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  • COP24: Preparing Africa for ravages of climate change
  • Civilian death toll continues to mount in Syria
  • India shares 'historical' and comprehensive defence ties with France, says Sushma
  • Rajapaksa steps down as Lankan Prime Minister
  • Yemen ceasefire deal: ‘Potential’ now to restore humanitarian lifeline to millions
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  • Heavy rain likely to occur in Coastal Andhra Pradesh
  • 'Another blood-soaked weekend in Kashmir, 6 protesters, a soldier killed': Omar
  • MK statue unveiling by Sonia, public meeting, to be Oppn's show of strength
  • Rawat urges passing out cadets to cope up with future challenges in warfare
  • 3 militants killed, soldier martyred in Pulwama encounter
  • Karnataka Government to order Inquiry into the death of 11 devotees in Chamarajanagara District
  • BJP MP GVL Rao to move Parl panel for 'probe' into role on harming national security
  • Parts of Dal Lake freeze as Srinagar records coldest night at minus 4 2
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Haryana approves to create two new revenue divisions

Haryana approves to create two new revenue divisions

Chandigarh, Feb 2 (UNI) Haryana Cabinet today approved the proposal of the Revenue and Disaster Management Department to create two new revenue divisions namely Karnal and Faridabad thus raising the total number of such divisions to six. The Cabinet met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal here. The creation of two more revenue divisions would improve public access, bring about administrative efficiency and create synergy across different levels of governance and ensure better and faster delivery of citizen services. As a result of this decision, the districts have also been re-distributed among the six revenue divisions. Ambala Division would have the districts of Ambala, Yamunanagar, Panchkula and Kurukshetra. Karnal division would include districts of Karnal, Panipat and Kaithal. Similarly, Rohtak Division would include districts of Rohtak, Jhajjar, Sonipat, Bhiwani and Charkhi Dadri. The Hisar Division would have districts of Hisar, Fatehabad, Sirsa and Jind; Gurugram division would include districts of Gurugram, Rewari and Mahendragarh; and the Faridabad division would cover the districts of Faridabad, Palwal and Nuh. UNI DB SW SNU 1615

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Shipping Ministry to set up Traffic Separation Scheme in Indian Waterways to prevent collision of ships

Shipping Ministry to set up Traffic Separation Scheme in Indian Waterways to prevent collision of ships

15 Dec 2018 | 2:05 PM

Kolkata, Dec 15 (UNI) The Indian Shipping Ministry has decided to establish a Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the waterways to prevent collision between ships /Indian merchant vessels and fishing vessels off the Indian coast.

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Karnataka Government to order Inquiry into the death of 11 devotees in Chamarajanagara District

Karnataka Government to order Inquiry into the death of 11 devotees in Chamarajanagara District

15 Dec 2018 | 2:04 PM

Bengaluru, Dec 15(UNI) The Karnataka Government will order an inquiry into the death of 11 devotees in Chamarajanagara District yesterday, after consuming Prasadam in a temple on Friday, Deputy Chief Minister
Dr G Parameshwara, who also holds Home portfolio, said here on Saturday.

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Star Jalsha’s upcoming show is about weaving dreams into reality: ‘Bijoyini’

15 Dec 2018 | 2:04 PM

Kolkata, Dec 15 (UNI) Setting benchmarks for over a decade, Star Jalsha has always paved the way for iconic and heartwarming stories for its viewers on the small screen.

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Rawat urges passing out cadets to cope up with future challenges in warfare

Rawat urges passing out cadets to cope up with future challenges in warfare

15 Dec 2018 | 2:03 PM

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Growing insecurity among the States is a threat to Federalism: Justice Dixit Sripad

15 Dec 2018 | 2:01 PM

Bengaluru, Dec 15(UNI) Maintaining that growing insecurity among the States is a threat to federalism, Karnataka High Court Judge Justice Dixit Krishna Sripad called for strengthening Federal principle, enshrined in the Constitution.

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