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Nasscom to train girls in using technology 17.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The Nasscom Foundation on Tuesday said it would train girls to use technology to address gender equality issues like violence, health and education.
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Govt set to delist GST unregistered contractors 16.10.2017 Kangla Online
Govt set to delist GST unregistered contractors
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Govt set to de-list GST unregistered contractors 16.10.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Govt set to de-list GST unregistered contractors
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UN condemns bombing in Somalia, offers support 16.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The United Nations' senior envoy in Somalia has condemned Saturday's bombing that claimed over 230 lives in Mogadishu and offered the world body's support.
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Iranians respond with anger, mockery to Trump speech 14.10.2017 deccanherald.com
Iranians responded with anger and mockery today to the bellicose criticism of their government by US President Donald Trump, who threatened to tear up a landmark nuclear deal. Trumps use of the phrase "Arabian Gulf" rather than "Persian Gulf" particularly hit a nerve in a country with a fierce nationalistic streak. "Everyone knew Trumps friendship was for sale to the highest bidder. We now know that his geography is too," wrote Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Twitter, referring to the US alliance with Irans regional rival Saudi Arabia. Despite pressure from the Arab Gulf monarchies, most international bodies still use "Persian Gulf" as the conventional name for the regions waterway, and many Iranians shared photos of US veterans medals and graves referring to the "Persian Gulf conflict" of the 1990s. In his White House speech last evening, Trump reeled off a list of grievances committed by the "Iranian dictatorship, its sponsorship of terrorism, and its continuing aggression in the Middle-East ...
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Student bodies slam HC curbs 14.10.2017 Hindu: National
Seek steps to challenge court verdict
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House sites regularised in Kothagudem 13.10.2017 Hindu: Cities
The district administration has embarked on distribution of pattas for regularisation of house sites and residential structures below 100 square yards free of cost in Kothagudem town. There have been ...
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Nanded civic polls: Results show that BJP can be defeated, claims Shiv Sena 13.10.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
Unfazed by its own failure in the Nanded civic polls, the Shiv Sena today took potshots at the BJP, saying the results sent a message that the saffron party can be defeated. The Congress won 73 of the 81 seats in the Nanded-Waghala Municipal Corporation polls in Nanded, the home turf of state party chief Ashok Chavan, denting the BJP's bid to wrest power and limiting its tally to six. The Sena managed to open its account with one seat and an independent also won a seat in the civic body, as per the final results declared by the State Election Commission this morning. "The Shiv Sena had to fight on dual fronts. On one hand was Ashok Chavan's Congress and on other the BJP, which uses all possible means to win an election," an editorial in the party's mouthpiece, 'Saamana', said. The Sena does not believe in playing casteist politics, it said. The BJP had made the election a prestige issue, with chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and his cabinet colleagues taking part in
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Plan fund absorption rate improves 12.10.2017 Hindu: National
It has touched 40.36% in Sept against the 21% during same period last year
Fabio Fognini gets suspended for two grand slam ban for US Open outburst 11.10.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Italy's Fabio Fognini was provisionally suspended for two grand slam tournaments and fined $96,000 for his outburst at this year's US Open, the Grand Slam Board said on Wednesday. Fognini directed vulgar language towards Swedish chair umpire Louise Engzell during his first-round loss to compatriot Stefano Travaglia and was subsequently disqualified from the tournament in which he was also playing men's doubles.A statement from the Grand Slam Board, an independent body responsible for the establishment and enforcement of the grand slam rules, said it had found Fognini guilty of "Aggravated Behaviour and Conduct Contrary to the Integrity of the Game". One of the two grand slam tournaments the 30-year-old faces a ban from must be the US Open, although the sanction will only be imposed if he is found guilty of another Grand Slam Major Offence during the next two years. The fine will also be halved if the hot-headed Fognini, who was fined $24,000 at Flushing Meadows for his antics, stays out of trouble over ...
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PIL in HC against discrimination in clubs 11.10.2017 Hindu: Cities
Woman allegedly discriminated against at Delhi Golf Club seeks compensation of ₹1
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‘Smart’ projects worth ₹300 crore cleared 11.10.2017 Hindu: News
Private vendors will also fund the capital expenditure of a few projects, says an official
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Uphold Iran nuclear deal to avoid conflict: Nobel winning ICAN urges Trump 10.10.2017 All International Stories
If Trump scraps the deal, it will open way for Congress to develop new measures to punish other aspects of Iran's behaviour
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CM sets 15-day deadline to fill potholes in Bengaluru 9.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Monday set a 15-day deadline to city civic body to fill about 15,000 potholes across Bengaluru, battered by heavy rains during the monsoon season.
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At least 12 Rohingya, mainly children, drown in latest boat disaster: Police 9.10.2017 Zee News : South Asia
Bangladeshi police officer Mohammed Mainuddin told Reuters that 12 bodies - 10 children, one woman and a man - had been recovered. 
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Boat carrying Rohingya refugees from Myanmar capsizes off Bangladesh 9.10.2017 Hindu: News
The boat sank near Shah Porir Dwip, on the southern tip of Bangladesh, said Lieutenant Colonel Ariful Islam, the local commander of Border Guard Bangladesh.
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EGM Condemns 9.10.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
EGM Condemns
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Kim Jong-Un hands more power to sister, reaffirms nuclear drive 9.10.2017 Zee News : World
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has promoted his sister to a senior ruling party post, state media said Sunday, and praised the country`s nuclear weapons programme which has sparked international alarm.
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N. Korea’s Kim promotes sister, reaffirms nuclear drive 8.10.2017 Hindu: International
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has promoted his sister to a senior ruling party post, state media said on Sunday, and praised the country's nuclear weapons programme which has sparked international ...
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N Korea's Kim promotes sister, reaffirms nuclear drive 8.10.2017 deccanherald.com
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has promoted his sister to a senior ruling party post, state media said today, and praised the countrys nuclear weapons programme which has sparked international alarm. Kim Yo-Jong becomes an alternate member of the partys powerful politburo, the decision-making body presided over by her brother, the official KCNA news agency said. The promotion was announced along with those for dozens of other top officials at a party meeting led by the leader on Saturday. It came as the regime faces growing global pressure to curb its weapons drive following recent nuclear and missile tests. Tensions soared as Kim traded verbal threats with US President Donald Trump, who tweeted yesterday that "only one thing will work" to tame the isolated nuclear-armed state. The sister, in her late 20s, has frequently been seen accompanying her brother on his "field guidance trips" and other events and is known to have been involved in the partys propaganda operations. Both were born to the late ...
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