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Nashik: 16 goats killed in lightning

Nashik: 16 goats killed in lightning

Nashik, Sep 28 (UNI) As many as 16 goats died on the spot after lightning struck them while grazing on the mountain top.
Fortunately, the girl who went to graze the goats and one person escaped from an incident at Khurchimal area in Akkalkuva taluka in Nandurbar district Wednesday.

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Maha: 2 charred to death, 1 seriously injured in bus accident in Nashik

08 Dec 2022 | 8:46 PM

Nashik, Dec 8 (UNI) Two people were charred to death and one sustained serious injuries after a Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) bus hit seven vehicles in Maharashtra’s Nashik district on Thursday, a senior police official said.

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BJP sweeps Gujarat Assembly polls

BJP sweeps Gujarat Assembly polls

08 Dec 2022 | 8:14 PM

Gandhinagar, Dec 8 (UNI) The BJP on Thursday retained power in Gujarat by registering a landslide victory in the Assembly elections.

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Polls in Gujarat had to be one-sided: NCP chief

Polls in Gujarat had to be one-sided: NCP chief

08 Dec 2022 | 7:23 PM

Mumbai, Dec 8 (UNI) NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Thursday said there was no doubt in anyone's mind that the Gujarat election would be one-sided.

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Results of assembly elections satisfactory for Congress: Patole

Results of assembly elections satisfactory for Congress: Patole

08 Dec 2022 | 6:29 PM

Mumbai, Dec 8 (UNI) The results of the elections across the country are satisfactory for the Congress party. In Himachal Pradesh, Congress has hoisted the banner of victory by defeating BJP, says MPCC president Nana Patole on Thursday.

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WHO to set up regulatory platform for Ayurveda practitioners: Official

WHO to set up regulatory platform for Ayurveda practitioners: Official

08 Dec 2022 | 6:10 PM

Panaji, Dec 8 (UNI) The World Health Organisation (WHO) is mulling to set up a multi country regulatory cooperation platform for traditional medicine practitioners, which will accelerate the global acceptance, and accessibility of Ayurveda within a period of 10 to 15 years of time, a WHO official said here on Thursday.

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