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  • 6 charged under NSA over illicit liquor trade in Bhopal
    BHOPAL: In the wake of a hooch tragedy in Morena district of Madhya Pradesh, authorities have cracked the whip against those involved in illegal liquor trade in Bhopal and booked six persons under the stringent National Security Act (NSA).
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  • AAP announces another list of 189 candidates in 17 local bodies for forthcoming MC elections
    CHANDIGARH: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has intensified its preparations for the forthcoming Municipal Corporation, Municipal Committee and Nagar Panchayat elections. Under this, the party on Saturday released another list of 189 candidates in 17 local bodies. In a statement issued from the party headquarters, AAP’s state incharge and MLA from Delhi Jarnail Singh and state president and MP Bhagwant Mann said that the AAP which is contesting the upcoming local bodies’ elections in Punjab on its…
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  • Two earthquakes jolt Chile
    SANTIAGO: Two earthquakes measuring 7.0 and 5.9 on the Richter scale jolted Chile's Magallanes and Antarctica region, with no reported casualties or damages, but authorities issued a tsunami warning after the first temblor.
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  • RBU to start PG diploma in waste management
    MOHALI: The Rayat Bahra University has decided to start Skill Enhancement Postgraduate Diploma courses under the Swachhta Action Plan and the Ministry of Human Resource Development on waste management.
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  • UP: Youth poses with gun at his mother's head, arrested
    SHAMLI: Uttar Pradesh): A youth posing for a selfie, with a pistol pointed at his mother's head, has been arrested by the Shamli police.
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  • Action planned against AP colleges offering coaching for exams
    AMRAVATI: The Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) in Andhra Pradesh plans to crack the whip on colleges given BIE affiliation for intermediate courses but which have turned their campuses into coaching centres to offer to help students prepare for various competitive exams.
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  • Imposition of Emergency has long lasting impact on generations: Justice Ramana
    NEW DELHI: Justice N.V. Ramana of the Supreme Court, the judge who is due to become the next Chief Justice of India (CJI), said on Saturday that emergencies have a long-lasting impact on generations.
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  • Lalu Prasad shifted to AIIMS, New Delhi for treatment
    RANCHI: Jailed Rashtriya Janata Dal president and former Bihar chief minister Lalu Prasad,73, was on Saturday evening shifted to New Delhi's All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) for treatment.
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  • Aruna Chaudhary greets daughters on National Girl Child Day
    CHANDIGARH: Punjab Social Security, Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Aruna Chaudhary, on Saturday, extended greetings the daughters of the state on National Girl Child Day, with hopes and prayers of their well being.
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  • Covid-19: No 'At Home' on republic Day at Punjab Raj Bhavan
    CHANDIGARH: There will be no 'At Home function in Raj Bhavan' on the Republic Day in view of COVID-19 pandemic.
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  • Universities and colleges in Haryana will be smoke free from January 26
    CHANDIGARH: Concerned over the increasing tendency among the students to take to tobaccoproducts, colleges and universities in Haryana will be smoke-free from January 26. The educationdepartment has joined the health department to nip the evil in the bud.
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  • Two villagers booked for assaulting Nakodar city resident
    NAKODAR: The Nakodar city police have booked two villagers on the charges of assault, criminal intimidation and committing crime with common intention.The investigating officer (IO) Mulakh Raj said that the accused have been identified as Balwindar Vejo and Takhi residents of Khurshaid Pur village.
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  • Attack on Mehat Pur police; two women arrested
    NAKODAR: The Mehat Pur police have arrested two women on the charges of attacking a police party.Station House Officer (SHO) Lakhvir Singh said that the accused have Jaswindar Kaur daughter of Gurdev Singh a resident of Jhugian village and her sister Kulwindar Kaur .
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  • Silent witness to Netaji's Great Escape: German Wanderer sedan
    KOLKATA: As the nation is busy celebrating 125th birth anniversary of India's freedom legend Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose with much fanfare, an iconic German Wanderer sedan of 1937 stands silent witness at Bose's Kolkata Elgin Road ancestral home from where he had made a "great escape" to Jharkhand's Gomoh railway station in 1941 to finally reach Germany.
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  • Australian states further ease border curbs
    CANBERRA: Western Australia (WA) authorities on Saturday announced that the state will reopen its border to New South Wales (NSW) and Queensland from Monday as they have continued to record zero locally acquired Covid-19 cases.
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  • Teams undergo Covid-19 tests, ready for Mushtaq Ali T20 knockouts
    AHMEDABAD: The eight teams that will play the quarter-finals of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy here at the Motera from January 26 have undergone their Covid-19 tests and ended their brief quarantine period. They will begin practice from Sunday i.e. January 24.
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  • Policy proposal for employment generation, scale-up in MSME sector
    NEW DELHI: A new policy proposal for creating an Udyog Sahayak Enterprises Network (USENET) was released on Saturday. The proposal is the result of a collaboration between Azim Premji University, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, and Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.
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  • Andhra govt employees threaten to boycott panchayat polls
    AMARAVATI: Hours after the Andhra Pradesh State Election Commissioner (SEC) Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar on Saturday issued a notification for the four-phase panchayat polls, the state government employees associations representatives threatened to boycott the elections because of the pandemic.
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  • Pant should replace Iyer or Samson in India ODI, T20I squads: Hogg
    NEW DELHI: Former Australia all-rounder Brad Hogg has called on the Indian selectors to include Rishabh Pant in India's limited-overs squads saying that the batsman's ability to play unconventional shots makes him difficult to bowl to.
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  • Lahiri fails to make cut in PGA Tour event at La Quinta
    LA QUINTA CALFORNIA:India's Anirban Lahiri failed to make the cut at PGA Tour's American Express golf at the PGA West Stadium Course here.Lahiri ended with a score of 3-under par at the end of round 1 and 2 with the cut being set at 4-under par. He had a tied 15 finish in the first round.
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