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State & Urban

Farmers’ stir shows well begun may not be half done for reforms

Farmer Ajit Singh has reached the national capital of New Delhi along with a group of friends from Punjab to protest against the three new farm laws that the Government introduced in early winter season with the promise to reform an antiquated system that tied growers to multiple layers of intermediaries. But Singh and his friends are

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State & Urban

Ayodhya Airport will now be Maryada Purushottam Shri Ram Airport

UTTAR State Chief Minister Yogi Aditya Nath approved the proposal to rename Ayodhya Airport as Maryada Purushottam Shri Ram Airport. Keshav Prasad Maurya Deputy CM tweeted that the UP cabinet approved the proposal to rename the airport as Shri Maryada Purushottam Shri Ram Airport. As the city of Ayodhya is making Sri Rama Lala’s place

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State & Urban

Nikita Tomar murder case report | Justice for Nikita

This incident about a girl whose name Nikita Tomer who is 21 years old, a graduate final year student at Ballabhgarh got killed by Tauseef Ahmed when she refused to get married. He shot and killed her outside the collage! Tauseef has been harassing Nikita since 2018 said Nikita’s family, even they had filed an

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State & Urban

A husband finds his wife a ‘call girl’ after marriage

Marriage is made in heaven which we have heard since childhood but it is heaven when you love, take care of partner but when marrying with the wrong partner it becomes hell for both of them. This is a real incident in the city of Varanasi, where a man who is truly in love with

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State & Urban

Hathras Gang-raped: Is the Indian state police trying to suppress the whole case?

Manisha Valmiki, a 19-year-old Dalit woman from Hathras, was allegedly gang-raped and tortured. The forensic report said that the reason for her death was due to not rape. Mr. Kumar A police officer claimed that the family of the women had not complained of rape initially, but, the victim girl had given a statement to

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State & Urban

Are the Local aid workers suffering during Pandemic? – A Report

The pandemic has created a vast gap between the rich and the poor. Local aid workers have a critical role to play in the response to this pandemic. Amid a global pandemic, unprecedented needs and growing insecurity, aid workers and health-care responders are staying and delivering to the world’s most vulnerable people. The dedication, perseverance

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State & Urban

No to “Lavish Weddings” during Pandemic

It was a wedding like no other. There was no pomp and show, no big crowd, band, or horse accompanied the groom. An alarm rang every half an hour at the wedding hall. That was a cue for the guests to sanitise their hands using sanitisers being handed out by the family of the bride

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State & Urban

The wife did not get treatment due to fear of Coronavirus, the report came negative

Meerut: The situation is worsening due to coronavirus, people are not interested in helping anyone because of fear of coronavirus. Fear of coronavirus emerged to such a level that even doctors are not caring for their patients, it sounds terrible to hear. Don’t think so? It is true, we are sharing a real incident of

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State & Urban

Can we really do justice to “Social Distancing” in India?

Ramesh is a car driver and his wife is a domestic helper in Delhi. Both have been living in Delhi for the past 13 years (from Jharkhand) to earn their living. They have three children who go to government schools. The family stays in a slum area in Delhi and shares a common bathroom with

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Politics State & Urban

When the nation goes for a lockdown, who suffers the most

The Prime Minister of India had declared a lockdown of 21 days starting 25th March with a view to curb and stop the pandemic at this stage. While it was a relief when he declared that the basic commodities would be available like chemists, hospitals, groceries, milk booths would remain open for the ease of

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