Film exhibitors hail SC order on nat'l anthem – Times of India


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Film exhibitors hail SC order on nat’l anthem
Times of India
Panaji: While Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered that national anthem be played at all theatres before screening of films, the same has been in practice in Goa for around a decade. Pravin Zantye, managing partner at Hera Film Exhibitor, has welcomed …
What Supreme Court said on National Anthem, respect and tolerance, 30 yrs agoThe Indian Express
Reeling out patriotismThe Hindu
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Anticipating rush for pay day, bank employees ask for police security – The Indian Express


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Anticipating rush for pay day, bank employees ask for police security
The Indian Express
Bank unions have warned that the next one week to ten days are going to be “much more tense and non-availability of enough cash may lead to serious issues of law and order”. By: ENS Economic Bureau | Mumbai | Updated: December 1, 2016 4:56 am.
RBI hikes cash supply 4 times, banks still cash-starvedTimes of India
On first payday after demonetisation, banks run out of cash within hours and ATMs dry upEconomic Times
Demonetisation litmus test: How are banks gearing for pay day on December 1?India Today
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Gujarat sees hope in AIDS survivors – Times of India


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Gujarat sees hope in AIDS survivors
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Ahmedabad: She is a battle-hardened mother who exemplifies life amid all hurdles. In March 2000, soon after having tested HIV positive, she gave birth to a son who also was diagnosed with the same disease. In 2005 she lost her husband to AIDS but that …
Over Two Lakh People Died In China This Year Due To HIV/AIDSNDTV
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Baby racket: 2 city doctors held – Times of India


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Baby racket: 2 city doctors held
Times of India
KOLKATA: Two doctors were arrested in the late hours of Tuesday in connection with the baby trafficking case that has rocked the city in the past 10 days. DIG Bharat Lal Meena said Salt Lake-based Dilip Ghosh and Behala Parnasree-based Nityananda …
Infant trafficking case: Two more doctors held in KolkataThe Indian Express
Child trafficking case: BJP man among 2 held for ‘active role’, 3 babies rescuedThe Asian Age
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Tamil Nadu tops in organ donations this year too – The Hindu


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Tamil Nadu tops in organ donations this year too
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Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare J. P. Nadda; Ministers of State Faggan Singh Kulaste and Anupriya Patel; State Health Minister C. Vijaya Baskar; and actor Randeep Hooda inaugurating the 7th Indian Organ Donation Day in New Delhi on …
Centre’s pat for organ donation initiative in MaharashtraTimes of India
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