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No plans to fight polls now, will decide at right time: Hardik Patel 22.7.2017 TOI: Cities
Talking about the death of five farmers in a police firing at Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh, he said that just like in Gujarat, the voices of farmers are being muzzled in MP as well.
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People are spreading 'false propaganda' against BJP in Meghalaya: Nalin Kohli 22.7.2017 DNA: Top News
Afraid of the BJP's rising popularity, many people are creating "false propaganda" against the BJP in Meghalaya, party national spokesperson Nalin Kohli said today. "We only see that people are creating false propaganda against the BJP because they fear that BJP's politics of development will be more preferred by the people of Meghalaya rather than the politics of corruption or politics with no development," Kohli said. He said, "We (BJP) are winning elections after elections. We are doing well. Those who believe in development are not going to be misled by the false and lies being spread in the social media and otherwise ...." Speaking on the secular mindset of the party, Kohli said he would be meeting next month the Christians here to clear the air on any misconceptions they may otherwise have against the party. "When I come to the state in early August I will personally meet members of the Christian community. We believe in Sabka Saath and Sabka Vikas. We do not distinguish between a Hindu, Muslim, ...
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WATCH: Mumbai comedian Jose Covaco takes on BMC's potholes in his unique style 22.7.2017 DNA: Top News
Reacting to the BMC slapping legal notices on Radio Jockey Malishka, Mumbai-based comedian Jose Covaco released a satiracal take on the condition of potholes in the city.  The 2-minute video sees a pokerface Covaco refusing to acknowledge the potholes on Mumbai roads, calling them tea vessels, hi-tech speed breakers and multi-purpose holes. I checked on a few areas near Bandra myself. Shame on these Mumbai citizens constantly blaming our authorities for things like potholes. pic.twitter.com/RuidDTO4Lo — José Covaco (@HoeZaay) July 21, 2017 Covaco takes a subtle dig at the BMC for serving a notice to Mendonsa’s mother for breeding dengue at her Bandra house with a shot of mosquitoes hovering over a drain near Lilavati Hospital. “These are not mosquitoes. These are Nanobots, a new technology, sent specially to Mumbai by Elon Musk,” he says. The video that ends with the comedian saying “Shame on all these citizens who are complaining against BMC, because everything is perfect here. So, shut up,” has been ...
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TN: Protesters attempt to parcel sanitary napkins to PM, FM in protest over 12 percent GST 22.7.2017 Sify Finance
A new form of protest was witnessed in Coimbatore, when members of the Revolutionary Youth Front attempted to parcel sanitary napkins to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and
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Indonesian President orders officers to shoot drug traffickers 22.7.2017 TOI: Intl Business
INDONESIA-DRUGS (PIX):Indonesian President orders officers to shoot drug traffickers
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Manipur’s handloom sector exhibits rich cultural heritage 22.7.2017 Kangla Online
Manipur’s handloom sector exhibits rich cultural heritage
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Aussie cricketers seeking employment in India 22.7.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Unemployment is hurting the top Australian cricketers due to their revenue sharing dispute with Cricket Australia, prompting them to look for endorsement deals in the lucrative Indian market.
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Internship drive 22.7.2017 The Assam Tribune
Internship drive
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Top 10 stories of the week: July 17th to July 23rd 2017 22.7.2017 Resources: Medianama
Top 10 stories of the week: July 17th to July 23rd 2017
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Homework, human connect missing in Congress: Shankersinh Vaghela 22.7.2017 TOI: India
I'm leaving the Congress because the system isn't working. Cong doesn’t have a killer instinct but if it is heading towards a suicide, I won't be part of it, said Vaghela.
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India drags feet over HIV-DR survey 22.7.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Armed with three empty pill bottles, Khem Chand, 48, is seen sitting in a queue of hundreds of patients at Lok Nayak Hospital's Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) centre. Chand realised that he was HIV positive in 2007. Since he has been on medication that has stopped working twice around. Chand is harrowed as he is on third-line drugs. "What if I develop resistance to these now? There is no drug which can keep me healthy. I am hanging on to my last hope now," he says. While the UNAIDS 2017 report estimated that up to 62,000 HIV patients in India died last year, National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) has barely kept record of 15,500 patients on whom first-line drugs have stopped working and 125 patients on whom second-line drugs have stopped working. Such patients have developed drug resistance and are vulnerable to die. There are no records of status or treatment of over 46,000 HIV patients and how they are faring. Out of the over twelve lakh registered patients, 9,97,869 patients are on ART medication, ...
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Privatisation of public health sector only a proposal, says Health Secy 22.7.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Breaking silence over the proposed privatisation of public sector health services, Union Health Ministry's Secretary CK Mishra said that this was simply a proposal put forward to the states by the Niti Aayog. "There is a severe dearth of facilities in certain district hospitals and so in these three sections — cardiac sciences, cancer and respiratory ailments. States have been asked to review the draft and give their suggestions on what they think of handing it over to private enterprises to run," Mishra told DNA. Health advisor to Niti Aayog, Alok Kumar said that the proposal that was mooted was merely in draft stage and it is not binding on any state to enter into a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) based on the draft. "It was merely mooted to get in reactions from states on what their thoughts regarding the PPP models were,"said Kumar. The proposed draft is not Union Health Ministry's first brush with private enterprises. In 2009, the ministry had issued permission to the Adani group to start a medical ...
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SEACO urges Govt to preserve religious places of Meitei 22.7.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
SEACO urges Govt to preserve religious places of Meitei
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"No More 24x7 Services" at CHC Yairipok 22.7.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
"No More 24x7 Services" at CHC Yairipok
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Four books released 22.7.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Four books released
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Manipur's handloom sector exhibits rich cultural heritage 22.7.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Manipur's handloom sector exhibits rich cultural heritage
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JAC demands 22.7.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
JAC demands
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Kuki Inpi, Kangpokpi questions demand to be included in Senapati district 22.7.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Kuki Inpi, Kangpokpi questions demand to be included in Senapati district
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Evacuation orders lifted but California wildfire rages on 22.7.2017 TOI: Intl Business
USA-WILDFIRES/ (UPDATE 2, PIX, TV):UPDATE 2-Evacuation orders lifted but California wildfire rages on
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NRHM funds diverted in six states: CAG report 22.7.2017 DNA: Top News
In six states, funds amounting to over Rs 36 crore, meant for National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), were diverted to other schemes, the Comptroller Auditor General of India's report reveals. The states in which fund diversion was reported were Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan, Telangana, and Tripura. In 27 states, the unspent amount has increased from Rs 7,375 crore to Rs 9,509 crore in 2015-16, the report states. Between 2011 and 2016, up to Rs 1,06,179 crore has been spent on NRHM, but a shortfall of health facilities continues to abound in India. Also, there were glaring delays in the transfer of funds from state treasuries to state health societies in 2014-15 and 2015-16, ranging from 50 to 271 days. "Shortfalls in the availability of required health facilities in states, coupled with deficient infrastructural facilities and unhygienic surroundings in some existing facilities are areas of concern," it states. Also, expenditure on reproductive health stands at Rs 42,89 crore, ...
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