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Emergency talk back system and other various security measures for women in Railways 20.7.2018 Govt of india: PIB
On trial basis, Emergency Talk Back System has been provided in 06 ladies coaches of two Electrical Multiple Unit (EMU) rakes (03 coaches each) in Mumbai Suburban. One air conditioned EMU rake running in Mumbai Suburban has also been fitted with this system.
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5 benefits of investing in fixed deposits 19.7.2018 Sify Finance
[India], July 19 (BusinessWire India): For all risk-averse investors out there, seeking a safe avenue for investing their hard-earned money, fixed deposits rank right at the top of their investment
Allegations of atrocities on Dimasas by Naga rebels rejected 19.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
Allegations of atrocities on Dimasas by Naga rebels rejected
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Crime and Rape Incidents against Women 18.7.2018 Govt of india: PIB
            The details of cases registered for crimes against women, including rape, from 2014 to 2016 is as below:   Year No.
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Airbus appoints new India head for its helicopters business 18.7.2018 Sify Finance
Aerospace major Airbus on Tuesday said it has appointed Ashish Saraf as Head of the helicopter division of Airbus India.
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Meet the Javadekars 18.7.2018 Rediff: News
'My wife has done everything... She has had to give up a lot,' HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar tells Sahil Makkar.
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Ashish Saraf to lead Airbus India's helicopter division 17.7.2018 Sify Finance
[India], July 17 (ANI): Airbus on Tuesday announced the appointment of Ashish Saraf as the Head of its India faction's helicopter division.
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Students hurt in police action in Manipur 17.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
Students hurt in police action in Manipur
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Awareness meet on electrical safety 17.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
Awareness meet on electrical safety
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Minor girl jumps off 7th floor of hospital building in Noida 17.7.2018 DNA: Money
A 15-year old girl allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the seventh floor of a building inside the district hospital at Sector 31 on Monday morning. The police said that they have not recovered any suicide note from the woman's possession. According to the police, she was a resident of Nithari in Sector 31 and was mentally disturbed. "I heard a loud cry. Initially, I thought some heavy object has fallen from the top but when I went and checked, a girl was lying down in a pool of blood," said Vikram Singh, the security guard. The guard immediately informed the emergency ward and the doctors stated that they received the information of the incident at around 11.45 am but she had already succumbed to her injuries. The hospital administration immediately informed the police and a team was sent to the spot and the body was sent for post-mortem. However, questions at the security staff can also be raised as to how did the girl reach the top of the building. The police said that further action will be ...
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Did Indira Gandhi govt give just 2 hours to Justice AN Ray to decide on CJI post? 16.7.2018 DNA: Money
Former Chief Justice of India A N Ray was given "two hours" to decide on accepting the top judicial post in the country in 1973, that had created a controversy as his appointment had led to the supersession of three senior judges of the top court, according to a latest book. "If I didn't accept (the post), someone else would have been offered it. I did not hanker for it," Justice Ajit Nath Ray is quoted as saying in the book "Supreme Whispers", authored by Abhinav Chandrachud, the grandson of former Chief Justice Y V Chandrachud. However, Justice Ray's statement about being given "two hours" to decide on taking over as the CJI has been challenged by some other senior judges of that period, who claimed in the book that he knew about his upcoming appointment much in advance. Justice Ray passed away in 2010. This and several other claims and counter-claims were made by over 66 Supreme Court judges in their interviews to American scholar George H Gadbois Junior in the 1980s, which is now out in the ...
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Agitators refuse to cooperate with MHRD probe panel 16.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
Agitators refuse to cooperate with MHRD probe panel
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CM role sought over alleged ill-treatment to Govt staff 16.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
CM role sought over alleged ill-treatment to Govt staff
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LIVE! Trump arrives in Helsinki for first summit with Putin 16.7.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Express delivery: Mumbai woman gives birth to twins on train 15.7.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
 A 30-year-old woman delivered twins on a Mumbai-Visakhapatnam train at Kalyan Junction near here today, railway officials said. It was a girl and a boy. Shaikh Tabassum, a resident of Ghatkopar in Mumbai, was travelling with her family by LTT (Mumbai)-Visakhapatnam Express when she went into labour this morning, a Central Railway official said. Upon getting information about the medical emergency, the train was halted at Kalyan, 51 km from Mumbai terminus, and a Railway medical team attended the woman. She gave birth inside the train. Afterwards the mother and the newborns were admitted to a local hospital. All three were doing fine, the official said.  Article ...
