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Police unearth interstate idol theft racket

Balasore, Sep 19 (UNI) Nilgiri police have busted an interstate idol and antique theft racket with the arrest of seven persons.
Nilgiri police station IIC Nalita Modi said out of the seven, three were from Delhi and one from Haryana.
Modi said all the seven were booked under section 399 and 402 of IPC and forwarded to court yesterday.
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IIM Kashipur launched Experiential Learning Initiative

20 Oct 2021 | 3:45 PM

Haldwani, Oct 20(UNI) Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Kashipur, has launched its Experiential Learning initiative, it was announced here on Wednesday.

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Help us reach home: Non-locals fleeing J&K appeals to PM

Help us reach home: Non-locals fleeing J&K appeals to PM

20 Oct 2021 | 3:42 PM

Jammu, Oct 20 (UNI) Desperate to exit the Kashmir Valley amid targeted killings of civilians, thousands of non-local workers along with their families continue to queue up outside ticket counters of railway stations and bus stops in Jammu on Wednesday. They appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to help them reach their homes safely as quickly as possible.

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Mufti threatens legal action against Meghalaya Governor

20 Oct 2021 | 3:39 PM

Srinagar, Oct 20(UNI) Former chief minister and Peoples Democratic Party president Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday threatened legal action against Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik for his comments that she was a beneficiary of the Roshni scheme.

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"SP turned 'Pariwarwadi' openly looted during their tenure: Modi

20 Oct 2021 | 3:37 PM

Kushinagar, Oct 20(UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday alleged that the policy of the government which was here before 2017 was to give a free hand to the mafia and openly loot while calling themselves Samajwadi, while in reality they were "Pariwarwadi".

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ING-Help us reach home: Non-locals fleeing J&K appeals to PM

ING-Help us reach home: Non-locals fleeing J&K appeals to PM

20 Oct 2021 | 3:35 PM

Jammu, Oct 20 (UNI) Desperate to exit the Kashmir Valley amid targeted killings of civilians, thousands of non-local workers along with their families continue to queue up outside ticket counters of railway stations and bus stops in Jammu on Wednesday. They appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to help them reach their homes safely as quickly as possible.

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