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Ayodhya shadow: All quiet in MP, prohibitory orders continue

Bhopal, Nov 9 (UNI) A cooperative citizenry displayed restraint across Madhya Pradesh in the wake of the Supreme Court’s Ayodhya verdict on Saturday and peace prevailed in the state.
A law-enforcement spokesman said that Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code continues to be imposed in all 52 districts. The situation is entirely under control though some persons were taken into custody at a few places for attempting to violate prohibitory orders that are likely to be in force for more days. Senior officers are coordinating with field personnel and monitoring the scene. Sensitive areas are under priority surveillance. The administration is in touch with religious leaders. Educational institutions remained closed.

In the state capital and most other places, shops and other commercial establishments were shut. Public transport was almost totally off the roads. Political reactions to the judgment were extremely balanced. Chief Minister Kamal Nath himself reached Police Headquarters, gathered details from his officers and issued guidelines.
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Tourists may soon enjoy recreational boat ride in Jammu’s Surinsar Lake

17 Nov 2019 | 3:46 PM

Jammu, Nov 17 (UNI) Good news for people of Jammu, especially the tourists visiting to Surinsar Lake, situated around 32 kilometres from here, may soon enjoy the recreational boat ride in the water body.

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Farmers to get compensation of Rs 2500 per acre for not burning paddy straw

17 Nov 2019 | 3:33 PM

Moga , Nov 17(UNI) On the directives of Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh, the Punjab government has decided to pay Rs 2,500 per acre as compensation to those small and marginal farmers, who have not burnt paddy straw.

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Meet on child's right in Moga on Nov 26

17 Nov 2019 | 3:32 PM

Moga, Nov17(UNI) To redress the grievances of the children between 0 and 18 years of age, a panel from National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) will meet here on November 26.

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Life limping back to normal as more shops reopen in Kashmir

17 Nov 2019 | 2:29 PM

Srinagar, Nov 17 (UNI) With more shops reopening and vehicles hitting the road, life is slowly limping back to normal in Kashmir valley, where prepaid mobile and internet service of all Cellular companies remained suspended since August 5, when Article 370 was scrapped and the state bifurcated two Union Territories.

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One-way traffic resumes on Srinagar-Jammu highway

17 Nov 2019 | 2:27 PM

Srinagar, Nov 17 (UNI) Only one-way traffic was resumed on the national highway, the only all weather road connecting Kashmir valley with the rest of the country after remaining suspended for two days due to landslides and shooting stones.

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