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  • Stage set for 'battle of numbers' on CAB in Rajya Sabha
  • Anti CAB strike affects life in Manipur
  • Train movement hit during Assam bandh against CAB
  • Detained leaders in J&K to be released by local administration, Situation normal: Shah
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  • Grant citizenship to Sri Lankan Tamils : Sri Sri Ravi Shankar urges Centre
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Bengal’s SEEDN system to ensure uninterrupted power supply

Kolkata, Jan 25 (UNI) The West Bengal Power Department has decided to introduce state-of-the-art technology system to guarantee uninterrupted supply of power at a steady voltage to each and every part of the state.
The system is known as SEEDN (strengthening and extension of electricity distribution network).
The SEEDN system will check power loss during distribution as a result of fluctuating voltage, and benefit around 1.78 crore consumers. Farmers will also be benefitted with the introduction of this modern technology.
The State Government has also started a project of supplying power for irrigation through a dedicated line. There is a huge consumption of power all through the year for draining water for supplying it to crops, which goes up during paddy cultivation.
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Gujarat: Bodies of 4 youths found from  road-side water-body

Gujarat: Bodies of 4 youths found from road-side water-body

10 Dec 2019 | 2:07 PM

Junagadh, Dec 10 (UNI) The body of four youths of Rampura village near Godhara in Panchmahal district of central Gujarat who had suddenly disappeared along with their car two days ago, have been fished out from a pond close to Bhatia village on Mendarana road in Vanthali area of Junagadh district, police said on Tuesday.

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Anti CAB strike affects life in Manipur

Anti CAB strike affects life in Manipur

10 Dec 2019 | 2:03 PM

Imphal, Dec 10 (UNI) Life was affected for the third consecutive day today due to various forms of protests against Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) which was passed by Lok Sabha on Monday.

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UP: Acid thrown on girl, 12 injured in clash

UP: Acid thrown on girl, 12 injured in clash

10 Dec 2019 | 1:57 PM

Bhadohi, Dec 10 (UNI) Twelve people were injured while acid was thrown on a girl in a scuffle that erupted between two sides of a community over the recitation of 'naat,' on the occasion of Gyarvi Sharif in the city Kotwali area of this district in Uttar Pradesh, police sources said on Tuesday.

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Alien is involved in ATM fraud, Kolkata Police believe two more suspects are on run after arrest of Romanian in Delhi

10 Dec 2019 | 1:55 PM

Kolkata, Dec 10 (UNI) The city police believe that two more foreigners are suspected to be involved and on the run in scores of ATM fraud cases after a Romanian national has been arrested from Delhi in cheating cases.

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Train movement hit during Assam bandh against CAB

Train movement hit during Assam bandh against CAB

10 Dec 2019 | 1:52 PM

Guwahati, Dec 10 (UNI) Train movement in Assam has been severely hit due to the 11-hour shutdown called by North East Students Organisation (NESO), a joint platform of students’ bodies of North East region, against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019, (CAB), which seeks to grant Indian citizenship to persecuted religious minorities from three neighbouring countries.

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