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20 June, 2018 3:19 PM Rains hit GAIL pipeline work hard

Paddy fields inundated, equipment and machinery submerged in water Heavy rains which inundated paddy fields and low-lying areas in the district have had their toll on GAIL India’s natural gas pipe-laying work. Much of the equipment and machinery, including earth movers, used for the pipeline work is submerged, posing a big challenge to GAIL India authorities 24

20 June, 2018 2:55 AM T.N. won’t brook any delay on Cauvery authority: Stalin

‘SC had rejected Karnataka’s objection’ Opposition leader and DMK working president M.K. Stalin on Tuesday took strong exception to Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy’s suggestion that the constitution of the Cauvery Water Management Authority be discussed in Parliament. He warned that Tamil Nadu would not tolerate any further delay on the constitution 78

19 June, 2018 5:16 PM ‘BJP-PDP alliance set fire to J&K’

The Opposition parties reacted sharply to the BJP’s decision to pull out of the alliance with the Peoples Democratic Party in Jammu and Kashmir, accusing the Union government of running away after pushing the State off the precipice. The Congress, which holds 12 seats in the Assembly, has ruled out stitching together an alliance with other two Kashmiri 46

18 June, 2018 7:47 PM After flak, DMK repairs footpaths

Platforms were damaged while erecting flagpoles for party meeting A day after the DMK drew criticism from residents and commuters for damaging footpaths for hoisting party flags, the partymen repaired pavements in a few areas. DMK MLA J. Anbazhagan posted pictures of his party cadre repairing the footpaths near the Pachaiyappa’s College Metro Rail station 31

18 June, 2018 8:19 AM For Kicking Woman In Chest Over Land Dispute, Telangana Official Arrested

A heated argument ensued between Immadi Gopi and a woman at his home in Telangana's Nizamabad district. When Mr Gopi refused to honour the woman's demands, she assaulted him with her footwear. Hyderabad: Immadi Gopi, a public representative, who was captured on video for kicking a woman in the chest, has been arrested today. Mr Gopi, who is the president 51

15 June, 2018 10:51 AM Donald Trump Approves Tariffs On 50 Billion Dollars Worth Of Chinese Goods

China had previously said it would respond to US tariffs with retaliatory tariffs on USD 50 billion of US products. Washington: US President Donald Trump has approved tariffs worth USD 50 billion on import of goods from China, a move that could escalate trade tensions between the world's two largest economies. A formal announcement is expected to be made by the US Trade 60

14 June, 2018 7:20 PM 105 dead, ₹38 cr. damage to property since rain in May

Since May, rain damage to public structures, such as roads and bridges, have amounted to ₹38 crore and 105 deaths, Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy said on Thursday. There have also been damages to 2,814 houses and death of 606 heads of cattle, he said, adding that over ₹12 crore has been released as compensation for house damages. Commending the officials 37

14 June, 2018 6:33 PM 7 killed in landslips in Kozhikode

National Disaster Response Force begins search for seven missing persons The southwest monsoon on Thursday claimed seven more lives, including three children, and left a trail of destruction in the hilly region of Kattippara at Thamarassery in the district. In the downpour which triggered landslips at around 5 a.m., five houses were washed away at Karinchola 38

14 June, 2018 5:47 PM Niggles within Cong. in Assam, Meghalaya

APCC chief accused of being a dictator Two days after a Congress MLA in Meghalaya threatened to quit the party and join the National People’s Party, a suspended party leader in Assam has accused Assam Pradesh Congress Committee president Ripun Bora of being a ‘dictator’. Partha Pratim Bora, the suspended APCC secretary, on Thursday said Ripun Bora has been running 47

12 June, 2018 4:48 PM AgroStar, IBM arm to aid agri-business

Farmers can aim at better crop output AgroStar, an agritech start-up, said it has collaborated with The Weather Company as it aims to transform the agribusiness for farmers in rural India. It would be using hyperlocal weather forecast data and insights from The Weather Company, an IBM business, to help farmers make informed decisions for better crop output 69