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  • Redefinition of Kilogram, Ampere, Kelvin, Mole comes into force on World Metrology Day
  • NCW issues notice to Vivek Oberoi over his tweet on Aishwarya Rai
  • AGM of PNB on 3-day police remand in DKS loan case
  • Even police not safe in city: Kejriwal on Delhi Police sub inspector's murder
  • EC orders re-poll at one polling booth in Punjab, to be held on May 22
  • Andhra, Manipur, HP, Kerala, Uttarakhand & Madhya Bharat win their pool matches
  • Delhi Police Sub-Inspector killed after quarrel with criminal
  • Same party, still rivals! Cheema urges Rahul to take action against Sidhu for remarks against Amarinder
  • Vivek Oberoi lands in controversy with tweet on Salman, Aishwarya, Abhishek
  • Naidu holds meeting with Mamata
  • Elected representatives with security can't become counting agents: Haryana CEO
  • Former UK Prime Minister Brown calls for probe into Brexit party funding
  • Check blade mafia; made available small loans by cooperative institutions: Minister
  • Sushma Swaraj to attend SCO meeting in Bishkek
  • Eight momentous years dedicated to welfare of people: Mamata
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Rashtriya Hindi Mail hits news stands in Raipur

Raipur, Apr 3 (UNI) Rashtriya Hindi Mail today hit the news stands in the Chhattisgarh capital.
Union Steel and Mines Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Chief Minister Raman Singh, former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi, senior journalist Rahul Dev and the newspaper’s Chief Editor Vijay Kumar Das present at the launching ceremony here.
Reiterating his resolve for press freedom, the Chief Minister said the government had set up a high-power committee headed by Principal Secretary (Home Department) to protect journalists from unnecessary harassment, while discharging their duty.
In the wake of recent allegations of police excesses on several journalists in Bastar and the Editors Guild of India's suggestions, the Chief Minister said directives had been issued to police not to register any complaint against journalists without formal approval of the screening committee, having members from the media.
Dr Singh said the development map of tribal Bastar region had witnessed a vast change with the construction of school buildings, hospitals, bridges and other amenities in the region.
“Media needs to highlight the issues pertaining to 6,000 widows and 30,000 destitute in Bastar whose parents were brutally killed by the Naxals,” the Chief Minister pointed out and urged the Press to play a constructive role in bringing peace and rapid development in insurgency-affected Bastar.
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AGM of PNB on 3-day police remand in DKS loan case

20 May 2019 | 8:16 PM

Raipur, May 20 (UNI) A Raipur Court on Monday sent Assistant General Manager (AGM) of Punjab National Bank Sunil Agrawal to three days of conditional police remand till 23rd May in connection with the alleged sanction of loans worth Rs 64 crore to DKS hospital without adequate and valid documents.

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Heatwave increases in foothills; Mercury down by two degrees

20 May 2019 | 8:15 PM

(Rptg, Correcting Slug, Headline, Para 2)
Shimla, May 20 (UNI) Heatwave increased in the state with partly cloudy sky and maximum temperature resting at two notches below normal.

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Heatwave increase in foothills; Mercury down by two degrees

20 May 2019 | 8:13 PM

Shimla, May 20 (UNI) Heatwave increased in the state with partly cloudy sky and maximum temperature resting at two notches below normal.

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EC orders re-poll at one polling booth in Punjab, to be held on May 22

20 May 2019 | 8:12 PM

Chandigarh, May 20 (UNI) The Election Commission of India on Monday ordered re-poll at one polling booth of the Amritsar parliamentary constituency, to be held on May 22.

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Man seriously injured in attack outside Kaithal court

20 May 2019 | 8:11 PM

Kaithal, May 20 (UNI) A man was seriously injured with a knife and other sharp edged weapon by some miscreants outside the court of Additional District Judge here on Monday.

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