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India to chart is own course of energy transition: Pradhan 15.10.2019
New Delhi: India will chart its own course of energy transition in a responsible manner even as it is said to be a key driver of global energy demand in coming decades, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Tuesday. As the world battles alarming rates of carbon emission threatening the environment, countries around the globe face pressure to reduce hydrocarbon use and switch to greener sources such as renewable power and electric vehicles. Speaking at a ministerial dialogue at India Energy Forum by CERAWeek, Pradhan said India is the third largest energy consumer in the world in absolute terms after the US and China. However, per capita energy consumption in India is only about one-third of the world's average. "This makes it imperative to ensure energy justice to all, which essentially means access to energy in an affordable and sustainable manner," he said. Given its huge energy appetite and growth potential, India will be the key driver of global energy demand in the coming decades, he ...
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16-year-old Hyderabad PUBG addict fakes his kidnap, rescued 15.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
He was rescued from the bus terminal in Hyderabad on Monday when he was about to leave for his grandparents' house in Andhra Pradesh.
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After 2 state transport employees commit suicide, KCR is called as 'hitler' 15.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Surender Goud committed suicide yesterday night, the second suicide by an RTC employee, BJP leader Thakur Raja Singh Lodh said.
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'Aarey issue fight for environment: Sena's Aditya Thackeray 15.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The Shiv Sena leader is actively campaigning and rallying ahead of the upcoming Maharashtra elections.
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16-year-old Hyderabad PUBG addict fakes his kidnap, rescued 15.10.2019

Hyderabad: A 16-year-old PUBG game addict, who faked his own kidnapping and demanded a ransom of Rs 3 lakhs from his parents, was successfully rescued by the police from the bus terminal here.

According to the police, they received a complaint from a couple that their son had been kidnapped and that Rs 3 lakhs was being demanded for the teenager's release. Following this, a case was registered and the police started investigations.

During the course of the investigations, it was found that the boy faked his kidnapping and made the ransom call to his parents from a different mobile phone.

As per the police, the minor boy was a PUBG game addict and was lashing out after his mother confiscated his mobile phone in a bid to wean the boy away from the game.

He was rescued from the bus terminal in Hyderabad on Monday when he was about to leave for his grandparents' house in Andhra Pradesh. He was handed over to his parents later.

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Doing everything to bring back Archbishop’s body from US: Conrad 15.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Doing everything to bring back Archbishop’s body from US: Conrad
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Bezbaroa birth anniv observed in city 15.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Bezbaroa birth anniv observed in city
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Conrad seeks report, in touch with Consulate General 15.10.2019 The Shillong Times
No confirmation yet on arrival of Jala’s mortal remains SHILLONG: Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said he will be in touch with the Consulate General, San Francisco to get a better picture for a report on Archbishop Dominic Jala who passed away in a car accident on October 10 in California, USA. Speaking to reporters on ...
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Private sector investment rate may decline: Kotak report 15.10.2019 Business – The Navhind Times
​Mumbai: Private investment in the country may decline given the paucity of large industrial or infrastructure projects for the private sector, a Kotak report said on Monday. This despite a sharp cut in corporate tax announced by the government last month. The report cited a number of reasons for this such as weak balance sheets …
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IIT-M, ExxonMobil Research join hands for biofuel research 15.10.2019 Business – The Navhind Times
Chennai: The Indian Institute of Technology-Madras (IITM) on Monday said it has entered into an agreement with ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company (EMRE) for research on energy and biofuels. In a statement issued here, IIT-M said it will be a five year joint research agreement focusing on biofuels, data analytics, gas conversion and transport, and …
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Message From Saligao 15.10.2019 Editorial – The Navhind Times
No public cooperation for waste management devoid of norms ON Sunday, several agitated residents of Saligao prevented 14 trucks loaded with wet garbage from entering the solid waste treatment plant located in the village, alleging that the plant was not following the norms laid down for waste transportation and carrying waste in open trucks without …
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Post-paid mobile services restored; Kashmir says ‘Hello’ 15.10.2019 The Navhind Times
Srinagar: Mobile phones in Kashmir buzzed back to life on Monday, breaking the silence of a 72-day communication clampdown and reconnecting 40 lakh post-paid subscribers to the country, the Valley and their neighbourhoods but without any internet facilities. The phones started ringing from noon as promised by the government on Saturday and people across the …
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Govt waived 50% road tax without doing its homework 15.10.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Panaji: The decision arrived at by the state cabinet to reduce road tax by 50 per cent on purchase of all types of motor vehicles for three months till December 31, 2019, is likely to hit the revenue of the state treasury with an estimated loss of over Rs 50-60 crore in the current fiscal …
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Cataract surgery can make you 48% safer on road 15.10.2019 The Shillong Times
The ability of cataract surgery to restore sight is well known and a new study suggests that it can make people 48 per cent safer on the road. Cataracts are normal consequences of aging. They happen gradually over years, as the clear lens inside the eye becomes cloudy. Cataract surgery replaces the cloudy lens with […]
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Change comes only from positive thinking, Chhindwara is an example: CM 14.10.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that only positive thinking brings about change. Whatever development has taken place in Chhindwara till date is the result of positive thinking of the people here.  The Chief Minister was addressing the convocation ceremony of Footwear Design and Development Institute in Chhindwara today. He honoured 89 students of different […]
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SBI customers lament lack of facilities in Kharkutta 14.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
SBI customers lament lack of facilities in Kharkutta
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Automobile repairing centres mosquito breeding grounds 14.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Automobile repairing centres mosquito breeding grounds
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1 dead, 5 injured in Machkhowa mishap 14.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
1 dead, 5 injured in Machkhowa mishap
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Police caution against drunk driving after three deaths 14.10.2019 The Shillong Times
NONGPOH: The Ri Bhoi Police department has informed that checkings will be conducted on a regular basis in order to prevent vehicular mishaps caused by drunk driving. This announcement comes in the wake of a major accident which took place around 1am on Saturday in Ri Bhoi which resulted in the death of three individuals. […]
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Chinese Prez Xi pledges NRs 56 billion in aid to Nepal 14.10.2019 PTI: All news
Chinese Prez Xi pledges NRs 56 billion in aid to Nepal
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