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Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation urges Bombay HC to hear Parsi petition on Metro 3 20.7.2018 DNA: Popular News
The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRCL) on Friday urged the Bombay High Court to hear a petition filed by the members of the Parsi community regarding work near two fire temples, so that tunnelling work for Metro 3 could resume.  “We are running against time and the work (underground work) has reached very close,” Senior advocate Shrihari Aney, appearing for the corporation, said while informing the Bombay High Court that tunnelling work has reached near the two Fire Temples in Kalbadevi. Justice Abhay Oka said that a priest of the Parsi communtiy has been writting several letters to him highlighting the issue. The court posted the matter for further hearing on Tuesday and also directed MMRCL to submit details of work carried out in the nearby area, which would help petitioners put their case across. As per plan, the tunnels will pass directly under two fire temples and Atash Behrams (sacred fires) — one at the junction of Princess Street and the other at Kalbadevi. The petitioners hold that the work ...
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Anti-Sikh riots was 'biggest lynching' incident: Rajnath 20.7.2018 Rediff: News
Singh said the Centre will provide whatever assistance required but the state governments should take stringent steps to curb such incidents.
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PM Modi to attend BRICS Summit in South Africa next week; to also visit Rwanda, Uganda 20.7.2018 DNA: Top News
 Prime Minister Narendra Modi will next week visit Rwanda and Uganda before heading to South Africa to attend the BRICS Summit during which key global issues, including international peace and security, are expected to be discussed. The prime minister, who will visit the three countries from June 23-27, will first stop in Rwanda for a two-day "historic" visit, the first by an Indian premier, T S Tirumurti, secretary (Economic Relations) in the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), told reporters at a briefing here. He will then head to Uganda on July 24 and from there to South Africa. Modi will attend the 10th addition of the BRICS Summit in Johannesburg during which the grouping's leaders are expected to deliberate on global hot-spot issues, international peace and security, global governance and trade issues among others, Tirumurti said. On the sidelines of the summit, the prime minister is also expected to meet some leaders bilaterally, he said. Asked if there would be a bilateral meeting between Prime ...
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Kuldeep should play ahead of Ashwin, Jadeja in England Tests, says Swann 20.7.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Speaking of spinners, former England spinner Graeme Swann said Kuldeep Yadav should play in the first Test ahead of either Ravichandran Ashwin or Ravindra Jadeja.
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Graeme Swann explains how England can 'easily' win Test series against India 20.7.2018 DNA: Top News
Former off-spinner Graeme Swann foresees a strong Indian comeback in next month's Test series against England if the ball fails to swing, the chances of which are high due to a warmer-than-usual English summer. India lost the ODI series 1-2, giving England the bragging rights ahead of the five-match Test rubber starting August 1 in Birmingham. But Swann said things might just change for the better for the visitors in the longest format. "If the ball doesn't swing, England will have to rely on reverse swing later on. Jimmy (James Anderson) is not the same bowler with the older ball because by the time it starts reverse swinging, Kohli will be 60-70 not out," Swann told PTI. "England did well last time because Jimmy had the new ball swinging. It's just not Indians who don't do well against swing. Every batsman in the world doesn't like it when the ball swings around especially when Anderson is bowling," he said. "If it swings, England will win the Test series easily but if it doesn't, and I don't think it ...
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Manchester City's Pep Guardiola laments absence of resting World Cup players 20.7.2018 DNA: Opinion
Manchester City's World Cup representatives could miss the Community Shield tie against Chelsea and Premier League opener against Arsenal as they recover from a sustained period of club and international action, manager Pep Guardiola has said. Guardiola's title-winning squad had 16 players at the tournament in Russia, including England's John Stones and Raheem Sterling, Spain's David Silva, Brazil's Ederson and Gabriel Jesus among others. Following the conclusion of the tournament last Sunday, a majority of City's first team players have yet to resume full training and Guardiola says he will not rush them back.   "It is what it is," Guardiola told reporters. "We spoke - they have to come back ready. If the days before they are tired and they don't want to fight for the Community Shield, play at Arsenal, then stay on holidays. We cannot forget what we've done, but we start again. If they are ready they'll help us and if not, we'll wait for them. If they are not mentally and physically ready, they won't ...
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'It's a good thing India haven't sent Kuldeep home' 20.7.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Former England left-arm spinner Phil Tufnell says India will be better off playing him in the Test series as well, having done the good thing by picking the "rare" talent in the upcoming five-match Test series.
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'BJP uses nine tongues simultaneously' 20.7.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'The top level will be development and then sab ka saath, sab ka vikas.''But at the street level, the tongue will be vicious.'
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C’wealth rights body urges govts to ensure security to all 20.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
C’wealth rights body urges govts to ensure security to all
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Sushma defends citizenship Bill 20.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
Sushma defends citizenship Bill
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Students protest Moreh firing, denounce attack on student leader 20.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
Students protest Moreh firing, denounce attack on student leader
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MU notes 20.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
MU notes
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48 hours bandh supporters burn effigies, minor scuffles reported 20.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
48 hours bandh supporters burn effigies, minor scuffles reported
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Biren visits injured students ; Govt pressuring Centre to settle MU row: CM 20.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
Biren visits injured students ; Govt pressuring Centre to settle MU row: CM
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CCpur JAC questions 1951 base year 20.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
CCpur JAC questions 1951 base year
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JCILPS decries Govt's failure to put Bill in public domain 20.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
JCILPS decries Govt's failure to put Bill in public domain
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MU Community thanks people; condemn police brutalities and Pandey's continuous violation of MU Act 20.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
MU Community thanks people; condemn police brutalities and Pandey's continuous violation of MU Act
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Chief Minister visits injured students 20.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
Chief Minister visits injured students
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'I am confident the Supreme Court will not disappoint us' 20.7.2018 Rediff: GetAhead
'Article 377 is not about sex, it is about acceptance.'
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Delhi government to issue orders to private hospitals to increase bed capacity 20.7.2018 DNA: India
The Delhi government will issue an order to all the private hospitals and nursing homes to increase beds to cater to patients suffering from vector-borne diseases, in view of the monsoon season. In addition, 500 fever clinics would be established in different healthcare facilities across the national Capital to deal with the cases of vector-borne diseases. A meeting was held on Wednesday to review the preparedness and status of the actions taken for the prevention and control of vector-borne diseases like dengue, malaria, chikungunya and seasonal influenza. A special emphasis was on the across the border transmission of vector-borne diseases. "A good intersectoral cross-border coordination would be in place so that, if, there was an increasing trend of vector-borne diseases in any of the neighbouring states and districts, timely control measures could be taken in other adjoining areas like Sonipat, Rewari, Rohtak, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Mewat, Baghpat, Ghaziabad, Hapur, Gautam Budh Nagar," the statement ...
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