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2 killed 25 missing in Maharashtra dam burst

At least two persons were killed and another 25 missing after a small dam burst near Alore-Shirgaon village late on Tuesday, officials said here on Wednesday. According to police, the Tivare Dam which had started overflowing around 8 p.m. following heavy rain, reportedly breached soon after.As the water gushed out in a flood-like situation, at

Soon complain online against sexual harassment in Gautam Budh Nagar

With growing number of sexual harassment cases being reported at workplaces in the National Capital Region, the Gautam Budh Nagar authorities have decided to make the process of filing such complaints easy. The authorities on Saturday tied up with an IT company, Interra Information Technologies, to come up with a software and a website that

Saluting India’s homegrown child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi

Each year on June 12, when the world observes the World Day Against Child Labour, India has cause to salute Kailash Satyarthi – the man who made this day possible – a human rights champion who rescued over 88,000 bonded and trafficked children, and won the Nobel Peace Prize by acting on his words: ‘Every

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How much trouble is this singer facing after raising voice in #MeToo campaign?

How much trouble is this singer facing after raising voice in #MeToo campaign? Watch the video to know the ground reality of females who raised voice against the males in #MeToo Campaign. As females are facing various kinds of problems in society after disclosing the misdoings with them. How much trouble is this singer facing

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Centre suggests ‘water conservation fee’ for groundwater’s use

Centre government is planning to impose a water conservation fee on individuals and industries besides their water bill. It will be imposed on private townships, societies, apartments, industries and recreational clubs among others based on the amount of ground water extracted by them.The draft guideline for ground water withdrawal is prepared by the Ministry of

CBI case against society collecting money in PM’s name

CBI case against society collecting money in PM’s name. New Delhi, Aug 12: The CBI has lodged an FIR against a group housing society for allegedly collecting donations in the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The CBI claimed in its FIR that the Faridabad-registered society, ‘Narendra Modi Vichar Manch’, has no links to Prime

Shimla Minors rape murder police case registered accused

Shimla : Minor’s rape and murder

Shimla Minors rape murder police case registered accused. A 14-year-old girl raped and murdered in Kotkhai even after three days of recovering the victim’s body, family and villagers are demanding that the culprits be handed over to them when nabbed, before law takes its own course. the police remain clueless about the accused.The father of

Seminar organised on Harmful effects of drugs in society

Today, i.e. on  03.07.2017 :- Seminar  on Drug Abuse & Illicit Trafficking and Harmful effects  of Drugs in society  was organized in Recruit Training Centre(RTC) , Sector-26, Chandigarh under the guidance of Shri Tajender Singh Luthra, I.P.S., D.G.P., U.T., Chandigarh and under the supervision of Sh. Ravi Kumar, I.P.S.,  S.P./ Operations & Training.    105


The residents of society started making roads themselves

The residents of society started making roads themselves. In Dasuya (Sanjay Ranjan) the condition of the street near Daya Nand School in Ward no 13, in the city, had been deteriorating for a long time, due to which these people had to face difficulties as they were forced to use their vehicle scooter-motorcycles It was

People grow single-parent families lower levels well-being

People who grow up in single-parent families have lower levels of well-being

People grow single-parent families lower levels well-being. According to the sources, individuals who were brought up by a single parent for their entire childhood earn on average 30 per cent less and are more likely to be unemployed.Furthermore, on average they are nine per cent less likely to be in a romantic relationship and had

200 Canadians hospitalized drinking alcohol every day

More than 200 Canadians hospitalized from booze every day

200 Canadians hospitalized drinking alcohol every day. According to a report, about 212 people in Canada are being hospitalized in a single day from 2015 to 2016 due to drinking alcohol. According to new reports, 205 people are having heart problems. The Canadian Institute for Health Information has submitted its report.Canada, its director Jean Harvey

Kashmir unrest: Centre won’t talk to separatists, SC informed

As Jammu and Kashmir continues to be on edge, the efforts are on to find an amicable and lasting solution to the multiple woes of valley New Delhi: The Central government on Friday ruled out talks with separatist elements or those raising the issues of ‘accession or Azadi’ in the Kashmir Valley, telling the Supreme

Filmmakers react to what society tells us: Rahul Bose

Mumbai: Actor-director Rahul Bose, known to be part of unconventional movies, says filmmakers always reflect the truth of the society through thier projects. “In the past or today, filmmakers always react to what society tells us. Every age gives a response. In this particular age, the awareness for gender violence is increasing and according to

National Commission gave relief to Sky Rock City Welfare Society

Mohali: National consumer disputes redressal Commission gave relief to Sky Rock City welfare society in two different judgments. Commission while giving judgment in two different cases said that NO refund related complaint can be lodged to police or GMADA within three years of filing refund application. Providing more information in this concern advocate Hiten Nehra

Doctors are most important component of society: Mukherjee

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday said that doctors are the most important component of society as they carry the tremendous burden of providing healthcare to the needy. “Doctors are the most important component of the society, who have a tremendous burden on them to provide healthcare to the needy,” said Mukherjee. Urging them

Women getting more importance in films and society: Bachchan

Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says women are getting more importance in society and that is reflected in the contemporary cinema as well. The veteran actor said a few decades ago, on-screen heroes fought for heroines but today things have just got better in terms of the latter’s portrayal and roles. “I think during 1970s, the

Living poets society: Reviving a vanishing art

New Delhi: In the highly inspirational movie “Dead Poets Society”, Robin Williams plays an influential American teacher in the 1950s, John Keating, who struggles to instill a sense of awe in his students about the power of poetry. “We don’t read and write poetry,” he says, “because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because

We are just a failure phobic society: Vikram Bhatt

Mumbai, Sep 18 (IANS) Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt, whose past few films “Creature 3D”, “Mr. X” and “Love Games” bombed at the box office, says the society is failure phobic.”I feel it’s okay if your past few films didn’t work. Sometimes, ideas work and sometimes they don’t. I think we are just a failure phobic society.

‘We live in a fragmented society’

This entire generation has grown up on his words. Who would not have sung ‘lakdi ki kathi’ while playing antakshari in their childhood? Or, who is the one not to immediately connect with ‘chaddi pehan ke phool khila hai’? Hardly anyone, we are sure. Yes, we have received this tremendous treasure from legendary poet, lyricist

NRI dedicates his life for students of weaker sections of society

Chandigarh: Some people make their paths in life and don’t bank upon others. J C Diwan is one among them started his journey that was full of challenges and required never say stop attitude. After his stint of 40 years job in United Kingdom, J C Diwan back to his roots and has been putting