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Tata Housing comes up with unique scheme, 'Wow is Now' for homebuyers

DNA Thursday, 22 October 2020
There is some good news for homebuyers who are planning to purchase their dream homes this year. Tata Housing has come up with a unique scheme, 'Wow is Now' for homebuyers across Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kochi, Delhi-NCR, and Kasauli ahead of the festive season.
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Bengaluru residents laud weekend traffic ban on Church Street [Video]

Bengaluru residents laud weekend traffic ban on Church Street

Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT) banned traffic on Bengaluru's Church Street during weekends, for 5 months from November 7. The decision has been taken under 'Clean Air Street' initiative. Divya, a local said, "It's better and cleaner now." This will next be implemented at Gandhi Bazaar.

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Bengaluru apartments opt for solar panels for sustainable energy needs [Video]

Bengaluru apartments opt for solar panels for sustainable energy needs

Bengaluru apartments are going green with solar panels for energy needs. Residents get several benefits with solar panels. Panels are not only cost effective but easy to install. India is also a founding member of Internationals Solar Alliance. The alliance aims to work towards making solar energy available at affordable cost to all.

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Kochi Kochi Metropolis in Kerala, India

Trade unions stage protest against Centre's new labour laws in Kochi, Bhubaneswar [Video]

Trade unions stage protest against Centre's new labour laws in Kochi, Bhubaneswar

Members of Odisha Nirmana Sramik Federation, All India Central Council of Trade Unions (AICCTU) and All Orissa Petrol and Diesel Pump Workers Union held demonstration as trade unions have called for a nationwide strike against Centre's new labour laws. They held protest in Odisha's Bhubaneswar on November 26. On the other side, bus services are affected and markets are also closed in Kerala's Kochi on November 26. Markets are closed as trade unions have called for a nationwide strike against Centre's new labour and farm laws.

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Kerala beaches reopen [Video]

Kerala beaches reopen

Beaches in Kerala re-opened for public from November 01 after months-long closure due to COVID-19 pandemic. Tourists were seen enjoying on a beach in Kochi. Do's and don'ts have been given to visitors in view of continuous spread of virus.

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'NIA will unearth details of Kerala gold smuggling case': LoP Chennithala [Video]

'NIA will unearth details of Kerala gold smuggling case': LoP Chennithala

National Investigation Agency (NIA) has submitted in the special court, Kochi that agency suspects that the accused have links to Dawood Ibrahim's D-Company. NIA submitted this in its response to the bail petitions of the seven accused in the case. Speaking to ANI about the Kerala gold smuggling case, Leader of Opposition in Kerala Legislative Assembly and former president of Kerala PCC, Ramesh Chennithala said, "It is very shocking that the main culprit in gold smuggling case has connections with Dawood Ibrahim. It is one of the biggest crimes that happened in Kerala." "Unfortunately, state government was supporting the culprits. NIA will unearth details of this crime," he added.

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National Capital Region (India) National Capital Region (India) Region in India

COVID-19: Haryana limits gatherings to 50 people in halls in these six districts

To contain the surge in Covid-19 cases in six NCR districts, Haryana government decided to limit the number of people allowed for social gatherings.
DNA
Watch: Thick layer of toxic foam covers surface of Yamuna river in Delhi [Video]

Watch: Thick layer of toxic foam covers surface of Yamuna river in Delhi

A thick layer of toxic foam was seen floating on the surface of river Yamuna in the national capital. The foam is formed due to the high phosphate content of the water resulting from the excessive release of pollutants in the water body. Dumping of waste also contributes to the forming of toxic foam in the river. The toxic foam poses a health hazard for people living in nearby areas. Meanwhile, the air pollution in the National Capital Region has reduced after rainfall on Sunday evening. The air quality was in the poor category on Monday morning. This comes after air quality on the day after Diwali was the poorest since 2016. Watch the full video for all the details.

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Chances of drizzle, rain in Delhi-NCR today: IMD [Video]

Chances of drizzle, rain in Delhi-NCR today: IMD

There are chances of drizzle and rain in Delhi-NCR on November 15, informed, Dr VK Soni, Head, Environment and Research Centre, IMD while speaking to ANI. He said, "There are chances of drizzle and rain today in Delhi-NCR, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Air quality in Delhi will improve due to wind and rain."

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Mumbai Mumbai Megacity in Maharashtra, India

‘All I know is Kangana Ranaut called Mumbai ‘PoK’: Sanjay Raut on HC ruling [Video]

‘All I know is Kangana Ranaut called Mumbai ‘PoK’: Sanjay Raut on HC ruling

Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that Bombay High Court’s verdict on Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow demolition case was Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) legal matter. He said, “All I know is this actress called Mumbai Police mafia and Mumbai ‘PoK’. Indecent remarks about judges or Courts lead to contempt, is it not defamation when someone makes such remarks about Maharashtra/Mumbai?” Earlier, Bombay HC declared BMC's action of demolishing Kangana's bungalow as illegal. Bench was hearing Kangana's petition challenging the demolition carried out by BMC. Kangana had sought Rs 2 crore in damages from BMC and urged court to declare the action illegal. Watch the full video for more.

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Mumbai: Churches to resume Sunday mass after months of closure due to coronavirus pandemic

Churches in Mumbai are set to resume mass services from Sunday, November 29 with government prescribed guidelines.
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