Farmers continued to protest against new farm laws at Delhi-Haryana border on December 04. They served tea to the fellow protesters and prepared food at Singhu border. 'Langar' was served to protesting farmers at the border area. Medical check-ups were also being done there. "It took seven months for the government to listen to our concerns regarding the laws and to see flaws in it," said a protester. 'Delhi Chalo' protest has entered 9th day today. Thousands of farmers are protesting against new agricultural reforms at Delhi borders and called it 'black laws'. Though, talks with government are on. The next round of talk will be held on December 05.
As the population in the Ganderbal district is increasing, people are facing difficulties in organising family functions in their houses. To overcome this situation, JandK UT government is constructing a multipurpose community centre in Manigam town. The community centre has separate halls, washrooms for men and women, changing rooms and kitchen. The govt is spending around Rs 1.82 crores for this project for the benefit of people. Locals appreciated the step taken by the government.
Diego Maradona's ‘Hand of God’ shirt from the notorious Argentina v England1986 World Cup game is on show at the National Football Museum in Manchester.It was loaned to them for exhibitions in 2003 by former England midfielderSteve Hodge, who swapped shirts with Maradona after the quarter-final inMexico City 34 years ago.
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An obese turtle from Manchester is starting a weight management programmeafter gaining extra lockdown pounds. Cammy, a giant green sea turtle, was puton a diet after tipping the scales during a routine weigh-in.
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Students at the University of Manchester have pulled down 'lockdown' fencing placed around their campus. Furious undergraduates awoke to find metal barriers being erected without any prior warning. The university say the fencing was for security reasons, but have since apologised for causing distress to students. Report by Thomasl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn