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Lok Sabha adjourned for an hour after offering tributes to Pranab Mukherjee, others

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Lok Sabha MPs paid tribute to former President Pranab Mukherjee, legendary Indian classical vocalist Pandit Jasraj, ex-Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Ajit Jogi, Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon, Uttar Pradesh Ministers Kamal Rani and Chetan Chauhan and ex-Union Minister Rahguvansh Prasad Singh and others who passed away recently.
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News video: Monsoon Session: Lok Sabha MPs pay tribute to former president Pranab Mukherjee and others

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The fourth session of 17th Lok Sabha began on September 14 during the Parliament's monsoon session. This is first Parliament session amid the COVID-19 pandemic. All safety measures have been taken to conduct the session as per guidelines issued by government. The Member of Parliaments (MPs) in Lok...

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Pranab Mukherjee Pranab Mukherjee 13th President of India

Monsoon Session: Rajya Sabha remembers Pranab Mukherjee [Video]

Monsoon Session: Rajya Sabha remembers Pranab Mukherjee

On September 14, Rajya Sabha proceedings begun on the first day of Monsoon Session. The proceedings had begun following the social distancing norms. The members of Rajya Sabha paid tribute to former MP and former president Pranab Mukherjee. Mukherjee passed away on 31 August at the age of 84.

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Mortal remains of Pranab Mukherjee immersed in Ganga at Har ki Pauri [Video]

Mortal remains of Pranab Mukherjee immersed in Ganga at Har ki Pauri

The mortal remains of former President Pranab Mukherjee were immersed in the Ganga at Har ki Pauri late Tuesday evening by his son Abhijit Mukherjee. Before the immersion of the ashes, a ritual was also performed. Noting that many people could not attend the cremation of Pranab Mukherjee because of the Covid-19 situation, his son Abhijit said the family would have considered taking the mortal remains of the former president to West Bengal for the last rites if restrictions were not in place. Mukherjee died at the Army Research and Referral Hospital in Delhi on Aug 31. He had been operated to remove a blood clot in his brain. Mukherjee was the 13th President of India from 2012 to 2017. Watch the full video for more.

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Lok Sabha Lok Sabha Lower house of the Parliament of India

Watch: Amid protests over farm bills, Modi govt raises MSP of six rabi crops [Video]

Watch: Amid protests over farm bills, Modi govt raises MSP of six rabi crops

Amid resentment among farmers over the agri bills passed in Parliament, the Narendra Modi government has made a big outreach to farmers. The Modi government has hiked the minimum price for buying six rabi crops, including wheat, by up to six per cent. The announcement was made by Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar in the Lok Sabha. The announcement comes just a day after massive ruckus was witnessed in the Rajya Sabha over the passage of the contentious bills. Tomar said that the Minimum Support Price of wheat, the biggest crop of rabi season, has been hiked by Rs 50 to Rs 1,975 per quintal. Tomar added that the MSPs of six rabi crops were approved by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The moves comes as opposition parties and farmer groups have threatened to intensify their agitation against the farm bills. Farmer groups have called for an pan India strike as a mark of protest. Reassuring the farmers, who the BJP alleges have been misled by opposition parties, Tomar reiterated the system of MSPs & APMCs will remain. Watch the full video for all the details.

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Jasraj Jasraj Indian classical singer

RIP Pandit Jasraj: Last rites held in Mumbai; Kailash Kher, Udit Narayan attend [Video]

RIP Pandit Jasraj: Last rites held in Mumbai; Kailash Kher, Udit Narayan attend

Last rites of Indian classical singer, Pandit Jasraj were held in Mumbai on Thursday. Family of the legendary singer paid last respect to him in Mumbai's Versova. Kailash Kher, Udit Narayan and Sanjay Leela Bhansali paid their last respect to Pandit Jasraj. The maestro passed away at the age of 90 after a cardiac arrest in New Jersey. Mortal remains of the music legend reached Mumbai on Wednesday afternoon. Pandit Jasraj had been in US since the start of Covid-19 pandemic induced lockdown. Pandit Jasraj was a legend of the Mewati Gharana. He was Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan awardee. Pandit Jasraj's death was condoled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Ram Nath Kovind and several Bollywood celebrities. Pandit Jasraj is survived by his wife Madhura Jasraj, daughter Durga Jasraj, son Shaarang Dev Pandit.

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R.I.P. Pandit Jasraj: People flock to pay respects to the singer in New Jersey [Video]

R.I.P. Pandit Jasraj: People flock to pay respects to the singer in New Jersey

Doyen of Indian classical music Pandit Jasraj is no more. The legendary singer passed away at the age of 90 after a cardiac arrest in New Jersey. Pandit Jasraj, a legend of the Mewati Gharana, was in the US when the coronavirus induced lockdown happened and decided to stay back in that country. People flocked to pay tributes to him at the Hindu Funeral home in New Jersey. Among those who visited was the Consul General of India Randhir Jaiswal, who said that all possible help was being extended to the family to take the mortal remains back to India. Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also paid tribute to the singer and lauded his contribution to Indian classical music. PM Modi tweeted and I quote,’the unfortunate demise of Pandit Jasraj Ji leaves a deep void in the Indian cultural sphere. Not only were his renditions outstanding, he also made a mark as an exceptional mentor to several other vocalists. Condolences to his family and admirers worldwide. Om Shanti.’ Watch this full video for all the details.

