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Make Sure BSF Doesn’t Enter Villages Without Permission
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Make Sure BSF Doesn’t Enter Villages Without Permission

Make Sure BSF Doesn't Enter Villages Without Permission. Two days after asking Bengal DGP Manoj Malaviya to "straight speak" to BSF DG Pankaj Kumar Singh on all border-related concerns, telling she didn't "would like some confrontation wherein the local authorities are kept under wraps," Mamata Banerjee affirmed once more on Friday that "the rule of law" was a state matter and inquired authorities to remain vigilant along border regions. "I will instruct the ICs to boost their movement and amp up 'Naka' inspections," Banerjee remarked during the administration session in Krishnanagar on Thursday. Beginning with Karimpur, you share boundaries with Bangladesh, and you'll need to keep an eye on that as well… You must also ensure that the BSF doesn't enter villages without your consent. BS...
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.....
PM Says 3 Farm Laws to Be Cancelled
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PM Says 3 Farm Laws to Be Cancelled

PM Says 3 Farm Laws to Be Cancelled, Mr. Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India have declared that three unpopular agriculture rules that have flashed enormous farmer protests across the country for over a year will be repealed today, only months before elections in places like Uttar Pradesh and Punjab. The statement was made during the Gurupurab / Prakash Utsav celebration, which commemorates the birthday of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism. PM Modi stated that the Indian government is been working with a wisdom of service to easier people's life. While apologising to the nation, he wishes to state with an honest and pure heart that perhaps something was lacking in their tapasya (dedication) because they were unable to express the truth to some of our farmer brothers as clear...
Second Chinese village along Arunachal border: Satellite images
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Second Chinese village along Arunachal border: Satellite images

Second Chinese village has fabricated a second cluster or enclave of 60 buildings at least in Arunachal Pradesh, as per the new satellite photographs. According to satellite pictures, the fresh enclave did not occur in 2019, but it can now be spotted post one year. It is located 93 kilometres east of a Chinese-built village in Arunachal Pradesh, a major intrusion originally reported by NDTV in January and confirmed just days earlier by a Pentagon report. 'China has launched building activities along the border areas in the last several years, comprising in places that it has occupied over the decades illegally,' India reacted angrily to the revelation, which corroborated an exclusive account. Neither the illegal seizure of our territory nor the unjustifiable Chinese claims have been re...
After a Near-Fatal Incident, in Kerala Cop Who Opposed The Sand Mafia Has Passed Away
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After a Near-Fatal Incident, in Kerala Cop Who Opposed The Sand Mafia Has Passed Away

Near-Fatal Incident, TK Muhammad Shafiq, a policeman in Kerala who battled the sand mafia, died on Thursday after fighting wounds from a near-fatal accident for 24 years. Shafiq was struck by an unknown car on his way back from work, forcing him to spend nearly a quarter-century in bed. His life was forever transformed as a result of that accident. He was incapacitated for some time after the disaster. He remained in the service with the police department's full cooperation till he resigned as Circle Inspector 5 years earlier. In 1987, the honorable officer became a Sub Inspector and broke sand mafia rings. He got off a train at Tirur railway station on his route to Kozhikode in 1997, and his three was hit by a truck near his home in Thekkumuri. Shafiq was struck down and left bl...