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Three Naxals gunned down in Chhattisgarh’s Kanker

Two weapons, including SLR weapon, were seized from the spot.

Woman dies after wall of public toilet collapses in Mumbai

The woman got trapped when the toilet wall collapsed around 7.40 am behind Naaz Hotel in Kurla-West, following which fire brigade, police and civic personnel rushed to the spot.

Tarun Gogoi extremely critical, say doctors

Gogoi, who is on ventilation and has suffered a multi-organ failure, was on dialysis on Sunday, which he could sustain for six hours.

WhiteHat Jr Founder files $2.6 million lawsuit against critic

According to a TechCrunch report, Poonia has been accused of "infringing trademarks and copyright of properties owned by WhiteHat Jr, defaming and spreading misleading information about the startup and its founder

Cold wave sweeps Delhi; minimum temperature 6.3 degree Celsius

For the plains, the IMD declares a cold wave when the minimum temperature is 10 degrees Celsius or below and is 4.5 notches less than normal for two consecutive days.

First Lady of Odisha dies, tributes pour in

A constant companion in various activities of the governor, she was religious and had a passion for socio- cultural pursuits, Raj Bhavan sources said.

India reports 44,059 new COVID-19 cases, 511 deaths in last 24 hours

Maharashtra has 80,878 active coronavirus cases, the highest in the country, followed by Kerala with 66,982 and Delhi with 39,741.

Karachi will be part of India one day, says Devendra Fadnavis

"We believe in 'Akhand Bharat'. We also believe that Karachi will be a part of India one day," Fadnavis told reporters here on November 21.

Jellyfish swarms sting Goa beachgoers; advisory issued

In a statement issued on Thursday, Drishti Marine, a private lifeguard agency hired by the Goa government to man the state's popular beaches, urged tourists and beachgoers to exercise caution while hitting the surf, especially close to the shoreline.

Colleges may be shut if coronavirus cases rise: Karnataka Minister

The degree, engineering and diploma colleges were reopened on November 17 after eight months of closure due to coronavirus-induced lockdown

23 anti-smog guns installed across Delhi to combat dust pollution

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said that the Public Works Department (PWD) has installed these 23 anti-smog guns.

Trilateral maritime exercise SITMEX-20 on in Andaman Sea

The SITMEX exercises are conducted to enhance mutual inter-operability and imbibing best practices between the Indian Navy, Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN), and Royal Thai Navy (RTN).

Tripura refugee resettlement protests: Death toll rises to 2

Normal life has been crippled in northern Tripura's Kanchanpur sub-division, adjoining Panisagar sub-division and Mizoram, for the seventh day on Sunday with simmering tensions.

PM Modi lays foundation stone of rural drinking water projects in UP

Modi also interacted with village water and sanitation committee members during the event.

Jharkhand: Unemployed son kills father to get a job on compassionate ground

Krishna Ram (55), head security guard posted in Central Workshop of CCL at Barkakana in Ramgarh district was found dead with throat slit early on Thursday, police said.
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