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Grenade attack 28.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Grenade attack
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Best out of Waste Competition 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Regional Museum of Natural History, Bhopal organized Best out of Waste Competition cum Exhibition for the students of class 6th to 12th on 30th November, 2018. 51 students from various schools of Bhopal displayed their models made by waste materials. Participants used the waste materials likes; water bottles, vehicle tyres, CDs, thermacol used in packing of items, rope, tea cups, newspapers, utensils made by clay, pipe, pen, spoons, used match sticks to make various models likes; books stand, waterfalls, tyre pot for plantation, Matka Fridge made with clay utensils & sand, Air Cooler by plastic water tank & table fan, water dispenser, models showing the importance of cleaning, various type of dari by old cloths, table & sofa by newspapers. Aishwarya Singh from St. Mary’s Convent Sr. Sec. School, Tulsi Nagar, Bhopal won the first prize. Pranjali Tiwari, Rishita Patel, Chanchal Shyam Koshe, Divyam Thakre, Palak Boolchandani from St. Raphael Co-ed School Jatkhedi, Misrod, ...
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Positivity helps us reach goal 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Today, in the weekly series ‘Ullas’, a children’s film ‘Heeray ki Titli’ was screened at Madhya Pradesh State Tribal Museum, in the museum auditorium. The film is directed by Shanti P. Choudhary. This film revolves around Pishi Maa and a diamond butterfly. The film starts with Pishi Maa, who is going to the house of her younger brother Ganesh Ghosh. Pishi Maa goes there and hides the diamond butterfly in a pot. But one person unknowingly takes that pot. Then pot goes from here to there, but everyone is unaware that there is a diamond butterfly in it. At the end of the film, Pishi Maa gets the diamond butterfly again. This is the end of the film. This movie inspires viewers to keep positive thinking and not to greed for different things and luxuries of life. The duration of this film is approximately 1 hour 58 minutes. Shanti P. Chaudhary is a known director of the Indian film industry. Shanti P. Choudhary made the film in collaboration with the Children Film Society in ...
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Keep Hindi in original form 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Hindi fortnight begins at IGRMS Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Noted litterateur and Assistant IG of MP Police Malay Jain opened the Hindi fortnight at IGRMA. He said a new method has begun in Hindi in which the mixed form of Hindi and English is used. He spoke about the changes in Hindi in ATM and booking the gas and said the new generation faces lot of problem in Hindi counting. He said we can awaken our awareness by organizing Hindi Fortnight. He said the Hindi should be kept in its original form. He urged all participants to sign in Hindi. On this occasion IGRMS Director Prof. Sarit Kumar Chaudhary said we must absorb Hindi dedicatedly. New doors of progress will open. Museum Joint Director Dilip Singh said all technical and research works should be done in Hindi.The programme was conducted by Official Language Officer Sudhir Shrivastava. Exhibit of the Month For the exhibit of the month, IGRMS has selected “Warpu” (a pot of metal). This pot will be inaugurated on September ...
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Mahashivaratri 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Smoking marijuana has become a norm of sorts for many people who visit the Pashupati temple on the Mahashivarati festival. Its use is associated with Lord Shiva and on the day of the festival, taking a puff of a cigarette or a pipe containing marijuana buds passed around or sold by sadhus is seen as an homage to the Mahadev, the great god. Although the government classified marijuana and its derivatives as drugs and banned their use and sale in 1973, the authorities have been tolerating their uses during Mahashivaratri. This, perhaps, has partly to do with the religious significance. And at the same time, the sheer number of people indulging in ganja on the festival makes one think that maybe the law enforcement agencies cannot control their action. Rounding them all up would be unrealistic, hence the sensible thing to do is to leave the revellers to their own devices, that is as long as they do not cause social disturbances. Come Tuesday, the Pashupati temple premises will be teeming with tens of ...
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Oil from cannabis seed is the new elixir 25.1.2020 Rediff: GetAhead
CBD oil, found in marijuana, is gaining popularity for its pain-relieving properties. It's now legally available in India
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Bargain hunters fire up rally in cannabis stocks 24.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
Some cannabis stocks are seeing their prices surge as investors hunt for winners in the ashes of an industry shakeout that hammered share prices last year.
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Marijuana Use Linked To Increased Risk Of Heart Problems 21.1.2020 NDTV News - Latest
"Marijuana use, both recreational and medical, is increasing nationally yet many of its cardiovascular effects remain poorly understood," said lead author Ersilia M DeFilippis from Columbia University...
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Could Chennai see a repeat water crisis in 2020? Hear what Tamil Nadu Weatherman has to say 20.1.2020 Citizen Matters, Chennai
We catch up with Tamil Nadu Weatherman, Pradeep John, to hear his analysis of the north east monsoon this year, and if the city will have enough water to tide over the summer.
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The exile: What Kashmiri Pandits have not been able to do in the 30 years since January 19, 1990 19.1.2020 Scroll.in
‘Three decades of having gone through the unimaginable’: A personal essay.
