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  • Russian river turned red by metallurgical waste

    Moscow, The world’s biggest nickel producer has admitted a spillage at one of its plants which was responsible for a river in Siberia turning blood-red.

  • Tamil Nadu Fishermen

    Sri Lankan Navy snaps fishing nets of Tamil Nadu fishermen

    Rameswaram (TN), More than 3,000 fishermen from this island were forced to return today without catch after Sri Lankan Naval personnel allegedly snapped the fishing nets of 50 mechanised boats near Katchatheevu.

  • J-K: Poonch encounter continues for third consecutive day

    Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir): The security forces’ operation to neutralize holed up militants in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch continued for third consecutive day today.

  • Cauvery dispute: Hyderabad Police issues advisory to all cable TV operators

    Hyderabad (Telangana), The Hyderabad Police on Tuesday issued an advisory to all cable TV channels/cable TV network operators over protests in Bangaluru and said no program shall be transmitted in the cable service which is likely to incite violence or contains anything against maintenance of law and order.

  • Thane’s Tiya upsets Neha

    Mumbai : Unseeded Tiya Wagh of Thane upset second seed Neha Mahangade of Pune in the sub junior girls’ third round, in the Bombay YMCA 4th Maharashtra State Ranking Table Tennis Tournament, at the University Pavilion on Monday.

  • Deonar abattoir functioning with staff crunch

    Mumbai: With the city’s Deonar abattoir already facing issues of space crunch due to the influx of goats and buffaloes for Eid festival, the 64-acre slaughterhouse is now beset with a staff crunch.

  • The new paradigm in education- Sri Aurobindo

    Formerly, education was merely a mechanical forcing of the child’s nature into arbitrary grooves of training and knowledge in which his individual subjectivity was the last thing considered, and his family upbringing was a constant repression and compulsory shaping of his habits, his thoughts, his character into the mould fixed for them by the conventional ideas or individual interests and ideals of the teachers and parents.

  • Mulund man dies after inhaling pesticide

    Mumbai: A 44-year-old man died yesterday of poisoning after he accidentally inhaled some of the pesticide that he was spraying in a house at Mulund recently.

  • Congress sank and took NCP down as well: Praful Patel

    Mumbai: Signaling strains in their relations, senior NCP leader Praful Patel has squarely blamed Congress for their debacle in 2014 polls, evoking a strong reaction from the latter that said it was an attempt to keep Prime Minister Narendra Modi in “good humour”.

  • Political parties put Kapil Sharma in a fix

    While Cong wants Fadnavis to order a high-level probe into the allegations, SP asks comedian to name the civic official in three days or else…

  • Zodiac Circle Illustration

    Your daily horoscope by Nilikash P Pradhan

    Aries:- Your political and social career will be on top now a day. Foreign tours for some of them may bring happiness and money. Students waiting for higher studies admission may get it at last.

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