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Gujarat officer says woman cop suspended not for dance but over uniform

Recently a female constable from Mehsana, Gujarat named Arpita Chaudhary(24) was suspended due to shooting a TikTok video inside a police station. After her suspension, it was also revealed that she was suspended for “not wearing the uniform during duty hours”. Also, some of the police officials have defended her by saying that she has every right to be on social media, as a “young police officer”. Src:

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UP could be India's first trillion-dollar state economy: Flipkart CEO Kalyan Krishnamurthy

On Sunday, the CEO of Flipkart, Kalyan Krishnamurthy said that the projects of the Second Ground Breaking Ceremony will help Uttar Pradesh to become first trillion-dollar state economy in India. In addition to this, he added this on the sidelines of the Ground Breaking Ceremony of industrial projects worth around Rs 65,000 crore in the state. Krishnamurthy also said UP CM Yogi Adityanath’s “vision and enabling initiatives will boost investor confidence in the state” as ease of doing business is expected to improve. Src:

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I am only Indian

Jeet ek aisi cheez hai jo khud chal kar tumhare paas nahi aayegi eyes ladkar hasil karna padega. Puri jindagi Marne se achha hai ki ki apne sapne ke liye maro chod do sab sukhchain laado apne sapne ke liye laado apne aap ke liye, laddo mathrubhumi ke liye, lado apni mummy papa ki ijjat ke liye

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Deadly fungal infections in humans could rise due to climate change

While fungal diseases have devastated many animal and plant species, humans and other mammals have mostly been spared. That’s because mammals have strong immune systems that don't allow most fungi to replicate. But climate change may be bringing new fungal threats to human health, a microbiologist warns. Pathogenic versions of the fungus Candida Auris arose independently in Africa, Asia, and South America in 3 years. The versions are from the same species, yet they are genetically distinct, so the spread across continents couldn't have been through human contact. If this assumption is true, C. Auris may become the first example of a new fungal disease emerging from climate change” that poses a risk to humans. Src:


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