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India vs Australia: ‘They forced India to think defensive for first time,’ Ajay Jadeja lauds Aussies’ ‘change of approach’ – cricket

It was a hard day in Sydney for the Indian bowlers on Day 1 of the 3rd Test against Australia. Facing off against an Aussie side that had David Warner and Will Pucovski opening the innings, the India fast bowlers started off well, getting rid of the experienced Warner early on. But Pucovski and Marnus Labushcagne led the counter-attack and ...

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Farmers’ protest LIVE Updates: Farmers forced to welcome New Year out on roads, says Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot – live update

During the sixth round of talks on Wednesday, the Centre agreed to spare heavy fines for stubble burning and continue the current mechanism of providing subsidised power for agricultural use. However, the two sides remained deadlock on the removal of the three controversial farm reforms and legal guarantee for the Minimum Support Price (MSP) policy. live-update Updated: Dec 31, 2020, 06:26 ...

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Customs officer accused of molesting Uzbek nationals forced to retire – india news

The government has compulsorily retired a customs superintendent posted at New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport for allegedly molesting two woman passengers from Ukbekistan, a finance ministry official said. “The superintendent was first suspended for his alleged misconduct and later on December 21 he was served the notice of compulsory retirement under the Fundamental Rule (FR) 56(j),” the official said, ...

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‘India forced us into mistakes’: Tim Paine admits Australia played ‘poor cricket’ in Melbourne Test – cricket

It was an amazing turnaround by Team India in the ongoing four-match Test series. After being humbled by Australia in Adelaide, India bounced back to winning ways at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Team India led by Ajinkya Rahane dominated the proceedings for the majority of the second Test and came away with a 8-wicket victory to level the series 1-1. ...

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UP Police file first FIR under ordinance against forced religious conversions – india news

Hours after Uttar Pradesh governor Anandiben Patel approved an ordinance promulgated by the state against forced and dishonest conversions, the police registered the first case under it against a Muslim man in Bareilly district on Saturday night, senior officials said. Avinash Chandra, additional director general (ADG), Bareilly zone, confirmed that the first information report, or FIR, was registered at Devraniya ...

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How US forced Hong Kong chief executive to keep ‘piles of cash’ at home – world news

Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam revealed that she has no bank account and is forced to keep “piles of cash” at home after sanctions imposed by the United States. In a television interview broadcast on Friday night, Lam said that the government is paying her salary in cash because she doesn’t have a bank account. “Sitting in front of ...

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‘Major issue which forced me to take the decision’: Here’s why Mohammad Amir retired from Test cricket – cricket

Senior Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir has vowed to bounce back from the disappointment of being overlooked for the upcoming tour of New Zealand. Pakistan play three T20s and two Tests in New Zealand starting December 18. “It was disappointing as I was expecting to be part of the squad (for New Zealand tour). It was the selector’s decision but this ...

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5-year imprisonment, non-bailable offence: Madhya Pradesh to bring law against forced inter-faith marriages – india news

Madhya Pradesh home minister Narottam Mishra on Tuesday said the state government was making preparations to introduce a law against forced inter-faith marriages in the next Assembly session. The legislation, Mishra said, will be called the ‘Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion Bill, 2020’. If passed, it will perhaps be the first such law in the country. “Making preparations to introduce ...

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Hit by pandemic, India’s circuses forced to walk financial tightrope – india news

The Great Bombay Circus, one of India’s biggest and oldest, had planned mega celebrations in October to mark its centenary this year. With no shows in the past seven months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it finds itself walking a tightrope for survival instead. “We are trying hard to save the circus; in fact, not just us, the pandemic has ...

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Pak fails to prevent forced conversions of religious minorities: Parliamentary committee – world news

A parliamentary committee in Pakistan has said that the country has not fulfilled its responsibility to protect religious minorities from forced conversions, according to a media report on Tuesday. The parliamentary committee on forced religious conversions headed by Senator Anwarul Haq Kakar recently visited parts of Sindh where forced conversions of young Hindu girls have been reported. During a media ...

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