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  • Three heavily armed terrorists of LeT arrested in Rajouri
  • Compromised democracy destructive of civil life : Dhankhar
  • 543 new Coronavirus positive cases, 11 deaths reported in UT in last 24 hours
  • NIA busts Pak sponsored Al-Qaeda module, arrests 9 ultras from West Bengal, Kerala
  • COVID-19: Toll in Bengal rises to 4,242, cases touch 2,18,772
  • COVID-19 positive cases continue to mount in Telangana, overall death toll rises to 1,025
  • NIA arrest 9 Al-Qaeda operatives in Kerala, West Bengal
  • Army busts militant hideout, recovers arms, ammunition in Kupwara
  • US Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies of cancer, aged 87
  • US Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg dies of pancreatic cancer at 87
  • Europe braces itself for a second wave of the COVID pandemic as winter approaches
  • Level 3 COVID-19 response declared for Irish capital Dublin
  • War against COVID-19: New rules of engagement in MP
  • MP CM’s condolences
  • More than 22k pattas to be given out in MP
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UPMRC holds 10-day communication workshop to deal with Covid 19 pandemic

Lucknow , Jun 22(UNI) To address the communication challenges amidst COVID-19 pandemic and to serve the commuters in a best-suited way, Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation Limited (UPMRC) organized a 10-day communication workshop for it's frontline staff posted at Metro Stations in collaboration with the Regional English Language Office (RELO) of the American embassy, titled 'Business Communication Skills during COVID-19'.
UPMRC has been organizing such programs in association with RELO for the last four years. The program began with a 'Meet and Greet' session held on June 19 in which Ms. Christina Dixon, RELO's English Language Fellow from the US state of Louisiana interacted with the trainees through video conferencing.
After this, on Monday , the first session held in two batches (10:30 am to 12:00 pm and 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm), each consisting of 28 participants, in which the challenge of establishing a comfortable relationship with the passengers in this time of crisis are discussed. A total of 56 Metro employees participated in it. From today till July 3 these sessions will be held in two batches via video conferencing, the topic of discussions are: In- person communication, Video communication,Written communications,Nonverbal communications and Professional email writing & Professionalism.
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Unidentified boy recovered in Srinagar outskirts

Unidentified boy recovered in Srinagar outskirts

19 Sep 2020 | 10:25 AM

Srinagar, Sep 19 (UNI) Panic gripped in Nowgam area of Srinagar outskirts when a body was found on Saturday morning, official sources said.

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Army busts militant hideout, recovers arms, ammunition in Kupwara

Army busts militant hideout, recovers arms, ammunition in Kupwara

19 Sep 2020 | 10:18 AM

Srinagar, Sep 19 (UNI) The Army unearthed a militant hideout and recovered arms and ammunition in the woods in the frontier district of Kupwara in north Kashmir, a defence ministry spokesman said on Saturday.

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War against COVID-19: New rules of engagement in MP

War against COVID-19: New rules of engagement in MP

19 Sep 2020 | 7:33 AM

Bhopal, Sep 19 (UNI) The Madhya Pradesh administration has issued fresh guidelines for prevention of and protection from the novel coronavirus in view of religious programmes and festivals.
The order by Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Rajesh Kumar Rajora unambiguously lays down that permission shall not be granted vis-à-vis processions and there will be no garba functions.

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MP CM’s condolences

19 Sep 2020 | 3:39 AM

Bhopal, Sep 18 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Friday expressed grief over the demise of Mr Harish Choubey who was working as a senior journalist in Jabalpur for the vernacular daily ‘Dainik Bhaskar’.
“I pray for eternal peace to the departed soul and fortitude to the bereaved family for bearing this loss,” the veteran leader averred in a message.

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More than 22k pattas to be given out in MP

19 Sep 2020 | 3:02 AM

Bhopal, Sep 18 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Friday reiterated his dispensation’s commitment vis-à-vis ensuring that tribal folk’s rights are not violated.
“With the cherished objective of enhancing our adivasi brethren’s earnings, the Centre increased support price of minor forest produce as well as ensured improved returns for tendu leaf. Credit availed till August 15 from usurers is being declared null and void by enacting a law to liberate tribal people from exploitation. Forest rights title deeds are being issued to Scheduled Tribes,” the senior politician was officially quoted as saying.

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