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'Nobody is asking whether you eat onions': Rahul tells Sitharaman 6.12.2019 deccanchronicle.com
Sitharaman had told the Parliament: 'I belong to a family which does not eat onion and garlic.'
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'Nobody is asking whether you eat onions': Rahul to Sitharaman 6.12.2019 India News | Get Live Updates Of UP Polls, 2017 And Other Breaking News And Analysis On Politics And Current Affairs From India
Sitharaman had told the Parliament: 'I belong to a family which does not eat onion and garlic.'
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Centre to set up NEWMA soon: Mahanta 4.12.2019 The Assam Tribune
Centre to set up NEWMA soon: Mahanta
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Kharif paddy output may fall 12%, cotton rise 23%: Skymet 3.12.2019 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
Skymet did not give estimates for the entire kharif production. Earlier estimates by agencies such as Crisil have forecast a drop this year over the 2018 kharif output, breaking the rising trend of the past three years.
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State land policy for revising existing laws 2.12.2019 The Assam Tribune
State land policy for revising existing laws
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Pollution crisis 'disaster for all', says Spain envoy 2.12.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The Spanish ambassador also referred to the patterns of regular floods that have wreaked havoc every year in some part of India or the other.
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Here is what Fadnavis expects from newly-elected Maharashtra govt 29.11.2019 deccanchronicle.com
The common minimum programme prepared by the Shiv Sena-Congress-NCP government stated ways to assist farmers with floods and drought.
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Now in Oppn, this is what Fadnavis expects from new govt 29.11.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The common minimum programme prepared by the Shiv Sena-Congress-NCP government stated ways to assist farmers with floods and drought.
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Jyotiraditya Scindia changed his bio on Twitter 26.11.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, Congress leader and former Member of Parliament, Jyotiraditya Scindia has changed his bio on the Twitter handle. Now he has described himself as a philanthropist and a cricket lover, removing references of Congress former posts and. Many interpretations are being made after this change. However, Scindia says that he has made these changes to […]
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Inter-department feud hits Govt Press Road hard 26.11.2019 The Assam Tribune
Inter-department feud hits Govt Press Road hard
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Hulimavu lake breaches in Bengaluru, over 350 houses inundated, NDRF called in 25.11.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBPM) officials the fire and emergency services personnel were carrying out the relief work.
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Heavy rains in Kenya cause flooding, mudslides that kill 17 24.11.2019 PTI: All news
Heavy rains in Kenya cause flooding, mudslides that kill 17
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Will rebuild lives of flood-hit: BS Yediyurappa 24.11.2019 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed
Our government will provide all basic amenities to the flood victims by shifting their villages and reconstructing them: Yediyurappa.
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GSU seeks relocation of proposed MCH from Mahendraganj   21.11.2019 The Shillong Times
TURA: The Garo Students’ Union (GSU) from Ampati in South West Garo Hills has strongly objected to the setting up of the proposed Maternity and Child Hospital (MCH) at Mahendraganj and urged that the facility is relocated somewhere close to district Headquarters Ampati. In their complaint to the Deputy Commissioner of the district, the union […]
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All eyes on Shami as India in throes of making yet another cricketing history with pink ball D/N Test against Bangladesh at Eden 21.11.2019 Central Chronicle
Kolkata,  All eyes are on speedster Mohammed Shami as India are in throes of making yet another cricketing history when Virat Kholi’s brigade will host visiting Bangladesh for the first time to play day-night 5-day Test match with pink ball in the mid of over half-a lakh spectators at the iconic Eden Gardens from tomorrow. […]
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Nongpoh drain widening work to start soon: MLA 19.11.2019 The Shillong Times
GUWAHATI: Nongpoh MLA, Mayral Born Syiem on Monday inspected the site at Nongpoh town where drains and culverts would be widened in a bid to prevent floods during summer. Syiem was accompanied by officials of National Highways Authority of India and the revenue department of Ri Bhoi district. “An amount of over Rs 6 crore has been sanctioned ...
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Flood in The Floating City: Venice to face another high tide 17.11.2019 DNA
The floods hit Venice subsequently on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
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St Mark's square in Venice closed after floods 16.11.2019
Another exceptional high tide swamped flood-hit Venice on Friday, prompting the mayor to order St Mark's square closed after Italy declared a state of emergency for the UNESCO city. Mayor Luigi Brugnaro moved to shut the iconic square as the latest sea surge struck with strong storms and winds battering the region. It reached a high of 1.54 metres (five feet) just before midday, lower than Tuesday's peak but still dangerous. "I'm forced to close the square to avoid health risks for citizens... a disaster," Brugnaro said. In the afternoon the square reopened as water levels receded and forecasts anticipated lower levels in coming days. Churches, shops and homes in the city of canals have been inundated by unusually intense "acqua alta", or high water, which on Tuesday hit their highest level in half a century. "We've destroyed Venice, we're talking about one billion (euros) in damage and that's just from the other day, not today," Brugnaro said, as ...
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Untimely rains hit India's summer crops, delay rural economy recovery 16.11.2019
Heavy rains in October and November have brought more misery to India"s farmers, after summer-sown crops such as soybean, cotton, rice and vegetables suffered rain and flood damage during the wettest June-September monsoon season in 25 years. "We couldn"t harvest soybeans last month due to continuous rainfall," said Shantabai Chikhale, 65, while harvesting with her son on a one acre plot in Maharashtra, India"s second largest soybean production state. Chikhale had been expecting a bumper crop, but now estimates that two-thirds of the soybean pods on her farm in Kalamb village were knocked off by the rains, while much of the remaining crop has been damaged. The recent wet spell is also forcing farmers, like Chikhale, to delay sowing winter crops, placing a further drag on the rural economy at a time when India"s economic growth has slumped to a six-year low. After the ample monsoon rains, The Solvent Extractors" Association (SEA) had expected India soybean harvest ...
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Bypoll battlecry: A flood of woes for BJP's Kumatalli 16.11.2019
Hubballi: Thirty-five- year- old farm labourer, Madevi Mang of the  Nadi Ingalgaon hamlet in Athani taluk, is desperately waiting for government compensation to rebuild her house that was washed away in the waters of an overflowing Krishna river during the recent downpour in the region. But with no sign of any money coming her way yet although three months have passed since the floods, she has joined around 30 members of a women self- help group in boycotting the December Athani by-election. The angry women say their pleas have gone unheard although they have appealed to deputy Chief Minister Laxman Savadi, who hails from the constituency, to come to their rescue. They complain that they have no source of livelihood after the flood destroyed the standing crops on farms where they worked as labourers, and they are being harassed by moneylenders threatening to seize their belongings if they don"t repay the loans they have taken to make ends meet. They have reason to be upset as although over ...
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