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Keep children away from Blue Whale Challenge

New Delhi: Blue Whale Challenge has claimed several lives across the globe. In the name of a challenge, the deadly game urges children to commit suicide. Those who accept the challenge are encouraged to complete a number of given tasks ...

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43% elderly in India face psychological problems: Study

New Delhi: Forty-three out of 100 elderly people in India are victims of psychological problems due to loneliness, and other relationship issues, a new study has said. Based on the feedback from 50,000 older persons across the country during the ...

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China’s Uighur Muslims struggle under ‘police state’

BEIJING: Worshippers quietly passed through metal detectors as they entered the central mosque in China’s far western city of Kashgar under the stern gaze of stone- faced police officers. The increasingly strict curbs imposed on the mostly Muslim Uighur population ...

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‘Is BJP running the nation, or burning it?’

As the crisis in Darjeeling continues, and in the wake of the recent communal flareup in West Bengal, Rajib Chowdhuri and Soumitra Nandi spoke to Derek O’Brien, MP, Rajya Sabha leader and national secretary of the Trinamul Congress From the hills to plains, West Bengal ...

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An attempt to ban animal sacrifice: Will Muslims be able to celebrate Eid-ul-Azha?

On the face of it Modi Government’s notification regarding the sale and purchase of animals has been described as in compliance to Supreme Court’s directive. However, the real motive behind it appears to be to stop Muslims, at any cost, ...

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50 Muslim candidates cleared UPSC Civil Services Exam, set a new record – Still a long way to go

New Delhi: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) declared the results of Civil Service Examination which was conducted in December 2016. This year 50 Muslim candidates cleared the examination, the highest ever in the history of UPSC. This year 10 Muslims ...

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A bright future for Bhatkalli girls

Just when one thought can Anjuman shine brighter, three stars emerged to prove that it can. Three girls from Anjuman, Aysha Mohammad Ibrahim Patel, Sadrunnisa Barmawar Syed Samiullah and Aysha Urooj Mohammed Irfan Ajaib who scored 94.33 per cent in ...

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The inspiring story of a Bhatkalli girl who scored 97.3%

It takes two to tango – story of hard work and dedication.  Seeing this world through the eyes of an artist or a common man is one thing but observing the same world through the sight of a studious person ...

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RERA comes into effect: Still confused about new law? Here are 10 key questions answered

Although the Real Estate Law has been a hit among the buyer community, objections and clarifications are also doing the rounds. Much of this is also because the state-level regulators would come into play and in each state, byelaws might ...

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This tree lures birds with a free lunch and then kills them

Plants in the genus Pisonia don’t appear to be particularly menacing. The trees lack the thorns of acacia, the poisonous fruit of the manchineel tree and the botanical jaws of Venus flytraps. But Pisonia trees, which are found from Hawaii ...

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Obituary: Mukhtar Masood, an eminent Alig famous for his contributions to Urdu literature

News has been received from across the border about the passing away of one of the prominent figures of Urdu literature, distinguished civil servant and a second generation Alig, Mukhtar Masood in Lahore on April 15, aged 90. Mukhtar Masood was born ...

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“Judiciary cannot create new crimes”: Prof Faizan Mustafa on ‘banning’ Triple Talaq

TCN News | April 17,2017 Aligarh : Professor Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor of NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad today delivered a special talk on the topic, ‘Freedom of Religion and Solidarity’ during the Valedictory Function of All India Sir Syed Memorial ...

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Eco Beach near Bhatkal —  a great place to unwind

Bhatkallys News Service | April 16, 2017 BHATKAL — Looking for a place in the  vicinity of Bhatkal  to unwind?  The Forest department has come up with an idyllic eco beach in Hadin Village, about 7 kms from Sarpankatta (NH66) ...

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Zanskar: Here’s an entire valley in the heart of the Himalayas, waiting to be discovered

FP| Sandeepa and Chetan Karkhanis |Apr, 09 2017 It is the “land far, far away” of a fairy tale. Its unknown corners have the call of an adventure. The beauty here changes your definition of beautiful. Its in-your-face isolation has the power ...

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