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Centre bans the sale of cattle for slaughter at markets across the country The new rules require cattle traders to give an undertaking that the animals are only being sold for agricultural purposes.In new rules notified by the Environment Ministry on Tuesday, the Centre banned the sale of all kinds of cattle for slaughter at animal markets across the country.
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Army foils attack by Pakistan’s Border Action Team, two militants killed Indian Army foiled an attack by Pakistan’s Border Action Team (BAT) at Uri Sector in Jammu and Kashmir, according to TV reports. It has been learned that 2 Pakistan army men were killed in the process.
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UK police arrest another man in Manchester concert bombing probe May 26 British police have made another arrest in connection with the deadly suicide bombing at a pop concert in manchester this week as investigators focus on intercepting the wider terror network the suicide bomber was reportedly.
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Best places to watch Sachin: A Billion Dreams 'Sachin: A Billion Dreams' which released today, "[is] a love letter to cricket's sultan of swing", wrote The Guardian. "[It] tells the story with an unnatural amount of reverence", "You'll smile, sob and love this...film is an inadequate word.
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KPS Gill, the super cop who crushed militancy in Punjab, dies at 82 Super cop KPS Gill, often credited with rooting out militancy in Punjab, died in a hospital in New Delhi on Friday. Gill breathed his last at 2:55pm at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.He was 82.
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Scientists Say Europe Is The Birthplace Of Mankind, Not Africa The history of human evolution has been rewritten after scientists discovered that Europe was the birthplace of mankind, not Africa most experts believe that our human lineage split from apes around seven million years ago in central Africa,
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CBSE Class 12 Board results 2017 will be declared after Friday Uncertainty prevails over the announcement of class 12 CBSE results as the board is likely to challenge a Delhi high court order allowing continuation of its moderation policy on extra marks which was scrapped last month.
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PM Narendra Modi inaugurates India’s longest bridge Dhola-Sadiya in Assam Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated 9.15-km India’s longest Dhola-Sadiya bridge on the Brahmaputra at Sadiya. Apart from this, PM Modi will also inaugurate a slew of projects in the state.
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Three Pakistanis held in Bengaluru with fake IDs and Passports The interrogation of the Pakistan high commission staffer and his three Indian associates, who were nabbed for spying on Wednesday, has exposed the methodical manner in which the neighbouring country's intelligence agency, ISI, created and sustained its information network in India.
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Salman Khan’s Tubelight movie trailer: Where to watch it online and on TV Finally, the wait is going to be over as Salman Khan's Tubelight trailer is set to be released at 8.59 pm on Thursday, May 25.After the teaser received good response, fans have been eagerly waiting for the movie trailer.
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