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Judgement Day scene: MP admin in top gear, Sec 144 CrPC continues across state

Bhopal, Nov 9 (UNI) The Madhya Pradesh administration is exercising full alertness across the state in view of the Supreme Court’s Ayodhya verdict delivered on Saturday.
Official sources said that prohibitory orders are being uncompromisingly enforced in all 52 districts. Schools, colleges, madrasas, anganwadis and all other academic institutions are closed for the day as a precautionary measure. Law-enforcement personnel are maintaining a vigil in sensitive places even as senior officers monitor each and every area. A special watch is on social media. An appeal was made to citizens to ignore rumours. Directives are being constantly issued from Police Headquarters to officers. The officialdom is maintaining contact with religious leaders and eminent citizens.

Higher-rung police officers told UNI that peace prevails.
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Meet on child's right in Moga on Nov 26

17 Nov 2019 | 3:32 PM

Moga, Nov17(UNI) To redress the grievances of the children between 0 and 18 years of age, a panel from National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) will meet here on November 26.

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Life limping back to normal as more shops reopen in Kashmir

17 Nov 2019 | 2:29 PM

Srinagar, Nov 17 (UNI) With more shops reopening and vehicles hitting the road, life is slowly limping back to normal in Kashmir valley, where prepaid mobile and internet service of all Cellular companies remained suspended since August 5, when Article 370 was scrapped and the state bifurcated two Union Territories.

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One-way traffic resumes on Srinagar-Jammu highway

17 Nov 2019 | 2:27 PM

Srinagar, Nov 17 (UNI) Only one-way traffic was resumed on the national highway, the only all weather road connecting Kashmir valley with the rest of the country after remaining suspended for two days due to landslides and shooting stones.

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Train service resumes on Srinagar-Banihal track after 105 days

17 Nov 2019 | 2:20 PM

Srinagar, Nov 17 (UNI) Train service on Srinagar-Banihal track was resumed on Sunday after remaining suspended for 105 days due to security reasons post abrogation of Article 370 and bifurcation of the state into Union Territories.

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Dozens of far-flung, remote villages remain cutoff in Kashmir

17 Nov 2019 | 2:16 PM

Srinagar, Nov 17 (UNI) Dozens of far-flung and remote villages near the Line of Control (LoC), including border towns of Keran and Karnah, remained cut off from the rest of Kashmir valley for the third successive day on Sunday due to slippery road conditions and accumulation of snow.

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