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Badalta Manzar (Jan 30, 2014): An independent news report on Jammu and Kashmir

In order to impart skill oriented training among the youths the state govt. has started the construction of a new polytechnic college in Baramulla district. The main aim of constructing this college is to impart trainings like civil engineering, architecture, computer operator and electric engineering among the unemployed youths of Baramulla district. Construction work of the college started in March 2013 and is likely to be completed in 2015.Snowfall in Kashmir valley although is a blessing for many but for some it brings miseries and hardships. The most sufferers by this snowfall are the people living in far-flung areas where the normal life gets shattered by the snowfall. The recent snowfall in district Ganderbal has led to the roads disconectivity, power failure and dearth of essential commodities like gas, kerosene and water supply.During the harsh winter, the residents of Barthana area have a tough time, as the electricity in this area is equal to nothing. Barthana is one of the connected areas of Qamerwari in Srinagar and maximum people are belonging to poor community that is earning their two times bread and butter with hard work. But unfortunately government neglected this area totally. People suffer a lot due to the non-availability of basic facilities especially electr Feb 1, 2014
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Kejriwal will not apologize to Gadkari: AAP

New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): Former BJP president Nitin Gadkari served a legal notice to Aam Aadmi Party convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for calling him corrupt. Gadkari has asked Kejriwal to apologize for his remark within three days. He has also threatened to sue the AAP chief if there is no apology from him within three days. Reacting over this AAP spokesperson Ashutosh said that there is no question of apologizing to Nitin Gadkari. Feb 1, 2014
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Delhi govt faces ire over hike in power tariff, diesel & milk prices

New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): After the discoms companies in Delhi hiked power tariff in the national capital accompanied by a considerable hike in the diesel prices and milk prices, the Delhi government faced ire from politicos. Former SP leader Shahid Siddiqui slammed Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for the same and said that the misgovernance by the government is responsible for the same. Meanwhile, BJP leader Sudhanshu Trivedi said that the UPA and the AAP-Congress alliance is responsible for the bad economic policy in the national capital. Feb 1, 2014
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BJP protests against hike in power tariff, milk prices and diesel prices in Delhi

New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): Reacting to the increase in power tariff, milk prices and a considerable hike in diesel prices, BJP leaders on Saturday started a protest in the national capital against the Delhi government. Earlier, Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) announced a hike in the power tariff ranging from 6-8 percent applicable from February 1 onwards. According to press statement issued by the DERC, rates of BSES Yamuna were hiked by 8 percent, of NDPL by 7 percent and of BSES Rajdhani by 6 percent. Feb 1, 2014
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Atique Ahmed terms victims in Muzaffarnagar relief camps as professional beggars, receives flak

New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): Samajwadi party has sparked off a new controversy by terming the victims in Muzaffarnagar relief camps as "professional beggars". SP leader Atique Ahmed, termed the victims in Muzaffarnagar relief camps as "professional beggars" and said that unnecessary fuss has been created over the issue. Reacting over this, political leaders condemned the comment and termed it as insensitive. Feb 1, 2014
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Students afraid to attend schools in Maoist-hit Gumla

Gumla, Feb 01 (ANI): The number students in schools across Gumla in Jharkhand, is declining. The reason: they fear being kidnapped by Maoists. In a move to strengthen their cadre base, the Maoists are allegedly picking 5-6 children from each school in rural areas of Jharkhand. They train them and use them as human shields against security forces. The teachers have failed to convince the parents to send their wards to schools. Many classes in various government schools in Gumla have been stopped, as no students are there. The Maoists don't want youngsters in rural and tribal areas to attend schools as they hope that illiteracy and poverty will push them into their arms. Feb 1, 2014
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Ready for python pizza? Florida diners get a taste

One restauranteur gets creative in an effort to bring awareness to the impact invasive pythons are having on Everglades National Park. Invented in 2011, python pizza has seen marked success in southern Florida. Duration: 01:53 Feb 1, 2014
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Arunachal student death: Students to hold protest

New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): A day after the shocking death of a 19-year-old son of an Arunachal Pradesh Congress legislator after being beaten up mercilessly in an alleged racial attack at a busy marketplace in NewDelhi, a delegation headed by Rajya Sabha MP Mukut Mithi will on Saturday meet Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and discuss the incident. Angry students from the northeast have also threatened to hold a protest march. The boy, Nido Taniam, had reportedly gone to Lajpat Nagar on January 29 in search of an address, and was allegedly mocked by someone at a shop for his hair. Students from northeastern states condemned the racial attack. Congress leader Ninong Ering, who represents the Arunachal East constituency in Arunachal Pradesh also condemned the incident and said it sends a wrong message to the people of northeast. Feb 1, 2014
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Arunachal student death: Kejriwal condemns attack

New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, condemned the alleged racial attack leading to the death of a student from Arunachal Pradesh. The boy, Nido Taniam had reportedly gone to Lajpat Nagar on January 29 in search of an address, and someone at a shop allegedly made fun of his hair. Arunachal Pradesh Chief Resident Commissioner ,Avinash Mishra, said that the boy, in a fit of rage, broke a glass in the shop, after which a scuffle broke. Mishra further said that when the boy did not wake up the next morning, his friends rushed him to AIIMS, where he was declared dead. Feb 1, 2014
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India and Pakistan set to resume cross border trade

Poonch, Feb 01 (ANI): India and Pakistan are set to resume cross border trade that had recently been snapped after Indian authorities seized a truck carrying contraband in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK)The Cross-LOC (line of control) bus service, which was closed along with the trade route, is also slated to resume. Custodian of the Cross-Loc Travel and Trade affairs in Poonch, Bashir Ahmed Lone, expressed his happiness at the decision. Feb 1, 2014
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Civil servants to have two-year fixed tenure in a post

New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): The government has amended the rules to ensure that civil servants spend a minimum of two years at each posting. According to new rules aimed at checking political interference, any premature transfers or new appointments will only be done by a civil services board. The new rule governs Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and Indian Forest Service (IFS). The government has also set up a development board for nomadic tribes. Feb 1, 2014
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Football tournament held in Tripura to promote national integration

Tripura, Feb 01 (ANI): Thousands thronged the Vivekananda Maidan stadium in to witness the 59th National School Football championship. The event was formally inaugurated by Tripura's chief minister Manik Sarkar. All together 30 teams participated in the tournament.It was organized by the School Games Federation of India in collaboration with the Tripura government. During the event, students from different schools presented spectacular cultural programmes. The tournament provided an opportunity to players from different states to share a common platform and strengthen the bonds of National Integration. The championship commenced with the inaugural match between Punjab and Madhya Pradesh. Punjab defeated Madhya Pradesh 1-0. Selected players from the championship will represent India at the forthcoming Asia championship to be held in China. Feb 1, 2014