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  • KPMG releases its latest Media & Entertainment report in Mumbai
  • Punjab registers 1,435 fresh COVID-19 cases, 47 deaths
  • Methamphetamine worth crores seized in Andaman again; Two Peddlers arrested
  • Navigating post moratorium asset quality to be key differentiator for lenders: ICRA
  • Priyanka demands resignation of UP CM, says cremation of Hathras gangrape victim without family's consent inhuman
  • Govt procures 44,809 MT Paddy having MSP value of Rs 84 60 cr from Punjab, Haryana in 3 days
  • 1435 new COVID 19 cases, tally reaches 182906 in Bihar
  • Opposition BJP, Congress allege covid mismanagement in Odish;BJP members stage walk out in the Assembly
  • Babri Masjid demolition: All accused acquitted on lack of evidence
  • COVID: J&K reports 975 new positive cases, 17 deaths
  • 237 new COVID cases, 421 recover in Manipur
  • UP: 10-member SP delegation to visit Hathras for probe
  • Coaches need to improve the 'mindset’ of the players: Igor Stimac
  • Delhi Govt to spray solution on land to prevent stubble burning: Kejriwal
  • Indira to Babri: Law has taken turn against once PM & now in favour of demolishers :Iltija
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50,000 Robin Hood Army volunteers to serve 30 million meals in India, abroad to underprivileged by August 15

Kolkata, Aug 06 (UNI) Robin Hood Army, a zero-funds organization working with volunteers to serve surplus food from restaurants and the community to the underprivileged, has pledged to serve 30 million meals under its #Mission30M initiative in India’s rural and urban areas and across 10 countries (Bahrain, Botswana, Malaysia, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Uganda) with 50,000 volunteers by August 15, 2020.
#Mission30M is one of the largest food relief effort, bringing together corporates and volunteers across countries to serve staple food to under-developed rural pockets, orphanages, old-age homes, homeless people, ailing patients, and daily labourers across the country.
Mission30M has been launched in the wake of COVID-19, where millions have lost their basic means of livelihood and are facing the starkest hunger problem in recent history. The mission, which got underway from July 1, 2020, has already served 12.5 million meals across 143 cities and 9 countries in the first 33 days. This unique model of goodwill is also a Harvard case study.
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1435 new COVID 19 cases, tally reaches 182906 in Bihar

1435 new COVID 19 cases, tally reaches 182906 in Bihar

30 Sep 2020 | 8:02 PM

Patna, Sep 30 (UNI) With 1439 new COVID 19 cases coming to light, the tally of coronavirus positive cases increased to 182906 so far in Bihar.

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Methamphetamine worth crores seized in Andaman again; Two Peddlers arrested

30 Sep 2020 | 7:59 PM

Port Blair, Sept 30 (UNI) While Bollywood’s drug scandal is keeping
entire India busy, in Andaman, the local police is continuously
seizing banned Methamphetamine worth crores, far away from media
glare.

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Assam officer awarded for pursuing issues of persons with disabilities

30 Sep 2020 | 7:57 PM

Guwahati, Sep 30 (UNI) The former State Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities (SCPD) of Assam, Kausar Jamil Hilaly, has been conferred a special jury award in the NCPEDP Mphasis Universal Design Award, one of most prestigious disability-access award in the country.

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Nine members of vehicle lifters' gang arrested by Ranchi Police

30 Sep 2020 | 7:56 PM

Ranchi, Sep 30 (UNI) Nine members of a vehicle lifting gang including the mastermind have been arrested from Namkum Police Station area of the state capital.

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237 new COVID cases, 421 recover in Manipur

237 new COVID cases, 421 recover in Manipur

30 Sep 2020 | 7:55 PM

Imphal, Sep 30 (UNI) Two persons died due to Covid while 237 new cases were reported today in Manipur.

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