Kerala govt puts on hold Ordinance to curb abusive content

Chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said many people had raised apprehensions about the recent revision to the Kerala Police Act, 2011, after which the government decided to have a discussion on it in the assembly before implementing it. The about-turn came after the CM spoke with members of the CPI(M) state secretariat and the Left Democratic Front (LDF), said people aware of the matter….

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Tarun Gogoi: The three-time Assam CM who broke the back of insurgency

Known for outspokenness, Gogoi took over the reins of power in 2001, when insurgency in the state was at its peak and the economy was in disarray. The issues were quite different by the time he lost the 2016 poll to a BJP led alliance. Gogoi was born on October 11, 1934, at Rangamati, Jorhat. A lawyer turned politician, Gogoi was first elected to the Lok Sabha in 1971 from the Jorhat….

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West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee reviews work in tribal belt

All 13 assembly segments in Bankura are part of Lok Sabha seats, such as Bankura, Bishnupur and Bardhaman Durgapur, that were won by the BJP in 2019 when it won 18 of the 42 seats in the state….

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Trinamool record is better in West Bengal elections; task cut out for BJP

BJP is optimistic about 2021 West Bengal Assembly elections solely on basis of its 2019 Lok Sabha poll performance where it won 18 of the 42 seats and bagged 40.64% of the votes….

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Boeing, Boeing, gone! British Airways sells off jumbo memorabilia

The flag carrier has been badly hit by the global coronavirus pandemic. It is cutting 13,000 jobs — about one-third of its workforce — and operating about one-quarter of its schedule….

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Kashmir gets season’s first snowfall as temperature dips in North India; Andhra, Tamil Nadu brace for severe cyclone

Kashmir gets season’s first snowfall as temperature dips in North India; Andhra, Tamil Nadu brace for severe cyclone…

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Japanese lawmakers discuss Beijing’s aggressive policies & human rights violations in China

Shigeharu AOYAMA, MP of ruling Liberal Democratic Party said that more and more politicians were concerned about China’s violation of human rights and its aggressive ambitions. He mentioned that about 60 more members of Parliament had expressed desire to join Japan Parliamentary Alliance against China….

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Delhi govt asks pvt hospitals to keep reserved beds vacant; COVID death rate to come down in 2-3 weeks, says Jain

Delhi govt asks pvt hospitals to keep reserved beds vacant; COVID death rate to come down in 2-3 weeks, says Jain…

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Uttar Pradesh govt restricts number of attendees for indoor events; COVID-19 tally reaches 5.28 lakh

Uttar Pradesh govt restricts number of attendees for indoor events; COVID-19 tally reaches 5.28 lakh…

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Amit Shah launches mobile RT-PCR lab in Delhi; will conduct free COVID tests

The Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) testing mobile laboratory, a joint initiative of the SpiceHealth and the government, came up after Shah stepped in to fight the recent spurt in the number of COVID-19 cases in Delhi with a close coordination of various wings of the Centre and the Delhi government. …

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