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  • Former Governor & Nagaland CM condoles demise of former Meghalaya Assembly secretary Cajee
  • Palghar lynching: Thirty-eight more persons sent to judicial custody
  • CPSA, Torch Trust, Lions Club honours para sportspersons
  • Teachers recruitment: Allhd HC rejects petition for correcting wrongly filled application
  • Maha Govt behind farmers: Bhujbal
  • Saumitra Khan returns to West Bengal BJP Youth Morcha's WhatsApp group
  • COVID: J&K reports fresh 577 +ve cases, six deaths
  • Ex Maha minister, Vandhipati Vinayakdada Patil passes away
  • Eight children killed by gunmen in Cameroon school
  • Unlike in UP, Govt of Punjab not blocking course of justice in Hoshiarpur rape case: Rahul
  • On UN 75th anniv India calls for working to together for benefit of humanity, Pak harps on Kashmir
  • Bhoopesh Baghel suggests Nitish Kumar to retire and take rest
  • Six die of Covid, total figure touch 17,022
  • New Covid-19 cases dips below 3,000-mark in TN, tally at 7 06 lakh
  • Kerala reports 8,253 new COVID +ve cases, 6,468 recoveries: Health Minister
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Madras HC refuses to set aside detention order passed against Sri Lankan national

Madurai, Sep 19 (UNI) The Madras High Court Bench here on Saturday refused to set aside the detention order passed against a Sri Lankan Tamil, M Mohamed Ribas (37) who was suspected to be a member of a fundamentalist group which allegedly conspired to eliminate leaders from the majority community who 'spoke against their religion'.
The Ramanathapuram district police busted the fundamentalist group in April 2018 after finding that the members have a WhatsApp group by the name, 'Shahadat (martyrdom) is our goal,' and assembled at the house of Mohamed Ribas at Kilakarai to allegedly draw strategies to eliminate the leaders who spoke against the religion.
The police arrested 10 persons, including the prime accused A.Sheik Dawood in the case and detained some of them, including Mohamed Ribas under the National Security Act (NSA).
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Nanomotors as probes to sense cancer environment

24 Oct 2020 | 8:42 PM

Bengaluru, Oct 24 (UNI) An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) has used a 3D tumour model and magnetically-driven nanomotors to probe the microenvironment of cancer cells.

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Kerala reports 8,253 new COVID +ve cases, 6,468 recoveries: Health Minister

Kerala reports 8,253 new COVID +ve cases, 6,468 recoveries: Health Minister

24 Oct 2020 | 8:41 PM

Thiruvananthapuram, Oct 24 (UNI) Kerala reported 8,253 new COVID-19 cases, State Health Minister KK Shailaja said on Saturday.

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New Covid-19 cases dips below 3,000-mark in TN, tally at 7 06 lakh

New Covid-19 cases dips below 3,000-mark in TN, tally at 7 06 lakh

24 Oct 2020 | 8:38 PM

Chennai, Oct 24 (UNI) The number of new Coronavirus infections reported daily in Tamil Nadu dropped below the 3,000-mark on Saturday, after a gap of 121 days.

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East Godavari police create new record by filing charge sheet within five days in POCSO case

24 Oct 2020 | 8:33 PM

Kakinada, Oct 24 (UNI) The East Godavari police have proved its efficiency and commitment in investigation of cases by filing the charge sheet within five days of the registration of the FIR under the POCSO act, police said on Saturday.

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Telangana: Women's safety civic group SHE Teams complete six successful years

24 Oct 2020 | 8:22 PM

Hyderabad, Oct 24 (UNI) There is a drastic raise in Social Media Harassment (Mobile, WhatsApp, Facebook, Email, Twitter) against women from 40 per cent to 63 per cent in 2020 when compared with 2014-20 data, according to a release here.

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