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Association serves ultimatum to Govt 21.4.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
Association serves ultimatum to Govt
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Chopper service from May 15, assures Biren : CM inaugurates Pherzawl power sub-stations 21.4.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
Chopper service from May 15, assures Biren : CM inaugurates Pherzawl power sub-stations
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Syrian army bombards Yarmouk camp, war monitor says 20.4.2018 Central Chronicle
Agencies, Beirut The Syrian army bombarded jihadists in the last area outside government control near... more »
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100 people feted in Nalbari 20.4.2018 The Assam Tribune
100 people feted in Nalbari
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Land rehabilitation: HC concerned over AP government’s delay 20.4.2018 Hindu: Home
Division Bench dissatisfied at progress of rehabilitation and resettlement; AG to submit status report on Tuesday
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NH widening: Revenue Dept set to hold hearings 19.4.2018 Hindu: Home
First hearing at Cherthala on April 23 with regard to land acquisition
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Pravin Togadia ends fast, says will revive ‘Hindutva politics’ 19.4.2018 Hindu: News
Former Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Pravin Togadia ended his “indefinite fast” on Thursday, three days after he began the strike in Ahmedabad t
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PILs in Loya case nothing but propaganda machinery against ruling leadership: BJP leaders 19.4.2018 General News
BJP leaders Meenakshi Lekhi and Aman Sinha today said the PILs on the death of special CBI judge B H Loya was a kind of "blackmail and propaganda machinery" aimed at maligning the people in power and the Congress leadership should apologise the BJP President Amit Shah. Lekhi, Lok Sabha MP from New Delhi constituency and a lawyer, said the petitioners and activist advocates opposed to the BJP ruled government were trying to denigrate the constitutional institution. "When a court takes a decision against them, they start crying foul, maligning people in power bringing disrepute to the constitutional institution," she said, adding that those involved in the PILs on Loya's death were trying to "bring suspicion in the minds of people who are actually right thinking and have faith in the judiciary and democratic institutions." Sharing her views, Sinha, senior advocate and BJP spokesperson said,"with this judgement, those who attempted to politicise and malign the judiciary with malafide ...
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NGT directive on Subansiri expert panel 19.4.2018 The Assam Tribune
NGT directive on Subansiri expert panel
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Swaraj India to field candidates in Sorab, Sagar 19.4.2018 Hindu: Home
The Yogendra Yadav-led Swaraj India party will field candidates in two Assembly segments in the district.Speaking to presspersons here, K.P. Sripal, s
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₹ 28 cr. compensation amount released 17.4.2018 Hindu: Rx
Relief for farmers losing lands for Kaleshwaram canals
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Rorathang-Pakyong road widening works hit hurdle 17.4.2018 Voice of Sikkim
Suman Agarwal Pakyong, Apr 17: The aggrieved landowners living along Rorathang-Pakyong road took onto the streets today protesting against the ongoing road widening work by NHIDCL. More than 200 landowners demands stalling the ongoing construction work and demanded resettlement, rehabilitation and suitable compensation for their lands as per Land Acquisition Act 2013. The residents alleged […]
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Robots to the rescue where workers can't be found 17.4.2018 Business Standard: News Now
In a prosperous economy, there are few takers for new jobs
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How the CIA's Secret Torture Program Sparked a Citizen-Led Public Reckoning in North Carolina 17.4.2018 Truthout - All Articles
Truthout will never hide stories like this behind a paywall or subscription fee. Help us continue publishing free and uncensored news by making a donation today! President Donald Trump's nominee for CIA director, Gina Haspel, is  reported to have overseen  a US site in Thailand where torture of a suspected terrorist took place. Later she allegedly helped destroy evidence of torture. Her nomination, pending congressional approval, is viewed by many as further evidence of this administration's  support of torture  and an undoing of Obama-era efforts to end it. Her work was allegedly part of a program the CIA launched after 9/11 called  Rendition, Detention and Interrogation . From 2002 to at least 2006, the CIA orchestrated disappearances, torture and indefinite detention without charge of suspected terrorists. What can a small group of committed citizens who oppose these practices do to push back? A commission against torture in North Carolina may serve as a model for how citizen-led initiatives can ...
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At home and in exile 16.4.2018 Hindu: Op-Ed
We need to adequately plan for internal migration due to climate change
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Teesta Setalvad honoured 16.4.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
Social activist Teesta Setalvad was honoured with a medal of courage by Radical Desi publications and Indians Abroad For Pluralist India at an event o
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Single tribunal to expedite water disputes settlement: Meghwal 16.4.2018 General News
Union minister Arjun Ram Meghwal today said the proposed single national tribunal for settling inter-state water disputes would expedite resolutions and facilitate irrigation facilities across the country. The minister of state for water resources convened a meeting with the ministers and high-level officials of five eastern states -- West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh. At present, there are separate tribunals for the Cauvery, the Narmada, the Krishna and other rivers existing in the country and the formation of the Mahanadi tribunal is in process, he said. "Instead of having so many tribunals, a single national tribunal has been proposed in the Interstate River Disputes Act Amendment Bill 2017 which has already been placed in the Lok Sabha," he said. A single tribunal would also help the states get proper irrigation facilities, Meghwal said adding the decision of the tribunal will be mandatory. Not just of the states, but the nation's interest is ...
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Nigeria's Boko Haram extremists hamper polio eradication 16.4.2018 General News
Islamic extremists made Imana Alhaji Gana's village in northeastern Nigeria too dangerous for health workers to vaccinate against polio. Now that she and her family have fled to a displacement camp, those workers want to catch her children in time. Here in the camps housing thousands of families seeking safety from the extremists, health teams are going from tent to tent, inoculating youngsters against the disease that withers limbs and disables children for life. At first, Gana is afraid to let the outreach workers vaccinate her baby. Eventually they persuade her that the three-week-old child is not too young for immunization, which can take place as early as the day of birth. The complicated fight against polio is yet another way the Nigeria-based extremist group Boko Haram has disrupted life in the northeast, leaving children vulnerable to an entirely preventable disease. "When such children come to the camps or host communities they become a threat to other children," said Almai ..
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Neutrino project: no clearance from villagers 15.4.2018 Hindu: News
The recent granting of environmental clearance by the Union Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change has sharpened the divide between villagers of Pottipuram, activists and scientists, with local hostility to the project strengthening
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NCBS researcher has a go at the paradox of the plankton 14.4.2018 Hindu: Internet
In their model, the waste secreted by one species becomes food for another
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