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Mumbai: 'No traffic diversions due to Farmers' Morcha'
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Mumbai: 'No traffic diversions due to Farmers' Morcha'

Amitesh Kumar, Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) on Monday said that no road would be closed due to the protest march by the All India Kisan Sabha's farmers. Kumar said, "No road closure or diversions will happen due to Farmers' Morcha now".All India Kisan Sabha protest march, led by over 30, 000 farmers, reached Mumbai's Azad Maidan, after walking with blistered feet for about 180 km in the sun over the last five days.They will proceed to the state assembly later in the day.The ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Luira Phanit- 'Seed Sowing Festival' celebrated in Mumbai

The Tangkhul Welfare Society Mumbai (TWSM) organised their 2nd Luira Phanit 'Seed Sowing Festival' in Maharashtra's Mumbai city.During the celebration, adorned in fineries - males sported headgears made from bamboo with intricately weaved designs, while ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Long march of farmers reach Mumbai, to lay siege to Assembly

Mumbai: Over 35,000 farmers from across Maharashtra, who embarked on a `Long March from Nashik on March 6 to press their various demands, arrived here on Sunday. Apart from opposition parties, Shiv Sena, a partner in the ruling BJP-led coalition, too has ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago Kisan Long March: 35,000 farmers reach Mumbai, to lay siege to Maharashtra legislature  catchnews.com1 month ago
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Mumbai Farmers 'Maha-March' updates: 50,000 protesters turns country's financial capital into sea of red; CM Fadnavis to meet Kisan Sabha at 2pm

Giant march of a farmer holding red flags and wearing a red cap, who arrived in Mumbai on Monday reached Azad Maidan. Farmers walked through the night so the students writing their board exams should not suffer. The Maha-March leads the Mumbai road to turn ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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CBSE papers leak: Google replies to Delhi Police, whistleblower identified

The Delhi Police's Crime Branch has got a reply from Google on the details it had sought pertaining to the e-mail address from where the CBSE chairperson was sent a mail about the Class 10 mathematics paper being leaked, an official privy to the probe said.
 DNA3 weeks ago
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Maharashtra's One State One e-Challan system will ensure errant motorists are penalised anywhere in state

Maharashtra in the next three months is likely to be the first state in India to have a state-wide e-challan system to fine those who violate driving norms in cities other than their place of residence, Hindustan Times reported. According to the report, the ...
 DNA1 month ago
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What does the nation get out of the CBI?

'What does the nation get out of the CBI's fabulous infrastructure? Very little that is useful,' says Aakar Patel. Photograph: Mansi Thapliyal/Reuters The Central Bureau of Investigation is our elite instrument against crime. Like America's Federal Bureau of Investigation, the CBI was formed to tackle something specific. The FBI initially was set up to go after Communism, the CBI was meant to take on corruption. So how effective is it actually? We hear of demand that the 'case be given to the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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2008 blasts accused brought to Ahmedabad from Delhi

One of the key accused in the multiple bomb blasts that were conspired on July 28, 2008 was apprehended by the Delhi police on January 22, 2018. The Ahmedabad Crime Branch has asked for remand of the accused, 47-year-old Abdul Subhan Qureshi aka Toufiq, to ...
 DNA1 month ago

Courts can take cognisance of Indian's conviction abroad: Bombay HC

Courts or judicial authorities in India can take cognisance of the conviction of an Indian by a foreign court for an offence committed outside India, the Bombay High Court has held. However, such a conviction will not be automatically binding upon the courts ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Pak cracks down on seminaries, health facilities run by Saeed

Under pressure to act against banned groups, Pakistan has launched a crackdown on seminaries and health facilities run by Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed, a media report said on Wednesday. The action came after a high-level UN sanctions team visited last ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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