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Militants kill two cops in two separate attacks


Militants kill two cops in two separate attacks

Two policemen were shot dead by militants on Sunday in two separate attacks, including one at a police post near the revered Chrar-e-Shareef shrine and another outside the residence of a Hurriyat leader, in the Kashmir Valley today, officials said.

Militants fired upon a police post near the shrine of Sufi saint Sheikh Noor-ud-Din Noorani in the Chrar-e-Shareef area in Budgam district this afternoon, an official said.

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CM O Panneerselvam mocks Kamal Haasan, Rajinikanth over political plunge


CM O Panneerselvam mocks Kamal Haasan, Rajinikanth over political plunge

Tamil Nadu deputy chief minister O Panneerselvam on Saturday indirectly attacked actors Kamal Hassan and Rajinikanth for their entry into politics.

He said new parties which are rising on the horizon are like colourful balloons which would burst very soon and people behind such parties have camouflaged themselves with good makeup and are pretending to be honest people.

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The government also decided to agree in total the demands made by all parties


Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami

The ruling AIADMK on Thursday convened an all party meeting to discuss the next steps on the Cauvery water dispute following the Supreme Court’s latest verdict on the issue. Headed by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, three resolutions were passed in the meeting.

It was decided to urge the Centre to constitute Cauvery Management Board and Cauvery Water Regulatory Authority within six months from February 16, 2018, when the SC delivered the verdict.

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Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said Canada supports a strong and United India


,Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland

 

Recently ,Amid criticism faced by her Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for his pro-Khalistan approach, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland on Thursday said that Canada "supports a strong and united India". She said that Canada is "very, very proud" of its's diverse society, which includes the Sikh community. File photo of Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland Freeland said Canada is "mindful" of the menace of terrorism and the "scars and deaths" that India has endured, which she described as "mind-boggling".

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DMK urges Tamil Nadu CM to take all-party delegation to Modi to set up Cauvery issue


DMK urges Tamil Nadu CM to take all-party delegation to Modi to set up Cauvery issue

 

DMK working president M K Stalin on Thursday urged Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami to take an all-party delegation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to exert pressure on the Centre to set up a Cauvery management board in six weeks, as mandated by the Supreme Court in the Cauvery verdict last week. The board will ensure release of 177.25tmcft water from Karnataka reservoirs.
Speaking at an all-party meet in secretariat convened by Palaniswami, Stalin cautioned the government to act with “utmost care” in the Cauvery issue.

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Kamal Hassan explaining his political logo


Makkal Needhi Maiam party

Current affair ,As the media waited with bated breath to witness the launch of politician Kamal Haasan’s political party, he finally unfurled the party flag in red, white and black hues.

The flag, which now serves as the logo and symbol of Kamal's newly launched Makkal Needhi Maiam party, depicts six hands holding onto one other. Three of the hands are in red and the other three in white. At the centre of the flag is a six pointed star in black, forming a white core.

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Kamal Haasan party will be called 'Makkal Needhi Maiam'


Kamal Haasan

Actor Kamal Haasan has formally launched his political party in Madurai on Wednesday evening. The party will be called 'Makkal Needhi Maiam', which means 'People's Justice Centre'. He also unfurled the flag of the new party, which featured six hands holding each other, around a white star on a field of black.

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Canada and India  strengthened their relations to promote innovation and entrepreneurship


 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

 

On Monday ,As Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited India, both countries have strengthened their relations to promote innovation and entrepreneurship through a slew of MoU and partnerships inked between both countries.

On Monday, an Indo-Canada Innovation Bridge was formed. This was through an MoU signed between Canada-based public-private innovation hub Communitech and Hyderabad-based startup incubator T-Hub with intent to partner in support of global commercialization of each other’s technology companies.

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Government will increasing farmers' income :Prime Minister Narendra Modi


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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that his government will seriously look into suggestions made for increasing farmers' income and the Niti Aayog will chalk out an actionable plan.

Hard selling pro-farmer initiatives announced in Union Budget 2018, he said also said that agriculture credit and easy access to markets will help boost farm income.

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K Balakrishnan elected as CPM’s Tamil Nadu state secretary


Former legislator K Balakrishnan, CPM’s Tamil Nadu state secretary K Balakrishnan, K Balakrishnan,

Former legislator K Balakrishnan was elected as CPM’s Tamil Nadu state secretary on the final day of the party’s 22nd state conference in Tuticorin on Tuesday. He succeeds G Ramakrishnan, who has held the position for three terms from February 2010.

According to a release from the party, election was held for 79 state council member positions.

Balakrishnan was unanimously elected for the position of the state secretary. He enrolled in the party in the year 1970 during his student days in Annamalai University, Chidambaram.

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