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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...
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...
BJP Will Take Advantage Other Hot Mic Moment for the Karnataka Congress
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BJP Will Take Advantage Other Hot Mic Moment for the Karnataka Congress

BJP Will Take AdvantageBJP, The Karnataka Congress was left red-faced steadily for the past month after a live microphone caught two of its leaders chatting about state unit chief DK Shivakumar's alleged corruption.Days later, the microphones picked up Mr. Shivakumar (and ex-Chief Minister Siddaramaiah) at a Bengaluru event commemorating former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's death anniversary on October 31.Mr. Siddaramaiah can be heard asking about the lack of a portrait of Sardar Vallabhai Patel, the country's First Deputy Prime Minister, who was born on the same day Indira Gandhi was assassinated, albeit over a century earlier, in a video of the exchange that has surfaced online.Shivakumar then tells his staff members to hang a portrait of Sardar Patel as well....
According to Manish Tewari book, India should have acted after the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. The BJP aims at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
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According to Manish Tewari book, India should have acted after the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. The BJP aims at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.

Manish Tewari book, Congress MP Manish Tewari questions the UPA-1 government's inaction in the aftermath of the Mumbai attacks. The book will be released on December 2, almost exactly one year after the Mumbai terrorist attacks."Restraint is not a sign of strength for a state that has no qualms about slaughtering hundreds of innocent people. When actions speak louder than words, it's time to take action. As a result, in the days following India's 9/11; I believe that India should have launched a kinetic response "According to the book's excerpts.Tewari announced his new book in a tweet on Tuesday. ", he explained "I'm excited to announce that my fourth book, '10 Flash Points. The book examines every major national security challenge that India has faced in the last two decades obj...
DNA test Samples of the couple and the child are being collected in Kerala.
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DNA test Samples of the couple and the child are being collected in Kerala.

DNA test might put a stop to a months-long custody battle. It was a battle in Kerala over a one-year-old child.If the results are positive, Anupama S Chandran, a former SFI leader, could be reconnected with her son. The son, who was supposedly put up for adoption without her consent by her parents.Officials from the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology (RGCB) in Thiruvananthapuram took samples from Chandran and her partner, Ajith Kumar, on Monday to conduct a DNA test to determine whether they are the infant's biological parents. The child's samples were obtained earlier in the day from a Thiruvanthapuram shelter home.The results of the test, which will be conducted at RGCB, will most likely be available in two days.The DNA test was ordered by a family court. Which tempor...