Sources on Ayodhya report submitted by mediation panel 17.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The sources said that a Hindu religious institution has agreed to part with its land in Ayodhya for construction of mosque there.
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Mother of newborn jumps to death in JMCH 17.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Mother of newborn jumps to death in JMCH
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India-Bangla stakeholders meet from Oct 22 17.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
India-Bangla stakeholders meet from Oct 22
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SC reserves verdict on Ayodhya 17.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
SC reserves verdict on Ayodhya
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'Sort of settlement,' says sources on report by Ayodhya mediation panel 17.10.2019 deccanchronicle.com
The sources said that a Hindu religious institution has agreed to part with its land in Ayodhya for construction of mosque there.
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SC's verdict best solution on Ayodhya for both minority and majority: Singhvi 17.10.2019
New Delhi: Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Wednesday stated that the Supreme Court's verdict is the best solution to the Ayodhya debate for both minority and majority. "I am a firm believer that the best solution to what is a very fractious issue in this country, the Ayodhya debate, both for minority and for the majority, is the Supreme Court's verdict," said Singhvi. "The government may try its best but even if it does a good thing, it won't be acceptable and the same goes for the opposition as well. So, a court's verdict, either way, is an excellent idea," he added. Singhvi's remarks come hours after the Supreme Court reserved its verdict on a batch of petitions in connection with the Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid land dispute case. The five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, reserved the judgement, after a marathon of 40 days of hearing in the case. It is expected and very likely that the judgement would be ...
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Day-to-day proceedings in Ayodhya case to end at 5 PM on Wednesday: SC 17.10.2019 PTI: All news
Day-to-day proceedings in Ayodhya case to end at 5 PM on Wednesday: SC
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Japan typhoon death toll climbs, while floodwaters recede 17.10.2019 PTI: All news
Japan typhoon death toll climbs, while floodwaters recede
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India halved its poverty rate since 1990s: World Bank 17.10.2019 PTI: All news
India halved its poverty rate since 1990s: World Bank
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'Doob maro': Modi slams Oppn over its 370 stance 17.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The PM also predicted that the Congress and NCP would win 10 seats each in the Vidhan Sabha polls.
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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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Lost land, farmer tries to end life in Mahbubabad 17.10.2019
Warangal: A farmer attempted suicide inside the mandal revenue office (MRO) at Narsimhulapet in Mahbubabad district on Wednesday. The farmer who had lost his land due to a mistake in the land records" updation process threatened to commit suicide and climbed the first floor of the building. The farmer attempted to take the extreme step over alleged injustice from revenue officials who registered his 11 acres of land in someone else's name in the digital records of the revenue department. Buddha Biksham, a resident of Padamati Gudem village, says he owns 11.33 acres of land on survey number 1103, which he has been farming for several years. He found out recently that his land was registered in another person"s name. He made repeated visits to the revenue offices and appealed to the officers to rectify the mistake and record his land under his name. He claimed that the officials did not help him despite multiple requests for months. Hence, he decided to commit suicide. Family members and ...
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