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Centre dares for note ban debate; Opposition firm on PM's apology, voting 7.12.2016 Rediff: News
Jaitley said the Opposition has been using the zero hour to raise the issue for 'getting footage on TV'.
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Demonetisation: 'PM can shoulder consequences' 7.12.2016 TOI: Home
Speaking at the Petrotech 2016 event, Jaitley took a dig at Congress and backed PM saying that the demonetisation was a harder option which would leave footprints behind as far as the future is concerned.
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Neither Speaker, nor Parliamentary Affairs Minister running Lok Sabha, says L K Advani 7.12.2016 TOI: India
With noisy protests continuing to stall Parliament for the third week, BJP veteran L K Advani on Wednesday expressed deep distress over the way the Lok Sabha proceedings were being conducted, saying neither the Speaker nor the Parliamentary Affairs Minister was running the House.
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Ibobi lauds art and culture pioneers 7.12.2016 Kangla Online
Ibobi lauds art and culture pioneers
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The more problematic her health, the more determined she became 7.12.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'Having learnt her lesson in popular democracy, Jaya would become more populist than the DMK and more so than the imagery that mentor MGR had created in the Tamil voter's mind, both as an individual and as an elected ruler.'
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Cong sure to win, says N Loken 7.12.2016 Manipur: E-Pao
Cong sure to win, says N Loken
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Why will coup happen in Kolkata, Amit Shah asks Mamata Banerjee 6.12.2016 TOI: India
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Cycle stands to promote eco friendly transport 6.12.2016 DNA: Opinion
In yet another bid to combat air pollution, the BJP-led municipal corporations in Delhi have now planned to set-up cycle stands across the city. The move has been announced right before the 2017 municipal polls. These docks are expected to generate revenue for the cash-strapped civic agencies. The 25x8 ft stands can house 10 cycles each. The north corporation will be establishing 25 such docks in institutional areas, including Delhi University, ISBT Kashmere Gate and Civil Lines. “The docks will be given out on a lease. The allocation will be for a duration of 10 years, and 20x8 feet space will be allotted for advertisements,”said north civic body Commissioner Praveen Gupta. He added that the scheme was meant to promote eco friendly transport in these areas, so that a large number of people could cycle to work or to classes. The docks will also come up in GTB Nagar, Kingsway Camp, Ambedkar University, Rohini Sector 7 and Mukherjee Nagar. “Anyone will be able to gain membership by submitting a nominal fee ...
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‘Music Varsity should churn out good musicians, not just academics’ 5.12.2016 Star of Mysore
‘Music Varsity should churn out good musicians, not just academics’
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World Disability Day observed 5.12.2016 The Assam Tribune
World Disability Day observed
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Tamil Nadu among top 5 choices for student migrants 5.12.2016 ET: Education
80.09 lakh people migrated to various states for the sake of education. Of this, 47.76 lakh are women and 32.32 lakh women. Some of them might have migrated within the state.
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Cancer association to raise funds through exhibition of 60 artists 5.12.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
The Cancer Patients Aid Association in its 12th year has organised an annual art exhibition and sale of paintings around the theme of ‘Colours of life’ to raise funds for underprivileged children suffering from cancer. In India 80 per cent children die inspite of childhood cancer being one of the most treatable cancers, mainly due to late detection and lack of appropriate treatment. The proceeds from this annual event have made a difference to the lives of 1500 childhood cancer patients. Colours of Life, is an initiative to ensure that no child goes without proper diagnosis or through needless pain. The collection showcases works by 60 artists from pan India including eminent masters, contemporary and emerging artists. Various genres and subjects will make the show attractive. One find paintings of their choice while giving them the satisfaction of contributing towards a cause. “Affordability is what I had in mind while curating this show. The faith that artists and the buyers have shown in us has made ...
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IT'S AWARENESS FOR CHILDREN 4.12.2016 Star of Mysore
IT'S AWARENESS FOR CHILDREN
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Take up issue of persecution with Dhaka: Mahanta 4.12.2016 The Assam Tribune
Take up issue of persecution with Dhaka: Mahanta
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Ajang set to fight for Saikul seat 4.12.2016 Manipur: E-Pao
Ajang set to fight for Saikul seat
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KMSS tells firms to keep off oilfields 4.12.2016 The Telegraph : North East
The Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) today warned of vigorous protests against the private companies that took part in the bidding for 12 small and marginalised oilfields in Assam.
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Protest day over citizen act 4.12.2016 The Telegraph : North East
The Asom Andolan Sangrami Manch, a forum of leaders, who took part in the Assam Agitation, will observe Swahid Divas on December 10, protesting against the Centre's move to pass the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016.
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Novels are an exercise in failure: Nicholas Shakespeare 3.12.2016 DNA: Top News
You've been a journalist, a novelist, a biographer and professor. What is it like to juggle so many identities? They are all part of the same identity, kind of like a potpourri. The novel bit of it is still the great game in town, although its magnetism is, possibly, getting less powerful. So being a novelist isn't the same anymore? Mario Vargas Llosa was telling me how he can envisage the novel being reduced to a handful of practitioners, like the medieval alchemist, who hand out the manuscript to one or two devotees or disciples. Our attention span now is much more limited. We are used to tweeting in 140 characters. You have no time. Why are you going to read a novel by me? Novels still garner sustained interest, compared to other forms of writing, like say, poetry. When you read a great novel, it is a victory against darkness, because it shows you that you are not alone. That you, too, have the same fears that the novelist is trying to banish. When you're curled up with a novel, you are less lonely. I ...
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Nitish demands inclusion of Bhojpuri in 8th Schedule 3.12.2016 TOI: Patna
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Visually impaired scholar gets Ph.D in Political Science 3.12.2016 Star of Mysore
Visually impaired scholar gets Ph.D in Political Science
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