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20 June, 2018 12:34 PM Villagers object to land acquisition for four-laning of highway

They demand realignment of the road to save their houses, farmlands After the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways issued a notification for acquiring land for four-laning of National Highway 49 from Paramakudi to Dhanushkodi, 137 landowners have objected to takeover of their lands and demanded realignment of the highway. After the Ministry 27

15 June, 2018 5:15 PM Over 3,600 flood-hit people rescued from Tripura, Assam: NDRF

NDRF rescued over 3,600 people from flooded regions of Tripura. In Assam, 235 people were rescued. Over 3,600 people have been rescued from the flood-affected regions of Tripura and Assam, the NDRF said today. Ten teams of the central relief and rescue force, comprising about 450 personnel, have been deployed to tackle the flood situation in Tripura 52

14 June, 2018 4:25 PM NE states: 12 dead in floods, landslides

Floods and landslides induced by torrential rain in the past 48 hours have left 12 people dead and thousands homeless across Assam, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura, disaster management officials in these north-eastern states said on Thursday. While this is the first wave of rain-related disaster in the other States, Tripura experienced pre-monsoon flood 8

25 May, 2018 2:23 AM DGP: no presence of thieves, kidnappers

Do not believe in social media rumours After mob violence targetting homeless and mentally ill people, M. Malakondaiah, Director General of Police, cautioned the public about believing social media rumours and taking the law into their own hands. He said that stories of gangs from the migrant Parthi community kidnapping children were false. “In October 47

2 May, 2018 2:18 AM Earthquake measuring 5.1 hits Taiwan

This is the second major earthquake in Taiwan's Hualien County since February when a 6.4 earthquake killed at least nine and left thousands homeless. An earthquake measuring 5.1 struck Taiwan on Wednesday morning with emergency services in the country's Hualien County being pressed into service almost immediately after. According to USGS, the earthquake 56

27 March, 2018 5:50 AM Spikes at HDFC branch spark social media furore, bank removes it on priority

New Delhi: HDFC Bank’s decision to instal iron spikes outside their Fort branch gate in Mumbai has severely been criticised for being insensitive to homeless and being a threat for pedestrians. Pictures of the HDFC bank spikes went viral after a journalist tweeted some photos, showing the dangerous iron spikes. The bank has released a statement saying 50

14 March, 2018 7:30 PM In order to go back to prison, unarmed felon tries to rob bar to avoid homelessness

A man after spending more than three decades behind bars did not want to be free as he wanted to avoid homelessness. Missouri: It may be difficult to believe but a man after spending more than three decades behind bars did not want to be free. He was in jail for murder and parole violations. He begged the police to put him back inside when he was released 76

3 March, 2018 9:37 AM Man dies in Delhi night shelter fire on Holi

NEW DELHI: A homeless man died in a fire at a night shelter in Delhi's Kashmiri Gate area, a police official said today. The body of the unidentified man, aged about 25, was found in the remains of the burnt tent of the night shelter run by a non-government organisation at Yamuna Bazar, the official said. More than a dozen people were in the night shelter 50

9 February, 2018 3:09 PM 20 Years Ago He Was Homeless In Paris. Now He's A Michelin-Starred Chef

This week Alan Geaam, who began his career as a dishwasher while he was sleeping rough in a Paris park, received his first Michelin star from the French gastronomic bible for his acclaimed new restaurant within a stone's throw of the Arc de Triomphe. Paris: When Lebanese chef Alan Geaam first arrived in Paris two decades ago he found himself sleeping 79

9 February, 2018 8:37 AM Delhi's homeless may be imparted skills to get jobs

NEW DELHI: Hundreds of homeless people staying in government-run night shelters across the capital may soon get jobs if a novel proposal to train and make them employable goes through. The Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB), an agency looking after homeless people in the city, is considering a proposal by an industry lobby to impart skill-based 49