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THE TIMES OF INDIA
Monday, November 30, 2020
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Tied up in a knotty law, some interfaith couples opt to convert

Two shot within 24 hours of Nitish's security review

Not impacted by new laws, Maharashtra farmers stare at losses

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Researchers find genetic variations linked to Covid-19 severity

Post-Covid lung-fibrosis tsunami looms: Paper

Study says, 'Rapid testing can eliminate spread of Covid-19 within weeks'

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Samsung Galaxy M02 smartphone expected to launch in India soon
The support page listing shows just the model number of the smartphone and it did not mention any other specs of the device. Some of the online reports also suggest that Samsung Galaxy M02 is the rebranded version of the recently launched Galaxy A02 smartphone.

Reliance Jio-exclusive 4G smartphone to launch 'soon': 7 things to know

New Nokia and Garmin gadgets; PUBG comeback; Android SMS app removed and other top tech news of the week

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Air India plans to operate non-stop flights on Chennai-London route
Air India is currently operating non-stop flights to London from Delhi (seven flights a week), Mumbai (four flights a week), Kochi (three flights a week), Ahmedabad (two flights a week), Bengaluru (two flights a week), Goa (two flights a week), Kolkata (one flight a week) and Amritsar (one flight a week), an airline spokesperson told PTI.

RBI likely to maintain status quo on inflation concerns
The six-member Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) headed by RBI Governor is scheduled to meet for two days starting December 2. The resolution of the sixth bi-monthly MPC meeting would be announced on December 4.

I-T dept raids in SEZ case unearths over Rs 450 cr

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2nd ODI: Smith shines again, Australia crush India for unassailable series lead
Australia buried India under an avalanche of runs for a 51-run drubbing in the second ODI and an unassailable 2-0 series lead after the majestic Steve Smith produced another master-class in the form of a 64-ball 104 on Sunday. Batting first, Australia posted an imposing 389 for four against a sluggish India. India were stopped at 338 for nine.

Were completely outplayed: Kohli blames it on ineffective bowling
India skipper Virat Kohli had no qualms conceding that the visitors were outplayed by a confident and ruthless Australia in the series-deciding second ODI on Sunday. "I think with the ball, we were not that effective, we didn't hit the areas that we wanted to consistently and they have a strong batting line-up," Kohli said.

EPL: Cavani inspires Man United comeback win at Southampton
Substitute Edinson Cavani produced a second-half masterclass, scoring twice and creating another goal as Manchester United hit back from a two-goal deficit to beat Southampton 3-2 in a Premier League cracker on Sunday.

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KITE CEO appointed NCERT advisory board member

Osmania University warns colleges on affiliation fees, common services fees

Help students overcome fear of maths, science: Guv to teachers

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Cher to visit Pakistan to help 'world's loneliest elephant'

Global warming likely to raise disease risk for animals

UN: Covid-19 lockdowns slashed pollutants, not CO2 levels

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US Covid cases top 4 million in November, doubling the record set in October

Republicans turn to Biden transition as Trump's legal options dwindle

Pakistan PM Imran Khan visits ISI headquarters

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Cher to visit Pakistan to help 'world's loneliest elephant'

Global warming likely to raise disease risk for animals

UN: Covid-19 lockdowns slashed pollutants, not CO2 levels

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BJP only knows 'jumla' and 'hamla': KTR on last day of GHMC campaign
Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) working president KT Rama Rao on Sunday hit out at the Bharatiya Janata Party on the last day of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) election campaign saying that the BJP only knew two things: 'jumla' (fake promises) and 'hamla' (attack).

Telangana: Tiger kills girl, 2nd incident in Asifabad
A 15-year-old girl was killed by a tiger in Kondapalli in Kumaram Bheem Asifabad district on Sunday afternoon just three days after a big cat was sighted near Peddavagu in Penchikalpet mandal in the district. This is the second tiger kill in the Kagaznagar forest division in 18 days in the same district, but officials said it was a different tiger.

School dropouts battle it out to represent IT hub in GHMC
Home to some of India’s top IT companies and best brains of India, the IT corridor of Hyderabad will, however, see candidates who barely managed to get a school certificate slug it out in the December 1 civic polls.

