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-Kanpur Circle Officer suspended for showing affection towards Jyoti murder accused

Kanpur, Aug 1 (ANI): Kanpur Inspector General (IG) Ashutosh Pandey suspended, Circle Officer (CO) Rakesh Kumar Nayak for kissing main accused in Jyoti murder case, Piyush on his forehead here on Friday.

The police had kept Jyoti's husband Piyush on a day long remand in their custody.

He was arrested on July 30 for being involved in his wife's murder along with his girlfriend's driver Avdhesh who was also arrested on the same day.

The Police had recovered Jyoti's

-NHRC issue notice to Tamil Nadu govt. on death of 11 people in Thiruvallur wall collapse

New Delhi, Aug 1 (ANI): The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has taken cognizance of a complaint that a building's wall collapsed on July 5 at Upparapalayam Village, near Red Hills Lake in Thiruvallur district in Tamil Nadu in which about 11 construction workers from Andhra Pradesh died and few others were grievously injured.

Many godowns were constructed without the approval of Local Planning Authority in Red hills area which is a wetland protected under the Wetland Conservation

-President inaugurates new building of engineering institute in Malda

Malda (West Bengal), Aug 1 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee today inaugurated the new building of Ghani Khan Choudhury Institute of Engineering and Technology (GKCIET) in West Bengal's Malda district.

Mukherjee stressed on the necessity of employment generation and skill development.

Describing Ghani Khan Choudhury as his personal friend and paying rich tributes to him for his untiring developmental work for the people of Malda, North Bengal, West Bengal and adjoining areas,

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-CII's launches Village Buddha Project to build strong relation between business and society

New Delhi, Aug. 1 (ANI): The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on Friday launched the Village Buddha Project to build strong relation between business and society.

India has the feasibility to achieve 12-14% average manufacturing growth over the next 10 years backed by the talent that has the potential to drive innovation and take critical decision at the micro and enterprise level, said Ajay Shankar, Member Secretary, National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council, Government of

-Handloom sector provides employment to many women in Manipur

Imphal, Aug 1 (ANI): Women in Imphal are earning handsomely by engaging in traditional embroidery work. The credit for this goes to Ranjana Devi, who has been providing training to women in order to make them self-reliant.

These women come together every day to learn traditional hand embroidery under the guidance of Ranjana Devi, who runs the popular Ranjana Emporium.

At present, 20 women are undergoing training at the work shed at Wangkhei Thambalkhong and produce bed sheets,

-TMC reaffirms opposition to hike in FDI cap in insurance

New Delhi, August 1 (ANI): Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Derek O'Brien reiterated here today that his party will strongly oppose the move to hike the FDI cap in insurance sector from 26 to 49 percent.

O'Brien told ANI, On FDI in insurance, the TMC has been the most consistent party. We did not even want 26 percent, and now 26 to 49, there is no chance. This new bill which the government is trying to push through, we are strongly opposed to it.

The Bharatiya Janata Party will

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