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Medical colleges to get 5,000 more postgraduate seats, says government The Lok Sabha was today informed that as many as 5,000 additional post- graduate (PG) seats have been created in medical institutions in the country and the budget allocation for the health sector in the coming fiscal has been increased by 28 per cent. Health Minister J P Nadda said that various steps have been taken by the government to improve the health sector in the country.
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Punjab: Firing in Gurdaspur jail as inmates clash, city on alert Large-scale violence was reported in Punjab's Gurdaspur jail as the police resorted to firing in the air to bring the situation under control. As per reports, the clashes started as four undertrials attacked two jail wardens with plastic pipes, which they had removed from walls. The prison-mates reportedly ransacked several barracks in the jail and caused loss to government properties.
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Anushka Sharma’s ‘Phillauri’ hits the theatres Anushka Sharma's Phillauri "hovers...from one useless scene to another which are neither funny nor interesting," wrote India Today. "Phillauri is an unconventional Bollywood entertainer...watchable all the way," said NDTV. Hindustan Times wrote, "Despite a fresh idea, it is a loosely-written film that fails to engross the audience." It was rated 3/5 (NDTV), 2.5/5 (HT) 1.5/5 (India Today).
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Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukhdev were hanged on this day The trio sacrificed their lives for the independence of India but their inspiring actions continued to stir the desire for freedom until the freedom was achieved in 1947. The day is celebrated as Shaheed Diwas.
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Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif in first look from Tiger Zinda Hai Bollywood star Salman Khan, who is currently shooting Ali Abbas Zafar’s Tiger Zinda Hai with Katrina Kaif in Austria, has shared the first look of the film.
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UP CM Yogi Adityanath bans gutkha, paan masala in all government offices Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today banned gutkha, paan masala from all state government offices. On third day of his new job, the Uttar Pradesh chief minister visited the old CM's office in Lucknow and was furious to see paan stains all over the government office.
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Vehicles at Magnetic Hill in Ladakh move on their own Vehicles appear to move on their own at the Magnetic Hill, located around 30 kilometres from Leh in Ladakh. The anti-gravity phenomenon observed on the hill is often attributed to the magnetic properties of the hill. However, another theory states that the phenomenon is an optical illusion, in which a slight downhill slope appears to be an uphill slope.
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Sunil Grover to Kapil Sharma: Don’t act like a God Some hours after Kapil Sharma apologised to his co-star Sunil Grover over the infamous mid-air scuffle, the latter came up with a befitting response and that too, "with love."Sunil took to Twitter to send out a note, pouring his heart out over the whole brouhaha and captioned it, "From a friend, with love."
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Kapil Sharma physically assaulted co-star Sunil Grover on a plane? Hours after comedian/actor Kapil Sharma set the internet ablaze by introducing his girlfriend Ginni, and then saying that he would marry her within a year, it seems like he isn’t done just yet. Reports are doing the rounds online that Sharma physically assaulted fellow comedian, and cast mate of The Kapil Sharma Show, Sunil Grover, on a flight.
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Yogi Adityanath as UP chief minister: How BJP has played the biggest gamble picking the Hindutva leader The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has played the biggest gamble by picking Yogi Adityanath as chief minister of the most populous state. For the fire brand Hindutva leader like Yogi, politics is a means to further the mission of serving for a cause.
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