Zohra Orchestra is the first all-female group launched in Afghanistan
Following years of civil unrest, the Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM) was opened in 2010 to offer kids of all social backgrounds an opportunity to learn music. Today, the Zohra Orchestra at the ANIM is the first all-female group of its kind to launch in Afghanistan.
To America, A Message From A Beggar
Walking across the Michigan Avenue, I came to a screeching halt. Reclining against a road-side planter, a beggar sat motionless, firmly clasping a shanky sign-board that read: "MAKE AMERICA KIND AGAIN.”
Maharashtra CM announces Rs 34,000-crore debt relief to farmers

Mumbai : The Maharashtra government has announced a farm loan waiver amounting to Rs 34,000 crore. Called the Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Krishi Samman Yojana, loans up to Rs 1.5 lakh rupees of individual farmers that were taken before July 2016 will be waived, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced at a press conference here today.

J&K: Police forms SIT to probe DSP’s lynching, three arrested
A day after the gruesome lynching to death of a police officer drew outrage across the valley, police today formed a Special Investigating Team (SIT) to probe the barbaric incident even as three more persons have been arrested by police.
Fastway TV Cable Network in Rs 684 crore tax evasion, notice slapped
The Congress government on Friday ordered a Rs 684-crore tax evasion notice to be slapped on the Fastway Cable, billed as Punjab's biggest TV transmission multi-system operator (MSO), while accusing the firm of concealing the number of its connections, illegally digging up roads and poles to lay Fiber cable network since 2007 during the SAD rule.
Woman constable services terminated for falling in love with a wanted criminal
LOVE knows no bounds. This age-old adage was amply evident in a bizarre love story in Bihar where a woman constable was smitten by the charm of a most wanted criminal Mithu Shah. The constable, who married the criminal, has been sacked from police service for bringing disrepute to her profession.
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Vigilance books six engineers of Irrigation department and contractor -B.K. Uppal

Chandigarh : Continuing its aggressive campaign against corrupt officials, the State Vigilance Bureau today booked six engineers of irrigation department and a contractor for causing huge loss to the state exchequer amounting to Rs. 5.47 crore during de-silting works of Harike Headworks barrage at its guide bandh (embankment).

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Haryana govt to procure 75% of sunflower from farmers
Kurukshetra : Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced on Saturday that the state government would procure 75 per cent of sunflower produce. Announcing the policy change at a function in Shahabad, Khattar accused the Congress of spreading false propaganda on issues affecting farmers.
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