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  • Cabinet approves MoU signed with France, Morocco in field of Renewable Energy
  • CCEA nod for waiver of penal interest on govt loan to VPT
  • Himachali Surgeon Vivek Bindal treats kid with 'Robot' in 1st ever Robotic surgery in India
  • Sonia says sorry to newly elected Congress Legislators for keeping them in Hotel
  • Lebanon parliament elects Hezbollah ally Ferzli deputy speaker -Reuters count
  • Cabinet approves restructuring of balance sheet of Scooters India Ltd
  • Gun rights, reform groups to meet Texas governor after school shooting
  • Army Major at centre of Srinagar youth parading row in another controversy
  • Norwester affects normal life
  • Cabinet approves MoU between India and Turkey on trade in poppy
  • Total 39-lakh net new jobs created between Sep’17 and Mar’18
  • Lalu Prasad in Mumbai for treatment
  • NITI Aayog, ABB join hands to make India AI-ready
  • DAK issues advisory on Nipah virus
  • Hike in petro, diesel prices continues for 10th consecutive day
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Mathura Jewellers' killing : 6 arrested

Mathura Jewellers' killing : 6 arrested

Mathura, May 20 (UNI) After five days of intensive raid, police today arrested six accused in the sensational jewellers' murder case in the temple city. Senior Superintendent of Police(SSP) Upendra Kumar Mishra said here that the arrests were made after an hour long encounter, which started at 0530 hrs in the city. The nabbed gang members of the dreaded Ranga Billa group were identified as gang leader Ranga, his deputy Billa, Neeraj, Ayush and Cheema along with one another. During the encounter, two accused, including Cheema along with five policemen, were also injured. Police have recovered most of the looted gold from the accused along with the firearms used by the criminals. However, details are awaited. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had given 72 hours to the state police to nab the culprits even as state DGP Sulkhan Singh visited Mathura on Wednesday. On Monday night, six criminals attached a jewellery shop in Holigate area and shot dead jewellers Vikas Agarwal and Megh Agarwal and looted gold worth Rs four crore. The jewellers in the state were annoyed over the rising crime against the jewellers and even went for a statewide strike yesterday, downing their shutters. UNI MB SV SB 0918

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Lalu Prasad in Mumbai for treatment

Lalu Prasad in Mumbai for treatment

23 May 2018 | 4:19 PM

Mumbai, May 23 (UNI) Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) president and former Bihar chief minister Lalu Prasad serving punishments in the fodder scam and presently on provisional bail, arrived here to undergo a treatment for heart-related problems.

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Sonia says sorry to newly elected Congress Legislators for keeping them in Hotel

23 May 2018 | 4:18 PM

Bengaluru, May 23 (UNI) UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi today offered apology to the newly elected Congress Legislators for confining them in the Hotel rooms for the last one week in view of the current political situation.

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Decision on farm loan waiver after consultation with coalition partner Congress: JD(S) Chief

Decision on farm loan waiver after consultation with coalition partner Congress: JD(S) Chief

23 May 2018 | 4:18 PM

Bengaluru, May 23 (UNI) Janata Dal (Secular) supremo H D Devegowda today said that the JD(S)-Congress government which will be installed today would have to carry out consultations before taking a decision on farm loan waiver issue.

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Army Major at centre of Srinagar youth parading row in another controversy

23 May 2018 | 4:12 PM

Srinagar, May 23 (UNI) Senior Army officer, Major Lalit Gogoi, who ignited controversy after he tied a youth to a jeep and paraded him, seems to be in the thick of another row.

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Norwester affects normal life

23 May 2018 | 4:09 PM

Bhubaneswar, May 23 (UNI) Normal life was paralysed as heavy rain, accompanied by high speed wind and lightening lashed the twin city of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack for more than four hours this morning affecting air and train services badly.

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