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Eleven people die in railway accidents on a single day

Eleven people die in railway accidents on a single day | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
In a tragic turn of events, 11 people were killed in railway accidents on a single day on Saturday.The day also saw five people getting seriously injured while travelling on the suburban railway.According to the shocking numbers released by railway authorities, three people were killed in Kalyan and Vasai, followed by one each at Dadar, Kurla, Dombivali, Wadala and Borivali stations.The victims were killed in cases related to crossing the tracks, falling under the platform gap while attempting to catch a running local and
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7,500 disabled persons to benefit from two-day camp in Nashik | I am IN - DNA of India

7,500 disabled persons to benefit from two-day camp in Nashik | I am IN - DNA of India | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it

I am IN is a commitment, to work towards better governance and strengthen the DNA of India. Stay Informed, Get Involved and Volunteer now!

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BBMP fails to pay dues, city libraries go without newspapers for two months

BBMP fails to pay dues, city libraries go without newspapers for two months | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it

The department of public libraries has been maintaining 200 libraries across Bangalore city, by providing various magazines, books and newspapers, to inculcate the habit of reading among the public. However, with the advent of digitisation, the number of people frequenting public libraries to read newspapers has reduced rapidly.When an iamin correspondent visited these libraries, one of the most striking observations made, was the absence of any newspapers and periodicals, at these places.

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Mumbai may get robotic dustbins soon

Mumbai may get robotic dustbins soon | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is contemplating about introducing robotic dustbins all over the city.Dustbin Robot, a fully-automatic mobile trashcan, may replace the green-coloured plastic bins. The dustbin with nine sensors will have the capacity to travel 350 metres after being charged for four hours. It will be able to sense human presence and would be able to collect 80 kilograms of trash in a single run.

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Holi with a difference in ‘Braj Bhoomi’ !

Holi with a difference in ‘Braj Bhoomi’ ! | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
It is Holi with a difference this time in the pilgrim town of Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh.Thousand of widows living as recluse in ashrams in Vrindavan and Varanasi on Tuesday began celebrations for a four-day Holi special in Vrindavan, deviating from their prosaic day-to-day activities.At least 1,000 kg 'gulal' (coloured powder) in different colours and 1500 kilograms of rose and merry gold petals is being arranged for the Holi programme organised at Century old "Pagal Baba Widow Ashram” by NGO Sulabh International.
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Not a single medicine store in AIIMs Bhubaneswar, patients' relatives travel 2km to buy medicines

Not a single medicine store in AIIMs Bhubaneswar, patients' relatives travel 2km to buy medicines | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it

Although it’s been a year since AIIMs, Bhubaneswar, was inaugurated, there is still not a single medicine store inside the hospital campus, compelling patients' relatives to travel around two kilometres to purchase medicines. The 978 bedded AIIMS Bhubaneswar was inaugurated by former Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Gulam Nabi Azad on February 26, 2014 with the aim of correcting regional imbalances in quality tertiary level healthcare in the country. Almost 1000 patients from

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​Action over Nashik airport party likely in 72 hours

​Action over Nashik airport party likely in 72 hours | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it

In Nashik for a meeting of the steering committee of the Kumbhmela, additional chief secretary, Public Works Department (PWD), Anand Kulkarni, said that action over the airport party issue will be decided within 72 hours.A party was organised by Vilas Birari, director of Harsh Construction and president of Builders’ Association of India, Nashik branch, to bid farewell to the PWD superintendent engineer on his retirement for which officials of the PWD and members of the builders’ fraternity were invited.

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Locals irked with TMC’s proposed water tax hike, demand a revision

Locals irked with TMC’s proposed water tax hike, demand a revision | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
Thane Municipal Corporation chief Sanjeev Jaiswal is taking tough decisions to increase the corporation’s revenue. After increasing the fares of the Thane Municipal Transport (TMT) run buses, the corporation has announced a break-up of the proposed hike in water taxes.Domestic users unhappy about the hikeDomestic users are against the move to hike water tax as they feel that the TMC is favouring commercial establishments. Corporation has not proposed to hike the taxes for the commercial establishments.
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Skywalk on Bellary Road to be opened to public shortly

Skywalk on Bellary Road to be opened to public shortly | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) is set to inaugurate the much-needed skywalk at Enayathulla Mekhri Circle, near Ganganagar Bus Stop, on Bellary Road, within a few weeks.The skywalk was said to be inaugurated on February 6 but due to the delay in completing water pipeline work by Bengaluru Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB), made the civic body to postpone the event. “Rajdeep Buildcon, a private agency, built the skywalk near Ganganagar Bus Stop.
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In pics: Patna gears up for Valentine's Day

In pics: Patna gears up for Valentine's Day | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it

patValentine's Day is around the corner and Patna markets are gearing up for it. Shops and restaurants have been decorated with balloons to attract the customers. The business of toys is flourishing during the love week. "I sold 53 soft toys yesterday because it was Teddy day, small soft toys and big teddy bears are the most in demand," said a soft toy shop owner at Kadam Kuan.A small market known as Churi Gali is all decorated with heart shaped pillows and balloons.