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Selfless service of ambulances in Sonitpur 15.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
Selfless service of ambulances in Sonitpur
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Ahmedabad: Jagannath's tour of city peaceful 15.7.2018 DNA: Top News
The Jagannath temple wore a festive look on Saturday as Ahmedabad celebrated Lord Jagannath's 141st Rath Yatra of the city. The 400-year-old temple in Jamalpur began receiving visitors since midnight with the crowd surging as the day wore off. Over 1,200 cops and other paramilitary forces were deployed in and around the temple premises alone to ensure that the yatra passed off peacefully. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel arrived around 7 to perform the Pahind Vidhi (the ceremonial cleansing of the route with a golden broom before the yatra begins). Speaking to reporters after the event, Rupani said, "The yatra is now a celebration for the people and it is a festival that transcends religious and caste lines. We hope that Lord Jagannath will continue to shower his blessing on the state." Earlier, the CM had also taken the real-time monitoring of the security arrangements for the yatris through the CM dashboard command control, allowing him to know the progress of the yatra ...
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Gujarat: Nine districts wait for good rains 14.7.2018 DNA: Money
Heavy rainfall is being received at several places in south Gujarat and Saurashtra for the past few days, but rains continue to elude several districts. More than three weeks after monsoon arrived in the state, as many as nine districts are yet to receive even one-tenth of the season's average rainfall. Kutch, which received 417 mm average annual rainfall between 1988 and 2017, has received only 5 mm average rainfall this season as of Friday, ie just 1.30 per cent of the average. Four talukas in Kutch have recorded zero rainfall, according to a State Emergency Operation Centre (SEOC) report. Devbhumi Dwarka and Surendranagar districts of Saurashtra have received 2.3 per cent and 4.2 per cent of the average annual rainfall of the last 30 years so far. Ahmedabad district, where average annual rainfall over the past 30 years was 714 mm, has received 56 mm rain as of Friday. Ahmedabad city has recorded 91 mm rainfall, which is 11 per cent of the average 803 mm rainfall. The two north Gujarat districts of ...
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France v/s Croatia, FIFA World Cup 2018: Terror fears high, Paris police brace for risks during final 13.7.2018 DNA: Top News
Paris is preparing to deploy thousands of police to secure the massive street parties if France wins Sunday's World Cup after years of attacks targeting crowds and other so-called "soft" targets. The weekend is likely to be further complicated by Saturday's Bastille Day festivities which have been known to get rowdy, at times leading to skirmishes with the police. Few French can think of the traditional national holiday parties and firework displays without recalling the 86 people mown down by a van in the Mediterranean coastal resort of Nice on July 14, 2016. More recently, one person was killed and four others wounded when a man went on a stabbing spree in a lively Paris neighbourhood last May. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for both attacks. "The goal is to guarantee that these events go off smoothly... that the party not be spoiled by such tragedies," Paris police chief Michel Delpuech said Thursday.   He said police forces had not faced such a confluence of "exceptional events" in ...
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100 NDRF teams deployed in 71 locations across country to deal with floods 12.7.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
Nearly 100 teams comprising about 4,500 personnel of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have been deployed in 71 locations across the country to deal with floods and heavy rains. Additional teams are also on standby in all NDRF battalions and will be mobilised as per demand. The NDRF has deployed 97 teams at 71 locations in at least 14 states across the country for rescue and relief operations of flood affected people, a Home Ministry official said. A team of NDRF comprises 45 personnel. The force is in constant touch with the India Metrological Department (IMD), the Central Water Commission (CWC) and other agencies. Battalion commanders are in touch with state authorities to render all possible assistance in time of crisis, the official said. A 24x7, NDRF control room in Delhi is closely monitoring the situation round-the-clock. The disaster emergency force is fully geared up to face any eventuality arising due to floods and has mobilised its resources at vulnerable locations across the ...
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