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Constitution of India Celebration in Parliament President Ram Nath Kovind And Prime Minister Narendra Modi was Speaked
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Constitution of India Celebration in Parliament President Ram Nath Kovind And Prime Minister Narendra Modi was Speaked

Constitution of India, President Ram Nath Kovind would head the Constitution Day events on Friday, reading the Preamble in the Main Hall of Parliament, wherein Narendra Modi will speak a prestigious assemblage. President Ram Nath Kovind will deliver a speech to the nation, after which the public will be invited to participate in a live cast of the Constitution and bill of rights Preamble.President Kovind will later release a digital edition of the Constituent Assembly Discussions at the Main Hall of Parliament House, as per an announcement from the Prime Minister's Office (PMO). The paper is an upgraded version of the text laying out the structure of the country's fundamental political law, which includes all revisions to date, as well as a digital site of a calligraphed edition of th...
District wise Covid cases in Karnataka Today
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District wise Covid cases in Karnataka Today

District wise Covid cases in Karnataka Today, Officials said that a medical college in Dharwad, Karnataka, became a COVID-19 hotspot after the percentage of students and employees infected with coronavirus increased to 182 today versus 66 the day before. Officials at the SDM College of Medical Sciences in Dharwad reported that the majority of those ill were completely vaccinated for coronavirus and that the outbreak was caused by a previous freshers' party held on-site.Following the screening of over 300 pupils, the Covid test result of 66 completely vaccinated college students and the staff was positive on Thursday. Today, a greater number of college students are being examined. Genome sequencing would be performed on the affected people's data. "The students had all of their shots.....
How Mukul Sangma Jumped Ship to TMC Unease With Vincent Pala, A Friend’s ‘Advice,’ And A ‘Courtesy’
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How Mukul Sangma Jumped Ship to TMC Unease With Vincent Pala, A Friend’s ‘Advice,’ And A ‘Courtesy’

How Mukul Sangma Jumped Ship to TMCMukul Sangma expressed his dissatisfaction with remaining in the Congress two months ago. Owing to the growing distance between him and Pradesh Congress Committee chief Vincent Pala since the latter was appointed the new Meghalaya unit chief.As Sangma's discontent grew, his friend and political strategist Prashant Kishor realized it was time for the veteran North-eastern leader to move on.Sangma paid a "courtesy visit" to Kishor in September, when Bengal was preoccupied with the Bhabanipur elections. This trip, however, was the catalyst for his decision to break ties with the Grand Old Party.As word got out in political circles that Sangma was warming up to the Trinamool Congress, 10, Janpath reacted.Sangma held a press confer...
Jewar airport Noida Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone
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Jewar airport Noida Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone

Jewar airport Noida On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the cornerstone for the Noida International Airport (NIA) in Jewar, Gautam Buddha Nagar. As a result, Uttar Pradesh will become India's only state with five international airports.According to officials, the new airport, which is about 72 kilometers from the IGI airport in New Delhi, will be India's largest once it is completed. The first phase of the airport's development is expected to cost more than Rs 10,050 crore.This airport is being built just weeks after the prime minister opened the Kushinagar international airport in Uttar Pradesh to boost the country's aviation industry. In Ayodhya, another international airport is currently being built.PM Modi will lay the foundation stone for the new airport on...
Allahabad High Court rules that oral sex with a minor is not ‘aggravated sexual assault,’ igniting a debate.
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Allahabad High Court rules that oral sex with a minor is not ‘aggravated sexual assault,’ igniting a debate.

Allahabad High Court ruling that oral sex with a minor doesn't fall under the Pocso Act's 'aggravated sexual assault' category has triggered a debate on social media.Several users on social media have critiqued the court's decision, pointing to a previous Supreme Court order that stated that "skin-to-skin" contact was not required for a sexual assault offense under the Pocso Act.The Allahabad High Court reduced a man's sentence for sexually assaulting a 10-year-old boy on Wednesday."It is clear from a perusal of the provisions of the Pocso Act that the offense committed by the appellant does not fall under Section 5/6 of the Pocso Act nor Section 9(M) of the Pocso Act because there is 'penetrative sexual assault' in the present case," Justice Anil Kumar Ojha noted.The crim...