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Bihar man carries dead son on shoulders, district magistrate orders probe

The Nalanda district magistrate has ordered a probe after it came to light that a man was forced to carry the body of his eight-year-old son on his shoulders on Tuesday there was no hearse available at the time. The man did not wait for the return of the lone hearse which was at Silau. Instead, he preferred to carry the body on his shoulders. The boy allegedly fell unconscious while riding a bicycle. He was admitted to a private clinic and was deferred to Biharsharif Sadar Hospital, where he died during treatment. Src-https://bit.ly/2XbOmZh

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Leonardo DiCaprio’s Instagram post on Chennai’s water crisis brings global attention to the issue

Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio, who is an environmentalist, has shared his concern over the water crisis in India. The actor shared a post by BBC which read, "only rain can save Chennai from this situation" He further showed his apprehension over how deadly it's going to be for the generations to come. Src- https://bit.ly/2LgVL2k

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Are India and the Congress Party the Same Thing? PM Modi targets Congress in Rajya Sabha

Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized Congress for questioning the mandate of the Lok Sabha election. He said, "Some people say the BJP won the election but the nation lost the polls. There can't be a bigger insult to the people of India." He further questioned, “When it is said that nation lost, I would like to ask, did Hindustan lose in Wayanad or Amethi?”Are India and the Congress party the same thing? No, they are not. It is important to respect our electoral process and democracy." Src- https://bit.ly/2JkTy3x

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InnoVen Invests ₹15 crore into Grocery Delivery Startup Milkbasket

Delhi-based grocery delivery startup Milkbasket today announced that it had raised fresh funds worth ₹15 crore from venture debt firm InnoVen Capital, this comes after Milkbasket’s ₹20-crore debt funding deal with Sachin Bansal-led BACQ fell through. Milkbasket has raised close to $26 million in equity funding from Mayfield, Beenext, Kalaari Capital, Unilever Ventures, Lenovo Capital (LCIH), Blume Ventures and few family offices. Founded by Anant Goel, Ashish Goel, Anurag Jain, and Yatish Talvadia, Milkbasket originally started with a daily milk delivery service. Src- https://bit.ly/2LkIi9C

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