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  • Jammu Police arrests three habitual offenders
  • ED files prosecution complaint against Gujarat-based media firm director in money-laundering case
  • Yogi Govt tops in Covid-19 management
  • J&K Prisons Department to resume family-inmate ‘Mulaqat’
  • PM condoles loss of lives in SII fire
  • Approx 80 pc polling in the final round of PRI elections
  • Eight killed, 10 injured in 2 autos, one car and lorry collision in Telangana
  • Three people, including a Woman, drowned at Gokarna pilgrimage centre
  • Karnataka registers 674 fresh cases of covid-19
  • Covid-19: 129 new cases detected in Nashik
  • Two COVID-19 related deaths, six new cases, 420 inoculated in Meghalaya
  • Konark to be developed into a world-class tourist destination
  • Govt committed to resolve boundary issue, says Meghalaya CM
  • Heroin, Opium worth Rs 6 cr seized in Anantnag, 1 held
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Anti-Bru settlement movement in Tripura widens communal divide

Agartala, Nov 23 (UNI) The ongoing tension in Kanchanpur and Panisagar sub-divisions of North Tripura after the death of two persons during agitation against state government’s plan of settlement of displaced Brus of Mizoram here has spread across Kumarghat sub-division of Unokoti district yesterday.
At least three vehicles and a motorbike were burnt down and seven persons, including five policemen were injured at Demdum on Fatikroy-Kamalpur road by the agitating neighbours of fireman Biswajit Debbarma, who was killed in a mob attack at Agnipasa village of Panisagar two days ago immediately after one of the agitator Srikanta Das (46) was killed in police firing on NH-8.
Deputy Inspector General of Police (Northern Range) L Darlong said the situation in the districts is under control and sufficient forces have been deployed in the locations.
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18 HIV/AIDS Infected Sikkimese Mothers Deliver Babies with No AIDS disease

21 Jan 2021 | 9:45 PM

Gangtok Jan 21 ( UNI ) State has been witnessing HIV/AIDS infected
Young and Old simultaneously .So much so that presently 18 Children
under 15 years of age, have been detected and are under treatment,500
Grown ups are also found infected ,212 out of these are under
treatment,110 persons lost their lives to HIV /AIDS , during the
Corona wave year . But miraculously 18 AIDS infected mothers,have
delivered babies devoid of the HIV/AIDS,with wonderful ‘Elimination of
transmission mother to Child’. Question arises is anything being done
for Awareness,despite Corona ?
Sikkim State AIDS control society has come up with novel way of
generating awareness about the dreaded disease HIV/ AIDS.All different
wings of the Society are also carrying out relevant activities.

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No refugees will be left out, 2,79000 patta will be given: Mamata

No refugees will be left out, 2,79000 patta will be given: Mamata

21 Jan 2021 | 9:34 PM

Atanu Roy
Kolkata, Jan 21 (UNI) Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said a total of 2 lakh 79 thousand freehold leases or patta (land certificates) have been issued in the entire state including Kolkata.

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Lalu and left trying to make Bihar, a graveyard of Industries: Modi

Lalu and left trying to make Bihar, a graveyard of Industries: Modi

21 Jan 2021 | 9:25 PM

Patna, Jan 21 (UNI) Former Bihar Deputy Chief Minister and BJP member of Rajya Sabha Sushil Kumar Modi today alleged that RJD chief Lalu Prasad and left parties were trying to make the state, a graveyard of industries.

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Nitish Kumar directs to accelerate the pace of construction of Gurudwara in Rajgir

Nitish Kumar directs to accelerate the pace of construction of Gurudwara in Rajgir

21 Jan 2021 | 9:16 PM

Patna, Jan 21 (UNI) Elaborating the links of Guru Govind Singh with that of Rajgir in Nalanda District, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today directed to accelerate the pace of construction work of Gurudwara Shri Nanak Dev in Rajgir.

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Two COVID-19 related deaths, six new cases, 420 inoculated in Meghalaya

21 Jan 2021 | 9:15 PM

Shillong, Jan 21 (UNI) Two COVID-19 related deaths in Shillong took the number of persons who died due to the pandemic up to 146 with 1.06 per cent case fatality rate and four more infections added up to 129 active cases, even as six recoveries surged the recovery figure from the viral disease to 13,455 in Meghalaya on Thursday.

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