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Want to have child from estranged husband? Maharashtra court allows 24.6.2019
Nanded: A family court in Nanded, Maharashtra has asked a couple, who are battling divorce to consult an assisted reproductive technology (ART) expert after the woman insisted to have a second child with the man. The woman"s husband, however, has opposed the plea citing social norms. The divorce was filed by the husband in 2017 stating issues by his wife. The court, however, upheld the woman"s reproductive rights while adding that the husband"s consent is necessary for ART. The woman had pleaded before the court to conceive another child through the in-vitro fertilisation or restoration of conjugal relations, The Times of India reported. The Mumbai-based couple has a minor child. The woman approached a court in Nanded for the restoration of marriage. She argued in favour of having the second child to take care of her in her old age. The court held her demand as legitimate. The family court judge Swati Chauhan has asked the doctor to file a confidential report about the viability of the ...
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Festival of Pineapple and Summer Fruits ends in Manipur 24.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
Festival of Pineapple and Summer Fruits ends in Manipur
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Dark clouds loom over Prag Bosimi’s future 24.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
Dark clouds loom over Prag Bosimi’s future
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Early Birds annual general meet held 24.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
Early Birds annual general meet held
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Gujarat University offers course in wildlife conservation 24.6.2019 DNA
The Zoology department will be from this academic year offering a masters course on wildlife biology and conservation
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Petitioners urge state to restore Errum Manzil 24.6.2019
Hyderabad: A change.org petition addressing Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has been started by members of the Fakhrul Mulk family, who built the Errum Manzil, to restore it instead of demolishing the structure for the proposed Assembly building. The Intach state unit had already given a petition to save the building. The petition garnered around 500 signatures in less than a day. "The family of Fakhrul Mulk humbly asks you, the Telangana state government, to preserve this heritage site that not only showcases his devotion to architecture but provides a sense of pride to all Hyderabadis. We ask the state government of Telangana to redirect the Rs 100 crore designated for the building of a new office structure in its place towards conservation efforts instead," the petition stated. It added that when the Fakhrul Mulk family surrendered the property during Independence to the Centre, they expected it to be taken care of, to be used as a remembrance of Fakhrul Mulk and his contributions to ...
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Limited edition of Thar 700 available for enthusiasts 24.6.2019 B & C – The Navhind Times
Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) launched the Thar 700 limited edition at a sticker price of Rs 9.99 lakh (ex- showroom, Delhi). This is the last batch of current generation Thar to be rolled out as a new generation model will be introduced in 2020. The limited edition commemorates the 70 year heritage of Mahindra as …
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Kozhikode: Notice to Bishop Remegiose on cemetery sale 24.6.2019
KOZHIKODE: Destruction of a cemetery and smuggling out mortal remains by aut-horities of Little Flower Church, Pushpagiri parish, Thamarassery diocese, near Koodaranji allegedly in January for facilitating a mega-mining project has landed in a legal dispute with relatives approaching the Munsif Court here aga-inst Bishop Remegiose Inchananiyil and the parish priest Fr Mathew Thakidiyel.   It assumed significance as the bishop had been an ardent critic of the Gadgil Committee report, leading a public campaign against its conservation recommendations. The plaintiffs demand the restoration of tombs with mortal remains, a compensation of Rs 5 lakh for the mental agony and humiliation they had undergone and punishment for the guilty. The Munsif Court 2A has summoned both the bishop and the vicar on June 14th and also directed the respondents to file a counter affidavit on July 2. The vicar and the bishop are the first and second respondents in their spiritual capacity as leading lights of the church and ...
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Designer brands stand accused of ransacking cultural heritage of poor people 23.6.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Fashion world shaken by cultural appropriation claims; tougher copyright laws may be implemented.
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Special rhino protection groups for Pobitora mooted 23.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
Special rhino protection groups for Pobitora mooted
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VHP delegation calls on Governor 23.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
VHP delegation calls on Governor
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Bengaluru: Move to amend Forest Act flayed 23.6.2019
Bengaluru: Amendments proposed to the Indian Forest Act 1927 has met with derision and the political fracas with regards to certain sections has already begun. At a public discussion on the amendments made to Forest Act organised by United Conservation Movement, A.M. Annaiah, former Additional Principal Chief Conservator, Forests, said that overall the amendments were fairly well except for a few sections. "Reserve forest should not be used for production forestry. One of the sections says any forest land could be converted into village land. Under the definition of forest. even reserve forest comes and that should be left untouched," he added. Annaiah opined that only Indian Forest Act should prevail. "One can do away with Karnataka Forest Act by incorporating some of the parts needed for state in the Indian Forest Act itself," he remarked. The former IFS officer even criticised the Forest Rights Act 2006, which according to him affected the conservation of forest. "Even ...
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Bengaluru: 'Defanged', a documentary on snakes to debunk reptile myths 23.6.2019
Bengaluru: There are umpteen number of myths associated with snakes. Forget about real snake, just the term 'snake' sends down fear down the spine of majority of people and is capable of dispersing hundreds of people in few seconds. Snakes have this bad reputation in the society. People forget that snakes is an integral part of the ecosystem and helps balance in it. With an intention to create awareness on wildlife conservation, the Karnataka Forest Department (KFD) has been taking proactive steps to encourage filmmakers to join its conservation efforts. "Defanged: Myths & Misconceptions", a documentary which was released on Saturday addresses false notions about snakes and highlights their importance in the ecosystem. The documentary is filmed by a team of filmmakers from Eyeris Media, supported by Kalinga Foundation, logistically by Kalinga Centre for Rainforest Ecology and technically by Felis Creations, Evanescence Studios and many more. Renowned herpetologist Gowri Shankar ...
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The shells of Khirsara and the stories they tell 23.6.2019 Panorama – The Navhind Times
TENSING RODRIGUES The story of the Harappan quartz bead industry could be to a large extent the story of the Harappan marine shell working industry as well, but for some major variations. Perhaps the most significant difference is the location of the manufacturing facilities. While in the case of the beads, the raw material was …
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Maharashtra minister urges farmers to not think about suicide 22.6.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Maharashtra has witnessed 12,021 farmer suicides during the last four years.
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Sri Lanka extends ‘State of Emergency’ by one month 22.6.2019 Central Chronicle
Agencies, Colombo Sri Lankan government on Saturday issued an extraordinary Gazette notification which extends the Emergency Regulations for another month — starting from today June 22. The Extraordinary Gazette issued by President’s Secretary Udaya R Seneviratne upon the instructions of President Maithripala Sirisena says the emergency was extended in the best interest of public security. […]
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Manipur clears overdrafts, RBI to lift restrictions 22.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
Manipur clears overdrafts, RBI to lift restrictions
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3rd Indigenous Mango fest at Dhakuakhana today 22.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
3rd Indigenous Mango fest at Dhakuakhana today
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5th International Yoga Day celebrated 22.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
5th International Yoga Day celebrated
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Full-fledged executive of Kurukh student body 22.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
Full-fledged executive of Kurukh student body
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