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Mob lynching: Renowned social activist returns award

By Matters India Reporter New Delhi: Shabnam Hashmi, a noted social activist in the national capital, on June 27 returned an award given to her by the National Commission ...Read More...

Kochi Metro bogged down by unseemly controversies

Kochi: Trangenders’ refusal to join duty, insensitive photo of a hearing impaired commuter on social media and a Congress protest journey spoiled the party for the Kochi Metro inaugurated ...Read More...

Golf Club ousts Meghalaya woman in traditional dress

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“Cattle thieves” beaten to death in Bengal

Kolkata: Three men have been arrested for allegedly beating to death three men who were suspected of cattle theft in north Bengal. The family of one of the deceased ...Read More...

Karnataka to train 10,000 domestic workers

Bengaluru: The State government’s Department of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and Livelihood (SDEL) has decided to provide training to 10,000 domestic workers this year in different cities. Depending on the ...Read More...

Tripura tribal party hold protests backing Gorkhaland

Itanagar: Gorkhas in Arunachal Pradesh brought out a rally here this evening in support of the ongoing movement in Darjeeling hills for the creation of a separate Gorkhaland state. ...Read More...

Editors’ Guild condemns Karnataka Assembly’s Jail order

Bengaluru: The Editors’ Guild of India has condemned the Karnataka Assembly’s order to arrest and fine two journalists working with Kannada dailies for allegedly writing defamatory articles that were ...Read More...

Manipur opens first cyber crime police station

Imphal: Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh has opened the northeastern Indian state’s first cybercrime police station to effectively deal with increasing cases of cases involving social media. “It ...Read More...

Archbishop’s ecumenical prayer for peace in NE India

Guwahati : An inter-denominational Christian organization in northeast India has welcomed an ecumenical prayer initiative launched by a retired Catholic archbishop known for his relentless efforts for peace in ...Read More...

Old customs and new fads mark Siolim festivities

Siolim: Choosing to stay away from the more commercialised versions of Sao Joao celebrations, a group of 60-odd villagers gathered around a small bonfire in a field in the ...Read More...
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