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    The protesters, mostly women, raised slogans like "Administration haye haye" (down with administration), "Minorities ko jeene do" (Let the minorities live) and "We want justice".

    Speaking to reporters here, Information and Broadcasting minister said, "There is no place for violence in a democracy. Everybody should get an opportunity to put his point of view in a democracy. And when the problems can be resolved through talks, then there is no place for stone-pelting, arson and unruly behaviour." Prime Minister will also inaugurate a Digital Exhibition which traces the journey of the two Ministries over the past eight years. Prime Minister will also release special series of Rs 1, Rs 2, Rs 5, Rs 10 and Rs 20 coins. These special series of coins will have the theme of the logo of AKAM and will also be easily identifiable to visually impaired persons. Das will be delivering a lecture on 'Indian Businesses (Past, Present and Future)', which will be attended by revenue secretary Tarun Bajaj, CBIC chairman Vivek Johri, besides other members of CBIC, the finance ministry said in a statement on Wednesday. phone tag slot machine online free The CMO said the State government has constituted 14 committees including a core committee headed by the district in-charge minister for smooth and successful conduct of the event. Public Prosecutor A T Ansari termed the findings in the magisterial court's judgement as "well-founded", and said that no court of law can afford to turn a blind eye to the commission of such an offence. A total of 8,768 COVID-19 tests were conducted in the national capital the previous day, the department said in its latest bulletin. Delhi saw 357 COVID-19 cases with a positivity rate of 1.83 per cent on Sunday. It logged 442 COVID-19 cases with a positivity rate of 2.02 per cent on Saturday. "Madam Speaker, the strong and vibrant relationship between India, the world's largest democracy, and the United States, the world's oldest democracy, has demonstrated our shared values for Rule of Law," Congressman Joe Wilson said in the House of Representatives this week. "Let us once again commit to protect water sources, use them appropriately and maintain their cleanliness. We can't afford to either lose or degrade them as such loss cannot be made out by any monetary cost," the NGT chairperson said. He had earlier said that there were huge gaps in compliance of environment rules and the higher authorities were not adequately concerned about the plight of the citizens. "Just learnt that senior Congress leader Mrs Sonia Gandhi has been hospitalized due to covid. All of us pray for her early recovery and return to public life soon. May God bless you, Soniaji. Regards (sic)," Banerjee tweeted., The IRF is the US State Department’s annual report to the Congress on international religious freedom, in which it gives its perspective on the status and violations of religious freedom across the globe. It has separate chapters on each country.
    Most Kashmiri Pandit families have left their “resettlement” colonies to escape the recent spurt in fatal terrorist strikes targeting Hindus living and working in the Valley. Those who stayed behind were cooped up in heavily-guarded housing built for them, with the government not allowing them to leave or acceding to their demand to relocate them outside Kashmir.
    The 17-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped when she was returning home after a party in the Jubilee Hills area of Hyderabad on May 28. The matter came to light after the minor girl's father submitted a complaint to the police regarding the incident.

    Delhi had reported 899 coronavirus cases and four deaths on May 13, when the positivity rate was at 3.34 per cent, according to official figures.

    The impact of the explosion was so intense that the roofs of some of the factories located in the vicinity were damaged. It took three hours for the fire tenders to douse the blaze in the factory.

    External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar on June 07 said that despite COVID and economic challenges, India has gone extra mile for its neighbours and will continue to do so. While addressing a progra...
    ( Originally published on 2022-06-27 12:57:40 )