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भारतीय वायुसेना के दो अधिकारी रावी नदी की तेज धारा में बह गए

भारतीय वायुसेना के दो अधिकारी शनिवार शाम हिमाचल प्रदेश के जिला चंबा में रावी नदी की तेज धारा में बह गए | यह हादसा नदी में अचानक ज्यादा पानी आ जाने के कारण हुआ | जिसमें तीन अन्य जवानों ने किसी तरह तैर कर अपनी जान बचाई | ये अधिकारी पठानकोट एयरबेस में तैनात थे | जिनकी पहचान मेरठ (उत्तर प्रदेश) के मिश्रा(26) और जयपुर के शक्ति सिंह (30) के रूप में हुई हैं | ये अधिकारी चंबा में छुट्टियां मनाने पहुंचे थे के और किनारे फोटो खींचते वक्त पानी की धारा में बह गए |

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CM Fadnavis declares additional funds for drought-hit districts

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has declared additional funds to provide water tankers, solve electricity problems and provide education to children in rural areas.Fadnavis made the declaration after assessing the detailed reports filed by Cabinet ministers from both BJP and Shiv Sena, including ministers of state yesterday toured 29 talukas of drought affected Beed, Latur and Osmanabad districts.

read more at The Indian Express

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Punjab and Haryana HC issues contempt notices to state govt

The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday issued contempt notices to Haryana Government on riots during the recent Jat agitation.The petition had stated that on January 11, 2013, the court had ordered the Haryana government to take action against those involved in violence during 2010 Jat agitation.The petition alleged that the government did not take action as per the court's direction and not even a single person was convicted in this regard.

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Non-subsidised LPG rate cut by Rs 61.5

Non-subsidised LPG was rate cut by Rs 61.5 per cylinder on global cues,now costs Rs 513.50 per 14.2-kg in Delhi as against Rs 575 previously.Subsidised LPG costs Rs 419.33 per 14.2-kg cylinder in Delhi.This is the second consecutive price cut after a reduction of ₹82.5 in February.Non-subsidised LPG prices on the first day of every month, based on the average international price in the preceding month.

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Never in India's history has dal(lentils) cost Rs. 200/kg: Rahul Gandhi

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Friday said that for the first time in Indian history the price of dal (lentils) has reached a sky-high amount of Rs. 200/kg."The (BJP) government has failed to fulfill its promises. Interacting with farmers at Salon, Gandhi said ,"PM Modi should give Rs. 15 lakh to each farmer or leave.Modi ji made a promise that he would provide electricity for 24 hours a day. But it is only available for four-five hours".

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Indian-origin couple awarded for 81 years marriage in New Zealand

An Indian-origin couple, married for nearly 81 years, were awarded for being New Zealand’s longest- married couple by a Christan group.Jeram Ravji and Ganga Ravji, both of whom turn 100 this year, Jeram and Ganga were born in India on May 4, 1916 and June 6, 1916 respectively,were married at the age of 19,who have taken part in India’s freedom struggle,They have six children, 15 grandchildren, and 25 great-grandchildren.

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US presidential candidate Donald Trump turns more heads after praising North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un.

Republican US presidential candidate Donald Trump has said Kim Jong-Un deserves "credit" for his style of command. The property magnate marvelled at how "incredible" it was that the North Korean leader had held on to his power in the communist regime.
At a meeting in Iowa on 9 January, Trump told crowds of Republican supporters: "If you look at North Korea, this guy, he's like a maniac. OK? You've got to give him credit. How many young guys – he was like 26 or 25 when his father died – take over these tough generals, and all of a sudden – you know, it's pretty amazing when you think of it.
Trump was referring to Jang Song-thaek, Kim's uncle, who was reportedly stripped naked, thrown into a cage and eaten alive by a pack of hungry dogs, according to an NBC report; however those claims were later dismissed with The Guardian reporting the man waslikely killed by firing squad. The US presidential candidate added: "This guy doesn't play games and we can't play games with him. Because he really does have missiles and he really does have nukes.""How does he do that? Even though it is a culture, and it's a cultural thing, he goes in, he takes over, he's the boss. It's incredible. He wiped out the uncle, he wiped out this one, that one."
Previously, Trump had called the North Korean leader a "total nut job". He told Fox News: "I think it's a serious problem because he is probably on the wacky side."
It's reported that the Communist leader is supporting the Republican in his bid to become US president, according to KB News Daily. The North Korean has apparently been "closely following" the debates.

"The Supreme Leader closely weighed and measured the talents all of the US candidates and gave them all careful consideration," says the alleged official statement from the DPRK government. "Supreme Leader has considered all of the choices and has named Donald Trump the official candidate of the DPRK." Source-Internet

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4th Test: South Africa flattened after Rahane, Jadeja heroics

NEW DELHI: South Africa's troubles against spin continued with another abject batting performance, one that spanned 49.3 overs on the second day at the Feroz Shah Kotla, on a track that was nowhere near as spiteful as Nagpur or Mohali. This was just poor batting against accurate bowling, led by Ravindra Jadeja's 5/30.

Making South Africa's collapse to 121 all the more alarming was that it took place on the same track on which Ajinkya Rahane stroked his way to a silken 127 - the first century of the series and the longest a player has batted - while adding the highest partnership of the series (98) with R Ashwin, who scored 56.

Such a meek batting effort also pushed into the shade some excellent bowling from Kyle Abbott, whose figures of 24.5-7-40-5 gave the visitors something to take from an otherwise chastening 117.5 overs in the field. This South African team is spent, physically and mentally, of that there is no doubt. India, with a lead of 213, will look to bury them on day three.

The Kotla surface was not a rank turner as seen in Mohali and Nagpur, but still required plenty of application and skill, and it was fitting that Rahane was the man to reach a significant landmark for it was at this venue that he made a forgettable debut in 2013. With this excellent century, Rahane has also pushed his batting average in India from under eight to 24.85.

Rahane's fluidity harked back to his sublime Lord's century last summer, and for sheer value it will rank alongside that match-winning effort. He took 24 deliveries spanning nearly 45 minutes to move from 89 to 100, but once his first century in Indian was achieved with a push past the stumps for four off Morne Morkel, and then punctuated with a pump of the fists as he raised his bat, Rahane started purring.

He sashayed down to Dane Piedt and clubbed two sixes in an over, one wide of deep midwicket and the other over long-off, and followed up by hitting Dean Elgar's left-arm spin inside out over cover for four. In between these attractive hits were delicate dabs square on the offside and controlled bunts to leg. It was fluent batting, with a touch of panache.

Rahane's innings ended when he drove Imran Tahir in the air to cover, the leg spinner's first wicket in his tenth over. Moments before lunch, he dumped Tahir for six over long-on to get to his fifty, but did not last long after the interval as Abbott plucked out the last two wickets to become the first overseas fast bowler since Courtney Walsh in 1987 to claim a five-for at the Kotla.