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Almost a year after deadline, incomplete Mithi Bridge is open to public

Almost a year after deadline, incomplete Mithi Bridge is open to public | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
After the BMC dragged its feet over the construction of the Kurla-Kalina Bridge, the vital link between Santa Cruz(East) and Kurla (W) was officially open to public only last week. However, to avoid traffic congestion at LBS Marg and CST Road, commuters have been using the bridge for almost four months, since construction work was stalled. Moreover, according to the information received through an RTI application filed by an Iamin correspondent, the construction work was stalled in October last year, with only 45% of the work being complete.
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Mumbai News: Mumbai Latest News | Mumbai Breaking News - Iamin.in

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Get all the breaking news of Mumbai, Mumbai local news, Mumbai political news, etc with photos and videos at Iamin.in
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Bandra shopkeeper overcharges on retail products despite LMO action

Bandra shopkeeper overcharges on retail products despite LMO action | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
While the legal metrology organisation (LMO) has started a helpline number dedicated to complaints with regard to overcharging on products by retail shopkeepers, it doesn't seem to have deterred many from indulging in such practices.The LMO is a statutory body under the food, civil supplies and consumer protection department of the Government of Maharashtra, authorised to take action against accused persons for overcharging on packed products.Shopkeepers seem to be looting people by overcharging on branded cold drinks.
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Noida residents join hands to help Nepal Earthquake Victims

Noida residents join hands to help Nepal Earthquake Victims | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it

As the colossal natural disaster has befallen on Nepal, help is pouring in from all parts of the country, residents from Noida too have come forward to contribute relief material and funds for the Earthquake-hit people of Nepal. Residents of Marvel Homes in Sector-61 collected relief funds and materials for two days to be sent to Nepal.

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Local youth brazenly continue illegal construction on civic body-owned land

Local youth brazenly continue illegal construction on civic body-owned land | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
Despite a notice from the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) against the construction of a Sai temple near Bramha Avenue off NIBM Road, work on the illegal structure continues uninterrupted. On February 5, residents of Bramha Avenue had noticed a religious ceremony, being held at the construction site.
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More unseasonal rain showers likely for the next 48 hours

More unseasonal rain showers likely for the next 48 hours | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
Since Saturday night the entire state has been witnessing continuous thundershowers, with Pune recording around 8 mm rainfall. The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted that the city might experience light showers in the next 48 hours as well.Stating that the increase in heat and cyclonic movement in south eastern states is responsible for the unseasonal rains, an official from the MET department said, “The temperature in the city has reduced due to the rains.
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Pic-Speak: Dola Yatra celebrated amidst clouds of colours in Shyampur

Pic-Speak: Dola Yatra celebrated amidst clouds of colours in Shyampur | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
There are still few days left for Holi, but people of Shyampur, a village on the outskirts of Bhubaneswar, have already started playing with colours from Monday on the occasion of famous Dola Yatra. Dola Yatra, is performed from the 10th day of bright fortnight to full moon day of Falguna.
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Confused about property investment hotspots in Pune? Here’s what the experts say

Confused about property investment hotspots in Pune? Here’s what the experts say | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
Pune’s close proximity to the financial capital, Mumbai, has made it a thriving hub for educational institutions and companies in the Information Technology sector.
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In Pics: Live performances enthral audience as musical extravaganza concludes at Deshopriyo Park

In Pics: Live performances enthral audience as musical extravaganza concludes at Deshopriyo Park | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
Rock band performances enthralled residents of Garia at Deshopriyo Park on Thursday as the seven-day long musical extravaganza—Sangeet Mela—came to an end.The annual event is organised every year by the state government. Live concerts are organised at various places across the city. Popular Bangla rock bands—Aliens, Krosswindz and Lakhichara—performed live at Deshopriyo Park on Thursday. Live jamming, double drumming and folk-based fusion songs stole many a hearts.
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Book lovers visit New Delhi World Book Fair in good number

Book lovers visit New Delhi World Book Fair in good number | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it

The crowd at the New Delhi World Book Fair, being organized at Pragati Maidan, is echoing the fact that though technology has advanced and the books are being digitalized, and there are varied means of entertainment, the charm for books will never end. A large number of book lovers of all age-groups visited the book fair on Tuesday and were busy browsing books, buying their favourite ones on discounted price and participating in literary events. A large number of children along with their

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Are private nursing homes in Patna safe?

Are private nursing homes in Patna safe? | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it

Many illegal private nursing homes are operating unchecked and unregulated in Patna. The present act “The Bihar clinical establishment act, 2013” makes it mandatory for nursing homes to get registered before operating but hundreds of private nursing homes don't pay heed to the act and are running without any checks – proper registration and license - in the city.

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Three day Kabaddi competition to commence in Mirzapur village from Feb 13

Three day Kabaddi competition to commence in Mirzapur village from Feb 13 | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
A three day circle Kabaddi competition will commence in http://www.iamin.in/hisar">Hisar's Mirzapur village from Friday onwards. The competition will be played under 50 kg weight category. A local, Bajrang Insan Mirzapur, while sharing information about the competition, informed that this competition will be held in a government senior secondary school.
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CCTV surveillance system introduced at Bhubaneswar

CCTV surveillance system introduced at Bhubaneswar | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
In a bid to boost security, prevent crime and maintain law and order situation in Bhubaneswar, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Thursday inaugurated closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras at Commissioner Police Headquarters. “Such a surveillance system is one of its kinds in the state and has been successful in bringing about collaboration of the best tools of technology to aid day-to-day policing," Patnaik said while the inaugurating the system at the commission rate building. “Mai
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Water cut for three days in Kurla

Water cut for three days in Kurla | Latest News Of India | Scoop.it
Residents of Kurla (L ward) will be facing water cut starting from Tuesday, February 3, to Thursday, February 5. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has announced a 10% water cut on Tuesday and 100% on Thursday and Friday.The civic body made the announcement citing water pipeline work as the reason.
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