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UP CM agrees to hand over Pravish case to CBI: PAC 18.12.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
UP CM agrees to hand over Pravish case to CBI: PAC
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Congress compares FA to time bomb 18.12.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Congress compares FA to time bomb
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For improving roads, highways in NE PM Modi announces Rs 90,000 crore aid 17.12.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
For improving roads, highways in NE PM Modi announces Rs 90,000 crore aid
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BJP Mumbai President Ashish Shelar gets slammed on Twitter for promoting Christmas musical event 16.12.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
— Bhanusree Lohia (@nt_d_grlnxtdoor) December 16, 2017 Earlier, Amruta Fadnavis had dismissed the criticism she faced saying: “I will do what exactly my mind tells me. I will not be swayed by disruptive criticism. I have a mind of my own and I will work as per that.” Trouble began when Amruta tweeted and posted photographs of a Christmas event organised by a FM radio station on December 12. She was assailed by an array of abusive posts, some of which questioned her faith before marriage. Amruta had told DNA: “The motive behind attending the function was to give Christmas gifts to poor children. I was approached by this professional radio channel. During any festival, we have to do something good. We have to share happiness, whether it is Diwali, Janmashtami or any other festival.” Recently, carol singers and priests were allegedly beaten up and detained in Satna, MP over what right-wing groups claim was forced conversions. Suspected Bajrang Dal activists were alleged to have beaten up some Christians, ...
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AMSU protests in front of CM's office, 17 held 16.12.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
AMSU protests in front of CM's office, 17 held
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Mizo NGOs call off boycott of PM visit 16.12.2017 The Assam Tribune
Mizo NGOs call off boycott of PM visit
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State Govt woos ASEAN participants in roadhow 16.12.2017 The Assam Tribune
State Govt woos ASEAN participants in roadhow
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Direct transfer to beneficiaries from Dec 31 15.12.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Direct transfer to beneficiaries from Dec 31
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Naga leaders confident of final solution soon 15.12.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Naga leaders confident of final solution soon
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Year End Review: Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) 15.12.2017 Govt of india: PIB
Following are the major highlights of the activities of the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) during the year 2017:
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After massive protest, Mumbai university slashes exam fees 15.12.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Looking at protest from several quarters over fee hike in University of Mumbai examination (MU), the authorities on Thursday decided to slash fees by 60 to 80%. The decision was taken after academic council meeting which was held on December 11. However the new examination fee will be applicable from academic year 2018-19, and the first examination of the session will held in summer of 2018. Though the exam fees have been reduced, the University has decided to continue 5% increase every academic year. MU faced lot of flak when the examination fees were steeply hiked in 2016-17. It lead to massive protest with number of students refusing to pay exam fees. "For the Under Graduation courses, if a candidate is appearing for only one paper the fee will be only Rs 200 instead of Rs 1000. In case of post graduate courses, if a candidate appears for only one paper, the fee has been reduced by 60%", according to statement issued by the Mumbai University. PRO of the Mumbai University, Leeladhar Bansod, in a press ...
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No. of Japanese learners saw 5 fold increase in last decade 15.12.2017 DNA: Mumbai
With India strengthening its relations with Japan, the role of people who know the language has been on a constant rise and the number of learners, according to the statistics available, has increased five times in the last 10 years. People who work with automobile sector, information and technology industry, and manufacturing industry are among the top learners of the language. The region that tops with highest number of learners is Pune with over 3,000 people learning the language. The Maharshtra city also has three government institutes, Savitribai Phule Pune University, where the language is taught. Talking to DNA on the sidelines of the India-Japan Global Partnership Summit, Ashwini Sathaye, a Japanese language teacher from the city said, "Pune is a hub for people learning Japanese language because there are similarities between Marathi and Japanese in terms of the phonetics and pronunciation, people from Maharashtra find it easy to learn the language. The language has picked pace among foreign ...
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Aaditya Thackeray sets deadline for quitting alliance 15.12.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state went to polls on Thursday, the Maharashtra BJP government received its own jolt as Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray said the Sena would quit the coalition next year and come to power on its own merit. The timing of Aaditya's statement is crucial — on Thursday, the Shiv Sena came to power in the Thane zilla parishad, which comprises the fast-urbanising areas of Mumbai's extended suburbs like Ambernath, Bhiwandi, Shahapur, Kalyan and Murbad. The Sena won 26 of the 53 seats in Thane. "In one year, Sena will quit the government and come to power on its own. However, president Uddhav Thackeray will decide when we will leave the government," said Aaditya, Uddhav's elder son. He was speaking at a public meeting in Ahmednagar, when he called on people to transform Maharashtra. Aaditya also said that though the Sena was part of the government, it was performing the role of a 'paharedar' (watchman). "Women are not safe under this regime. The youth are astray. ...
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No romance! Teacher couple sacked in J&K 15.12.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Tariq Ahmad Bhat and Sumaya Bashir were preparing to start a new life when a phone call from their school shattered their dreams. On their wedding day, Tariq and Sumaiya, both teachers at Muslim Education Institute (MEI), Pampore, were given marching orders over the phone on the pretext that the couple was having an affair which will have an adverse impact on the students of the school. Ironically, the phone call was made hours before Tariq was set to leave to bring his bride home to Tral Township of south Kashmir on November 30. "You cannot imagine how it impacted our marriage. My mother fainted and the celebrations turned into mourning. We were not given a chance to explain our position," said Tariq. Employed with the MEI since 2013, Tariq said his marriage with Sumaya was arranged by the two families and the school knew it as they had thrown a party soon after their engagement in March this year. "I worked in the boys' wing of MEI and my wife at a separate girls' wing of the school. My wife threw a ...
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RN Ravi talks peace talk with State intellectuals 14.12.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
RN Ravi talks peace talk with State intellectuals
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Bandh hits Tinsukia district 14.12.2017 The Assam Tribune
Bandh hits Tinsukia district
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IIT Guwahati flagship event mentors over 100 NE students 14.12.2017 The Assam Tribune
IIT Guwahati flagship event mentors over 100 NE students
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Firing range, four tanks setup at Raj Varsity soon 14.12.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
The University of Rajasthan will soon have a firing range within the campus for training and practice of National Cadet Corps cadets. This was decided during a meeting between officials from NCC Rajasthan and professor RK Kothari, vice chancellor, University of Rajasthan, on Wednesday. Furthermore, the vice chancellor has also decided to set up four tanks as war souvenirs at various parts of the university campus. The officials also discussed several other points on the development of practice and training activities within the university. Professor Kothari also received the rank of ‘Colonel’ by the National Cadet Corps, Rajasthan, during the meeting. The title was given by deputy director general of NCC, Rajasthan, Commodore Tarun Kumar. It is to be noted that professor Kothari was an NCC cadet during his college years. Principals of various city-based colleges, which fall under the purview of the University of Rajasthan, including, professor Amita Sharma, professor Kailash Agarwal, professor JP Yadav, ...
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Row erupts over Rahul's TV interviews; EC issues notice for flouting poll code 14.12.2017 Rediff: News
the Congress too petitioned the Election Commission for action against Prime Minister Narendra Modi for addressing an event organised by an industry body on the eve of the final phase of the Gujarat polls where he
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