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Life turning miserable in Chennai

Chennai

Life for people in worsening in a continuous manner at Tamil Nadu’s Chennai though the rains have stopped in the capital. The residents informs that many  areas in Chennai still remain under water and supplies of essentials was difficult. “Water logging continues to be there. The only mercy was that there were no rains,” said Viswanath, a resident. The water ...

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Rain subside though suffering continues in Chennai

Chennai

The flood-hit Chennai has majorly hampered the normal life of people and seems is in no hurry to settle. While there temporary respite for the citizens was provided as the rains stopped since Wednesday night. However, the dark the sky has threatened more downpours. The central government has declared the city as disaster zone. The water level on the roads ...

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Shortage of supplies hampering livelihood of children in Nepal

Nepal

Due to a severe shortage of fuel, food, medicines and vaccines, over three million children under the age of five are at the greatest risk of disease or even fatal death this winter as reported by UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF). Vital imports of essential commodities has been restricted at Nepal’s southern border for over the past 10 weeks due to ...

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Teen girl delivers baby in school washroom

school

A 13-year-old student of ninth standard has been reported of delivering a baby in her school washroom. This is something very shocking to even hear, but to a despair it really happened. And wonder what the incident did not occured in any remote village of Telangana but in Madhapur in the information technology hub, housing many global IT giants. During ...

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Haryana police killed a ‘cow smuggler’ in an encounter

Cow

Acattle smuggler has been allegedly shot dead and the other seriously injured left by the Haryana Police in an encounter in Kurukshetra district early on Sunday, a senior police official said. The encounter took place in Thanesar area of the district, about 110 km from here, when the cattle smugglers were transporting cows in a pick-up jeep, police officials said. ...

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Get ready for the extreme heat waves, scientists alerts

Heat

Scientists with the help of a newly designed method to check upon the heat wave magnitude claims that extreme heat events are likely to increase both in severity and number during the next two decades. “Even if global mean temperatures do not increase too much, we will see more extreme heat waves events,” said one of the study authors Simone ...

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Pakistan sets up reforms in militant-hit tribal region

Pakistan

In order to bring the country’s tribal regions to the national mainstream as violent extremism and terrorism has badly disrupted the lives of the people, Pakistan’s high level committee has been working on greater reforms. The reforms include an important suggestion to merge the tribal areas into the northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) province so they have representation in the provincial ...

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Driver who filched with Rs 22.5 crore cash van, arrested

Driver

The driver of a cash van which drove off with Rs. 22.5 crore kept in the vehicle in south-east Delhi’s Okhla area has been arrested early Friday, police informed. All the money was found, except for Rs.11,000. Driver Pradeep Shukla and gunman Vinay Patel, both employees with the Security and Intelligence Services (SIS), were tasked to deliver the cash at various ATMs ...

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Mumbai remembers the heroes and victims of 26/11 terror attacks

Mumbai

The heroes and victims of the hideous 26/11 terror attacks that left 166 people, including 28 foreigners, dead were solemnly remembered at various commemorative events held here on Thursday. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, along with his cabinet colleagues and senior police officers, led the main commemoration at the 26/11 memorial in the Police Gymkhana on Thursday morning. He paid homage to ...

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