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Opinion: Why India Is Source Of Most Elite Group Of Immigrants In US 27.1.2020 NDTV News - Top-stories
Among advocates of immigration restriction, it's almost an article of faith that newcomers from rich countries are more desirable than those from poor countries. In early 2018, President Donald Trump...
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Amid Jeff Bezos Hack Row, Details Of Spyware In India, Other Countries 27.1.2020 NDTV News - India-news
The alleged theft of data from the iPhone X used by billionaire Jeff Bezos has cast an unflattering light on the swiftly growing and highly secretive cottage industry of software developers...
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Kashmir: 2G internet services ‘temporarily snapped’ hours after being restored 26.1.2020 Scroll.in
Police officials in Kashmir said the internet would be restored after Republic Day celebrations were over on Sunday.
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Traffic Violations 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Central Government has steeply hiked the penalty and jail terms for committing traffic offenders and crimes. These strict measures have come into effect and operation from September 1, 2019. But the states are allowed it so desire, to reduce the fine amount in such traffic violations by 50 per cent. It means different states can have different rates of fines. Now the traffic on long routes and highways are operating on inter-state and on all India basis. There are provisions like ‘N-P’ – (National Permit). By way of G.S.T. of the nation has adopted uniform tax system for the whole nation to strengthene the feeling of oneness. In such atmosphere at it totality improper to allow states to have different rates on traffic violations. The traffic is wholly of all India nature. There should be complete uniformity in all the traffic rules, regulations and action on traffic violation. The different rates for traffic violation in states is negation of the idea and objectives of G.S.T. There are certain new ...
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Road Accidents 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Supreme Court Road Safety Committee is looking into road accidents caused by the pits on the roads and its damaged conditions. In this context the Supreme Court committee was informed that in Madhya Pradesh between 2013 to 2017 on this count 1385 persons were killed. In this respect the state is in third position after Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra. But the Government must take overall view of all type of accidents. There are general thing is that roads are not so wide and number of vehicles are increasing day by day. In cities the road dividers are necessary and it are also cause a number of road accidents and deaths. It generally occur in overtaking situation. The other factors are rash driving, driving while drunk and talking on mobile phones. These are driving offences but going on with immunity. Occasionally there are traffic police special drives to regulate the traffic but it are of few days and that is meaningless. The traffic control measures should go on regular basis.
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Attack on Police 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Recently a police assistant sub-inspector Mr.Bhilala was deliberately run over by three car borne persons. In Ashok Nagar district police station of Kadwaya a group of persons raided the police station assaulted the police inspector and constables took away the culprit from the police custody, who was there on the charge of hitting a bike by his tractor. The raiding party also took away the tractor. In the past twice in the Bhind the team of Collector and Superintendent of police were attacked by the gang of sand mafia and they had to flee to save their life. Once the Vice President of Bhind district BJP took away his seized sand laden trucks from the police station. All such incidents demoralize the police and public and encourage the criminals who are now targeting the police itself. The crime situation is very grim and deteriorating day by day. They do not fear Jail rather get everything lavish food from outside the jail, mobile, wine and operate criminal activities right from the inside ...
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Neglect of Elders 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
It is a most despisable degradation of society that now in within family the elders are neglected, maltreated and suffer disrespect. The problem is so wide and severe that some decade back the Parliament framed a law to provide security to elders if they are neglected by their sons and other family members. The Executive Magistrates are empowered to give prompt hearing in such cases and provide and relief to harassed elders. The maximum number of such cases are reported from Bhopal, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Amritsar, Mangalore. The Executive Magistrates in many cases directed the sons to pay maintenance to their elders or keep them with due respects and comforts. The HelpAge survey revealed that mobile phone are in very excessive use depriving the people from attending to their family members. Sons and daughter-in-law misbehaves such a cruel way as if they are fad up with the elders and want to get rid of them. Some want their elders to go to old age homes. The old men who brought and established their sons ...
