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<strong>Schools</strong> closed amid Taliban threats in <strong>Punjab</strong> province

Schools closed amid Taliban threats in Punjab province

27 Jan 2016

Islamabad: Pakistani authorities yesterday closed all the schools in the country's largest province, Punjab, following an alert over possible militant attacks, according to a government notice.

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<strong>Punjab</strong>, Haryana reel under cold wave

Punjab, Haryana reel under cold wave

05 Feb 2016

Chandigarh: Cold conditions continued in most parts of Punjab and Haryana today with minimum temperatures hovering several notches below normal.

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<strong>Punjab</strong> declares two holidays in primary <strong>schools</strong> in view of cold waves

Punjab declares two holidays in primary schools in view of cold waves

23 Jan 2016

Chandigarh: Primary schools in Punjab will remain closed today and Monday in view of cold wave conditions, the state government said yesterday.

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Maharashtra <strong>government</strong> tables Anti-spitting Bill in Budget Session

Maharashtra government tables Anti-spitting Bill in Budget Session

06 Feb 2016

Mumbai: Concerned over the sharp rise in infectious disease like tuberculosis, Maharashtra government would introduce a bill banning spitting in public places in the upcoming state Legislature Budget Session scheduled next month.

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<strong>Government</strong> imposes minimum import price on 173 steel products

Government imposes minimum import price on 173 steel products

06 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Giving relief to domestic steel producers against cheap in-bound shipments, the government yesterday imposed a minimum import price (MIP) on 173 steel products ranging between USD 341 to USD 752 per tonne.

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J&K political uncertainty has left people in distress: CPI(M)

J&K political uncertainty has left people in distress: CPI(M)

05 Feb 2016

Jammu: As political uncertainty prevailed in Jammu and Kashmir, CPI(M) today said that the state administration had gone into a deep slumber leaving the people in distress.

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Mehbooba Mufti toughens stance on Jammu and Kashmir <strong>government</strong> formation

Mehbooba Mufti toughens stance on Jammu and Kashmir government formation

06 Feb 2016

Jammu: Hardening her stance, PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti made it clear that she will not form the government with BJP in Jammu and Kashmir if the Narendra Modi dispensation does not create a 'conducive atmosphere' by committing confidence building measures (CBMs) for the state.

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Australian Police evacuates Sydney <strong>schools</strong> after receiving bomb threats

Australian Police evacuates Sydney schools after receiving bomb threats

01 Feb 2016

Melbourne: Police evacuated several schools in Sydney after bomb threats were received today across Australia's largest city following an earlier series of threats that turned out to be hoaxes.

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<strong>Government</strong> sanctions financial assistance to help former footballer

Government sanctions financial assistance to help former footballer

05 Feb 2016

New Delhi: The government has sanctioned a financial assistance of Rs two lakh to former footballer Bir Bahadur, who is living in 'indigent condition'.

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74 <strong>schools</strong> shut down as Mumbai chokes in smog

74 schools shut down as Mumbai chokes in smog

30 Jan 2016

Mumbai: A fire at Deonar dumping ground two days ago has led Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to shut down 74 schools run by it for two days, as the smoke from the ground veiled the area causing breathing difficulties.

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