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Record 1,026 cases surface in Himachal, 12 die

Schools' closure extended till Dec 10: Vij

Faridabad Covid-19 count crosses 40,000 with highest death toll of day

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AMC estate sub-inspector succumbs to Covid

Tea stall owner booked for breach of Covid safety

8,500 commerce seats to lie empty this year

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As low pressure system intensifies, Chennai braces for more rain this week
After a lull, the southern suburbs should get ready for heavy rain this week as the low pressure system in the Bay of Bengal has developed and will turn into a depression in 36 hours. It will intensify further and edge closer to the Tamil Nadu coast by Wednesday. It is expected to trigger heavy rain of more than 10cm in the southern suburbs of the city and also in the southern districts of the state.

Drought-prone Chennai now water-sufficient?
Two years ago, amid one of Chennai’s worst water crises, a Union ministry of water resources warning that the city would become water starved triggered panic among residents.

Tamil Nadu: Rajinikanth meets followers today, will hear their 'voice' on party rollout
Actor Rajinikanth has kept alive the suspense over his political entry, convening a meeting of Rajini Makkal Mandram (RMM) office bearers on Monday.

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The women making waves
Tanvi Jagadish learned how to swim at the age of 12 and was drawn to surfing and standup paddleboarding, or SUP. Four years later, she had a top three finish in a race at the West Marine Carolina Cup, US, described as one of the world’s largest gatherings of paddleboarders.

Bengaluru: Five miscreants fight with welder at midnight, stab him to death
A gang of miscreants allegedly stabbed to death a welder at Gangondanahalli near Chandra Layout past Saturday midnight.Abdul Sahil, 22, was talking to his friend at 1am when five miscreants passing by stopped and picked up an argument with him.

'112' centre to work with outsourced staff in Bengaluru
A year after the government launched a common emergency number ‘112’, the police department has decided to hire manpower from private firms to operate the helpline’s command centre or Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) in Bengaluru.

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Mumbai lawyers urge CJ to put physical hearings on hold, root for e-courts
The Bombay Bar Association (BBA) and several senior lawyers on Sunday requested Bombay high court chief justice Dipankar Datta to rethink a move to bring back physical hearings in place of the video-conferences that have become the norm since the lockdown began.

Mumbai: Couple held for 'illegal stay' in India given bail by judge
After spending 28 days in jail, a Bandra couple who were arrested on charges of illegally staying in the country have been granted bail by a sessions court.

Mumbai airport readies team to handle vaccine cargo
While United Airlines began operating flights over the last weekend to gear up for shipments of Pfizer’s Covid vaccine for distribution in India, preparations like having a dedicated Covid task force to handle the cargo is on at Mumbai airport, India’s largest gateway for pharmaceutical exports and imports.

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Our way or the highway: Farmers say they're ready to camp through winter
The third day of the blockade at Delhi's five major borders saw more tractor-trolleys pouring into the capital from Singhu border, extending the already long line of vehicles on Delhi-Chandigarh highway for several kilometres.

Talk to farmers without riders, says Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal
CM Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday urged the Centre to hold talks "immediately and unconditionally" with the protesting farmers at Delhi-Haryana borders at Singhu and Tikri.

Delhi: Doctors save 16-year-old with 2cm-long metal lodged in his spine
Doctors at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital managed to save the life of a 16-year-old boy from Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, who had a 2cm-long piece of metal lodged into his spine.

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Our way or the highway: Farmers say they're ready to camp through winter
The third day of the blockade at Delhi's five major borders saw more tractor-trolleys pouring into the capital from Singhu border, extending the already long line of vehicles on Delhi-Chandigarh highway for several kilometres.

Talk to farmers without riders, says Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal
CM Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday urged the Centre to hold talks "immediately and unconditionally" with the protesting farmers at Delhi-Haryana borders at Singhu and Tikri.

Delhi: Doctors save 16-year-old with 2cm-long metal lodged in his spine
Doctors at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital managed to save the life of a 16-year-old boy from Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, who had a 2cm-long piece of metal lodged into his spine.

More Delhi News»

Our way or the highway: Farmers say they're ready to camp through winter
The third day of the blockade at Delhi's five major borders saw more tractor-trolleys pouring into the capital from Singhu border, extending the already long line of vehicles on Delhi-Chandigarh highway for several kilometres.

Talk to farmers without riders, says Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal
CM Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday urged the Centre to hold talks "immediately and unconditionally" with the protesting farmers at Delhi-Haryana borders at Singhu and Tikri.

Delhi: Doctors save 16-year-old with 2cm-long metal lodged in his spine
Doctors at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital managed to save the life of a 16-year-old boy from Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, who had a 2cm-long piece of metal lodged into his spine.

More Delhi News»

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