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Congress wants to protect cows in MP while they slaughtered calf in Kerala: PM Modi

Congress wants to protect cows in MP while they slaughtered calf in Kerala: PM Modi

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Updates from : the Print : The opposition party had mastered the art of speaking lies, said Narendra Modi in a rally in Madhya Pradesh. Chhindwara: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday accused the Congress of adopting double standards on cow protection, saying that while the party talks of bovine protection in Madhya Pradesh, its workers in Kerala slaughtered a calf and claimed eating beef was their right. Addressing a rally in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh’s Chhindwara, the home turf of state Congress chief Kamal Nath, Modi said the opposition party had “mastered the art of speaking lies”. He asked Congress president Rahul Gandhi, whom he addressed as “naamdaar” (dynast), to clarify his party’s stand on the issue of cow protection. “The Congress talked about cows to confuse
Athlete rescued from Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium dies

Athlete rescued from Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium dies

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Updates from : the Hindu : An 18-year-old athlete succumbed to his injuries on Wednesday after he was recused from his hostel room in the athletics academy at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Tuesday. Police said that Police Control Room (PCR) received a call on Tuesday at 6.30 p.m. about a man who is believed to have hanged himself inside his hostel room in the stadium. Police rushed to the spot and the man was taken to Safdurjung Hospital in a critical condition. He succumbed to his serious injuries on Wednesday morning. The deceased has been identified as Parvinder Chaudhary, a sprinter. He was a native of Aligarh district in Uttar Pradesh. The family has been informed about the incident. Police said that during initial investigation an official of Sports Authority
Fate of Sabarimala writs to be decided after review pleas

Fate of Sabarimala writs to be decided after review pleas

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Updates from : The Hindu : The Supreme Court on Monday indicated that the fate of three fresh writ petitions challenging the September 28 majority judgment of the apex court allowing women of all ages entry into the famed Sabarimala temple will depend on how a five-judge Bench of the court will decide a batch of 49 review petitions later in the day. “Writ petitions to be heard after orders in the review petitions are passed in the course of the day,” Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi deflated the frentic build-up to the hearing with an one-line order passed even before senior advocate C.A. Sundaram, for the lead petitioner, could even put in a word. “Writ petitions will be heard after orders in review petitions are passed. If review petitions are dismissed, we will hear the writ petitio
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