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Madhya Pradesh: the state govt to allow people to adopt cows

The state government in MP has announced ‘Project Gaushala’ to let people adopt cows. People can now adopt a cow for a minimum of 15 days and can go on supporting it till the animal’s lifetime. As per the media reports, lifetime adoption costs Rs 3 lakh, a yearly adoption will cost Rs 21,000. Those adopting for a month will have to pay Rs 2,100. According to media reports, the NRIs and commoners will be able to donate through a website and mobile app. The website and app will also have information on specific requirements of a gaushala and users will be able to donate either through the cow protection board or to the gaushala directly. Src: https://bit.ly/2kDJdaf

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A BMC official stated that there is no pothole in Mumbai

A senior official of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has claimed that there are no potholes in Mumbai. The statement was issued by the BMC's standing committee chairman, Yashwant Jadhav, who said that he hasn't seen any potholes in the metropolitan. "There is not a single pothole in Mumbai. You show me one single pothole. I don't see potholes," Yashwant Jadhav said. Till now seven people have lost their lives in incidents related to potholes and many more have been injured. Src:https://bit.ly/2lKUPsa

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Indian Army releases a video of a foiled attempt by Pakistan BAT to infiltrate J&K along Keran sector

The Indian Army has released a video of the failed Pakistan Border Action Team (BAT) infiltration bid. The video of the incident from the first week of August recorded the events in Keran sector of J&K days after the government announced its decision to abrogate Article 370. Fresh footage of the incident shows clearly how the BAT taskforce tried to infiltrate into India with the help of the Pakistani Army. Src:https://bit.ly/2kBP5ku

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Odisha: New Motor Vehicle Act decreases demand for petrol and diesel

After the implementation of the new Motor Vehicle Act 2019, in Odisha, the demand for petrol and diesel has decreased as fewer vehicles are being used on roads due to fear of higher fines. Utkal Petroleum Dealers' General Secretary Sanjay Lath, stated, "The implementation of the new Motor Vehicle Act 2019 has led to a decrease in the sale of petrol by 4,08,000 liters per day and the sale of diesel by 12,45,000 liters per day". Lath further said that on petrol, the state is losing revenue of Rs 58 lakh per day and Rs 81 lakh per day on excise duty. While on diesel, the state government is losing out Rs 1,78,00,000 per day and the Central govt is losing out Rs 1,97,00,000 per day. Src: https://bit.ly/2lMxpmf

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