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  • BJYM to chant Hanuman Chalisa
  • SAD suspects conspiracy behind Dera follower murder
  • Six people killed in road mishap in Agra
  • Assam PCC felicitates Manmohan on completing tenure as RS MP from Assam
  • CPI (M) seeks waiver of cases against Kakinada SEZ farmers
  • Narcotics Bureau, Punjab govt to conduct joint operations, share info for total eradication of drugs
  • PM indicts Cong for hiding failure behind EVMs: Motion of Thanks clears fractured Parliament
  • Strictly enforce SOPs, cover sensitive areas, stop infiltration to obviate risk to Amarnath yatra: Shah
  • Nitish rolls out rules for redressal of grievances of govt staff and officials
  • At the end of diplomatic bonhomie, Pompeo reminds Modi regime of 'religious rights'
  • Live-in partners arrested for allegedly killing elderly couple and nurse for money
  • Ten years jail term for two in Visakhapatnam fake currency case
  • Table Top exercise for mock drill held at Pahalgam
  • Solar Plant at Police Academy in MP
  • Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking: Haryana CM urges police officers to play the leading role
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Jayant Sinha apologises divyaang woman for mishanding by CISF staff

New Delhi, Nov 28 (UNI) Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha on Wednesday apologised divyaang and disabled rights activist Virali Modi after she was allegedly mishandled by the CISF at the Mumbai International airport.
The Minister also ordered a probe into the incident.
“Really sorry for the suffering that you went through @CISFHQrs @CSIAMumbai please follow up #AirSewa,” Mr Sinha tweeted.
Ms Modi on Tuesday took to the social networking site Twitter to lodge her protest meted out to her by the CISF staff at the Mumbai International airport while she was travelling to London.
She said after scanning her wheelchair, the CISF staff woman had forced her to stand though she refused to do so repeatedly.
“She kept forcing me to stand up and then she went on to say that she’d lift me up and get someone else to pat my backside. After many denied requests, she lifted my leg up forcefully, causing a major cramp,” the activist said in a series of tweets.
She added: “She was incredible insensitive, and this is NOT how you treat a disabled passenger! Every other international airport has chemical strips to check the wheelchair and shoes, a disabled passenger doesn’t need to get out of their wheelchair. So why in Mumbai’s International Airport?”
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Assam PCC felicitates Manmohan on completing tenure as RS MP from Assam

26 Jun 2019 | 9:27 PM

New Delhi, Jun 26 (UNI) As he completes his term as a member of the Rajya Sabha from Assam after 28 years, the state PCC on Wednesday described former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as ‘a true visionary who will keep enlightening our path with your formidable erudition’.

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Delhi Police says man performing stunt at vehicle not a police personnel

26 Jun 2019 | 9:19 PM

New Delhi, Jun 26 (UNI) After a Tik Tok video of a man performing stunt on a vehicle with Delhi Police label went viral, the Police on Wednesday clarified that the vehicle in the video is confirmed to be of a private contractor which was taken for hire on certain duties.

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Live-in partners arrested for allegedly killing elderly couple and nurse for money

Live-in partners arrested for allegedly killing elderly couple and nurse for money

26 Jun 2019 | 9:10 PM

New Delhi, Jun 26 (UNI) Delhi Police crime branch has arrested a lady and his friend for allegedly murdering the elderly couple and their nursing attendant in Vasant Vihar area, the police said on Wednesday.

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India welcomes ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific

India welcomes ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific

26 Jun 2019 | 9:08 PM

New Delhi, Jun 26 (UNI) India on Wednesday welcomed ASEAN's decision to articulate its 'own views' on the Indo Pacific and said there are possibilities of 'convergence' with the Indian views especially from the standpoint of principles.

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India, US to find ways to resolve trade differences

India, US to find ways to resolve trade differences

26 Jun 2019 | 9:06 PM

New Delhi, June 26 (UNI) India and the US on Wednesday said they would look for ways to work through issues of disagreement such as on trade and tariff in the big picture framework of the relationship.

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