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  • President prorogues Lok Sabha
  • Arjun Munda to launch Tribes India E-Marketplace on Oct 2, 2 new Tribes India Outlets in Kolkata and Rishikesh
  • TN Guv condoles death of Ramagopalan
  • Teenager detained for stealing jewellery collectively worth around Rs 2 50 lakh from house of Navi Mumbai Samaritan
  • IPL 2020: Gill, Morgan guide KKR to 174/6 against RR
  • IPL 2020: Gill, Morgan guide KKR to 174/6 against RR
  • IPL 2020: Gill, Morgan guide KKR to 174/6 against RR
  • COVID-19: Toll in Bengal rises to 4,958, cases touch 2,57,049
  • Opening of Schools, colleges, educational institutions to be decided after Oct 15 by States: MHA
  • DGFT allows GJEPC to endorse amendment in records
  • COVID: Those undergo antibody testing; fit to donate blood plasma: Jammu GMC Authorities
  • Hathras Dalit girl cremated in middle of night in family's absence, Oppn smells a rat
  • Shopian encounter: Bodies of three persons to be exhumed, handed over to families, says IGP
  • Hero Lectro E-cycles partners with Rocky & Mayur for their new travel vlogging series
  • New 'skilling curve', MSMEs to drive growth in Indo-US trade, claims new IACC leadership
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Thousands People Take to Streets in Toronto to Protest Racism, Police Brutality - Reports

Moscow, Jun 7 (Sputnik) Thousands of people took to the streets in Canada's Toronto to protests racism and police brutality in solidarity with US protesters, media reported.
According to CBC broadcaster, the demonstrations across the city on Saturday have been held peacefully, with participants are carrying signs that read "No Justice No Peace."
"It is just really great to see it in such a peaceful manner. It carries so much weight," Matt Moyer, Toronto police inspector, said, as quoted by the broadcaster.
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UNSC calls on Azerbaijan, Armenia to immediately cease fighting

UNSC calls on Azerbaijan, Armenia to immediately cease fighting

30 Sep 2020 | 7:15 PM

United Nations, Sep 30 (UNI) The UN Security Council on Wednesday expressed concern over the clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh region and called for an immediate cessation of hostiles and return to the negotiating table, Niger Ambassador to the United Nations Abdou Abarry said in a statement.

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Freeing Khaleda Zia is only objective of BNP in Bangladesh: Fakhrul

30 Sep 2020 | 6:37 PM

Dhaka, Sept 30 (UNI) Freeing Khaleda Zia is the only objective of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), said BNP's secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir.

While addresing a virtual discussion on Wednesday afternoon, he said: "At the moment it should be our only aim to free the country's leader who had struggled throughout her life for establishing democracy. Democracy needs to be restored and party's acting chairman Tarique Rahman, who is now in UK, needs to be brought back to the country".

The BNP leader called for withdrawing 'false cases' filed against 35 lakh activists as well as freeing those who are in jails across the country now.

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Bangladesh reports 1436 cases of COVID-19

30 Sep 2020 | 6:37 PM

Dhaka, Sept 30 (UNI) The death toll from coronavirus has reached 5,251 as 32 more people died from the disease in the last 24 hours.

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Uighurs may be able to file genocide case against China in UK court

Uighurs may be able to file genocide case against China in UK court

30 Sep 2020 | 6:03 PM

London, Sep 30 (UNI) The British Parliamentarians, sympathetic to Uighurs are pushing for Muslim minorities
in China being allowed to file petitions in the UK High Court against the alleged genocide in Xinjiang.

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Sonic Boom over Paris causes anxiousness

Sonic Boom over Paris causes anxiousness

30 Sep 2020 | 5:41 PM

Paris, Sep 30 (UNI) A sonic boom over Paris on Wednesday caused anxiousness among the city residents as people started speculating about the noise and began frantically calling emergency helplines.

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