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CAA protests: US, UK France, Canada issue 'travel advisory', ask citizens to 'exercise caution'
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CAA protests: US, UK France, Canada issue 'travel advisory', ask citizens to 'exercise caution'

Amid protests in northeastern states of India against the amended Citizenship Act, many countries including US, UK, France and Canada have issued travel advisories for their citizens asking them to "exercise caution" while travelling to the region.

US travel advisory for North East, urges citizens to 'exercise caution'
International

US travel advisory for North East, urges citizens to 'exercise caution'

The United States has issued a travel advisory for its citizens to "exercise caution" while travelling to the states in North East India and the US government has temporarily suspended "official travel" to Assam, amid reports of protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act.

Out of 13,77,595 operational Anganwadi centres in country, 3,77,712 running in rented premises: Smriti Ir
National

Out of 13,77,595 operational Anganwadi centres in country, 3,77,712 running in rented premises: Smriti Ir

Union Minister Smriti Ir on Friday informed the Lok Sabha that out of 13,77,595 operational Anganwadi Centres (AWCs) across the country, a total of 3,77,712 AWCs are running in rented premises.

Anti-CAA protesters torch railway stations, block roads in Bengal (2nd LEAD)
National

Anti-CAA protesters torch railway stations, block roads in Bengal (2nd LEAD)

Violence broke out in West Bengal on Friday against the Citizenship Amendment Act as also a possible NRC exercise as protesters vandalised and set fire to railway stations, and squatted on the tracks and highways, disrupting train services and vehicular movement.

RBI central board discusses policy structure for coop banks, NBFCs
Business

RBI central board discusses policy structure for coop banks, NBFCs

The RBI central board on Friday discussed policy framework for cooperative banks, NBFCs, current economic situation and domestic and global challenges.

IBL: Bengaluru secure surprise win against Punjab
Other Sports

IBL: Bengaluru secure surprise win against Punjab

Bengaluru Brawlers, trailing at the bottom of the table, sprang the biggest of surprises in the Big Bout Indian Boxing League (IBL) with a 4-3 victory over the fancied Punjab Panthers at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium here on Friday.

Lok Sabha adjourned sine die, prorogued; Rajnath, Ir attack Rahul over 'rape in India' remark
National

Lok Sabha adjourned sine die, prorogued; Rajnath, Ir attack Rahul over 'rape in India' remark

The Lok Sabha was adjourned sine die on Friday amid uproar after vociferous demands by BJP members for an apology from Congress leader Rahul Gandhi over his remarks that 'Make in India' programme had turned into "Rape in India".

I feel humbled: to be published in India: American yoga exponent Eddie Stern
National

I feel humbled: to be published in India: American yoga exponent Eddie Stern

Eddie Stern who has been teaching yoga in New York for the last quarter of a century, after being trained by an eminent guru in India, says he is humbled by the publication of his book on the discipline in this country.

Peripheral expressways helped reduce pollution in Delhi; grateful to Centre: Kejriwal
National

Peripheral expressways helped reduce pollution in Delhi; grateful to Centre: Kejriwal

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said he was "grateful" to the Centre for peripheral expressways that helped in bringing down pollution levels in Delhi.

Indore: Reward of Rs 1 lakh announced on absconding Jitu Soni
National

Indore: Reward of Rs 1 lakh announced on absconding Jitu Soni

A prize money of Rs 1 Lakh was on Friday announced on the information of absconding accused Jitu Soni against whom a case under IT Act was filed by an employee of the Municipal Corporation of Indore for publishing news and videos related with honey trap incident, police said.

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