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Agony of Students 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Central Board of Secondary Education leak of examination papers the 28 lakh students all over the country put to harassment for no fault of their own. The Government is beating about the bushes by way of raids and interrogation to trace the persons who managed to secure papers illegally and sold it to students. The CBSE Chairperson Mrs.Anita Karwal has said that they have taken the decision to hold re-examination in the two subjects – Maths and Economics of 10th and 12th class very soon. But the students are demanding either the re-examination of all the subjects be held or none at all. There must have been leakages in all question papers of all subjects. In the era of information revolution and technology the leaked papers must have been transmitted to all over India by way of Fax, Mobile SMS and Whatsapp. It is totally absured to say that the leakage was confined to Delhi alone. The initial reports revealed that the question papers were sold at very high price at Rs.35,000/- The police is doing ...
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Women Security 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Not only in the Capital Bhopal but all over the Madhya Pradesh the eve teasing criminals consider as act of adventure and masculinity. They became violent and attack if girls and women resent or resist their criminality. It is a growing realization in the society that the ways of punishment and system in the jail have gone astray. The physical punishment and hard labour have be abolished in the jail system. The criminal are just kept confined and doing small scale jobs and earning wages. The form gang inside the jail and operate from their with having mobile phone with them.They have no fear of jail at all. Such criminals commit crimes the day they are released. The jail system should be put back to whipping the criminals in public place and very hard labour. Jails are place of punishment and should not be converted into centre of small scale job and wage earning. Punishment should be in accordance with the crime. A criminal should be criminalized, brute should be brutalized and inhuman criminal be ...
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2G mobile internet restored in Kashmir from midnight 25.1.2020 The Assam Tribune
2G mobile internet restored in Kashmir from midnight
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Limited internet to be restored in Kashmir, no access to social media 25.1.2020 Reuters: World News
Limited mobile data services and internet will be temporarily restored in Jammu and Kashmir from Saturday, ending nearly a six month communications lockdown after Prime Minister Narendra Modi withdrew the Muslim majority region's autonomy.
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The big news: Rajasthan Assembly passes resolution against CAA, and 9 other top stories 25.1.2020 Scroll.in
Other headlines: Mobile and broadband internet are expected to be restored in Jammu and Kashmir today, and a court disposed off 2012 Delhi rape convicts’ plea.
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Kashmir: Release detained political leaders, US diplomat urges India 25.1.2020 Scroll.in
Alice Wells added that India’s broadening strategic horizons has led to a shift from a passive foreign policy to one that advances Indian interests vigorously.
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The big news: Internet restored in Kashmir today, but no social media, and 9 other top stories 25.1.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
Other headlines: The Bhima Koregaon case was handed over to NIA, and more than 20,000 passengers were screened in India for the Wuhan coronavirus.
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J&K: 2G mobile internet, broadband to be restored today, but with restrictions 25.1.2020 Scroll.in
Internet will be limited to ‘whitelisted’ websites and social media platforms will not be accessible.
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Mexican model with no arms challenges perceptions of beauty 25.1.2020 Reuters: World News
Born without arms, Mexican model Ana Gabriela Molina wants to challenge traditional perceptions of physical attractiveness by winning a beauty pageant in her home state of Veracruz.
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2G mobile Internet back in Kashmir with restrictions 25.1.2020 Rediff: News
Access shall be limited only on whitelisted sites and social media applications will continue to remain out of bounds for the Valley's residents, it said.
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2G Mobile Internet Services To Be Restored In Kashmir, With Restrictions 24.1.2020 NDTV News - Latest
The Jammu and Kashmir administration has decided to restore broadband and mobile Internet connectivity across the union territory starting Saturday, but with restrictions. Internet access will be...
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Australian Open: More pressure on new generation tennis players than likes of Federer, says Zverev 23.1.2020 Scroll.in
The 22-year-old said the constant news cycle and social media made it tough to keep focus and ignore negativity.
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'The gate of justice is opened': Rohingya cheer as World Court orders Myanmar to protect them 23.1.2020 Reuters: World News
Rohingya Muslims celebrated a decision by the International Court of Justice to order Myanmar to protect them, hovering over mobile phones in refugee camps to watch the first legal victory since a military-led crackdown drove them from their homes.
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