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Delicious Punjabi recipes to tempt your taste buds 19.1.2020 Rediff: GetAhead
From Jalandari seekh kebabs to gajar ka hawla, presenting three yummy winter recipes.
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Watch: Make Saffron Baked Eggless Yogurt Pots To Avoid High-Cal Desserts (Recipe Video) 17.1.2020 NDTV Food - Latest
Yogurt works as an excellent alternative to ice-cream and other calorie-rich desserts.
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Factbox: Australian Open in numbers 17.1.2020 Reuters: Sports News
Following are facts and records ahead of the 108th edition of the Australian Open, which begins on Monday:
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Recipes: Til Ka Ladoo, Gujiya and more 15.1.2020 Rediff: GetAhead
On Makar Sankranti, prepare these easy-to-make delectable recipes.
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Makar Sankranti 2020: Significance Of Having Khichdi On This Festival 15.1.2020 NDTV Food - Latest
Khichdi is one of the most basic dishes made up of a combination of rice and lentils with very little spices is quintessential to the Indian diet.
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Madhya Pradesh Government To Honour Deepika Padukone At IIFA Awards 2020 11.1.2020 NDTV News - Latest
Besides exempting the film, Chief Ministers Kamal Nath and Bhupesh Baghel have sought to promote it in MP and Chhattisgarh
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Best out of Waste Competition 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Regional Museum of Natural History, Bhopal organized Best out of Waste Competition cum Exhibition for the students of class 6th to 12th on 30th November, 2018. 51 students from various schools of Bhopal displayed their models made by waste materials. Participants used the waste materials likes; water bottles, vehicle tyres, CDs, thermacol used in packing of items, rope, tea cups, newspapers, utensils made by clay, pipe, pen, spoons, used match sticks to make various models likes; books stand, waterfalls, tyre pot for plantation, Matka Fridge made with clay utensils & sand, Air Cooler by plastic water tank & table fan, water dispenser, models showing the importance of cleaning, various type of dari by old cloths, table & sofa by newspapers. Aishwarya Singh from St. Mary’s Convent Sr. Sec. School, Tulsi Nagar, Bhopal won the first prize. Pranjali Tiwari, Rishita Patel, Chanchal Shyam Koshe, Divyam Thakre, Palak Boolchandani from St. Raphael Co-ed School Jatkhedi, Misrod, ...
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Positivity helps us reach goal 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Today, in the weekly series ‘Ullas’, a children’s film ‘Heeray ki Titli’ was screened at Madhya Pradesh State Tribal Museum, in the museum auditorium. The film is directed by Shanti P. Choudhary. This film revolves around Pishi Maa and a diamond butterfly. The film starts with Pishi Maa, who is going to the house of her younger brother Ganesh Ghosh. Pishi Maa goes there and hides the diamond butterfly in a pot. But one person unknowingly takes that pot. Then pot goes from here to there, but everyone is unaware that there is a diamond butterfly in it. At the end of the film, Pishi Maa gets the diamond butterfly again. This is the end of the film. This movie inspires viewers to keep positive thinking and not to greed for different things and luxuries of life. The duration of this film is approximately 1 hour 58 minutes. Shanti P. Chaudhary is a known director of the Indian film industry. Shanti P. Choudhary made the film in collaboration with the Children Film Society in ...
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Keep Hindi in original form 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Hindi fortnight begins at IGRMS Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Noted litterateur and Assistant IG of MP Police Malay Jain opened the Hindi fortnight at IGRMA. He said a new method has begun in Hindi in which the mixed form of Hindi and English is used. He spoke about the changes in Hindi in ATM and booking the gas and said the new generation faces lot of problem in Hindi counting. He said we can awaken our awareness by organizing Hindi Fortnight. He said the Hindi should be kept in its original form. He urged all participants to sign in Hindi. On this occasion IGRMS Director Prof. Sarit Kumar Chaudhary said we must absorb Hindi dedicatedly. New doors of progress will open. Museum Joint Director Dilip Singh said all technical and research works should be done in Hindi.The programme was conducted by Official Language Officer Sudhir Shrivastava. Exhibit of the Month For the exhibit of the month, IGRMS has selected “Warpu” (a pot of metal). This pot will be inaugurated on September ...
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Mahashivaratri 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Smoking marijuana has become a norm of sorts for many people who visit the Pashupati temple on the Mahashivarati festival. Its use is associated with Lord Shiva and on the day of the festival, taking a puff of a cigarette or a pipe containing marijuana buds passed around or sold by sadhus is seen as an homage to the Mahadev, the great god. Although the government classified marijuana and its derivatives as drugs and banned their use and sale in 1973, the authorities have been tolerating their uses during Mahashivaratri. This, perhaps, has partly to do with the religious significance. And at the same time, the sheer number of people indulging in ganja on the festival makes one think that maybe the law enforcement agencies cannot control their action. Rounding them all up would be unrealistic, hence the sensible thing to do is to leave the revellers to their own devices, that is as long as they do not cause social disturbances. Come Tuesday, the Pashupati temple premises will be teeming with tens of ...
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