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UP boy threatens to blow up a school like Pulwama if not paid INR 2 lakh

Uttar Pradesh is notorious for the crimes, in one such, a Class 10 student of a school has allegedly threatened to blow up his own school in a "Pulwama-like" attack if he was not paid as much as INR 2 lakh as ransom. The boy had claimed to have planted bombs on the school campus and also in his house as well. The police were informed immediately and it rushed a bomb disposal squad to the school which has more than 400 students. Police officials have currently arrested the boy and lodged a case against him. Src: https://bit.ly/2V6NaEu


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Mother poisons son and chopped his body, throws parts in different parts of town in TN

In Tamil Nadu’s Macabre district, a mother allegedly poisoned her son and chopped his body into pieces. The incident came into light when the victim Vigneswaran’s headless torso and chopped limbs were found. The incident took place because she was frustrated with her son being drunk. The accused said when the victim came home, she served him poison-laced food and died after consuming it. Later, she dumped his body parts in different parts of the town. The police have arrested the accused. Src: https://bit.ly/39XjvBV


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RBI launches MANI app to help visually impaired identify currency notes

Recently the central bank of India, RBI has launched the MANI (Mobile Aided Note Identifier) mobile app to help visually-impaired people identify the denomination of currency notes. As per the media reports, Users can freely download the app, called 'MANI' (Mobile Aided Note Identifier), from Android Playstore or iOS App Store which works in offline mode as well, once it is installed. The app uses a camera to scan the notes and give audio output in Hindi and English. Src: https://bit.ly/2FafNHp

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Indian Railways hikes fare, new rates effective from January 1

The Indian Railways has announced a fare hike across the country, excluding suburban trains, effective from January 1, 2020. As per an order issued by the railways, suburban fares will remain the same but normal non-AC, non-suburban fares have been hiked by 1 paise per km of journey. The railways have also announced a two paise/km hike in fares of mail/express non-AC trains and four paise/km hike in the fairs of AC classes. Premium trains like Shatabdi, Rajdhani and Duronto trains are included in the fare hike. The order included that there won’t be any change in the reservation fee and superfast charge and the hike in fare won’t be applicable to tickets previously booked. Src: https://bit.ly/37rTw4c

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