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DTH subscriber base expands by 2.8 lakh over March quarter
DTH subscriber base expands by 2.8 lakh over March quarter

During January-June, TV viewership rose 9% on a year

Maharashtra education department relaxes age cut-off date for nursery, Class 1 admissions
Maharashtra education department relaxes age cut-off date for nursery, Class 1 admissions

As per the GR, a child has to complete 3 years by December 31 to be eligible for pre-primary/nursery admissions. Similarly, the child should have completed 6 years by the same date for admission to Class 1. The rule will be implemented from the academic year 2021-22. The earlier cutoff date for both...

India allows export of onions lying in transit to all countries including Bangladesh

Following a meeting on Friday between officials of the commerce and external affairs ministries, the DGFT gave the go ahead for export of eligible consignments of onions “with the approval of competent authority”.

Woman held for dropping month-old daughter into water tank. She wanted a son

The woman was produced before the district court from where she was sent to jail under judicial remand.

Bengal allows tourism in its national parks, sanctuaries; no elephant safari for now

The decision to allow tourists was taken in a meeting held by the state forest minister Rajib Banerjee earlier this week.

Road accidents in India down by 35% this year

On an average, nearly 2,48,000 road accidents were reported between January and June each year between 2014 and 2019.

India's first general aviation terminal for private jets inaugurated

The new terminal, which had been ready for use since July this year and was awaiting a final security nod from the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), will start operations from Sunday afternoon, officials familiar with the matter said.

Harsimrat Kaur Badal quits Cabinet over farm bills

SAD had been asking the Centre not to go ahead with the three agriculture-related bills for approval of Parliament “until all reservations expressed by farmers’ organisations, farmers and farm labourers” are addressed.

Railways to levy user fee as part of train fares soon

The user fee to be levied by the national transporter for the first time is in line with the user development fee (UDF) paid by air passengers. UDF is charged at various airports and the rate varies from city to city. Railways plans to levy the user fee across nearly 700-1000 railway stations.

Farm bills: Farmers' body announces three-day 'rail roko' agitation in Punjab from September 24

Farmers in both Punjab and Haryana have been protesting against the bills for weeks now, arguing that these legislations would lead to the dismantling of the minimum support price (MSP) system.

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