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New Delhi ‘train counting’ scam: 2 arrested for running railway employment scam, duping people of ...

DNA India 06 Feb 2023
The employment scam was being run from the New Delhi Railway Station, and several people lost lakhs of rupees. The New Delhi ‘train counting’ scam left as many as 28 people duped of their money, with the accused running an intricate employment scam from the premises of the New Delhi Railway Station.
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February 6, 1983, Forty Years Ago: Assam Violence

Indian Express 06 Feb 2023
Indo-Pak Talks Pakistan President Ziaul Haq indicated that he would not raise the Kashmir issue when he meets Prime Minister Indira Gandhi during the Non-Aligned summit in New Delhi in March ... BJP Scores in Delhi The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won two out of three Metropolitan Council seats in New Delhi.
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Delhi Mayor Election: Amid AAP-BJP row, Delhi Municipal House to meet on February 6 to ...

DNA India 06 Feb 2023
The Delhi Municipal House will meet on Monday, February 6 to finally pick a mayor for the city after two failed attempts. A motion by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal to convene the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) House on that day was accepted by Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena, resulting in the Delhi mayoral election taking place on Monday (Feb.
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Delhi Police Narcotics Cell arrests two drug peddlers, recovers 504 grams charas

Beijing News 06 Feb 2023
New Delhi , February 6 (ANI). Delhi Police Narcotics Cell arrested two drug peddlers and recovered 504 grams of Charas from Shahdara area of the capital on Saturday, police said.
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Indians can now get US visa appointment at American embassies abroad

Beijing News 06 Feb 2023
New Delhi , February 6 (ANI) ... The US Embassy in India took to its Twitter handle to make the announcement ... Embassy or Consulate in your destination ... The US Embassy in New Delhi and Consulates in Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Hyderabad all opened consular operations on Saturday to accommodate applicants who require in-person visa interviews ... (ANI) ....
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Indian Railways to introduce Bharat Gaurav Tourist Train to showcase heritage of Gujarat

Beijing News 06 Feb 2023
New Delhi , February 6 (ANI). The Indian railways is set to introduce a Bharat Gaurav Deluxe AC Tourist Train to showcase the heritage of Gujarat under the Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat programme, the railways official said Sunday. The train on the "Garvi Gujarat" tour will depart from Delhi's Safdarjung station on February 28 ... 1st AC and 2nd AC ... (ANI).
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Parvez Musharraf's Role In Enhancing Indo-Pak Cricket Ties

Cricket Country 06 Feb 2023
New Delhi. Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, the architect of the Kargil War in 1999, loved his cricket ... Musharraf then brought in former career diplomat and ex foreign secretary, Shaharyar Khan, who had served as ambassador in New Delhi, to head the cricket board ... .
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Godrej Properties adds land with sales potential of Rs 27,500 cr

The Times of India 06 Feb 2023
The company has added 15 new projects so far this fiscal with a total estimated saleable area of 23.42 million square feet and total estimated booking value of Rs 27,500 crore. In the third quarter alone, Godrej Properties added 9 new projects in Delhi-NCR, Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and Pune with an expected sales booking of Rs 23,050 crore.
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Governor’s Delhi visit triggers speculations

Deccan Chronicle 06 Feb 2023
Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan left for New Delhi on Sunday and met with Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman ... and post a new Governor for Telangana shortly.
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Oppn To Demonstrate Outside Parliament To Seek JPC Probe Into Adani Issue

MENA FN 06 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - IANS) New Delhi, Feb 6 (IANS) Opposition parties will stage a demonstration on Monday outside the Parliament House to demand a probe by a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) into the ... .
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From The Past Pages Of Dawn: 1973: Fifty Years Ago: ‘Malicious propaganda’

Dawn 06 Feb 2023
LAHORE ...News agencies. [Meanwhile, as reported by news agencies from New Delhi,] UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim today [Feb 5] met with Prime Minister Indira Gandhi … but apparently made no headway in solving the deadlock between India and Pakistan ... .
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How Gautam Adani’s crisis points to the big risk in India’s net zero plan?

Live Mint 06 Feb 2023
Because Adani group is a dominant player in India’s clean energy industries, the pace of investment might slow, said Ashiwni Swain, fellow at New Delhi-based Centre for Policy Research ... At the same time, Power Minister Raj Kumar Singh told reporters in New Delhi on Thursday that ...
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Union Minister slams Shashi Tharoor over his Musharraf remark, says "best describes Cong"

Beijing News 06 Feb 2023
New Delhi , February 6 (ANI). Union Minister Rajeev Chandrashekhar on Sunday hit out at Congress leader Shashi Tharoor after he termed Pervez Musharraf as a 'foe-turned-real force for peace' in his condolence message for the former Pakistan military ruler, saying his post "best describes Cong" (Congress) ... (ANI) ....
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India looks to restore calm as Gautam Adani crisis enters third week

Irish Independent 06 Feb 2023
Indian politicians and regulators stepped in over the weekend to calm frayed nerves over concerns the turmoil surrounding billionaire Gautam Adani’s conglomerate would spill over into the local economy and affect global investor sentiment toward the country ... New Delhi is rushing to limit the blow ... .

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