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Ajit Jogi Ajit Jogi Indian politician


Lalji Tandon Lalji Tandon Indian politician


Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh State in central India

CM Shivraj inaugurates Indokh barrage project [Video]

CM Shivraj inaugurates Indokh barrage project

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan inaugurated the Indokh barrage project in Indore on September 20. Project has been built at a cost of 79.03 crore. Speaking at the inauguration ceremony CM said, "I live to serve the people of this state. My government is about dedicating itself to the cause of the people. This water now will help in the effective irrigation of farms."

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Farmers of UP, MP optimistic about agriculture bills [Video]

Farmers of UP, MP optimistic about agriculture bills

Farmer of Moradabad and Gorakhpur are optimistic about the agriculture bills. UP framers said these bills will give them new opportunities. In Madhya Pradesh also farmers accepted the reform. Rajya Sabha passed the Farmers' and Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2020 and Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Bill, 2020.

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Watch: Unidentified miscreants vandalise toll plaza on Indore-Ahmedabad Highway [Video]

Watch: Unidentified miscreants vandalise toll plaza on Indore-Ahmedabad Highway

Unidentified miscreants vandalised a toll plaza on Indore-Ahmedabad Highway on the night of September 18. The mishap took place in Betma area in Madhya Pradesh's Indore. A policeman said, "It seems it was done by farmers who were angry over the collection of toll tax."

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No district of West Bengal included in PMGKRA as state did not share data: Sitharaman [Video]

No district of West Bengal included in PMGKRA as state did not share data: Sitharaman

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on September 19 said that West Bengal government did not share data of returning migrant labourers with the Centre and no district of the state could be included as a beneficiary under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Rozgar Abhiyan (PMGKRA). She was answering a query by Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury in Lok Sabha. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi initiated PMGKRA for migrant labourers who came back to their villages during the coronavirus-induced lockdown. This scheme was introduced on June 20 this year and will be effective for 125 days. The minister said 116 districts spread across six states - Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan are benefiting from this scheme. The selection of the districts was made on the basis of the return of at least 25,000 migrant labourers to the concerned districts by May 30. After the launch of PMGKRA, there were demands from Tripura and Chhattisgarh to include more districts but it was not entertained. In the case of West Bengal, there was no data shared by the state government then how could the districts of the state be included in the scheme," said Sitharaman.

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Chhattisgarh Chhattisgarh State in central India

Chhattisgarh villagers lay down pipelines network, connecting water source to resolve water crisis [Video]

Chhattisgarh villagers lay down pipelines network, connecting water source to resolve water crisis

Villagers of Matringa in Surguja district of Chhattisgarh have laid down a network of pipelines, connecting it to a water source a few kilometers away, to resolve water crisis in their area. Village Sarpanch said, "There is acute water problem. It was difficult to fetch water from the water source. We consulted an engineer, villagers dug the ground and we laid down pipeline connecting it to water source." "There are a few water borings here but they are useless as water level is low," added the Sarpanch.

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Watch: Chhattisgarh teacher straps blackboard to bike, takes school to students [Video]

Watch: Chhattisgarh teacher straps blackboard to bike, takes school to students

A teacher in Chhattisgarh adopted a unique method to teach his students during the pandemic. Rudra Rana is teaching students by bringing school at their doorsteps. Many students don’t have access to online classes as schools remain shut amid Covid. The teacher straps a blackboard to his bike and travels to hold ‘Mohalla’ classes. Watch the full video for more details.

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Chetan Chauhan Indian cricketer

UP Dy CM remembers Chetan Chauhan, says 'lost experienced colleague due to COVID-19' [Video]

UP Dy CM remembers Chetan Chauhan, says 'lost experienced colleague due to COVID-19'

Former Indian cricketer Chetan Chauhan passed away on August 16. The 73-year-old Chauhan, who was also a Cabinet Minister in Uttar Pradesh government, was admitted at the Sanjay Gandhi PGI Hospital in Lucknow after testing COVID-19 positive on July 12. He was initially admitted at SGPGI in Lucknow, and later moved to Gurugram's Medanta Hospital. The former cricketer-turned-politician was suffering from kidney ailment. Speaking to ANI, Deputy Chief Minister of UP, Keshav Prasad Maurya said, "The demise of Chetan Chauhan is really sad. I am getting out of words to express my sorrow. I was really shocked after receiving the news of his death. We have lost an experienced colleague of ours due to COVID-19." "He was like my elder brother and a friend," he added.

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