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Maharashtra to begin 5-year acoustic study to understand marine life in November

The project aims to understand the distribution, population, behaviour and threats to marine mammals along Maharashtra’s coastline.

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Only three serving world leaders studied in India, compared to 58 in US

India’s low ranking suggests that unlike Bollywood, yoga and food, education may not be among its key elements of soft power.

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Crafting the right strategies in business

Bangladesh, Aug. 16 -- Home to several flagship events, Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) Business and Communications Club has been

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Keep focus on less meritorious students

Bangladesh, Aug. 16 -- St. Joseph Higher Secondary School is a Catholic higher secondary school in Dhaka. It is a

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Managing delays to boost productivity

Bangladesh, Aug. 16 -- Most people would admit to being guilty of the act of procrastination in their day to

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New scheme to revive 700 ‘ghost villages’ of Uttarakhand: CM Trivendra Singh Rawat

The villages have been rendered uninhabited due to migration and lack of facilities. Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat said the government is planning to acquire land in these villages, so that entrepreneurs can utilise them for horticulture, growing...

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2 NCR youth embark on 4200kms ride covering India, Myanmar, Thailand to showcase cultural diversity

The duo, Abhishek Mishra from Gurugram and Sonia Jain from New Delhi, will cross India, Myanmar and Thailand. The tri-nation journey is likely to end in Bangkok on September 1.

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Former soldier who gave local kids a mission, made them sporting heroes

Dharmender decided to take matters into his hands. He gathered these youngsters, mentored them, enrolled half of them at a gym in Sector 10 at his own cost, and started teaching kabaddi to the ones with a lean build.

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Maharashtra records 100% rise in spots prone to road accidents

The number of accident prone spots in Maharashtra has gone up by nearly 100%, with the state registering 1,324 accident prone spots in 2018 compared to 634 last year

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Two years after ‘disgusting’ remark on woman, Mumbai man gets 1 year jail

A 31-year-old man was sentenced to one year in jail for verbally abusing a woman in September 2014.

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Licences of 28 orchestra bars cancelled; more to face music

The Mumbai police are considering draft rules against rogue bars, to cancel their licences permanently.

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Expect heavy rain in Mumbai, along Konkan coast on Friday, says weatherman

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) alerted coastal states about a weather system (depression) over coastal Odisha.

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Train services resume in Kashmir

Srinagar, Aug 16 (UNI) Train services resumed on Thursday after remaining suspended for a day due to security reasons in the Kashmir valley following strike called by separatists on the Independence Day (ID).

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Uttar Pradesh government fixes land rates for Jewar airport project

Yeida chairman and agriculture production commissioner of Uttar Pradesh, Dr Prabhat Kumar, offered the land rate in a meeting held with around 100 farmers at the Gautam Buddha University campus.

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Three mistakes that led to Shahberi building collapse in Greater Noida

An exodus of sorts is happening in Shahberi with residents preferring to move out rather than take a chance with their lives. Experts attribute these primarily to three cost-cutting measures.

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Way forward in resolving problems in Kashmir is embracing its people, not bullets: PM Modi

In his fifth Independence day speech, Modi called the path Vajpayee showed to end Kashmir’s problems the right one and said his government would follow the same approach.

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Residents want ‘illegal’ borewell in Sushant Lok C-block sealed

The residents of Sushant Lok are alleging that the district hydrology department has not sealed the ‘illegal’ borewell installed at Queen Plaza commercial complex in C Block of Sushant Lok

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Gurugram basks in spirit of independence with sports, cultural programmes

In the spirit of freedom, societies in Gurugram unfurled the tricolour which was followed by marathons, cultural programmes and felicitation of staff members for their exceptional work

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Repeat offender main suspect in official’s killing in Manesar

The man, who had allegedly shot dead a 52-year-old government revenue official in Manesar on Tuesday, has reportedly been identified and a manhunt launched to nab him, police said on Wednesday

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Work on Old Delhi-Gurugram road to resume soon

Stalled since October 2017, work to upgrade the Old Delhi-Gurugram Road is set to resume soon with the forest department giving its nod to cut 600 trees for the project

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Gurugram traffic cop held for asking Rs 500 bribe

A traffic police constable was arrested and sent to jail on Tuesday for allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 500 from a Bhiwani resident, who was driving in the wrong lane

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Delhi’s south civic body to install solar plants on top of covered drains

In a first in the city, the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) is planning to install solar plants atop covered drains to generate green energy.

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Delhi civic agencies find easy solution for waste problem by burning it

The three civic agencies of Delhi have decided to take the easy way out when it comes to dealing with the problem of solid waste – produce energy by incinerating the garbage.

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Country’s atmosphere has vitiated, need respect to progress: Kejriwal

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said that people were being “made to fight in the name of religion” but for the progress of the country there was a need to spread love and respect

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Sign language helps children with hearing disabilities join Independence Day festivities in Delhi

At least 120 persons with speech and hearing impairment were invited by the Delhi-based Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya National Institute For Persons with Physical Disabilities to attend the Independence Day celebrations at Red Fort.

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